New Mexico Plans Criminal Charges Against Feds for Stealing Land
After the US Forest Service refused even to discuss the possibility of compromise over the issue of allowing cattle access to water in drought-stricken New Mexico, officials from Otero County are considering bringing criminal charges or civil litigation against the federal government.
Read Up About ( The Council on Foreign Relations ).
And who the members are!
And what they control!
This is from a 2007 article.
Is this not a GROUNDWORK, and ( PLAN ) to destroy America?
KNOW YOUR ENEMIES!
LTC David M. D.
The R.U.A. Militia / R.U.A.M. News
This article was Published on Wednesday, August 15, 2007.
If the IRS targeting scandal has taught Americans one thing, it’s that the government, now overrun with progressives, fears views that differ from their own, and if a person expresses those views, they need to be silenced.
A petition to impeach President Obama has garnered tens of thousands of signatures as the grassroots movement to remove him from office gains momentum.
BREAKING: Issa Subpoenas Eric Holder for IRS Documents
We have seen nothing but lies from the Obama White House regarding the IRS targeting of conservative groups. This use of tax agents of pursue political ends is reprehensible, and those responsible have attempted to evade the consequences of their actions.
We have already seen Lois Lerner’s refusal to testify before a House Committee, leading to her being found in contempt of Congress. Now, agents in the DOJ are refusing to cooperate with Rep. Darrell Issa’s investigation.
Which Senator has passed the Most Laws?
A not-so-shocking fact of lawmaking is that you are expected to make laws. So, which lawmaker can boast that he or she has been behind the passage of more laws in Congress than any colleagues?
Out of the current class of senators, the honor of Most Laws Passed goes to Sen. Orrin Hatch, according to data from the Library of Congress. Hatch has sponsored or cosponsored 742 bills that eventually became law. For comparison’s sake, the median senator, David Vitter, has seen 78 of the bills he sponsored or cosponsored enacted.
Hatch has served in the Senate for 37 years. He’s supported bills as diverse as a resolution to posthumously restore citizenship rights to Jefferson Davis (enacted by Jimmy Carter in 1978), to the Songwriter Equity Act, which would allow songwriters to be paid the “fair market value” of their work (Hatch himself has dabbled in songwriting). “I’ve always found that to be a successful legislator you need to fight for what you believe in and never give up trying to do the right thing,” Hatch said in a statement to National Journal. “I look forward to continuing to work with my colleagues to support legislation that is in the best interest of Utah and our country.”