by Jon Ralston Sat, 04/19/2014 - 11:26
The Bureau of Land Management, which has been noticeably silent since backing off the Bundy Ranch roundup, needs to publicly explain what happened or uninformed and incendiary voices will dominate the discussion, a former, high-ranking agency staffer said. "After watching the news cycle during the last 48 hours it's time for you and others to start putting some pressure on DOI(Department of Interior) /BLM to explain themselves," said Mike Ford, who worked for the BLM for 25 years in five states...
Update: After the commentary posted below, Reid expanded his attack beyond Cliven Bundy's supporters and called the rancher a "domestic terrorist...
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday that the armed supporters of rancher Cliven Bundy are "domestic terrorists."  "These people who hold...
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A federal marshal and local law enforcement should arrest Cliven Bundy and incarcerate him until his cows are removed from public land, a longtime...
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