Back in 2007, the EPA declared a homeowner’s property a “wetland,” and barred the couple from building a house, and mandated they restore the land to its previous state or pay civil penalties of up to $32,500 per day…
Former BLM Director William Perry Pendley writes: “If we believe in law and order, in a civil society, and civilization itself, we must support law enforcement, we must back the blue, and we must fund the vital role they play in our society.”
Former BLM Director Perry Pendley writes: “In July 2019, America, for the first time since 1957, achieved energy independence. Sadly, it did not last long. President Biden began on his first day in office by killing the Keystone XL Pipeline, cancelling all federal oil and gas lease sales…”
Guest columnist William Perry Pendley looks into recent cases of states suing the federal government.
Columnist Perry Pendley writes: “Today’s case shows once again, the ‘way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race’.”
Columnist William Perry Pendley writes: “At some point, many concluded Fauci, et al. were making it all up and stopped listening.
Columnist Perry Pendley writes: “Meanwhile, United Airlines, Wyoming’s primary air carrier, proudly announced that it will hire pilots, not for their skills at aviating the ‘Friendly Skies,’ but due to their race and gender.”
Perry Pendley writes: “A full 80 percent of wildfires are human caused, including 2020’s Cameron Peak, at 208,663 acres, the largest ever in Colorado, and the subsequent Mullen fire that began in Wyoming and swept into Colorado consuming 176,878 acres.”
William Perry Pendley writes: “Given the attacks on law enforcement by the media, the Biden administration, and Democrat politicians, I ask that, next time you see a Ranger, say “Howdy and thanks!”