Perspectives: Bundy Ranch, 4 years later

And he acquired those rights through long term and continuous “beneficial use.” No Mildred, the Feral (not a typo) government does not “own” these rights. Some of the ranchers in the West look at grazing fees as “taxes” on the grazing and water rights. Either way…it doesn’t amount to anything but armed robbery. — jtl, 419

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The Bureau of Land Management had been at odds with Bundy since 1993 when he refused to go along with their attempts to convert the grazing and water rights he owned into rented privileges for which he must pay their bureaucracy.
A Handbook for Ranch Managers And he acquired those rights through long term and continuous “beneficial use.” No Mildred, the Feral (not a typo) government does not “own” these rights. Some of the ranchers in the West look at grazing fees as “taxes” on the grazing and water rights. Either way…it doesn’t amount to anything but armed robbery. — jtl, 419
This composite of St. George News file photos shows various gatherings and activities incident to the Bundy Ranch standoff with federal authorities in and around Bunkerville, Nevada, 2014 | File photos by Mori Kessler; submitted photos, St. George News

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