Wednesday, May 05, 2021

Is the silver lining in the current COVID storm our kids are learning resilience?

 


Rapid City Now May 5, 2021 with Mike Fell. Like a team of draft horses Mike and Trent head down the path of greater awareness to a better future as American citizens.

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My view at daybreak May 5, 2021

Dakota Trails and Tales May 5, 2021 Sid Miller Texas Commissioner of Agriculture files class action lawsuit against the USDA for discrimination lawsuit against white farmers

 

The way to end discrimination is to stop discriminating against folks. Sid Miller covers white farmers discrimination, energy and 30 x 30 land grab.

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"Faith must step into the knowing" ARISE USA The Resurrection Tour co-visionary Sacha Stone

 


 Loos Tales Special Report May 5, 2021 How long will you Stand Back instead of Stand Up for Liberty? Sacha Stone doesn't mince words on the importance of this ARISE USA Tour taking place in all 50 states in 111 days. Details at LoosTales.BlogSpot.com

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Tuesday, May 04, 2021

Look the USPS could NOT even deliver the right picture of Cowboy Bill Pickett


Across the Pond May 4, 2021 Cowboy Bill Pickett invented "Bulldogging" but do you know why it was so named? 

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Rural Route Radio May 4, 2021 Jay Truitt is back and we say "what if the election is ruled fraudulent, what happens then?"

 

We do finally get Andrew Henderson and we have a great discussion all things top of mind as it relates to preserving the Representative Republic. You as serious as it is, truly so many aspects are comical. Which by the way does nothing to assistance our USA image around the globe.

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Monday, May 03, 2021

ARISE USA The Resurrection Tour. Thank you to those who sent checks and yes we need your assistance too

 


Yes I do need your assistance in pulling off this monumental task for the future of the Representative Republic. 

If you can send a check we expect this entire endeavor to cost $2 million. Every $100 check make a huge difference. 

Make Check payable to Trent Loos,  and place in memo Arise USA

Send to 
Loos Tales
P.O. Box 545
Loup City, NE  68853

ARISE USA The Resurrection Tour

 

ARISE USA The Resurrection Tour is an educational non-profit tour seeking to unite all Americans regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability. It is a national conversation and civics dialog tour, a modern variation of what was once called a Chautauqua adult education and social movement with assemblies in 84 locations across the United States.

 

Our objective is to restore civil conversation as the primary foundation for democracy, rooted in an engaged, informed citizenry that exercises individual, county, and state sovereignty in the face of globalist, Luciferian forces that seek to undermine American culture, the American economy, the American family, and American society, particularly rural communities centered on small, family-run farms and businesses.

 

We are proud to have organized a range of over 90 speakers who will be spread across the 84 stops to combine with local speakers in creating the largest local to national town hall dialog ever. This is being called the tour of the century. While focusing on America First, the tour, seeks to bring together the populist left, the populist right, the Independents and the Libertarians, to unite the 99% against the corrupt institutions that no longer represent We the People. From school boards to county boards of supervisors, the revolution -- the triumph of good over evil -- will be found in Constitutional Counties that commit to faith, family, and freedom.

 

The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, led by Sheriff Richard Mack, and the Patriot Streetfighters, led by Scott McKay, will join Robert Steele, Trent Loos, Kevin Jenkins, Leigh Dundas, and others to engage in what could be the longest running (111 days) civics class in modern history. Our ultimate objective is the restoration of integrity to all institutions: local, state, and national.







Do not throw your pearls before pigs, or they will trample them under their feet

 


Dakota Trails and Tales May 3, 2021 Marty on Monday with a thought on the concept behind "Bible Thumpers". In addition he sheds light on how many will actually follow through with comments of "take me guns from my cold dead hands."

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Southwest Colorado Livestock Assoc will not Biden 30 X 30 Land Grab happen

 

Loos Tales Special Report May 3, 2021 Drew Gordanier representing the Southwest Colorado Livestock Assoc brings the real story behind fighting the Federal Land Grab called 30 X 30 in the 4 Corner of the USA.

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Rural Route Radio May 3, 2021 Hank Vogler lost 3 more H2A workers is in the heart of lambing, facing a BLM fine and is in drought, everything peachy.

 


Never a dull moment in the world of food and fiber production. Hank has things really mounting up and it all stems from the loss of control of his own property. The government is here, and it is not to help us.

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Friday, April 30, 2021

Loos Tales for April 30, 2021 Former U.S. Marshall John Bolin with a straight up scary development in the world of animals rights.

 


The animal rights groups are now employing individuals to conduct Law Enforcement trainings with folks that at one time the FBI considered to be the largest threat as domestic terrorist. We need full awareness of this issue by animal owners.

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Scotland things the U.S. wolf turn in Yellowstone was a good thing? WRONG

 


Across the Pond April 30, 2021 On this day in 1803 Monroe agreed to purchase of Louisiana Territory for $15 million. Funny thing Jefferson authorized $10 million, how do you think that conversation went?

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Why are you a vegan? I don't issue with the choice I want to know why you made it

 

Rural Route Radio April 30, 2021 Diane Sullivan brings along a fellow warrior in the fight to provide an adequate food supply to all Americans. Tamika Moore is doing great work for youth in her community but our discussion about animal care is the beginning of a beautiful relationship.

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Thursday, April 29, 2021

Sheriff Mack with the duty, to protect citizens life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness

 


Loos Tales Special Report April 28, 2021 Sheriff Richard Mack joins to discuss what it really means to be elected County Sheriff, to protect the citizens of the County. He has taken on the Federal Government and won, what all County Sheriffs need to understand.

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Will the Liberals literally unravel as the Maricopa County results unfold?

 


Across the Pond April 29, 2021 it was the day in 1863 that "Fake News" was truly born, yet it continues to be a driving force in persuading folks to a bias decision.

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Rural Route Radio April 29, 2021 Do you think banning DNA or H2O is a good idea? Brandon McFadden on consumer perceptions what drives them?

 

Jenny Schweigert brings along Economist from the University of Delaware Brandon McFadden as we talk about what leads to consumer polling and perceptions. The concept of marketing non-GMO labeling, should we fight that? 

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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

There is not one good "Conservation Easement" property rights erode

 


Loos Tales Special Report April 28, 2021 Margaret Byfield from American Stewards of Liberty clearly walks through the slow death of property rights with a conservation easement.

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Rapid City Now on KOTA with Mike Fell and "We are on the clock"

 

Mike has the ability to tie a NFL story into the challenges of property rights. Trent does not want any part of the NFL in his life.

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Rural Route Radio April 28, 2021 JC Cole plants a seed, are the powers at be trying to manage the herd in a downsizing? Not talking animals.

 

If you truly take a step back and look at the big picture one must ask the question what is really going on? Why the infrastructure of energy production being attacked? The business of food production is reliant on energy so what should we do?

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Monday, April 26, 2021

ARISE USA "The Resurrection Tour" Constitutional Counties, Faith, Family, Freedom coming to YOU

 The 1% can no longer control the lives of the 99%. We will Save the Republic



Defining the goals of the ARISE USA Tour 2021


ARISE USA The Resurrection Tour is an educational non-profit tour seeking to unite all Americans regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability -- it is a national conversation and civics dialog tour, a modern variation of what was once called a Chautauqua adult education and social movement with assemblies in 84 places across 50 states.

Our objective is to restore civil conversation as the primary foundation for democracy rooted in an engaged informed citizenry that exercises individual, county, and state sovereignty in the face of globalist, Luciferian forces seeking to undermine American culture, the American economy, the American family, and American society including particularly rural communities centered on small family-run farms and small family-run businesses.

We are proud to have organized a range of over 90 speakers who will be spread across the 84 stops and combine with local speakers to create the largest local to national town hall dialog ever created. This is being called the tour of the century. While focusing on America First, the tour, in seeking to bring together the populist left with the populist right with the Independents and Libertarians, seeks to unite the 99% against the corrupt institutions that no longer represent We the People. From school boards to country boards of supervisors, the revolution -- the triumph of good over evil -- will be found in Constitutional Counties that commit to faith, family, and freedom.

The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association led by Sheriff  Richard Mack and the Patriot Streetfighters led by Scott McKay, will join Robert Steele, Trent Loos, Kevin Jenkins, Leigh Dundas, and over 90 others to engage in what could be the longest running (111 days) civics class in modern history.   Our ultimate objective is the restoration of integrity to all of our institutions, local, state, and national.

Interviews and conversation to further explain the mission.

This Loos Tales explains the basics but folks we are hitting the road for 110 days, 84 stops and we are empowering people to take the country back. 

I do need your help though. If you care to donate to the cause I would certainly appreciate it.

Please send your check to address below and make payable  to Trent Loos with Arise USA in memo

Loos Tales
P.O. Box 545
Loup City, NE 68853

Here is a glimpse of the map. We will not be in the heart of any of these cities and if you have ideas on the best place to visit please send me an email directly at TrentLoos@gmail.com

Thank you
Trent\

More to come soon


The overall impact of farm owners providing wildlife habitat.

Loos Tales April 26, 2021 The community of Pierce, NE was on full display in the best kind of way Sat night at FFA Banquet.

 


If nothing else we have learned in the past 12 months that community matters most. This young leaders in the Pierce FFA share how important it truly is. 

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Rural Route Radio April 26, 2021 Hank Vogler has been a canary in a Coal mine most of his life, now the rest of US gets to experience the fun

 


Hank has another meeting on permitting his property this week on Wednesday. The question of the day is how long will folks be willing to tolerate illegal activity in the name of the government? Southern Nevada Water Authority CANNOT legally own livestock, or hold a USFS grazing permit, YET they do.

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Today is significate in Nazi Germany history, do you know why?

 


Across the Pond April 26, 2021 funny how a guy in the UK and myself in the USA almost daily come up with the same story as being significate to our future. Today is all about control of food, as did Nazi Germany with Hitler.

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Friday, April 23, 2021

Texas will again experience power outage this summer, solar/wind is unsustainable

 


Across the Pond April 23, 2021 After we get the issue of St. George Day, we get the real concern of unreliable natural of our current energy supply.

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We don't need the Federal Government taking Land in the name of 30 X 30

 


Senator Joni Ernst do not mince her words explaining the Federal Government has no business taking American citizens land. If you don't support me in my campaign will you come for my land?

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Rural Route Radio April 23, 2021 John Bolin retired U.S. Marshall shares deep insight into the undercover animal rights agenda coming for you

 


John Bolin has personal experience as an "investigator" for an animal rights organization. Today they are "educating" local law enforcement on how to deal with animal abusers, do you know what that means exactly?

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Our electric grid is not stable and the horse is bucking

 


Loos Tales Special Report April 22, 2021 Mike Nasi shares with us the concern about stability of power when coal and natural gas are not enough if the supply.

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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Rural Route Radio April 22, 2021 Where water flows food grows, folks that is not just a marketing campaign its essential to life.

 Anjanette Shadley and Jenny Schweigert we go beyond the irrigation cannels of California to discuss real world education about food program and the cycle of life.

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Gov. Ricketts & Fellow Governors Stand Up to President Biden’s Radical 30 x 30 Plan

 For Immediate Release:

4:55PM CT on April 21, 2021

 

Media Contacts:  

Taylor Gage, 402-471-1970

Justin Pinkerman, 402-471-1967

 

Media Release:

Gov. Ricketts & Fellow Governors Stand Up to President Biden’s Radical 30 x 30 Plan

 

LINCOLN – This week, Governor Pete Ricketts and 14 other Governors submitted a joint letter to President Biden regarding his executive order on the climate issued January 27, 2021.  The President’s executive order set a goal of restricting “at least 30 percent of our lands and waters by 2030” (30 x 30).  Currently, about 97% of land in Nebraska is privately owned.

 

In their letter, the Governors reminded the Biden-Harris Administration that it lacks the authority to pursue the President’s 30 x 30 goal.  “[We] are not aware of any constitutional or statutory authority for the President, the U.S. Department of the Interior, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, or any other federal agency to set aside and permanently conserve 30 percent of all land and water in the United States,” they wrote.  “Nowhere in the laws of our nation is the authority delegated by Congress to the President or executive agencies to unilaterally change the policies governing land use in America.”

 

The Governors warned that pursuing the President’s 30 x 30 plan would violate property rights and hurt the economy.  “Obtaining the 30 percent goal from state or private lands would require your Administration to condemn or otherwise severely limit the current productive uses of such lands, infringing on the private property rights of our citizens and significantly harming our economies.”

 

The Governors also called on President Biden to be transparent about how he intends to achieve his goal.  “Two months have passed since the announcement of the new program and neither the states nor the American people have been provided with any information regarding the meaning, objectives, or implementation of the 30 x 30 program including the fundamental question of what lands will be vulnerable for increased restrictions or condemnation.”  In their letter, the Governors submitted specific questions for the President to answer to provide greater clarity about the 30 x 30 program.

 

Collectively, the Governors asserted the duty and prerogative of states to manage their own lands and waters for the well-being of their citizens—free from federal interference.  “It is...our responsibility to ensure that certain federal lands, and all state lands, are being productively used by our citizens to provide the food, fiber, energy and minerals our nation needs for a robust economy and our national defense.  It is precisely because we depend on our lands to be available for future generations to enjoy and use [that], without greater input into this initiative, we must resist implementation of the 30 x 30 program.”

 

You can read the full text of the Governors’ letter to President Biden by clicking here.

 

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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Loos Tales April 21, 2021 Hill City lumber mill shuts down and Ben Wudkte has details on Federal Government involvement from 30 X 30 meeting

 



Yet another great community meeting this time at the Elks Theatre is Rapid City, SD. Ben brings us up to speed on the latest issues affecting the lumber business in the United States.

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Rural Route Radio April 21, 2021 J.C. Cole we spends billions on our military and don't protect the infrastructure of food. Time to STAND my friends

 


We send our troops around the world to protect our borders and rid human oppression, yet we don't protect the nations food supply. Throughout the course of mankind it is lack of food that is the number one killer.

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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

So is Frank the answer or local control?

 



Across the Pond April 20, 2021 Andrew has high hopes for the launch of Frank, Trent thinks it might be a distraction. The answer is still in your community.

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Loos Tales April 20, 2021 We rely on two things for national security, food production and the military. The Rouns family has generation of both.

 


Harley Rouns shares his family history of generations in the U.S. military and ranching in Montana. This is the backbone of our great nation right here.


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Rural Route Radio April 20, 2021 Jay Truitt is back and we really emphasize the importance for folks to get activity, get loud locally

 


Another great meeting last night in Lewistown, MT sharing the real story behind the Land Grab 30 X 30. The answer to all of our problems resides with local elected officials fighting the County citizens against the Federal Government.

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Monday, April 19, 2021

THANK YOU, for what? We don't know but Andrew Henderson is on fire today

 


Across the Pond April 19, 2021 Andrew Henderson has certainly done his homework today and clearly sees the evil in the path of convincing people the COVID situation is not what we are told.

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Rural Route Radio April 19, 2021 Hank Vogler what do you expect when 1 in 5 people in the workforce are government employees

 


So how exactly do you enact change with more and more people who are employed by the government. It appears the White House is going to great lengths to cover up the real employment statistics today.

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Friday, April 16, 2021

Rural Route Radio April 16, 2021 Dr. Ted Fogarty list about 6 reasons the the medical field is racketeering for profit over human health

 


Coming to us from the Tulsa Health Freedom Conference Dr. Ted Fogarty gives us the true lay of the land on basics interventions that would improve human health with Doctor/Client that are being hidden for control reasons. Dr. Fauci is a War Criminal. 

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Loos Tales April 16, 2021 Albert Rutledge assures me it is rumor he is not 97, for two more weeks anyway. I can't get enough of this guy from Oklahoma

 


Albert Rutledge is one of 8 brothers born BEFORE the Dirty Thirties in Woodward, OK. I wish all Americans would just sit and listen to folks like Al who have life experiences we can't read in history books. He road the train to the Chicago International with cattle for 10 years.

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Dakota Trails and Tales April 16, 2021 Greg Harder joins as we discuss the youth aspect from the Owosso FFA Chapter in Oklahoma.

 

Greg Harder and I are in Oklahoma for the Payne County 30 X 30 informational meeting. Although any time one gets the chance to visit the local FFA Chapter I recommend the visit for great inspiration. 

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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

CNN starts sinking the same day the Titanic goes down in 1912


 Across the Pond April 14, 2021 Andrew Henderson clearly sees the parrellel between the fake news of 1912 and today. Plus it appears CNN could be sinking now.

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A local corporation can implement National Heritage Area and tell you how to use property

 

Loos Tales Special Report April 14, 2021 Rae Grulkowski from Great Falls, MT accidentally attended a meeting nearly 2 years ago and learned the dangers of NHA.

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Are you serious about preparing for life with no electricity or just talking about it?

Rural Route Radio April 14, 2021 J.C. Cole live in Latvia for 18 years, he not only theorizes what one needs to do to prepare for where we are headed, HE LIVED IT.

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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

The global record for shearing sheep is 535 in one day, Colin Bosher did in 1964

 


Across the Pond April 13, 2021 Are you being shorn like a sheep today? Folks wake up and smell the coffee, or drink a beer hanging upside down from the rafters.

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Full on communism happening as we speak in Canada, Wayne Peters with details

 


Loos Tales Special Report April 13, 2021 When the police build a fence to keep people from going to church, "Houston we have a problem."

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Rural Route Radio April 13, 2021 The new green deal, is it a green deal at all? Where does food come from in this deal? Kip Tom joins with insight

 

On this Across the Pond version of Rural Route Radio Kip Tom Ambassador to United Nations World Food Programme joins to discuss the real challenges in politics and how it impacts feeding people.

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Monday, April 12, 2021

Dakota Trails and Tales April 12, 2021 Prayer Warriors for Marty Beard come through and he is healing in HBOT

 

Marty Beard is on the mend after yet another horse wreck. We combine the history of horse wrecks with the loss of property rights and where we are today.

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Rural Route Radio April 12, 2021 Hank Vogler brings to light the greatest irony on earth. We are welcoming illegals in left and right yet still cracking down on illegal farm workers

 Just in case you thought the world was just as crazy as it could get, we bring you today the greatest bit of hypocrisy you could ever image. The 30/30 and National Heritage Area designation are top of mine today.

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Image being 8 miles from your family and not seeing them for a year, happening now

 

Loos Tales Special Report April 11, 2021 A group of citizens in Ontario are standing up to tyranny. Chrissy Wozniak joins us from a protest on the border between Ontario and Buffalo, NY. These individuals have had a belly full of controlling the people not the virus.

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Friday, April 09, 2021

Rural Route Radio April 9, 2021 Unbelievable, one passionate Anti-Hunger advocate in Boston introduced to pig farmers over a radio discussion

 

Diane Sullivan is always seeking solutions and youth leadership opportunities. Today she brings along Iowa pig farmer Dwight Mogler along and shares what she experienced when she visited his farm in NW Iowa. Truly the start of the Rural/Urban interface we need much more of. 

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Loos Tales for April 9, 2021 Norman Kincaid is touring NE/KS empowering folks to preserve property rights, but pause a moment to pay tribute to a Champion Kimmi Lewis


With word of an imposing National Heritage Area designation in South Central Nebraska and North Central Kansas Norman Kincaid is sharing his experiences in fighting the same in SE Colorado. With today we pay tribute to his mentor and true champion for property rights the late Kimmi Lewis.



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Thursday, April 08, 2021

Rural Route Radio April 8, 2021 Sara Broers brings awareness to great destinations in the Midwest Travel Association or is it The Great Plains?

 

After a brief discussion about the lingering fears of COVID we really get into the great places to visit. So many times by the way they are right in your backyard yet we feel only cool places are those we have to travel too.

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Is the silver lining in the current COVID storm our kids are learning resilience?

  Rapid City Now May 5, 2021 with Mike Fell. Like a team of draft horses Mike and Trent head down the path of greater awareness to a better ...