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*SEVEN COUNTIES in Arkansas Pass Resolution re. Waters of the U.S. (so far)…

Dear readers, We want to make you aware that you need to have your JPs call a special meeting regarding water rights and the EPA comment period which ends Monday, June 19, 2017. It’s important that your Quorum Court members (JPs) support the resolution mentioned below in our article and also submit their comments to […]

*NEW INFO Regarding Waters of the U.S. EPA Deadline*

Seven counties have passed the resolution so far: Boone, Craighead, Fulton, Lawrence, Newton, Searcy, and Stone. Please get the resolution (linked below) to your JPs immediately; they will need to call a special meeting to address this issue and vote to pass the resolution supporting water rights on or before Monday, June 19, 2017! Secure […]

*UPDATE* URGENT! Waters of the United States Resolution – FOR ALL STATES

NOTE:  The alert we sent out previously on June 3, 2017 had some bad links, so we’ve corrected them and updated some information in this version (in red font). We’ve also included the resolution for Newton County (see the link a the end of this alert), and we will send the Stone County resolution as […]

Urgent! Water & Property Rights at Stake! Must-read for Elected Officials and Public

Urgent!  Our Water Rights and Property Rights are at Stake Under the old Obama “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) Rule! We wanted you to see that Newton County Quorum Court passed the resolution in Newton County, Arkansas, on June 5, 2017 regarding “navigable waters” and President Trump’s Executive Order 13778.  (We’ve included the signed […]

100 Mile Constitution Exemption Zone = Loss of 4th Amendment Rights

We ran across something that greatly disturbed us as we were researching illegal immigration.  U.S. District Judge Korman has decided that the border — the area 100 miles inland from the entire U.S. border — falls under a “border exemption” and is being called a “Constitutional Exemption Zone”… all in the name of “national security”.  People […]

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