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FRONT PAGE  |  9/25/2017
WEDNESDAY, JUN 18, 2014  |  11 comments
Feds Put Protection of Mice and Chickens Above Rights of Ranchers

It’s official: The federal government places the protection of mice and chickens above adhering to the constitutional rights of ranchers and the survival of their herds.

As anticipated by The New American in an earlier story on the subject, the U.S. Department of Interior and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have listed the lesser prairie chicken (shown) as a threatened species and placed the meadow jumping mouse on the endangered species list, protecting the alleged habitat of both animals from intrusion by people.

What effect will this have on the ranchers in southern New Mexico — ranchers already under assault from nature in the form of a two-year-long drought? The Associated Press reported, "Regional officials with the U.S. Forest Service have acknowledged they will have to put up fences or take other action to protect water sources for the mouse. Ranchers say that could force them to abandon ...


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News Item6/19/14 3:03 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
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I'm surprised you didn't comment on this, Obama proposes vast expansion of Pacific Ocean sanctuaries for marine life.
I'd rather you did.
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News Item6/19/14 2:11 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Deuteronomy 22
6 "If you happen to come upon a bird's nest along the way, in any tree or on the ground, with young ones or eggs, and the mother sitting on the young or on the eggs, you shall not take the mother with the young;
7 you shall certainly let the mother go, but the young you may take for yourself, in order that it may be well with you, and that you may prolong your days.---NASB

There is no carte blanche given to man to destroy God's creations.

Also Mike of N.Y., people are much more flexible than bugs, turtles, etc. Now, I will say the wild horse population explosion needs to be controlled some way, birth control perhaps?

But the amount of space for Nebraska's premier bug by the environmentalists (what they worship is not known or pertinent to this story) even seems excessive to me.

I'm surprised you didn't comment on this, Obama proposes vast expansion of Pacific Ocean sanctuaries for marine life.

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News Item6/18/14 5:22 PM
Who does God say should have | dominion  Find all comments by Who does God say should have
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Yes, Mike,
Genesis 1:28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.
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News Item6/18/14 4:35 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Yes, Mike, they do have to fence off or the govt. will fence off property to protect endangered species, though this tiny space is begrudged by some auto dealerships, cute bug, isn't it? Protection Slashed for Nebraska's Vanishing Salt Creek Tiger Beetle--Paltry Critical Habitat Designation Threatens One of World's Rarest Insects.
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From the link:
"Conservationists have filed a series of lawsuits over the years to gain habitat protection for the beetle; today’s meager designation ensures that the legal battles will continue."

First of all these people aren't conservationists, they are environmentalists, i.e. earth worshippers. Then we have the 1100 acres being set aside for a bug, being called "meager" by wackos who, being silly, think it is important because of its rarity. Again, they and the govt come together to restrict people for the sake of an insect. I hate to break the news, but if this bug were important to life, it would exist all over the place. But it isn't, and it doesn't.

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News Item6/18/14 2:58 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, Mike, they do have to fence off or the govt. will fence off property to protect endangered species, though this tiny space is begrudged by some auto dealerships, cute bug, isn't it? Protection Slashed for Nebraska's Vanishing Salt Creek Tiger Beetle--Paltry Critical Habitat Designation Threatens One of World's Rarest Insects. Hey, besides being the most red-neck (Republican) state in the nation, this beetle is one of the few things we have claim to fame.

No, I would have thought you were one of the first people who would be against bailouts, e.g., Chrysler and GM. So, why support bailouts for Bundy or any other rancher whose been freeloading off the public? Mind you, I don't much care if they don't that as long as they know their interests are of a secondary nature.

Yes, I have little doubt, though SA is going to have to put up articles from "Playboy," so I can be certain, Hugh may use articles from AP as well? Who are the Birchers Today (YouTube 6 Min.) the same type of extremists they were in the past. Theonomy alert:

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News Item6/18/14 11:18 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I'm surprised Mike, I thought you were supposed to support capitalism? if these ranchers cannot make it, like the rest of the ranchers then they should be allowed to go broke. So, I have a hard time seeing slavish support of this John Birch Society mouthpiece!
if you want accurate reporting or at least unbiased reporting, you should check out the Christian Science Monitor. Also last night if you want liberal viewpoints you look at MSNBC, if you want conservative viewpoint you watch Fox, and of all things, if you want a middle ground approach, you check out CNN. This last one did come from as a surprise, from a person who apparently was long time connected to CBS. He did have to compliment the CBS morning show. I never watched morning shows anyway. You really have to look at several sources to get a well-rounded picture about the more controversial subjects.
If being well rounded means letting trash into the mind along with the good, then I'll remain unrounded.

When the New American quotes AP, or Reuters (hardly right wing) how is it slavish support? The rest of the ranchers don't have to fence off areas to protect mice, do they? Sometimes Jim, you make no sense at all. But you have an agenda, so perhaps it follows.

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News Item6/18/14 10:05 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I'm surprised Mike, I thought you were supposed to support capitalism? if these ranchers cannot make it, like the rest of the ranchers then they should be allowed to go broke. So, I have a hard time seeing slavish support of this John Birch Society mouthpiece!

if you want accurate reporting or at least unbiased reporting, you should check out the Christian Science Monitor. Also last night if you want liberal viewpoints you look at MSNBC, if you want conservative viewpoint you watch Fox, and of all things, if you want a middle ground approach, you check out CNN. This last one did come from as a surprise, from a person who apparently was long time connected to CBS. He did have to compliment the CBS morning show. I never watched morning shows anyway. You really have to look at several sources to get a well-rounded picture about the more controversial subjects.

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News Item6/18/14 9:48 AM
pennnned  Find all comments by pennnned
can Christians ever do accurate reporting and find out the real reasons for these things? are we supposed to be that naïve?
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News Item6/18/14 8:23 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
They have no right to the use of Federal land, they are given a temporary privilege to use it.
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But, anyway, no Federal lands were designed to protect wild life not to give cheap or free subsidies to ranchers.
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You really must like fat government, Jim. A shame. Do you know there are more than 2 BILLION acres of fed land? How much land does it take so mice and snails and chickens have a place to run around? Haven't you figured out that animal worship is sin yet? Meanwhile, people are tripping over each other in the cities. But like a good useful type, you come to the defense of whatever govt does. As long as it behaves in a leftist way, that is.
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News Item6/18/14 4:08 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
They have no right to the use of Federal land, they are given a temporary privilege to use it. I'm happy with the government subsidizing medical bills (One thing it really irritates the Romish leadership, q.v., How Rich Is the Catholic Church? No One Really Knows. Since they use their various social services to keep their flock obligated to them. Reason enough to support Obamacare
But, anyway, no Federal lands were designed to protect wild life not to give cheap or free subsidies to ranchers. While this source that SA may have some good articles -- Remember "Playboy," is suppose to have good articles at times, the backing of the "New American," is obnoxious and it supports their obnoxious opinions, it is biased. The Tea Party, the John Birch Society, and the Fear of “Mob Rule”: An Interview with Claire Conner.
You sound like a liberal Jim Lincoln.
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News Item6/18/14 1:49 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
They have no right to the use of Federal land, they are given a temporary privilege to use it. I'm happy with the government subsidizing medical bills (One thing it really irritates the Romish leadership, q.v., How Rich Is the Catholic Church? No One Really Knows. Since they use their various social services to keep their flock obligated to them. Reason enough to support Obamacare

But, anyway, no Federal lands were designed to protect wild life not to give cheap or free subsidies to ranchers. While this source that SA may have some good articles -- Remember "Playboy," is suppose to have good articles at times, the backing of the "New American," is obnoxious and it supports their obnoxious opinions, it is biased. The Tea Party, the John Birch Society, and the Fear of “Mob Rule”: An Interview with Claire Conner.

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