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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Claire on the job