Current Legislation

Supreme Court Moves to Overturn Conviction of Joe Robertson, Fined and Jailed for Digging Ponds on his Rural Montana Property

Justice is finally served in Montana. (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that the Supreme Court of the United States has overturned a lower court decision affirming the conviction of Joseph Robertson, a 78-year-old veteran now deceased who was sentenced to prison for digging ditches on his rural Montana property to protect the area […]

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Are you sick of what is happening in California? Over-regulation, closing roads and public lands? Join our protest!

California protest on over-regulation, road closures and the suction dredge prohibition: Walk A Mile In Our Shoes……. Please SHARE this post. For a few months now we have been discussing holding and coordinating a significant peaceful protest in California (state capital) over the destructive over-regulation of not just suction dredging for small-scale miners, but road […]

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Bohmker v Oregon – Everything you need to know

Miners, this is a very, very important post.  The Bohmker case in Oregon has extreme potential and ramifications if it gets to the Supreme Court.  We highly encourage you to read this article (link below) written by the GPAA explaining everything you need to know about it.   For the complete article, click Bohmker V […]

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Bend Oregon: get ready to be blocked, or charged to use public lands

Whatever else the restricted entry to wilderness accomplishes, access seems certain to be less equitable. And if the public can’t go and experience wilderness, the public won’t be as supportive of efforts to preserve it. For the complete article in the Bend Bulletin, click the link below Editorial, USFS underwhelming wilderness plans  

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Turbidity by suction dredges? Look at this….hypocrisy

So Idaho Conservation League, the USFS, the EPA and many others claim a tiny little plume from a tiny little suction dredge creates so much turbidity that it harms fish. These pictures were taken yesterday on the same river (South Fork Clearwater in Idaho) they claim are damaged by plumes from dredging.  Let that sink […]

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Sheesh, we just posted about the EPA yesterday…..now this

Isn’t the Environmental Protection Agency supposed to be above reproach? If I’m to understand correctly, it’s not just a bloiated hive of bureaucrats soaking up public salaries. To hear liberals tell it, it’s supposedly the first line of defense for Americans who rely on it for clean air and clean water, depending on the agency […]

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The EPA…..again.

A judge who previously banned a charter school from using the Bible and who acquitted the sniper who killed three people at Ruby Ridge in 1992 has agreed to allow the Environmental Protection Agency essentially to take a half-acre of private land from an Idaho couple. Chantell and Michael Sackett won a ruling at the U.S. Supreme […]

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New Videos about to be released!

New videos: Tomorrow we begin editing several new videos after months of filming. We shot a video with our buddy Dave Varabioff from Gold Bay who owns the Colorado mine in the south motherlode and found some pretty amazing gold metal detecting his contact zone in his mine. The second video is one we’ve been […]

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New addition to our website….Facebook posts!

We post far more on our Facebook page than we do on the website because of traffic to the page.  We’ve added a simple tab at the top of our page where all the articles we post on there can be accessed from our website now as well.  Just click on our Facebook feed on […]

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Trump administration sues CA over water plan

  Turning the tables on California, the Trump administration sued Thursday to block the state’s ambitious plan to reallocate billions of gallons of river water to salmon and other struggling fish species. The lawsuit by the U.S. Department of Interior injects the Trump administration into one of the biggest California water controversies in years — […]

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