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They called a Tree Hugger protest rally and no one showed up

Two or three dozen environmentalists railing against the return of Constitutional Principles, does not a protest make.

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Last nights Protest against President Trump’s order to review the creation of several new national monuments,  was an object flop.

Most of us tire of the overbearing Left and their desire to Protect us from ourselves. They would rather give private property to the Government and close Public Property off from all  in the name of protecting Nature from Humans. Sometimes Government is not the solution.

These nuts  have quite possibly run their course. I can only hope that recent Federal land grabs are reversed and Government funding for these lunatic fringes of the Left end Now.

The tide has turned.

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4 Responses to They called a Tree Hugger protest rally and no one showed up

  1. Mark Clemons May 10, 2017 at 7:43 am

    I don’t want to see global corporations who avoid paying US taxes have a green light to exploit the Mojave. That said when I read trumps plan to review I applauded the move. I remember going out east in the spring rock hunting with my rock hound grandfather and my flower loving grandmother, We would just go out east and find a way to the back country and camp. Something the federal asses now deprive me and my grandkids from doing.

    Its my humble opinion the Federal land grab needs to not only stop but needs to be reversed.

    Little off subject but had a park employee show me a photo of a gentlemen then ask if I knew him, she was trying to identify him as he was charging visitors $15 dollars a night to camp on HIS property [direct competition with the park]. My hair stood on end when I inquired what business was it of the federal government / park. Get this the reply was he should have insurance. WTF they should have been looking so as to include him on their publications incase a visitor made a long trek and the park was full. only then should the question of insurance came up, and I question that need.

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    • Dan OBrien May 13, 2017 at 6:43 am

      I agree with all your points. Kinda a scary…. 🙂

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  2. Branson Hunter
    Branson Hunter May 13, 2017 at 12:42 pm

    Dan, all Americans are the ‘public’ in public lands. Our shared outdoor heritage should be protected for future generations, not exploited. There are two sides to this issue. No need for either side to trash or bayonet the other. Both sides need space.

    What is scary is when the exploration begins on public lands such as mining, logging, quarrying, construction projects, developed, drilling for gas and oil exploitation, open pit exploitation, transfer of these lands to private ownership, off-road use, etc.

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    • Dan OBrien May 13, 2017 at 3:23 pm

      Well thanks for sharing that……… Branson.

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