Category Archives: Land Rights

No Harm, No “Fowl” – if History Holds True

Idaho landowners and leaseholders may find themselves – and their property and lease rights, severely restricted in the coming year.  The reason?  The Greater Sage grouse.  Or perhaps better stated, those who wish to see it become listed as an … Continue reading

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Private Property or Pure Insanity?

The famous song “This Land is My Land”, originally written in the mid 1940’s included a verse that said, There was a big high wall there that tried to stop me; Sign was painted, it said private property; But on … Continue reading

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Public Interest or Private Greed?

This relatively unassuming pink house would be just that, if it weren’t the relatively unassuming pink house that belonged to a woman name Susette Kelo, and if this relatively unassuming house didn’t used to be located in the middle of … Continue reading

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Dust Free Dirt Wanted

Courtesy of AgInfo.com: The EPA is out with a new five-year strategic plan that calls for a cleaner, greener, more sustainable environment. But agriculture sees it as a call for an ever-increasing regulatory burden. Farm Bureau Regulatory Specialist Rick Krause … Continue reading

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Food For Thought…

A couple quotes to whet your appetite… Where an excess of power prevails, property of no sort is duly respected. No man is safe in his opinions, his person, his faculties, or his possessions.   That is not a just government, … Continue reading

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We Will Not Be “Taken”

Federal and state governments seem to be making a practice of abusing the Constitution’s protections for property owners, circumventing their rights through regulatory takings.  By restricting the use of a property owner through regulatory restriction, thus diminishing his or her … Continue reading

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