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Discussion in 'Political Action Forum' started by hartfish, Dec 6, 2017.
Aren't those are some pretty good mineral lands, ripe for mining?
Given the current state that is not a determiner of what is right.
Wall Street Journal.
Nice to get the "other side of the story", which is quite different from the caterwauling coming from what appear to be a bunch of outdoor writers who simply mimic each others wailing.
Sitka is even against it:
Why not just make all land a national monument? The hunting would be awesome!
Well that settles it.
I can take the Sitka jacket off of my Christmas list.
Here's a good response from Steve Rinella:
I think that Steve and a couple thousand of his fans need to step up and buy wild places such as this- and then donate them to the government with whatever restrictions they choose to place on them.
Isn't Rinella's show based on taking game for free on all sorts of public lands while the rest of us working schmucks are doing the 9 to 5 grind in order to submit taxes to a government that then buys and administers these places?
They should also fund the upkeep, law enforcement and pay taxes on it.
Are you trying to insinuate that Steve doesn't pay taxes?