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Westerner 02/25/2020 16:40
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s (NCBA) CEO Colin Woodall spoke at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce with the Unlock American Investment Coalition about the need to modernize the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). This event was held ahead of the White House Council on Environmental Quality’s (CEQ) second hearing Tuesday in Washington D.C. on proposed updates to NEPA. “NEPA in its current form has become a costly and time-consuming burden for ranchers, with some ranch families facing grazing permit delays as long as 30 years,” said NCBA CEO Colin Woodall, who spoke at today’s press conference event in Washington. “I want to thank President Trump and his team at CEQ for listening to rural America and bringing common sense back to an.
Westerner 02/25/2020 10:16
Revenue collected and dispersed assets from energy production on public lands rose by billions in fiscal year 2019, according to new data released by the Interior Department Thursday. Revenues from energy sources, such as drilling of oil and gas on and offshore, rose to nearly $12 billion, an increase of 31 percent over the previous year. Disbursements rose to $11.69 billion compared to the previous year’s $8.93 billion with 35 states receiving more than $2.44 billion, according to the data. “The President believes we can appropriately develop our natural resources and be great stewards of conservation,” Secretary David Bernhardt said in a statement. “The disbursements paid to states and Tribes from energy development revenues go right back.
Westerner 02/25/2020 09:52
The Supreme Court on Monday seemed unwilling to block a planned natural gas pipeline that will run from West Virginia under the Appalachian Trail to the Eastern Seaboard. The Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a federal agency did not have the authority to issue a special-use permit for pipeline construction under the Appalachian Trail. The government and energy companies responsible for the project warn that the ruling effectively turns the trail into a barrier that walls off the East Coast from resource-rich lands in the interior of the country. The legal question in Monday's case is highly technical, asking which agency is in charge of the trail. The U.S. Forest Service issued a special-use permit to construct the pipeline u.
Westerner 02/24/2020 08:34
Culture, skill, and entertainment are the focus of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum’s 21st-annual Cowboy Days celebration. The fun is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 7 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 8 at the Las Cruces museum. The family-friendly admission this year is $10 per carload. Pets are not allowed at the festival. Lienzo Charro El Pedregal, a group made up of Daniel Castro of Vado and his family, will perform trick roping and traditional Mexican charrerada demonstrations from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. each day. “The best part of what we do is that we’re able to do it as a family,” said Castro. “My kids are by my side learning part of our culture and tradition through our shows. It’s important to us to keep.
Westerner 02/24/2020 08:17
Arizona Diamondbacks starter Madison Bumgarner has a double life, according to a bombshell — and yet, not shocking — report from Zach Buchanan and Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic. For years, the four-time All-Star has reportedly been competing in team-roping rodeo competitions in secret, under the alias “Mason Saunders” and possibly others. Yes, really. According to The Athletic’s interview with Bumgarner, the former San Francisco Giants southpaw has been competing as Saunders with different partners as far back as March of last year, and possibly longer. The participation of the 2014 World Series MVP is apparently an open secret in the rodeo community, given that Bumgarner is one of the most recognizable faces in baseball. It’s also report.
Westerner 02/23/2020 11:24
Ropers and relatives. by Julie Carter. We've all got them. Relatives, kinfolk, family - or whatever you call them in polite company. You can also add to that list a brand of cowboy called "roper.". You know the ones. They show up on your doorstep after a decade among the missing and are just sure you are thrilled to see them. However, it's also a given that they are running from the law, an ex-someone or a catastrophic event of nature. And, they need food and money. In the continuing saga of "Deliverance-style" relatives, the phone rang one night last week. Long-lost cousin Leeza was on the other end of the line. The last time she had appeared on the doorstep was when Hurricane Katrina was causing a mass exodus from the coastal areas. She arri.
Westerner 02/23/2020 11:23
...From D.W., Poultry Pathologist: Doing surgery on chickens is uncommon. Whenever I saw a chicken he was usually dead. And yet many suffered from ingrown feathers. Many polloqueros (chicken cowboys from Mexico) spent hours each day gently plucking the ingrown feathers from afflicted hens. One afternoon I was helping and happened to drop a chicken on a strip of Duct Tape I had circled around my feet to stave off fire ants. When I picked up the chicken her brisket was plucked clean. Inspired, the polloqueros completely wrapped me with duct tape, sticky side out, and slapped the chicken’s afflicted area containing the ingrown feather against my body. This technique has since been adopted to de-claw cats and in beauty shops as a depilatory. Fr.
Westerner 02/23/2020 11:23
Back when I was travelin’ man people used to call me a big bull shipper. At least that’s what I thought they were saying. The reputation was well earned because I used to buy a lot of bulls every year for friends and customers. I worked bull sales all over the country as a ring man and I was the announcer for a big video auction company for over 20 years. I suppose my friends figured that I might say something nice about their consignment and powerful bull battery if I was the one who bought the bulls to begin with. I bought truckloads of bulls for some of the biggest names in the business who I’m sure would not want their names associated with mine. My friends and neighbors thought as long as I had to go to the sales anyway I might as well.
Westerner 02/23/2020 11:23
Public Dancing. More Dick. Public Comments. By Stephen L. Wilmeth. The image is fleeting. It’s somewhat like a deep sleep dream when you wake up and try to recapture what was so vivid seconds before. There it is and yet there it isn’t. What was it anyway? Similarly, was it really Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys on the stage of the dancehall or is the image something I was told about? For sure, there are memories of being in that grand old building. It was a time and place when families brought the kids. Everybody danced. At least for a while. When we got tired, they’d throw a coat of something over us and we’d sack out against the walls behind the folding chairs. Cliff was the scene of those once great regional dances. In the chronicles of the.
Westerner 02/22/2020 15:31
William Yeatman Within our constitutional framework, property rights have been relegated to second-class citizenship. Take the Supreme Court’s double-standard on the Fifth Amendment’s prohibition against the government “taking” private property unless it’s for “public use.” For alleged infringements of other guarantees in the Bill of Rights, the Court “strictly” scrutinizes government action. But with the Fifth Amendment’s property protections, the Court allows legislatures to interpret their own constitutional boundaries. If “only” property rights are at stake, then the fox may guard the henhouse. Or consider the Court’s amorphous review for “substantive due process,” a values-based inquiry into the constitutional legitimacy of state and f.
Westerner 02/22/2020 10:13
Chelsea Shaffer Denny Gentry, 67, is team roping’s Godfather. And with the turn of calendar year come Jan. 1, 2020, Gentry will step away from the leadership role he’s held in this sport for the last time as the National Team Roping’s Ty Yost takes his place. The founder of the USTRC and the World Series of Team Roping and the director of roping operations for Active Interest Media, Gentry is a workaholic with a knack for brutal honesty and a business sense second to none. He leaves in place an infrastructure that will continue to grow the sport, thanks to the work of the entire Gentry family and the connections they’ve made. Before I let him off the hook, though, I asked for one last interview (as my boss, that is) to look back on his care.
Westerner 02/22/2020 05:36
A diminutive brown snail species has been named after Greta Thunberg, with researchers saying they named the mollusc for the Swedish climate worrier because her generation “will be responsible for fixing problems they did not create.” The new species – Craspedotropis gretathunberga – is approximately one inch long and half an inch wide with grey tentacles and a concave shell. It is found in the mountainous foothills of Borneo. Thunberg told the group she was “delighted” that the snail had been named after her, researchers said. The announcement came just days after it was a book and stage musicials are planned to help build Thunberg and her family’s global media profile. As Breitbart News , BBC Studios’ Science Unit also announced earlier t.
Westerner 02/22/2020 04:53
Foul play is being considered following the third train derailment in Canada this month, after left-wing extremists called on supporters to sabotage the country’s rail system. The incident occurred in Sainte-Marie-Salomé in Canada’s French-speaking province of Quebec earlier this week and saw two train cars derailed, with an unnamed source claiming that something had purposely been put on the tracks to derail the train, CTV . CN, Canada’s largest rail company, refused to confirm or deny whether they suspected the derailment may have been an intentional act of sabotage but CN senior manager of public affairs Olivier Quenneville did confirm no one had been injured in the incident and no hazardous materials were involved. The incident is one o.
Westerner 02/22/2020 03:08
The BLM claimed a recent victory in the ongoing battle between public lands grazing and wild horses. Chief Judge Beryl Howell of the U.S. District Court for the District Court of Columbia ruled in favor of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM’s) proposal to conduct a large horse gather on Feb. 13. BLM proposed a plan in 2018 to gather more than 1,700 feral horses from the Caliente Herd Area in southeast Nevada. Ryan Zinke, in his official capacity as then-secretary of the Department of the Interior, and Brian Steed, in his role as acting director of BLM, were immediately faced with a lawsuit for the proposal. Horse advocacy groups American Wild Horse Campaign and the Cloud Foundation, along with environmental group Western Watersheds Projec.
Westerner 02/21/2020 17:28
It’s not every Supreme Court brief that goes off the beaten legal path, supplementing jurisprudence with humor and spicing up statutory interpretation with devastating wit. But from environmentalists fighting the US Forest Service (USFS) over its grant of a license for a gas pipeline through the Appalachian Trail is one such gem. Sadly, the substance of the case isn’t amusing. Whether you believe national and natural treasures should be protected from pesky energy companies, or that nature-loving tree-huggers should thank the heavens for businesses willing to drill deep and spend billions of dollars to someday deliver consumer savings, the case highlights the growing tension between government, industry, and the people over how to handle Am.
Westerner 02/20/2020 13:11
The Vegan Society has said that vegans should be given their own shelf in refrigerators at work and employers should protect them from offensive jokes about their dietary choices. The recommendations come in the group’s guidance Supporting Veganism in the Workplace published this week. The document was written following a judge in an employment tribunal declaring last month that ethical veganism is a “philosophical belief”, like a religion, which should be protected against discrimination by workplace law. The Vegan Society’s document recommends that staff requiring a uniform or special equipment, such as leather safety boots, should be offered non-animal alternatives. It also says that vegans should have their own isolated shelf in the wor.

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