State fish and game policy display an obvious and unacceptable double standard.
In a recent New York Times commentary titled “Give States Control Over Public Land Out West,” Robert H. Nelson wrote: “The federal government owns almost half the land in the American West—even California is some 46 percent federal land.” Here is what surface and subsurface federal ownership looks like on a map. The theory...
Read More »
Tags: Bundy protest, Bundy standoff, Bureau of Land Management, federal land ownership, High Lonesome Ranch, land rights, land trusts, national park system, New York Times, private property, private property rights, public land, Robert H. Nelson, U.S. Constitution, U.S. Forest Service