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April 13, 2015

How you stop a tyrannical Government and its agencies! The West is Under Siege!

The West is Under Siege! Many of you that will receive this do not live in the west! How ever keep this in mind. If we don’t stop this out of control federal government here in the west, you’re going to wish we had. In the Range Magazine fall issue 2014. There were several articles relevant to the attempted invasion by the BLM Gestapo on the Cliven Bundy Ranch one year ago. The following is the link to those articles. I suggest you read all of them. If you are a property owner , large or small, in Nevada or West Virgina you need to know the facts. Pay attention People!!!! Click on the highlighted titles , especially, Epa wants it all, Patterns of Harassment, Our Federal Landlord,

When you've finished reading all of the above, ask yourself this question. What country am I living in anyway?

April 7, 2015

Property Taxes, the rape of Americans! HB 76 and SB 76, Moving to Pennsylvania, :-))

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HB 76 and SB 76, The Property Tax Independence Act
A solution that makes sense for Pennsylvania

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There is no “Holy Grail” of property tax reform. Any property tax reform measure will involve shifting the tax levy from one type of tax to another – there’s no free ride. But there are ways to fund our schools and to ensure a better education for our children that are fairer and more effective than property taxes.

Many Pennsylvanians lose their homes and a lifetime’s work to sheriff’s sales each year because they can no longer afford to pay their property taxes. Senior citizens on fixed incomes are increasingly forced to sell their homes because of unrelenting increases in their tax burden. Young families cannot afford to purchase a home because the per-month property tax escrow is simply too high. Multigenerational family farms are being sold piece by piece to pay property taxes, devastating Pennsylvania agriculture. School districts in areas of the state with limited population and no commercial tax base are in distress and are unable to afford to give their children a quality education. Job losses, outmigration, and abysmal state economic performance caused by burdensome property taxes are devastating Pennsylvania’s economy.

A sensible, broad-based, statewide and state-administered property tax replacement funding source is needed eliminate an antiquated and regressive property tax system, to end these educational inequities, to return home ownership to the homeowner instead of allowing the government to effectively own our homes, and to restore Pennsylvania’s economic vitality.

THE BOTTOM LINE: Our current system of school funding is crumbling. This decay has been occurring for many years and continues to escalate. Home foreclosures and tax sales are occurring at an expanding rate and the home market is at a standstill. The opportunity to fund education from a statewide source is rapidly vanishing as relentlessly rising property taxes outpace available revenue. This will have major implications for school districts statewide. It can no longer be ignored or diminished. Replacement of the school property tax must be accomplished now.


After many months of work and negotiation by key legislators and in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Coalition of Taxpayer Associations, a plan to eliminate and replace school property taxes has been formally introduced in both the Pennsylvania House of Representatives as HB 76 and in the Pennsylvania Senate as SB 76.

The Property Tax Independence Act was crafted by members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly in full collaboration with the 83 member groups of the nonpartisan grassroots Pennsylvania Coalition of Taxpayer Associations. The Property Tax Independence Act belongs to the people; it is unique in that it is OUR legislation in a state that does not allow for citizen initiatives. The Property Tax Independence Act has many lawmaker proponents from both parties and enthusiastic grassroots supporters from across the entire political spectrum. We as taxpayer activists have accomplished what the politicians in both Washington and Harrisburg have been unable to do: work across party lines to reach a sensible and effective solution to a critical problem.

The Property Tax Independence Act will eliminate all school property taxes across the Commonwealth and will replace those taxes with funding from a single state source.

The most important provision of The Property Tax Independence Act is that it is tax revenue neutral. To provide absolute fairness, the legislation has been carefully crafted to ensure that the tax swap provision of the plan does not raise one dollar more than is already collected by the school property tax mechanism.

The Property Tax Independence Act utilizes a modernized school funding plan based on 21st century economic realities.

– The Property Tax Independence Act will ABOLISH the school property tax on all homesteads, farmsteads, and businesses.

– School property tax elimination will be accomplished via a two year phase-out of school property taxes. In the first year after enactment, school property taxes will be frozen at their current level; in the second year they will be completely eliminated except for a small portion that will be retained in each school district to retire the individual district’s outstanding long-term debt, typically 10% of the original school tax bill.

– The Property Tax Independence Act utilizes our current sales tax mechanism to fund schools, restoring the original intent of the tax. The “The PA Education Sales Tax” was enacted in 1953 for this specific purpose and virtually 100% of the revenue from the sales tax is still dedicated to education funding.

– The sales tax provides a predictable and stable funding source that automatically increases revenue in sync with economic growth. This is in clear contrast to the school property tax which is not based on economic growth and is subject to much variation, forcing annual increases in the tax to increase revenue.

– The sales tax is also the most desirable revenue source because, unlike the property tax that has no relationship to family income, it is directly tied to a person’s ability to pay.

– The Property Tax Independence Act moderately broadens the base of the state sales tax to include more services and purchases at a new 7% rate. Items to be added to the taxable base include candy and gum, newspapers and magazines, dry cleaning and laundry services, haircuts, and spectator sports admissions. Food items not included on the WIC list and individual clothing and footwear items with a value greater than $50 will also be subject to the expanded sales tax. Generally, food items exempt from the sales tax will be fresh meats, produce, and dairy, along with many packaged and canned foods that are in their natural form, without added sugar or other adulterants. The complete list of newly taxed items and services is here as a PDF document.

While there are those who might object on an instinctive level to a sales tax on the last two items mentioned, consider this: If you spend eight thousand dollars annually on individual items of clothing over $50 and non-WIC food purchases combined, the total sales tax would be $560. If this is less than your school property tax bill you still will realize a substantial reduction in your overall tax burden.

Items that will continue to be exempt from the sales tax include food stamp purchases, all utilities, home heating fuels, health, hospital, and dental services, prescription drugs, home health care, tuition, day care, charitable organizations, and business-to-business transactions.

– While the sales tax is The Property Tax Independence Act’s primary revenue source, small increases in other taxes are blended into the total to spread the cost of education over the broadest possible base. As part of the funding mechanism, the Property Tax Independence Act finance package also includes a modest increase in the state income tax from the current 3.07% to 4.34%.

– In prior versions of property tax elimination legislation each school district was provided funding sufficient to service their outstanding long-term debt. This provision raised many objections to the plan from both taxpayers and legislators who felt that it was unfair to require taxpayers in frugal school districts to pay debt incurred by those districts that may have been financially irresponsible. Besides being politically unpopular, financing this debt from the state level would add $1.7 billion annually to the revenue that needs to be replaced, causing unnecessary tax increases.

To decrease the total revenue needed for property tax elimination, at enactment of The Property Tax Independence Act existing long-term debt will remain with each school district for them to service individually. Because of this a remnant of property tax will remain past the two year elimination phase-in but ONLY the amount of property tax necessary to meet current annual debt service that was on the books as of December 31, 2013. When that existing debt is retired the final bit of property tax will disappear and no further property taxes will be allowed.

On enactment of The Property Tax Independence Act each school district will be required to state the amount of property tax necessary for annual debt service and will not be allowed to increase that amount or add any new debt financed by property taxes.

The average debt service for all districts is 10% of their annual budget, with the highest district at 18%. This means that, at worst, one or more districts will enjoy an 82% reduction of property taxes at the end of the second year of the plan, with an average property tax reduction statewide of 90%. This will tremendously reduce the burden on property owners until the long term debt is retired.

As mentioned above, total elimination of the property tax in every school district will be achieved when their debt is retired, although that will vary by district depending on the length of the remaining debt term. As of the 2011-2012 school year, ninety Pennsylvania school districts were carrying no long-term debt and will see their property taxes totally eliminated immediately at the end of the two year phase-in period.

Note that none of these funding sources are particularly burdensome by themselves but, taken together, provide the funds necessary to replace all Pennsylvania local school taxes. Further, The Property Tax Independence Act will more equally distribute the cost of school funding across all of Pennsylvania’s population and visitors to the state, rather than just depending on taxing homeowners.


The Property Tax Independence Act works to fully fund all Pennsylvania schools.

– All schools will initially be fully funded at their current levels.

– Schools will receive their property tax replacement funding directly from the state. The Property Tax Independence Act will fully fund all districts by replacing the property tax dollar-for-dollar at each district’s current level. All students in Pennsylvania, regardless of their location or their area’s economic condition, will have the opportunity for a quality education.

– Equity in schools is guaranteed because the state assumes the responsibility of school funding. Each school will receive the resources it needs regardless of the local ability to pay. This solves the funding problems faced by rural, urban and fast-growing districts.

– The Property Tax Independence Act calls for a dedicated lockbox account for all property tax replacement revenues that is separate from the General Fund. All replacement funding for the schools will be disbursed from this account through the existing Department of Education funding mechanism, requiring no growth of the current infrastructure.

In addition, The Property Tax Independence Act completely eliminates the taxing ability of local school boards. The only exception would be a possible local EIT or personal income tax for major projects such as new school construction, and that will be subject to a no-exception taxpayer referendum.

It is important to note that The Property Tax Independence Act imposes NO mandates of any kind on Pennsylvania school districts. The plan provides replacement funding only and the funding provided by the plan may be used in any manner the school district deems necessary. The Property Tax Independence Act does not interfere in any manner with local school district decisions.


Current school spending regularly exceeds tax revenue and The Property Tax Independence Act addresses it head on.

– At enactment of The Property Tax Independence Act, all districts will receive 100% funding sufficient to meet all financial obligations with a dollar-for-dollar replacement of the eliminated property tax. In the future, every district will receive identical percentage annual base funding increases that will be limited to the increase in the Pennsylvania Average Weekly Wage (AWW) or available revenue, whichever is less, effectively tying annual school budget increases to increases in economic activity.

– If a district desires additional revenue, they can present a no-exception ballot referendum to the voters of their district to raise additional revenue by either an earned income tax or a personal income tax. However, property taxes will not be able to be re-instituted to raise revenue.

School property taxes need to be prohibited from ever being imposed on Pennsylvanians again.

Companion legislation to the The Property Tax Independence Act will provide for a constitutional amendment which GUARANTEES that, once eliminated, school property taxes would be gone forever and that a future legislature could never re-institute the taxing of our properties.


The fiscal provisions of HB 76 and SB 76, The Property Tax Independence Act, were developed using actual and projected revenue and school district expenditure figures provided by the House Appropriations Committee staff and the Governor’s 2012-2013 Budget Book. In addition, the Pennsylvania Independent Fiscal Office conducted an analysis of the Property Tax Independence Act and reached these conclusions:

(IFO analysis page numbers and PTCC comments are in parentheses.)

The analysis of the 2011-2012 version of the Property Tax Independence Act that was released on September 25, 2012, by the Pennsylvania Independent Fiscal Office indicated that, with minor revenue adjustments, the plan is financially viable. Those adjustments have been made for the 2013-2014 introduction of the legislation.

The IFO analysis projects that if the legislation is delayed and is not enacted until 2017 school property taxes will increase and it will take an additional half-billion dollars from the state level to make the plan viable. (Page 3) The report also projects that school property taxes will increase more than $4 billion from the current replacement level of $10.063 billion to $14.188 billion by 2017.

Beyond the purely financial aspects of the plan, the IFO drew these conclusions:

• The report projects that in year five after enactment HB 1776 will save $1.152 billion annually in the replacement revenue compared to the growth of property taxes if that system remained in place (Page 4, fourth line from the bottom). Property taxes historically rise at greater than three times the level of inflation (which, by the way, is unsustainable in the long term); HB 1776 limits the growth of the replacement funding to the rate of inflation.

• The elimination of school property taxes increases the disposable income of property taxpayers. The analysis assumes that 70% of the property tax cut goes to individuals. It further assumes that homeowners spend 90% of the increase in disposable income. (Pages 17-18) (This would be an explosive economic stimulus for Pennsylvania.)

• The analysis indicates that HB 1776 will cause home values to increase, on average, by more than 10% statewide. (Page 23) (This would restore a big chunk of the equity that was lost to homeowners during the 2008 housing downturn.)

• (Regarding business entities) … the income flows through to individuals as higher disposable income. For pass through entities, the analysis assumes that owners and shareholders spend 90 percent of the increase and 70 percent is spent on taxable goods and services, yielding another secondary effect of $34 million in increased sales taxes for FY 2013-14. (Page 18) (More economic stimulus.)

• Working age homeowners realize a tax cut. The analysis finds that the increase in federal income tax (through lower itemized deductions), state income tax, and sales tax is more than offset by the reduction in property taxes. (Page 21)

• Retired homeowners realize a significant reduction in taxes. The analysis finds that the property tax reduction easily offsets any increase from the higher sales tax. (Page 21)

• Benefits would also accrue to home builders, home developers, and other land owners who convert current land holdings into new housing plots. Employment would increase in the construction sector as well. (Page 23)

• The elimination of property taxes would significantly reduce the property tax share and would clearly increase the attractiveness of the Commonwealth for business location and expansion. (Page 25) (Such an increase of businesses in Pennsylvania and expansion of existing businesses would create many much-needed jobs.)

These results from the IFO analysis are also available as a printable PDF document here if you wish to circulate them.

You can help to have the Property Tax Independence Act enacted by spreading the word far and wide about this grassroots legislation. Download and print copies of the Property Tax Independence Act Quick Facts single page handout and the HB/SB 76 trifold brochure and give them everyone you see!

HB 76 and SB 76, the Property Tax Independence Act, is supported by the Pennsylvania Coalition of Taxpayer Associations.

April 5, 2015

Our Letter in Support of Nevada AB408!

April 5 2015

Good morning Madam Chairman and members of the Nevada Legislature.

First I hope all had a very Happy Easter.

I am writing to voice our support of AB408 and to offer a few reasons. The debate is over who owns the land. There is a GSA report for example that identifies federal owned land in all the states. For example in Arizona the sum total of owned land is in the neighborhood of 2000 acres of state property. And as I said in during the hearing on Tuesday. Ronald Reagan discovered after looking for a way to sell the public land in the west, that the federal government could not sell what they did not own. I can send that report if it’s requested.

America has and is the most economically successful country in the world. For one reason. Private Property and the protections granted by the Constitution. Again as I stated during the hearing . The best source for understanding these tyrannical actions by the federal government , is to read ” Storm Over Range Lands ” by Wayne Hage. Not only does the United States Constitution guarantee these protections , so do the State Constitutions.

The question is why is the federal government ,today , right now , via the department of interior,epa,usfs,blm, now taking these tyrannical actions. It’s quite simple. The Corporation of the United States has leveraged all public lands for debt that the Corporation of the United States has developed. One recent evidence of this action is the attempt by Harry Reid and associates attempt to run ranchers off Nevada land for the benefit of some Chinese firm . And there are reasons far more into the weeds, if you will, as describe in Mr. Hages book.

Anyone that believes that these foreign countries have loaned the Corporation of the United States cash , with no form of security is simply kidding them selves. Our position is that these countries have been lied to. And the truth is now coming to the surface. This is another reason that the fed has been printing paper like a mad man. These countries have been snookered. And they have come to the realization that there is no gold backing our paper. We in Arizona just passed a currency bill that address’ the problems of the “federal reserve note”.

After returning from Carson City , I contacted our Arizona Legislator Mark Finchem. He has agreed to develop a AB408 bill in the next session of the Arizona legislature. And he has agreed to read the book that I keep pushing “Storm Over Range Lands”. In addition I have contacted a political activist friend in Oklahoma. We will be recruiting a legislator there, also. Oklahoma is currently under threat by the blm , as you may know , down on the Red River. I can assure you , being a former Okie, the blm will not succeed in Oklahoma. We just finished HB 2175 here in Arizona. The Right A Way bill that I started in 2007 , titled “The Right A Way Bill” SB1264. HB 2175 is sitting on Governor Duceys’ desk today. He will sign it. We had to wait until we had a business man in the Governors office to rerun this bill. I’ll leave it at that.

Its time the states got a back bone. And recognized their borders. This land is our land, period. States can manage these lands and bring more revenue and economic prosperity into the states economies by removing federal involvement. On my drive up to Carson City I saw rural town after town , in total decline. Why, the federal government. Goldfield just as an example, if it weren’t for tourism it would be gone altogether.

We can solve all these problems by turning our back on the District of Columbia. Stop taking their bribes, stop sending junkets to dc to be indoctrinated and bribed. STOP STOP,STOP. Lets run legislation that prevents local law enforcement agencies from being bribed by dc with radios, military type weapons and ammo, not to mention vehicles and boots on the ground turning on local taxpayers. Lets force our elected Governors and County Sheriff to serve and protect those that elect them. The price we pay for these bribes and failures is FREEDOM!!!!!
The Federal Government has a role to play. Just not in the States. When you read Mr. Hage’s book you will learn how these federal bureaucracies were formed and why.

Thanks for your time and diligence in these issues that will save our states and our culture. Read the book!!!!

Bruce Olsen
Overgaard Arizona
928 240 0474

April 3, 2015

Cops violating the Constitution and your Civil Rights, Don’t call a lawyer, call the ACLU, and sue the bastards!!

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April 2, 2015

Arizona Legal Tender Legislation, HB 2173

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Arizona Legal Tender Act
Restoring Constitutional Money in Arizona
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Help make silver coin legal tneder in AZ–call Gov. Ducey to sign the bill now!
March 30, 2015 by J Gault
PLEASE HELP pass Arizona’s HB2173 making gold and silver legal tender in Arizona by contacting Gov. Ducey to get behind the Arizona Legislature and SIGN THE BILL INTO LAW!

More than 15 states are in the process of re-establishing precious metals currency as an option to Federal Reserve Notes for payment of debts, goods and services.
Right now, if we use silver coin specified in the U.S. Constitution to pay for gasoline, we would have to pay an erroneous additional tax on the transaction in addition to state sales tax as though we “profited” from the sale of silver which we bought years ago at a lower price in DOLLARS.

The Dollar greatly changes value, but not the silver. This is why the Founders of our great nation specified using precious metal-backed currencies instead of paper money printed without anything you can exchange it for at the bank.

Utah and Oklahoma already passed this law and Arizona passed this March 2015 for the second time in. This is happening across the nation; Arizona’s bill is waiting for the governor to sign it into law. Gov. Ducey needs to hear from YOU.

Please email and call to leave messages to Gov. Doug Ducey at (602) 542-4331 (press 2 to leave a message) and ask those in your email and phone circle of friends to do so.

Website is and click on “engage” and follow instructions for email messages.

HB2173 was passed nearly unanimously by the majority party in both Arizona Houses. By signing it into law, Gov. Ducey has the opportunity to bring Arizona into compliance with Article 1, Section 10, clause 1 of the U.S. Constitution, and to help bring financial solvency to many who wish to voluntarily use gold and silver as money.
One of the functions of the State of Arizona is to protect the liberty of its citizens. We cannot have liberty without private property rights being protected. And private property rights cannot be protected without sound money that maintains its purchasing power over centuries and even millennia. This is why our Country’s Founders stipulated gold and silver coin as tender within the Constitution.
To facilitate this compliance, HB 2173 offers Arizona citizens a choice of tendering gold and silver without the debilitating obstruction of taxation as property – which prevents its use as money. Thus, if a private citizen saves gold and silver for retirement then years later he or she will still be able to purchase approximately the same goods with it as he could when he started saving.
This of course cannot be said for the constantly diminishing purchasing power of our current Federal Reserve Notes. Thus HB2173 is a way out for Arizonans in the very likely case that the Federal Reserve Note fails when found worthless due to inflation and the crushing weight of the national debt.
To veto this bill would also be violating the U.S. Constitution Article 1, Sec. 10, Clause 1 provision that “No State shall…pass any…Law impairing the obligation of contracts…”
Current federal and state capital gains taxes impair Arizonans’ free use of constitutional money, if they wish, as a contract between two or more law-abiding citizens.
This requirement of all bills must be met. If the State of Arizona would be taking any meaningful loss in revenue by cancelling its 3% capital gains tax, we could not find any figures from the State Treasurer’s office or the Dept. of Revenue to show it! It’s not even traceable!
When it becomes law in Arizona, HB2173 will do exactly the opposite in the long run – that is, it will be revenue positive by bringing in business. People will begin to recognize that Arizona’s money is real and that it is not subject to inflationary loss in buying power as is the Federal Reserve Note. This will result in financial stability among those who choose to contract, invest or trade by using gold and silver. Arizona especially will benefit from this proven stability against inflation.
Choice in currency is a natural right recognized in both the U.S. and Arizona Constitutions. Let’s make this choice today. CALL OR EMAIL GOV. DUCEY TODAY and let him know if you are a PC!

Bundy Supporters see positive signs from the Nevada Natural Resource Committee!

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The Media and the Feds keep refering to public land as Federally owned land. They do not own it , they manage it and they are destroying it in the process. You want continued access to public land. Get the feds out of our states. !!!

March 28, 2015

Nevada AB 408 Natural Resource Bill/ Is the Dirt in your back yard really yours??

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SUPPORT NEVADA BILL AB408 – THE BILL IS THE #1 MOST PUBLICLY SUPPORTED BILL IN THE NEVADA LEGISlATURE, BUT THE OPPOSITION IS INCREASING. My Friends, It is simple, the land belongs to the people. The link to AB 408 is below. The natural resources of America are being stolen from the people and claimed by the federal government. Everything we eat, wear, live in, use and so on comes from the earth. If we lose access to the land and natural resources we become beggars to those who control access. Without doubt this is the greatest immediate threat to the individual person and people as a whole. More lives, liberties and property can be taken under this threat than any other we see. The Nevadan’s Resource Rights Bill (NRR) AB408 has only had a number for five days and it is already the most publicly supported bill in the session, out of nearly a thousand. However, we are starting to see opposition to the bill mount by those that want the federal government to own and control all the land and resources. We need to make sure we are louder than them. If you have not already done it, please go to the link below and show your support for the bill. If you can come to Carson City to support the bill on March 31st, please clink on that link and let us know. You do NOT need to be a Nevada resident to show your support for this bill. In fact, legislators pay special attention to bills that are receiving national support simply because those bills are likely to end up on national news. We sincerely hope this bill will be picked up by other states, your state, so that you will be protected as well. Here are the links Go this link to show support for the bill, select bill number AB408, select FOR, and put in your name and address. This is the official website for the Nevada Legislature and legislators use it to determine public support. If you are a citizen of Nevada it is a bonus, but it does not matter where you live, we need the support of all the States around us including those out east. Please click on the link and fill in the form to show your support for the bill. Show up in Carson City, March 31st at 9 am. Over 15 Nevada State Legislators sponsored the NRR bill and have asked that we fill the house during the committee hearing. We must show up in person and make our presence known. If we fill the house, the committee will pass it and the talk of the 2015 session will be the NRR bill (AB408). With enough of your physical support in Carson City the committee will pass the NRR bill and it will have a substantial chance of becoming Nevada law soon after. We have many rooms booked and buses chartered from Las Vegas and Phoenix. If you plan on coming to Carson City click on this link to receive further information. Send this email to your family and friends and ask them to support as well. Thank you, Ammon Bundy Nevadans’ Resource Rights Bill (NRR) – AB408 “It is simple, the land belongs to the people” AN ACT relating to the right of an individual to beneficially use the natural resources on public land, the right of private property owners to beneficially use the natural recourses on deeded property, the right of the public to access public land; prohibiting the Federal Government from owning or regulating certain lands or other natural resource including minerals and the right to use public waters without proper cession from the state as set forth in the U.S. Constitution; requiring the State Land Registrar to adopt regulations that provide for the appropriation and registration of grazing, logging, mineral development or other beneficial use rights on public lands; requiring the State Land Registrar to sell permits for grazing, logging, mineral development or other beneficial uses on public lands for which such rights are not registered and appropriated; requiring the Board of County Commissioners of each county to impose a tax on unit product sold from the beneficial use of public lands or other natural resource including minerals; providing for the administration and defense of the peoples right to the land and resources. Link to the NRR AB408, Forward this email This email was sent to by | Update Profile/Email Address | Rapid removal with SafeUnsubscribe™ | Privacy Policy. Bundy Ranch | 7175 Gold Butte Rd | Bunkerville | NV | 89007

And there is this::

From: Carol Bundy <>
To: arizonasentinel <>
Sent: Fri, Mar 27, 2015 3:39 pm
Subject: Is the dirt in you back yard really yours? Support Bill AB408


While speaking with people from Las Vegas about the Nevadan’s Resource Rights Bill AB408 it was explained to me that t he BLM is imposing fines and forced recourse upon private property owners for building pools in their own backyards.
The BLM claims that the soil that is being removed from private property belongs to them, and that the home owners must get permission from and pay them to remove it. Just to be clear this is the dirt on private property. The feds say they own the minerals, including dirt as a mineral. If we are not purchasing the soil when we buy private property then what are were paying for with our hard earned money? If not the land, then what?

This is just one example of how the Federal Government is seeking to take the resources from the people for themselves. Land and resources = power. This power is too important for the people to lose. What will stop them from claiming that we cannot harvest a garden out of our own backyards, without paying them.
We must stand against this!


The resources committee hearing details are below,
we need everyone we can get to come to one of the locations during the hearing. It does not matter if you live in Nevada or not. This will set a precedence and other states will follow. Please take time off and make this a priority.

Our Rally will begin at 12 Noon, in the Court Yard between the Capitol, Court and Assembly Buildings.
See the map below.

If you cannot make it to Carson City you can watch and learn from Elko and Las Vegas

Meeting: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 1:30 PM


Room 3138 of the Legislative Building, 401 S. Carson St., Carson City, NV.

Videoconference available at Room 120, High Tech Center, Great Basin College, 1290 Burns Rd,
Elko, NV

Videoconference a vailable at Room 4401 of the Grant Sawyer State Office Building, 555 E. Washington Ave.,
Las Vegas, NV.

Click here if you would like to take a bus to Carson City, we will be leaving from Phoenix and Las Vegas.

Bundy Ranch

March 27, 2015

IFR Approach in to Queensland New Zealand.

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A friend of mine suggested that they put cameras in the nose of airliners so the passengers could see what was happening. I responded by saying, no sir that would scare the hell out of them,. It scared the hell out of me and I was in the drivers seat.!! :-))

March 25, 2015

Hillary Clinton sued for racketeering, Democrats top choice, cant wait to watch this one!

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March 24, 2015

Ted Cruz Presidential Campaign Announcement, Home Run after Home Run!!

The left is scared to death of Ted Cruz,,, Remember what they the left tried to do to Reagan. Donnie Douche bag, Joes resident idiot, makes the same slanderous statements towards Cruz just like the socialist did towards Reagan in the 80s. Thanks MSNBC for giving stupid a mic.

March 7, 2015

The high cost of cheap money, the coming housing bubble , thanks to the federal reserve!



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January 25, 2015

Tax Revolt, end property taxes now, end the nepotisim in county corporations,Nothing less than grand theft!! Bring your Land Patent upto date, declare your property allodial!!!!

January 23, 2015

Arizona SB 1264 Pubic Lands Right A Way bill is being reintroduced as HB 2175 on Jan 27th 2015!!!

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Click on the following link to see the version of the bill: Come to the Capitol on Tuesday the 27th of Jan 2015 , to support this vital legislation for the future of all Arizonans!  Natural Resource Committee hearing room at 9:00 am.

January 18, 2015

Change of pace :-)), enjoy!!, Flying South West, !!

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January 14, 2015

Governor Doug Duceys State of the State !!

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Sucking from the trough leads to brain washing!!! This guy is a idiot!!! Megyn Kelly exposes stupidity!!!

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January 8, 2015

Will Fukushima Destroy America?

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January 6, 2015

Louie Gohmert will run for Speaker!!! Vote today 1/6/2015 / Boehner must go!!!!

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Gohmert Announces Run for Speaker of the House
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Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) released the following statement today regarding his decision to buck the status quo and challenge John Boehner in the race for House Speaker:

“After the November elections gave Republicans control of the Senate, voters made clear they wanted change. There have been numerous examples of problematic Republican leadership, but we were hopeful our leaders got the voters’ message. However, after our Speaker forced through the CRomnibus by passing it with Democratic votes and without time to read it, it seemed clear that we needed new leadership. There had been much discussion. But, until yesterday, no one had stepped up.

I applaud my friend Rep. Ted Yoho for putting his name forward as an alternative to the status quo. Ted is a good man for whom I could vote, but I have heard from many supporters and also friends in Congress who have urged me to put forward my name for Speaker as well to increase our chances of change. That is why I am also offering my name as a candidate for Speaker.

There is false information being floated that any Republican candidates in addition to the current Speaker will split the vote and give the Speaker’s gavel to Congresswoman Pelosi. This is nothing but a scare tactic to keep the current regime in power.

As long as Republicans vote for an adult American citizen for Speaker, no Democrat can win. Only if 59 Republicans voted “Present” would there be a chance for a Democrat to win.

To win the Speaker’s race, an adult American citizen has to get a clear majority of all Members of Congress on the House floor voting for an eligible person. Voting “Present” simply reduces the number of votes required to win a majority. If no one wins a majority on the first ballot, then we go to a second vote, then a third, until someone gets a majority.

At this point, the Speaker’s election is not about a particular candidate. It is about whether we keep the status quo or make the change the country demands. I am putting forward my name for consideration as Speaker and hope that with a new Speaker, be that me or someone else, we can fight for the ideals and principles that the voters wanted when they elected us in November.”

Congressman Gohmert is the Vice Chair of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security. Prior to being elected to serve in Congress, Louie was elected to three terms as District Judge in Smith County, Texas. He was appointed by Texas Governor Rick Perry to complete a term as Chief Justice of the 12th Court of Appeals.

January 5, 2015

This Ordinance should must be adopted in every county west of the Mississippi! President Clinton got it right!!



WHEREAS: Executive Order 13132 passed by President William Clinton and has not been repealed or replaced and filed into the public record at Federal Register Volume 64, Number 153 (Tuesday, August 10, 1999) Presidential Documents
Pages 43255-43259
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office
[FR Doc No: 99-20729]; and

WHEREAS: The County of Greenlee wishes to adopt Executive Order 13132 as written and attached herein as a part of this ordinance, each and every part without exception; and

WHEREAS: The County of Greenlee partakes of benefits from the Federal Government in the forms of grants, subsidies, and direct allocations in the nature of monies in lieu of taxes; and

WHEREAS: The County of Greenlee is a political subdivision of the union state Arizona with the presence of federal agencies and federal employees; and

WHEREAS: The state of Arizona has through its legislature and Governor enacted Arizona Revised Statute Chapter 26,(ARS 26-251through 26-253) and Arizona Revised Statute Chapter 37 (ARS 37-620.00 through 37-620.02) has not ceded Legislative Jurisdiction pursuant to Title 40 U.S.C. sections 3111 and 3112 to the United States and does not recognize any Federal Lands or Federal Enclaves within Greenlee County, pursuant to the Constitution of the United States at Article 1 Section 8 Clause 17. The researcher Wray S. Shildnect’s affidavit recorded in the public record in Greenlee County at 2007-00589, confirms the Congressional Report generated during the Eisenhower Administration entitled Report of the Interdepartmental Committee for the Study of Jurisdiction Over Federal Areas Within the States, Part 1 and Part 2, April 1956 and 1957; and

WHEREAS: In the spirit of the “Separation of Powers Doctrine” and the “Cooperative Federalism Doctrine”; and

WHEREAS: In the spirit of the “Public Trust Doctrine” and the “Oath of Office” of each and every public official both state and federal; and

WHEREAS: Family based and run ranching, farming and mining operations have private property rights established under the common law, laws and customs of the times and recognized by the courts as grants under the Northwest Ordinance of 1787, in the form of water rights, possessory rights and land patents; and

WHEREAS: Inhabitants of the local, rural communities have possessory rights in the nature of non commercial use of gravel, rock , wood, plant products such as pine nuts and hunting prescriptive easements and rights of way; and

WHEREAS: These pre-existing private property rights acquired under the local, disposal and pre-emption laws were recognized by the United States in the Guadalupe-Hidalgo Treaty of 1848, promulgated by “Kearny’s Code” of September 22, 1846 and the July 25, 1866 [14 stat. 251] right of way and other purpose Act, and every public land law thereafter; and

WHEREAS: The Constitution of the United States did not grant Authority over these lands pursuant to Article I Section 8 clause 17 and the plenary powers of the United States under the territorial clause at Article IV Section 3 clause 2 vanished upon statehood of Arizona on February 14, 1912 and the relationship between the republic state of Arizona and the United States is a cooperative relationship and the Constitution of the United States and the doctrine of “Separation of Powers” is still the highest law of the land ; and

WHEREAS: The Board of County Supervisors recognizes that the United States has no police powers within the boundaries of the state of Arizona and that the Board of County Supervisors is primarily responsible for the protection of the health, safety and well being (Police Powers) of the Citizens of Greenlee County and for the customs, culture and economic vitality of the county’s ranching, farming, mining and business economic sectors, pursuant to the Tenth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States; and

WHEREAS: The Board of County Supervisors of Greenlee County under the Home Rule Doctrine of Arizona and the police powers and the Constitution of Arizona and the Laws of Arizona and the doctrine of “Lex Loci” and the Doctrine of “Comity” has a duty to establish the proper relationship of all parties concerned; and

WHEREAS: The Board of County Supervisors of Greenlee County under the laws of Arizona shall mandate that the sheriff of Greenlee County enforce the provisions of this Ordinance and to invoke the Posse Comitatus Act (The power and force of the county) to aid him in keeping the peace; and

WHEREAS: In the event of none compliance, that the Board of County Supervisors of Greenlee County, exercise the provisions of Section 8 Accountability and report to the office of Management and Budget the none compliance thereof the parts of Executive Order number 13132; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of County Supervisors of Greenlee County, Arizona that this ordinance adopting Executive Order 13132 be adopted in its entirety without exception and the Executive Order 13132 by made a part of this ordinance; and

Section 1. PURPOSE

The purpose of the Greenlee County Ordinance is to establish harmony and to dispel the distrust that has been created by none compliance with federal mandates, the abuse of authority and disrespect for the laws that has affected the citizens, their properties and their liberties. It is to establish a policy of equal protection of laws both the mandates of Federal Law and mandates of State Law and enable federal agencies to fully comply with these mandates through coordination that enables the federal agencies to resolve inconsistencies between federal proposals and Greenlee County Policies. These mandates are included in the Organic Act of 1897, Taylor Grazing Act of 1934, FLPMA 1976 (90 State. 1743, Public Law 94-579) specifically Section 202(c)(9), Public Rangeland Improvement Act of 1978 Sections 4 and 8, the mandates of NEPA and to enforce Section 701 of FLPMA in regards to pre-existing rights in the nature of water, easements rights of way and possessory interests.


All meetings will conform to the requirements of the Arizona Open Meetings Act.

PASSED, APPROVED and ADOPTED during a regular Greenlee County Supervisor’s meeting on _______________, 2014


ATTEST: ________________________________
David Gomez District I

_________________________ ________________________________
Clerk Ron S. Campbell District II

(seal) __________________________________
Robert Corbell District III

[Federal Register Volume 64, Number 153 (Tuesday, August 10, 1999)]
[Presidential Documents]
[Pages 43255-43259]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office []
[FR Doc No: 99-20729]

Presidential Documents

Federal Register / Vol. 64, No. 153 / Tuesday, August 10, 1999 /
Presidential Documents


Title 3–
The President

[[Page 43255]]

Executive Order 13132 of August 4, 1999


By the authority vested in me as President by the
Constitution and the laws of the United States of
America, and in order to guarantee the division of
governmental responsibilities between the national
government and the States that was intended by the
Framers of the Constitution, to ensure that the
principles of federalism established by the Framers
guide the executive departments and agencies in the
formulation and implementation of policies, and to
further the policies of the Unfunded Mandates Reform
Act, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Definitions. For purposes of this order:

(a) “Policies that have federalism implications”
refers to regulations, legislative comments or proposed
legislation, and other policy statements or actions
that have substantial direct effects on the States, on
the relationship between the national government and
the States, or on the distribution of power and
responsibilities among the various levels of
(b) “State” or “States” refer to the States of
the United States of America, individually or
collectively, and, where relevant, to State
governments, including units of local government and
other political subdivisions established by the States.
(c) “Agency” means any authority of the United
States that is an “agency” under 44 U.S.C. 3502(1),
other than those considered to be independent
regulatory agencies, as defined in 44 U.S.C. 3502(5).
(d) “State and local officials” means elected
officials of State and local governments or their
representative national organizations.

Sec. 2. Fundamental Federalism Principles. In
formulating and implementing policies that have
federalism implications, agencies shall be guided by
the following fundamental federalism principles:

(a) Federalism is rooted in the belief that issues
that are not national in scope or significance are most
appropriately addressed by the level of government
closest to the people.
(b) The people of the States created the national
government and delegated to it enumerated governmental
powers. All other sovereign powers, save those
expressly prohibited the States by the Constitution,
are reserved to the States or to the people.
(c) The constitutional relationship among sovereign
governments, State and national, is inherent in the
very structure of the Constitution and is formalized in
and protected by the Tenth Amendment to the
(d) The people of the States are free, subject only
to restrictions in the Constitution itself or in
constitutionally authorized Acts of Congress, to define
the moral, political, and legal character of their
(e) The Framers recognized that the States possess
unique authorities, qualities, and abilities to meet
the needs of the people and should function as
laboratories of democracy.

[[Page 43256]]

(f) The nature of our constitutional system
encourages a healthy diversity in the public policies
adopted by the people of the several States according
to their own conditions, needs, and desires. In the
search for enlightened public policy, individual States
and communities are free to experiment with a variety
of approaches to public issues. One-size-fits-all
approaches to public policy problems can inhibit the
creation of effective solutions to those problems.
(g) Acts of the national government–whether
legislative, executive, or judicial in nature–that
exceed the enumerated powers of that government under
the Constitution violate the principle of federalism
established by the Framers.
(h) Policies of the national government should
recognize the responsibility of–and should encourage
opportunities for–individuals, families,
neighborhoods, local governments, and private
associations to achieve their personal, social, and
economic objectives through cooperative effort.
(i) The national government should be deferential
to the States when taking action that affects the
policymaking discretion of the States and should act
only with the greatest caution where State or local
governments have identified uncertainties regarding the
constitutional or statutory authority of the national

Sec. 3. Federalism Policymaking Criteria. In addition
to adhering to the fundamental federalism principles
set forth in section 2, agencies shall adhere, to the
extent permitted by law, to the following criteria when
formulating and implementing policies that have
federalism implications:

(a) There shall be strict adherence to
constitutional principles. Agencies shall closely
examine the constitutional and statutory authority
supporting any action that would limit the policymaking
discretion of the States and shall carefully assess the
necessity for such action. To the extent practicable,
State and local officials shall be consulted before any
such action is implemented. Executive Order 12372 of
July 14, 1982 (“Intergovernmental Review of Federal
Programs”) remains in effect for the programs and
activities to which it is applicable.
(b) National action limiting the policymaking
discretion of the States shall be taken only where
there is constitutional and statutory authority for the
action and the national activity is appropriate in
light of the presence of a problem of national
significance. Where there are significant uncertainties
as to whether national action is authorized or
appropriate, agencies shall consult with appropriate
State and local officials to determine whether Federal
objectives can be attained by other means.
(c) With respect to Federal statutes and
regulations administered by the States, the national
government shall grant the States the maximum
administrative discretion possible. Intrusive Federal
oversight of State administration is neither necessary
nor desirable.
(d) When undertaking to formulate and implement
policies that have federalism implications, agencies
L (1) encourage States to develop their own
policies to achieve program objectives and to work with
appropriate officials in other States;
L (2) where possible, defer to the States to
establish standards;
L (3) in determining whether to establish uniform
national standards, consult with appropriate State and
local officials as to the need for national standards
and any alternatives that would limit the scope of
national standards or otherwise preserve State
prerogatives and authority; and
L (4) where national standards are required by
Federal statutes, consult with appropriate State and
local officials in developing those standards.

[[Page 43257]]

Sec. 4. Special Requirements for Preemption. Agencies,
in taking action that preempts State law, shall act in
strict accordance with governing law.

(a) Agencies shall construe, in regulations and
otherwise, a Federal statute to preempt State law only
where the statute contains an express preemption
provision or there is some other clear evidence that
the Congress intended preemption of State law, or where
the exercise of State authority conflicts with the
exercise of Federal authority under the Federal
(b) Where a Federal statute does not preempt State
law (as addressed in subsection (a) of this section),
agencies shall construe any authorization in the
statute for the issuance of regulations as authorizing
preemption of State law by rulemaking only when the
exercise of State authority directly conflicts with the
exercise of Federal authority under the Federal statute
or there is clear evidence to conclude that the
Congress intended the agency to have the authority to
preempt State law.
(c) Any regulatory preemption of State law shall be
restricted to the minimum level necessary to achieve
the objectives of the statute pursuant to which the
regulations are promulgated.
(d) When an agency foresees the possibility of a
conflict between State law and Federally protected
interests within its area of regulatory responsibility,
the agency shall consult, to the extent practicable,
with appropriate State and local officials in an effort
to avoid such a conflict.
(e) When an agency proposes to act through
adjudication or rulemaking to preempt State law, the
agency shall provide all affected State and local
officials notice and an opportunity for appropriate
participation in the proceedings.

Sec. 5. Special Requirements for Legislative Proposals.
Agencies shall not submit to the Congress legislation
that would:

(a) directly regulate the States in ways that would
either interfere with functions essential to the
States’ separate and independent existence or be
inconsistent with the fundamental federalism principles
in section 2;
(b) attach to Federal grants conditions that are
not reasonably related to the purpose of the grant; or
(c) preempt State law, unless preemption is
consistent with the fundamental federalism principles
set forth in section 2, and unless a clearly legitimate
national purpose, consistent with the federalism
policymaking criteria set forth in section 3, cannot
otherwise be met.

Sec. 6. Consultation.

(a) Each agency shall have an accountable process
to ensure meaningful and timely input by State and
local officials in the development of regulatory
policies that have federalism implications. Within 90
days after the effective date of this order, the head
of each agency shall designate an official with
principal responsibility for the agency’s
implementation of this order and that designated
official shall submit to the Office of Management and
Budget a description of the agency’s consultation
(b) To the extent practicable and permitted by law,
no agency shall promulgate any regulation that has
federalism implications, that imposes substantial
direct compliance costs on State and local governments,
and that is not required by statute, unless:
L (1) funds necessary to pay the direct costs
incurred by the State and local governments in
complying with the regulation are provided by the
Federal Government; or
L (2) the agency, prior to the formal promulgation
of the regulation,

L (A) consulted with State and local officials early
in the process of developing the proposed

[[Page 43258]]

L (B) in a separately identified portion of the
preamble to the regulation as it is to be issued in
the Federal Register, provides to the Director of
the Office of Management and Budget a federalism
summary impact statement, which consists of a
description of the extent of the agency’s prior
consultation with State and local officials, a
summary of the nature of their concerns and the
agency’s position supporting the need to issue the
regulation, and a statement of the extent to which
the concerns of State and local officials have been
met; and

L (C) makes available to the Director of the Office
of Management and Budget any written communications
submitted to the agency by State and local

(c) To the extent practicable and permitted by law,
no agency shall promulgate any regulation that has
federalism implications and that preempts State law,
unless the agency, prior to the formal promulgation of
the regulation,
L (1) consulted with State and local officials
early in the process of developing the proposed
L (2) in a separately identified portion of the
preamble to the regulation as it is to be issued in the
Federal Register, provides to the Director of the
Office of Management and Budget a federalism summary
impact statement, which consists of a description of
the extent of the agency’s prior consultation with
State and local officials, a summary of the nature of
their concerns and the agency’s position supporting the
need to issue the regulation, and a statement of the
extent to which the concerns of State and local
officials have been met; and
L (3) makes available to the Director of the
Office of Management and Budget any written
communications submitted to the agency by State and
local officials.

Sec. 7. Increasing Flexibility for State and Local

(a) Agencies shall review the processes under which
State and local governments apply for waivers of
statutory and regulatory requirements and take
appropriate steps to streamline those processes.
(b) Each agency shall, to the extent practicable
and permitted by law, consider any application by a
State for a waiver of statutory or regulatory
requirements in connection with any program
administered by that agency with a general view toward
increasing opportunities for utilizing flexible policy
approaches at the State or local level in cases in
which the proposed waiver is consistent with applicable
Federal policy objectives and is otherwise appropriate.
(c) Each agency shall, to the extent practicable
and permitted by law, render a decision upon a complete
application for a waiver within 120 days of receipt of
such application by the agency. If the application for
a waiver is not granted, the agency shall provide the
applicant with timely written notice of the decision
and the reasons therefor.
(d) This section applies only to statutory or
regulatory requirements that are discretionary and
subject to waiver by the agency.

Sec. 8. Accountability.

(a) In transmitting any draft final regulation that
has federalism implications to the Office of Management
and Budget pursuant to Executive Order 12866 of
September 30, 1993, each agency shall include a
certification from the official designated to ensure
compliance with this order stating that the
requirements of this order have been met in a
meaningful and timely manner.
(b) In transmitting proposed legislation that has
federalism implications to the Office of Management and
Budget, each agency shall include a certification from
the official designated to ensure compliance with this
order that all relevant requirements of this order have
been met.

[[Page 43259]]

(c) Within 180 days after the effective date of
this order, the Director of the Office of Management
and Budget and the Assistant to the President for
Intergovernmental Affairs shall confer with State and
local officials to ensure that this order is being
properly and effectively implemented.

Sec. 9. Independent Agencies. Independent regulatory
agencies are encouraged to comply with the provisions
of this order.

Sec. 10. General Provisions.

(a) This order shall supplement but not supersede
the requirements contained in Executive Order 12372
(“Intergovernmental Review of Federal Programs”),
Executive Order 12866 (“Regulatory Planning and
Review”), Executive Order 12988 (“Civil Justice
Reform”), and OMB Circular A-19.
(b) Executive Order 12612 (“Federalism”),
Executive Order 12875 (“Enhancing the
Intergovernmental Partnership”), Executive Order 13083
(“Federalism”), and Executive Order 13095
(“Suspension of Executive Order 13083”) are revoked.
(c) This order shall be effective 90 days after the
date of this order.

Sec. 11. Judicial Review. This order is intended only
to improve the internal management of the executive
branch, and is not intended to create any right or
benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law
by a party against the United States, its agencies, its
officers, or any person.

(Presidential Sig.)


August 4, 1999.

[FR Doc. 99-20729
Filed 8-9-99; 8:45 am]
Billing code 3195-01-P

January 4, 2015

Great News, the results of voting for these bastards!!!

Filed under: My Posts — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , — thearizonasentinel @ 5:36 pm

Subject: Here is what happened on January 1, 2015 :

​WHO AUTHORIZED THIS ?​ Answer below….

Date: December 31, 2014 at 11:14:04 AM PST
Here is what happened on Jan 1, 2015:
Top Medicare tax goes from 1.45% to 2.35%

Top Income tax bracket goes from 35% to 39.6%

Top Income payroll tax goes from 37.4% to 52.2%

Capital Gains tax goes from 15% to 28%

Dividends tax goes from 15% to 39.6%

Estate tax goes from 0% to 55%

Remember these facts:

These taxes were all passed only with Democrat votes, no Republicans voted for these taxes.

These taxes were all passed under the Affordable Care Act.

If you think that it is important that everyone in the U.S. should know this, pass it on. If not, then delete it.

Support the 1st and 2nd Amendments … one does not survive without the other!
“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves” Abraham Lincoln.

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