Download: RNN – July 7, 2016
…a conservationist profile
The life and economic viability of American ranchers is very much in jeopardy since the administrative adoption of U.N. Sustainable Development (Agenda 21) policies by the Clinton Administration in 1993. Under these policies the new standard of ranchland ownership and use is the “Precautionary Principle” that assumes every action by man harms the environment, and that without overwhelming proof to the contrary, ranching and livestock industries must be severely restricted or eliminated. Private property and other traditional American values that are the cornerstones of freedom now take a backseat to Marxist ideals of “collective rights and environmental justice” espoused by communist Mikhail Gorbachev, the ex Soviet Premier and founder of Green Cross.
Please join Dan and his guests to discuss the future of ranching in America and how it really has little to do with saving the environment.