Why a robust response to Bundys at Malheur is important

Mark muses on principle, conservation, and the implied importance of literature.

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4 Responses to Why a robust response to Bundys at Malheur is important

  1. Well stated Mark. Tim DeChristopher did the right thing, non violently. He served time for confronting abuses of the public lands held in trust. Completely wrong to have the Bundy group pressing an agenda through violence and intimidation.

  2. James Allen says:

    Good show Mark. Go after them. And keeep it up, along with your other good works.

  3. Scott Abbott says:

    A strong and thoughtful statement Mark. Thanks for saying what needs to be said, widely said.

  4. Jonathan Klein says:

    What’s the difference between wanting a caliphate and a cow-liphate? Not much! Same mentality of trying to impose God’s will with a gun. I say we round em up and make em eat bean curd. Who’s with me?
    Thanks Mark

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