Barbara H. Peterson on February 1st, 2016

Shawna Cox relays her first-hand experience in the middle of an ambush by law enforcement while on her way to a meeting in John Day, Oregon with LaVoy Finicum.

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Barbara H. Peterson on January 28th, 2016

The lands that the government collects are called “public lands.” The BLM is charged with managing “public lands,” and routinely leases and sells mineral rights on the very same lands that it is supposed to manage and protect.

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Barbara H. Peterson on January 6th, 2016

As you can clearly see by reading the Seventh Amendment all matters pertaining to living people and their property must be addressed to Common Law Courts. How then, are the Hammonds being addressed by federal admiralty courts?

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Barbara H. Peterson on May 9th, 2015

Under HB 3212 Jackson County could be allowed to waive the GMO ban if individual GMO growers claimed the ban had reduced the value of their property, or the county could face potentially millions of dollars in compensation claims.

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