Friday, February 10, 2017

Loos Trails and Tales Feb 10, 2017 Kimmi Lewis puts teeth in a bill that if passed ends rogue Federal Agents

Kimmi Lewis may be a freshman in the Colorado House of Representatives but she is wasting no time in sponsoring legislation that protects Coloradan's livelihoods. She joins Loos Trails and Tales today on why keeping the rogue federal agents in check is important

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Rural Route Radio Feb 10, 2017 Phil Lyman San Juan County Utah he is County Commission and shares the culture of evil within federal agencies like FBI and BLM

Dr. James Redd, LaVoy Finicum, Steven Shrader and the list goes on that are currently dead. The common denominator is FBI agent Dan Love who is currently under investigation for corruption. Oh wait he is also the key witness in the Bundy trial. Hollywood has never created a better drama than this sad true story from the West.

Please take the time to listen to this 48 minute broadcast about the horrors the federal agencies are bringing down on every day working class citizens of our nation.

Link below.
Reposted from The Free Range Report

GARRYOWEN, MT Following a fourth suicide subsequent to bullying and harassment by Bureau of Land Management law enforcement agents, Christopher Kortlander, the Founding Director of the Custer Battlefield Museum in Garryowen, MT, is speaking out.  Kortlander, himself the victim of two unwarranted Bureau of Land Management raids, says the intimidation and threats by teams of heavily-armed BLM law enforcement agents must end.
Link to entire press release

Tuesday, February 07, 2017

Trent Loos – Ricketts fighting for Nebraska farm families
To keep agriculture strong, Nebraska has to become more competitive in the area of property taxes. Anyone living along the Kansas, South Dakota or Wyoming border can tell you how much higher their property taxes are in Nebraska than they are in bordering states.
If we’re going to make progress to address high property taxes, we need structural reform. This plan represents structural reform and is the next key step in addressing high ag land valuations which contributed to our current high property tax situation.
As a businessman, Governor Ricketts understands the importance of growing agriculture in our state. Working together, we can ensure that agriculture continues to grow, so Nebraska can continue to grow.
Nebraska families are suffering because of the high tax rates in our state, and LB338 sends a clear message to current and future generations of Nebraskan’s that out state government understands and working towards a solution.
I urge Nebraskans to write, call, and email their senators. If you want them to pass tax reform this year, you need to step up and take action.
Trent Loos
Loup City, NE

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