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Hage v. United States


Miracles in the Hage Case (Fall 2018)
The Ultimate Land Clearance
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Riding Into the Sunset (Summer 2018)
Has the Fat Lady Sung? (Summer 2018)
Spindled & Mutilated (Spring 2016)
Looking for Madison (Fall 2015)
Federal Misconduct Corralled by Federal Judge
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Supreme Court Denies Hage Takings Petition
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EYE OF THE STORM (Winter 2013)
Justice for Hage Family (Fall 2012)
Storming the Beaches of the Toiyabe (Fall 2012)
Our Federal Landlord (Winter 2012)
Victory at Pine Creek (Fall 2008)
David & Goliath (Summer 2001)


Bundy Fiasco (Spring 2018)
Bundy's Faith (Spring 2018)
In Search of Atticus Finch (Spring 2018)
BLM Hit Man (Fall 2017)
Matron Saint: Jeanette Finicum (Summer 2017)
Ammon Bundy's Slam Dunk (Spring 2017)

A Dead Bill of Rights? (Summer 2016)
Bundy Scares the Feds
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The Professionals
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Spindled and Mutilated (Spring 2016)
Looking for Madison (Fall 2015)
THE GRASS MARCH (Summer 2015)
Government Tyranny (Summer 2014)
The United EPA of America (Summer 2014)

Our Federal Landlord (Winter 2012)

Enemies of the State
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Euphoria (Fall 2018)
Miracles (Fall 2018)
Buckaroo Stew (Fall 2016)
Dwight, Steve and Susie (Spring 2016)
Spindled and mutilated (Spring 2016)

Looking for Madison (Fall 2015)
Government Tyranny (Summer 2014)

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Shades of Fred & Ginger
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Federal Cops
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Managing Danger
Enough is enough!
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Zinke and the Russian Dolls
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Waiting For Next Time
North Dakota resists “The Resistance.”
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In Search of Atticus Finch
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Bundy Fiasco
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