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"bundy ranch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A range war with each passing day. More and more protesters arrived to support the bundy's one of them carrying an AK47. the millers were among them. Jared gave interviews to news crews for this one with Al Jazeera America. Jared tricked out for armed resistance against the new world order full camouflage and a black tactical vest, packing, a rifle and a handgun afraid of death. I'm afraid of being slave. I'm afraid of living under tyranny. Jared said to a TV news crew while heavily armed, but he was willing to die for his beliefs. The millers believed that they were oppressed by tarantula police state, but the loss still wasn't watching them after he threatened violence in a phone call. Detectives gave them a pass and his sovereign citizen beliefs didn't raise eyebrows at the Bundy ranch. Remember it was illegal for him. A former felon to even possess a weapon that would have been reason enough to arrest him in another interview at the ranch with NBC affiliate K R N V Jared said I feel sorry for any federal agents that want to come in here and try to push us around or anything like that. I I really don't want violence toward them. But if they're going to come bring violence to us. Well, if that's language they want to speak. We'll learn well that sounds kind of like a menacing statement. I have to tell you. But it wasn't violence that ended their stay at the Bundy ranch David night where it says it was the bundy's they realized that he was trouble and they asked him to leave while the couple was at the ranch. Amanda lost her. Job at hobby lobby the millers were broke and couldn't pay their rent. A neighbor they'd befriended took them in until Sunday June two thousand fourteen that's the day Las Vegas emergency dispatchers field. A blizzard of phone calls twenty to forty seconds. Name. Outside inside. Yeah. The suspects on foot, Jared and Amanda. The white male about twenty five or thirty a white female. That's about the same age. Teams officers converge on the pizza place by writing. One more unit inside there's a horrific scene. Now. Here's.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Range war with each passing day. More and more protesters arrived to support the bundy's one of them carrying an AK forty seven the millers were among them. Jared gave interviews to news crews for this one with Al Jazeera America. Jared tricked out for armed resistance against the new world order full camouflage and a black tactical vest, packing, a rifle and a handgun afraid of death. I'm afraid of being slave. I'm afraid of living under tyranny. Jared said to a TV news crew while heavily armed, but he was willing to die for his beliefs. The millers believed that they were oppressed by tarantula police state, but the law still wasn't watching them after he threatened violence in a phone call detective gave them a pass and his sovereign citizen beliefs didn't raise eyebrows at the Bundy ranch. Remember it was illegal for him. A former felon to even possess a weapon that would have been reason enough to arrest him in another interview at the ranch with NBC affiliate K R N V Jared said I feel sorry for any federal agents that want to come in here and try to push us around or anything like that. I really don't want violence toward them. But if they're going to come bring violence to us. Well, if that's language they want to speak. We'll learn it. Well, that sounds kind of like a menacing statement. I have to tell you. But it wasn't violence that ended their stay at the Bundy ranch David nine where it says. It was the bundy's they realized that he was trouble. And they asked him believe while the couple was at the ranch. Amanda lost her. Job at hobby lobby the millers broke and couldn't pay their rent. A neighbor they'd befriended took them in until Sunday. Eight two thousand fourteen that's the day Las Vegas emergency dispatchers field. A blizzard found calls twenty two fourteen. Yeah. A believer. A guy. Outside inside cici's pizza. Yeah. The suspects on foot. The white male about twenty five or thirty a white female. That's about the same age. Teams. Officers converge on the pizza place. By writing. One more unit inside there's a horrific scene. Feces now..

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To another politician. They crashed my campaign Lynch. That's Gordon Martinez. He was campaigning for sheriff on the idea that the Vegas. Police department was corrupt. He'd been a detective in that department. It didn't take him along to feel nervous about the millers. Jared started out by saying jeez. I wanna help I want to be part of your campaign for sheriff. And then he began explaining his criminal record in his opinion. Really didn't mount to a whole lot. He declined Jared's offer of help. He just wasn't getting it in. I just had to say you can't be anywhere near me. And I can't be anywhere near you. But the millers didn't fade quietly away. Gordon kept spotting them at political events around town. There. They are there. They are in. And that was I was always kind of expecting some type of acting out. There's just a little voice in the back of my mind said keep your eye on this guy because he's he's a weirdo. Another place Jared and Amanda turned up the Bundy ranch where they would find an even bigger stage for their radical views bowed to attend standoff between an Vata rancher and armed supporters on one side and the federal government on the other. This was an April of two thousand fourteen when rancher cliven Bundy escalated a decades long dispute with the federal government over his refusal to pay fees for grazing his cattle on public lands. His arms supporters gathered at the ranch outside Las Vegas on social media. They've called it a.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"War with each passing day. More and more protesters arrived to support the bundy's one of them carrying an AK forty seven the millers were among them. Jared gave interviews to news crews for this one with aljazeera America Jared's tricked out for armed resistance against the new world order full camouflage and a black tactical vest, packing, a rifle and a handgun afraid of death. I'm afraid of being slave. I'm afraid of living under tyranny. Jared said to a TV news crew while heavily armed, but he was willing to die for his beliefs. The millers believed that they were oppressed by tyrannical police state. But the loss still wasn't watching them after he threatened violence in phone call. Detectives gave them a pass and his sovereign citizen beliefs didn't raise eyebrows at the Bundy ranch. Remember it was illegal for him. A former felon to even possess a weapon that would have been reason enough to arrest him in another interview at the ranch with NBC affiliate K R N V Jared said I feel sorry for any federal agents that want to come in here and try to push us around or anything like that. I I really don't want violence toward them. But if they're going to come bring violence to us. Well, if that's language they want to speak. We'll learn it. That sounds kind of like a menacing statement. I have to tell you. But it wasn't violence that ended their stay at the Bundy ranch. David says, it was the bundy's they realized that he was just trouble. And they asked him believe while the couple was at the ranch. Amanda lost her. Job at hobby lobby the millers were broke and couldn't pay the rent a neighbor they'd befriended took them in until Sunday, June eight two thousand fourteen that's the day Las Vegas emergency dispatchers field. A blizzard of phone calls eleven twenty to fourteen seconds. Yeah. I'm a believer. I just got. Outside. Bye. Bye. The suspects on foot, Jared and Amanda. The white male about twenty five or thirty a white female. That's about the same age keys. Officers converge on the pizza place by writing one more unit inside there's a horrific scene. Feces now..

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They crashed my campaign luncheon. That's Gordon Martinez. He was campaigning for sheriff on the idea that the Vegas. Police department was corrupt. He'd been a detective in that department. It didn't take him long to feel nervous about the millers. Jared started out by saying jeez. I wanna help I want to be part of your campaign for sheriff. And then he began explaining his criminal record in his opinion. Really didn't mount to a whole lot. He declined Jared's offer of help. He just wasn't getting it. And I finally just had to say you can't be anywhere near me. And I can't be anywhere near you. But the millers didn't fade quietly away. Gordon kept spotting them at political events around town. There. They are there. They are in. And I was I was always kind of expecting some type of acting out. There's just a little voice in the back of my mind said keep your eye on this guy because he's he's a weirdo. Another place Jared and Amanda turned up the Bundy ranch where they would find an even bigger stage for their radical views now to attend standoff between a rancher and armed supporters on one side and the federal government on the other. This was in April of two thousand fourteen when rancher cliven Bundy escalated a decades long dispute with the federal government over his refusal to pay fees for grazing his cattle on public lands. His arms supporters gathered at the ranch outside Las Vegas on social media. They've called it.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It a range war with each passing day. More and more protesters arrived to support the bundy's one of them carrying an AK47. the millers were among them. Jared gave interviews to news crews for this one with aljazeera America Jared's tricked out for armed resistance against the new world order full camouflage and a black tactical vest, packing, a rifle and a handgun. I'm not afraid of death. I'm afraid of being a slave. I'm afraid of living under tyranny. Jared said to a TV news crew while heavily armed that. He was willing to die for his beliefs. The millers believed that they were oppressed by a tarantula police state, but the loss still wasn't watching them after he threatened violence in a phone call. Detectives gave them a pass and his sovereign citizen beliefs didn't raise eyebrows at the Bundy ranch. Remember it was illegal for him. A former felon to even possess a weapon that would have been reason enough to arrest him in another interview at the ranch with NBC affiliate K R N V Jared said I feel sorry for any federal agents that want to come in here and try to push us around or anything like that. I I really don't want violence toward them. But if they're going to come bring violence to us. Well, if that's language they want to speak. We'll learn well that sounds kind of like a menacing statement. I have to tell you. But it wasn't violence that ended their stay at the Bundy ranch. David says, it was the bundy's they realized that he was trouble. And they asked him to leave. While the couple was at the ranch. Amanda, lost her job at hobby lobby. The millers were broke and couldn't pay their rent. A neighbor they'd befriended took them in until Sunday June two thousand fourteen that's the day Las Vegas emergency dispatchers field. A blizzard of phone calls twenty two fourteen. A guy just your voice. Outside inside. Yeah. The suspects on foot, Jared and Amanda. White male about twenty five or thirty a white female. That's about the same age. How many officers converge on the pizza place? By writing one more unit inside there's a horrific scene. Feces now. Now,.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Up Muslims we are Oh Tolerant, yes it even after nine, eleven there wasn't any outbreak of violence against, Muslims but but if you really want to carry it a step, further can you imagine if this group in New Mexico were white? Supremacist, exactly. Right if they were just they were just NRA members or. Anybody like did we eighty five thousand live? Shots Spike Lee would be done, air filming a, movie look at these, people so so why you know. So so you owes at this double standard. Exists so you saw the coverage of the Bundy ranch and you remember there were. Helicopters it was where it was. Huge However The key after the after the police finally stepped in in Portland and sent everybody. Home we find out that antifa had had taken and really kidnapped federal. Agents they had kept them against their will block to them in their own building the ice building and wouldn't release them calls for the. Police the police say the mayor, said we can't help you federal agents had to come. In we're with satellite trucks where were the helicopters on that? Bill, well it's even worse than. That you had, individuals one of whom owned a food? Truck. Yes Galling the local Portland police I worked in Portland I don't know whether you. Know that or not I anchored the news on k. a. t. you beautiful town and when I was there in the eighties it was liberal but it wasn't, insane liberal now it's insane liberal so. There were individuals, who felt that they. Were endanger American citizens and they call the police and the police simply were ordered by. The mayor who is also the police Commissioner how insane is that all. Right they will ordered not to help neon involving non involved citizens that felt threatened right people who would just around that compound selling hot. Dogs so what you have is, a violation of the mayor's because he swore to uphold. The constitution and part of the constitution is law enforcement protects? People, in danger and that's why. We have law, enforcement that's why they're they got those? Power That's why they carry a gun that's why they're allowed to arrest you so you're right I mean I I didn't see CNN down there, I think they mentioned it but not. You know you, see the Bundy ranch Bundy ranch but. On Bill O'Reilly. Dot com, my, solution to the problem as always. Very clear and very vivid, I said, that they, should send Paul Manafort too Okay so, mad afford just maybe on a weekend furlough from his solitary confinement could just go to the rose city everybody would be there and, when it comes to win let me go back to the house story when it comes to the story you have Linda Sarsour just at the last is no it's. Nikolov conference praising as a mentor as a guy who plays a big role in her life is is calling her and encouraging her and. Teaching her about Islam this guy that she says is that is the father of this guy who was holding these children and teaching them how to, to kill, does this play any role in. The media not covering that Linda Sarsour who's the founder and the. One of the lead organizers of the women's movement I don't think so I I don't even think the media smart enough to put that together but remember, Linda Sarsour is Louis Farrakhan's big I know so Bill how can you say they're not smart enough to put that together I'm a disc jockey together I'm an old. Disc jockey man I'm smart enough to put that together okay but in order to put that together you have to have a frame of. Reference all right explain that to Stu are? You've got actually know what happened in the past and who the players were you telling me Don lemon He's going to put that together, back is. That what, you're telling me here no I think that Don lemon and others?.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Muslims we are Oh Tolerant. Yes even after nine, eleven there wasn't any outbreak of violence against, Muslims but but if you really want to carry it a step, further can you imagine if this group in New Mexico were white? Supremacist, exactly. Right if they were just if they were just NRA members or anybody that I. Did we eighty five thousand live. Shots Spike Lee would be, done filming a, movie look at these, people so you, know so so, you At this double standard exists so. You saw the coverage of, the Bundy ranch, and you remember there, were helicopters where it. Was huge However Because after the after the police finally stepped in in Portland and sent everybody, home we find out that antifa had had taken and really kidnapped federal. Agents they had kept them against their will block to them in their own building the ice building and wouldn't release them calls for the. Police the police say the mayor, said we can't help you federal agents had to come in where with satellite, trucks where were the helicopters on that, Bill even worse than, that you had, individuals one of whom owned a food? Truck. Yes Galling the local Portland police I worked in Portland I don't know whether you know that or. Not I anchored the news on k. a. t. you beautiful town and when I was there in the eighties it was liberal but it wasn't insane liberal now, it's insane liberal so there were individuals. Who felt that, they were endanger American citizens and they call the police and the police simply were ordered by the mayor, who is also the police Commissioner how insane is that.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Fourteen fifty what did your dad teach you that that really strikes a chord with you and you've never forgotten it and it had a lasting impression because i'm telling you are fathers and husbands are so important i'll never forget mel bundy one of the bundy brothers being incarcerated for two years and it was the one of the best things i've ever heard is that he said about his children he said i'm not doing this because he was standing for liberty had he actually was thrown into jail for two years for having a flag an american flag on horseback that's literally there wasn't anything else he did and he stood at the at the bundy ranch and then he was thrown into jail and he said i'm not i'm standing i'm doing this not so my kids won't have to i'm teaching them how to stand how to stand that had a lasting impact on me on what his daughter's got to see him do and go through for liberty for fighting for freedom high collar welcome to the show go right ahead hello there dad was a musician up in san valley and the fifties with the show dahlie trio one thing that i remember about him was him and the other gentleman in the band went to trail creek cabin which is a famous kevin above of sun valley and they put together the lyrics and the music for the hokey pokey that's my claim to fame my dad did teach me how to golf i love that too had a stepdad and this is a dad that sent me to military school in ninth grade kicking and screaming but at the same time coming away trout how did i actually had some discipline i was in the drill team and he set the stage for me to become an entrepreneur and so he's set a good example on how to follow through in life.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on WWL

"To the show hi i just wanted to make a couple points you talked about sugar daddies but that's really a relationship between two people that would be hard to prove prostitution but prostitution is someone on the street taking money for sex from a total stranger which is very dangerous of course but you know i often wonder why is the bundy ranch able to operate in the open our they'd legal do they have a license they have to yeah they have a license and it's it's perfectly legal why don't the prostitute on the street why aren't they legal well they might be there might be some of that that's legalizing i'm not look i'm not an expert on prostitutes in vegas or anywhere so if somebody knows i'd like to know but is but is if there's there's a prostitute that comes to a hotel in vegas is is that legal because it's not legal in in new orleans but my point about the the sugar daddies is that in theory venezia form in my opinion of of prostitution but i understand the distinction you make but this is about trading sex for money and that's what prostitution is yeah cover i'm sorry was an abused child but i'm listening or you're and you're what ordering some saw food as bruises and blood on the boy's what face is your what is your disorder was actually cheeseburgers blueberries black virtues i wanted to blueberries blackberries curious use about the bunny ranch and y to they show that even the boy you had know goo been on tv on his and face because the but album why was the woman titled on a boy the street named goo is is picked up and and arrested i just thought in that was so what outrageous well it's it's that people it's would interpret based it on that way.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The population became twothirds black but the power structure city hall the police was overwhelmingly white didn't have the tax base it couldn't raise they couldn't find the money to pay for this bureaucracy through the mayor's salary the deputy mayor etc etc so the instructed the police who don't have enough to do in this country to shake people up jay walking double jaywalking you didn't come to jaywalking core you go to jail for the night the blood your blood that you've got on the deputies uniform aftershock judy's these reports you get the dry cleaning bill so if you look at it that way the government the local government was the local people's enemy they weren't working for him getting the schools better the roads fix they were shaking them down now if you go to the bundy ranch which is white rural people wh what harry reid in the developers doing it get off we're going to be developing here we're going to need this water hundred you know i know he didn't pay his grazing fees fine but all the neighbors were gone to get legislative right out of there right then a bunch of people on facebook that's who we wound up sent over there and then wind down when i got back sitting in an apartment waiting for va appointment has never come in you know what i'm saying they're angry and they show up and they're pointing guns at the government many times the government when in the same service branch that they were and i'm watching all this going way way way way is all working people we didn't do it to each other.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"I'm at hardly at ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob allow courage referring gland that so it all went down four years ago and we all remember it clive in bundy and his sons refused to pay federal grazing fees and then stared down the government agents as they attempted to confiscate their cattle if kicked off an armed standoff with many people hearing outcomes like ruby ridge after the situation cooled clive in in his two sons and a militia member were arrested demand in the words of live and bundy they were political prisoners ever since yesterday a federal judge threw out the government's case against the bunte's and set them all free the judge use the words flagrant and reckless not for the monday's those with the word she described as she used to describe the the government and the way they withheld evidence from the defence it turns out the information the federal agents were withholding were information a regarding records about surveillance at the bundy ranch maps about the government surveillance records about the presence of governments snipers fbi logs about activities of the ranch leading up to the standoff a twenty twelve a law enforcement assessment that found that the bunte's posed no threat and internal affairs reports about misconduct by b l m agents holy cow imagine if we went to war with a country and our soldiers misbehaved we did all kinds of research on it we had all kinds of facts that showed none of this was really true and the people that we went after there were reports that said they weren't really a threat to us and then the cia tried to cover it all up well that's exactly what this sounds like although the outcome for the bunny firmly turned out happy.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message come from jamila woods a musician and poet born and raised in the south side of chicago her critically acclaimed debut album heaven is a collection of songs of self love love for chicago and love for the black women she calls friends heaven is powerful and empowering listen now on apple music federal prosecutors have suffered another serious setback in their attempt to convict the bundy family for leading armed standoffs against the government in the west a federal judge yesterday declared a mistrial in the conspiracy case against rancher clive and bundy two of his sons and another member of the bundy militia the judge said prosecutors had wilfully withheld evidence in the case of that two thousand fourteen armed standoff near the bundy ranch here's npr's kirk sigler for the bunte's this is a clear if partial victory a retrial could come early next year but for now outside federal court in las vegas klevan sun ammend sounded thrilled talking to reporters as his supporters collection pocketsize constitutions and streamed his comments on their phones and i think there is enough evidence there who appear that they wanted a confrontation this had been a central argument by the defense in a trial that the government not the bunte's were the ones actually doing the instigating leading up to the tense standoff so that the goods show the world or have an excuse to say look hiram bunny is violent 5 of buddy sons vital clive and bundy owes the government an estimated million dollars fines unpaid leases for grazing his cattle on us public land's he's defied court orders while also erroneously claiming the government had no right to manage the land and when all came to a head in april of 2014 when federal agents came to round up hundreds of his cows and they were met by an armed militia and stood down there are troves of video on social media showing bundy supporters pointing guns at government agents who were in riot gear but during the trial us judge.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on WTMA

"This is what the former bureaucrat who work there is alleging this is what he is alleging now in the meantime daniel p love has been drummed out of the b l m four total corruption who are lying for intimidating whitten is this this has been kept out of the bundy trial so far oh yeah i was gonna say rather this is going to make it into in front of the jury right like this is all amazing outrageous information but i suspect it's going to be kept secret from the jury well they've been kept from calling daniel p loves zone far because the judge is there belle isle here's misconduct we don't know of any misconduct he had that related to this case well this guy's getting tons of misconduct by daniel p love it's totally related to this case so there would seem to make it possible to bring daniel belove in now i don't think i think the trial can't continue at this point you can't have a trial where are you where you bring in a witness who's going to testify against the prosecutor right and you can't i don't think adjudged can't allow that so uh i think the ah i make the case this will this week be thrown out while at an intra prediction now at this this bundy situation as had so many trials up to this point have these guys been found not guilty for some of these yes these citizens these situations and this the these are re this is a retrial that is now being likely thrown out well ryan an an and bundy were tried and exonerated in oregon for the related events in the mouth your occupation this is the first time they've been on trial for the bundy for the bundy standoff these particular guys there was another earlier trial or set of trials with other defendants in the bundy stand up but this is this is the main trial where they're going after the people who were most responsible for what happened at the bundy ranch oh there's another thing is released here i went when i went to the first trial the defence whereas the defendants were trying to testify that there were snipers pointing guns at them in the hill the judge as much as testified.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on WLOB

"In vegas calling us about the current trial of some of the supporters from the bundy ranch she may remember the standoff that went on down there for i don't know how was it weeks john i don't remember exactly how long that thing was going down for their with their wounds area where there were some people in iran in in comically with it'd be all of are tired on one day and actually like a forty minute period of one day uh this time we're going to let go the cattle and quiet and bindi old protesters there okay good the cattle so a confrontation between maybe a hundred people maybe a bit more and and be and no shots fyre cay the police were pointing guns at the protesters and there were snipers are ringing the area dean pointing at the pointing rifles at the uh sure it's it's interesting that government agents pointing rice rifles that citizens totally legal are doing nothing is not just legal but sort of annex acceptable and not even really considered in any way people don't people don't get upset they don't get up in arms about this sort of thing this guy was in arms he had a gun and he was doing on a few people but there are people like i'm talking about the the national audience when you with this monday ranch situation was going down with the with what you heard on the news which you heard from everybody's seemed to be the sort of fervor for let's get these revolutionaries before they do something terrible but i mean you know they had some gums there is no doubt about it but at this point all we have the proof is that one gun was pointed by one of the people that was on this ranch but we know that the government was pointing guns all over the place and nobody talks about that right and what you are telling us was the sky eric parka or was the man who is pointing a gun through a couple of what concrete barriers it looks like and pointing at a sensibly assets in the direction of federal agents the you said that during his trial which you were there to watch the judge wasn't even allowing him to express to the jury y he.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Thank you for the call your calls and thoughts welcome bid on flood insurance or as we actually started the show on talking about the bundy ranch situation specifically because one of the guys from new hampshire that went out to that stand off wound up being sentenced yesterday to eighty seven minds in federal prison after he pled guilty last august two participating in quote a criminal conspiracy end quote when he travelled to joy hundreds of other protesters in nevada supporting it live in bundy they're still more on that story and of course the your calls and thoughts welcome eight fifty five four fifty free that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three or you could just bring up anything that's on your mind this is free talk live ooh when you're for yourself taxes get complicated they got the guesswork with quick book self employed stand the flow the core sal i'm not just acting also do a stray shower them so whether i'm on camera our just working at my books focused on my lines thousand different ask small gangs side giggs kings selfemployed help me get ready tax that that right expenses a swipe one hat wearing last year math quicker fame ray here leaving thanks for example i can gps my finances yeah as glenn federally signing stay.

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"bundy ranch" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"bundy ranch" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Home thom hartmann program samesex filling in and let me just say i've had a great time being able to talk to you all today i hope you all have had as much on as i've had and i'm actually going to here tomorrow to go we've got to look forward to our let's get to the calls again we've got five more minutes here patti calling from fort lauderdale florida hey patty i have a question i'm not sure how it could be answered that buying wet mechanism could we get back on our infrastructure our our internet larry source national park the fracking there are four when we have private investors and foreign investors buying a lot burton happening them auctioned off basically in fact if the revolution network ten ceramic coating coal if we end up turning nissan for private companies how do we can't how do we get our forests on their clearcut we don't that's the problem that's the scary thing what do we do about it all we have to start pressuring lawmakers to pass more legislation to protect our comments give us more control over our comments i mean your way net neutrality does that when it comes to the internet at least ensuring that private companies can't screw up the commons though that we consider the internet as it is another and this one is a pretty far out there idea but you hear a lot of calls for a new constitutional convention of some sort or adding amendments knowing amendment to the constitution that gives personal to the environment and nature that gives rights to bodies of water and forests and once you can do that you can prevent companies from ruining those environments if they have rights just like those companies have just like we have and they should they should be preserved for future generations and you saw the bundy ranch people flip out about and you see the militia movement flip out about government owning too much public land around the country well if the government.

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