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Hage v. U.S.
Forty years of hell thanks to
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The Bundy Saga
Onslaught at Bunkerville
and other travesties.


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Enemies of The State
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A Perfect Storm
George Soros is a happy man.
By Dave Skinner

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PHOTO COURTESY WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM

Endeavor to Persevere
Eight generations ranching in the High Sierra's Shadow.
By Carolyn Dufurrena

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PHOTO COURTESY FULSTONE FAMILY

 

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PHOTO © JESSICA UHALDE


What Are the Odds?
A miracle in Wyoming.
By Jed Hirschi

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PHOTO © RACHEL ROSE

Colors of the Farm
The perils of American agriculture.
By Todd Klassey

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PHOTO © TODD KLASSY

Where Did the Water Go?
Absurd conclusion about the Colorado River.
By Greg Walcher

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PHOTO © RON WOLF/TOM STACK & ASSOC.

Living & Loving the Little Ranch
Even a college degree can't deter these young
Wyoming ranchers. By Rebecca Colnar Mott

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PHOTO COURTESY LITTLE FAMILY

Alone & Forgotten
Abandoned homesteads.
By David Muench

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PHOTO © DAVID MUENCH

Cow Trader
Peddling bull in brush country.
By Hank Vogler

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PHOTO © RANDI BEACH

Letters
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PHOTO VIA INTERNET

Up Front
View from Down Under.
By C.J. Hadley

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PHOTO VIA INTERNET

Help Save the World...
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that grows on trees.


PHOTO © C.J. HADLEY

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A Perfect Storm
George Soros is a happy man. Racial turmoil, economic chaos, civil unrest, pandemic and fear from his perfect storm.
By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. and Dave Skinner (Fall 2020)

Soros the Destroyer
For decades, multibillionaire George Soros has been quietly bringing down world governments. He is now targeting the United States.
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Compassion & Charity
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