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it would make more sense to pay nothing in way of taxes and licenses until the government becomes what it is supposed to be and not simply the representative's of corporations and the politicians criminal handlers.
reply to post by bobs_uruncle
Redress is through the courts? WTF are you implying? That the courts are honest and that they are controlled by honest administrators in DC? ROFLMAO. The entire system is corrupt so how you going to get justice when the criminals in DC can change the law at will? And then their court enforcers are forced to follow the DC criminals legal changes. And then the criminal police thugs are forced to follow the DC criminal legal changes. We have seen time and time again massive abuses of the justice system, you can't honestly believe that things have changed when the abuses continue daily.
You can't be serious LOL, I hope that "redress" comment was sarcastic - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
I'm not implying anything. Courts are the only vehicle to resolve this in a way that the USG will accept. The courts are influenced by public opinion to some extent. These cowboys aren't the only ones to ever be stuck with something they feel is unfair. Almost everyone has. Resolving something with violence is always temporary and therefore is a waste of time. Not paying taxes/fees for 20 years and this guy thinks he's free and clear? And others are willing to give all in an impromptu tax revolt?
Doesn't it make more sense to pay?
Anyone with facts please post them here.. I do not want to see natural news, infowars, and the likes.. I want straight sources...
I state above because they are as bad as the tabloid news papers you see in the supermarket.
The term grandfather clause in its current application refers to a legislative provision that permits an exemption based upon a preexisting condition. For example, through the application of grandfather clauses, certain prerogatives are extended to those regularly engaged in a particular profession, occupation, or business that is regulated by statute or ordinance. Such a clause might allow an individual, who has been in continuous practice in a particular profession for a specific period, to circumvent certain
reply to post by ThichHeaded
What I want to know, that family donated that land, in exchange for grazing rights forever. Why is it the state of NV is not putting their foot down and defending that generous family? And what of all the other ranchers, I am sure those families had a whole lot of history as well. It seems the state of NV just don't care about their people..... What kind of kickbacks is the state recieving for this, I would assume they have to be getting something to turn their backs like that. Without people like the Bundys the state of NV would have never existed afterall.edit on Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:17:49 -0500 by TKDRL because: (no reason given)
Originally from Illinois, the Mormon patriarch Abraham Bundy (born 1859) moved his young family to Mohave County, Arizona about 1897 (twenty years after the claimed 1877). Previous to that, they'd lived in Nebraska. Bundyville, a defunct town in Mohave County, Arizona, is named for this family and pretty much all of them are buried there in the Mt Trumbull Cemetery.
Cliven's father David Ammon Bundy was born in Mohave County, AZ and as late as WWII, he was still living there. He is apparently the family member who moved to Nevada, sometime between 1942 and 1996. He died there in 1996. Cliven's son Ammon (he of the bloody taser wound) is named for him.
No telling when David Ammon Bundy arrived in Clark County, Nevada, but it was at least 70 years after the claimed 1877.
For perspective, Clark County, Nevada is adjacent to Mohave County, Arizona but it is desolate land with few roads and lots of geographical formations that make traveling difficult. The 92 miles between Bunkerville, NV and Bundyville, Arizona takes over 3 hrs by car.
Born: 3 Apr 1944 in Mount Trumbull, Mohave, Arizona
Buried: in Mount Trumbull, Mohave, Arizona
Under the act no cultivation of lands was required, but some range improvements were mandated as necessary.
Over 80% of the Nevada area is owned by the federal
government, as homesteads of maximum 640 acres
) in the arid state were generally too little
land for a viable farm. Instead, early settlers would homestead land surrounding a water source, and then graze cattle on the adjacent public land, which is useless without access to water.
David A Bundy
October 27, 1942
Mohave County, Arizona