BLM at School Week of Action set for February 6-10

Seattle-area students, teachers and parents are expected to join a cohort of thousands in cities across the country at rallies and other actions throughout the Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action set for February 6-10. The five days of activism will include a series of cultural events, protests...
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Dems to Spin Tyre Nichols into George Floyd II

It’s official and predictable. Democrats, fresh out of material and looking to ’24, are relaunching BLM. And Tyre Nichols is getting the full George Floyd treatment. The golden coffin and demands that everyone kneel can’t be too far behind. Tyre Nichols’ parents to attend State of the...
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Prescribed fire operations start tomorrow in the Little Belt Mountain Range

Favorable burning conditions create an opportunity for Bureau of Land Management North Central Montana District fuels program team to implement the Blacksmith/Tiger Butte prescribed pile-burning operations this week. Starting tomorrow, Jan. 31, the team plans to burn about 410 acres of woody hand piles on BLM-managed lands administered by the...

Watchdog group urges ethics probe of BLM official

This story was updated at 5:10 p.m. EST. A watchdog group led by a former Trump administration official wants a federal probe into whether a senior Bureau of Land Management official improperly maintained financial ties to ConocoPhillips while the bureau was evaluating a project the company has proposed in Alaska.

Athena Gold Increases Excelsior Springs Project Size in Nevada

VACAVILLE, CA / ACCESSWIRE / January 31, 2023 / Athena Gold Corporation (OTCQB:AHNR)(CSE:ATHA) ('Athena' or the 'Company') is pleased to announce the addition of 1,000 acres (405 Hectares) to its property at Excelsior Springs by staking 51 new BLM claims bringing its total land package to 200 BLM lode claims covering over 4,000 acres (1,619 Hectares).

ACLU reaches settlement with Shreveport police over man's arrest

SHREVEPORT, La. – The American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana on Monday announced a settlement on behalf of a Shreveport man reportedly beat by Shreveport police after speaking out against the Black Lives Matter movement. Details of the settlement were not released. The ACLU said Brandon Kennedy, 37, was...

The Rejected AP African American Course & The Murder of Tyre Nichols

The Relationship between the Rejected AP African American Studies Course & The Murder of Tyre Nichols – Top 3 Takeaways – January 31st, 2023. Nailed it. Over the past two weeks I’ve extensively covered the woke agenda which was implicit within the originally proposed AP African American Studies course which was rejected by Governor DeSantis and the Florida Board of Education. Here’s a quick refresh from a couple of the highlights of the original course material... Topic 4.19 in the AP African American Studies Course is entitled: Black Queer Studies. And what does the curriculum include? Building forms of queerness that reject the given realities of the government and the market. Another section in the course was called Black Feminist Literary Thought with required reading that states our society is a “White Supremacist capitalist patriarchy”. There’s the section in support for the BLM movement and instructions on how to pursue reparations. The course as originally designed was so overt, that it made Critical Race Theory, as in the actual published work which started that movement – look downright tame by comparison. Now of course, Governor DeSantis’ refusal to play along with the woke agenda prompted The College Board, who perpetuated it in the first place, to do an about face on the course material, as they’ve now agreed to overhaul what they intend to include in it. But it’s also accomplished something else. It’s now exposed who was behind this radically woke race-baited agenda fashioned as an AP course. The lead creator of the original course was Northwestern University’s African American Studies professor, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor. Who is this professor? Courtesy of National Review, a BLM supporting, overt socialist who is especially fond of Marx and Lenin. Oh, and what is one of the most recent tweets from said professor... In response to the recent Memphis police murder of Tyre Nichols, there is literally nothing left to write about police abuse and violence. Abolish the police. Ok, right, so any questions...? But go on and continue to tell us about how a course designed by an overt BLM Marxist who is clear about their desire to abolish the police is really on the up and up and Ron DeSantis is a bad racist man. Oh, and about that Memphis police murder situation which brought about that most recent tweet...
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Public Seales Announcement: A Poem For Tyre Nichols + Words For His Killers

Many in authoritative positions here in America have shown us time and time again a lack of respect for the lives of Black people and our overall value in this country. Sadly, no matter how hard we protest, that hard truth will never get easier to face. The latest of...

New Exploration Permit Granted for Nutmeg Mountain Site

NevGold Corp. (NAU:TSX.V; NAUFF:OTC; 5E50:FSE) announced today that it has been approved for an Exploration Notice permit for its Nutmeg Mountain project in Idaho. NevGold Corp. targets large-scale mineral systems across the proven jurisdictions of Nevada, Idaho, and British Columbia. The Company's focus is currently split between its Limousine Butte project in Nevada and Nutmeg Mountain project in Idaho. It also has the Cedar Wash project in Nevada and high-grade Ptarmigan property in Southeast British Columbia.

75 Favorite US Boondocking Destinations (by State)

An ultimate list of favorite boondocking destinations across the United States, organized by state!. Jennifer and I have been boondocking across the U.S. for over a decade. We have stayed in countless national and state parks, on BLM land, and camped overnight on stunning private properties (with permission.) We’ve also...

BLM Advises Public to Avoid Driving on Muddy Roads on Public Lands

The Bureau of Land Management is asking the public to avoid driving on muddy roads. Recent winter storms have left a high potential for road damage and erosion on BLM-managed public lands in northeast California. Winter weather and road conditions can change quickly, please gauge your winter safety awareness and...

Saratoga BLM activists call for city to be leader in police reform

Saratoga Black Lives Matter held a press conference at Saratoga City Hall on Tuesday, speaking out about Tyre Nichol’s death. Activists spoke about their experiences watching the video and voiced their frustration at ongoing police brutality. They said they are hopeful for a future that provides real solutions for...

Western Energy Alliance, IPAA Caution BLM Not to Overstep Authority with Methane Rule

Western Energy Alliance and the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) yesterday submitted comments to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) regarding the proposed rule on Waste Prevention, Production Subject to Royalties, and Resource Conservation. The associations urged the agency to implement targeted changes to portions of the proposed regulations on methane emissions that overstep the authority granted by Congress and reminded officials of the successful legal challenges to a similar rule in 2016.
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NevGold Corp. (“NevGold” or the “Company”) (TSXV:NAU) (OTCQX:NAUFF) (Frankfurt:5E50) is pleased to announce the approval of the Exploration Notice (the “Notice”) permit by the Bureau of Land Management (the “BLM”) at the Nutmeg Mountain gold project (the “Project”, “Nutmeg Mountain”) in Idaho, which hosts a 2020 mineral resource estimate of 910,000 Indicated ounces of gold (43.5 Mt @ 0.65 g/t Au), and 160,000 Inferred ounces of gold (9.1 Mt @ 0.56 g/t Au) (see Note 1). The approval of the Notice will enable disturbance on the federal unpatented mining claims at the Project, which historically only saw limited drilling, as approximately 85% of the 2020 resource estimate is situated on the patented mining claims and other private land (see Figure 1). There are a number of identified high-quality resource expansion and exploration targets on the unpatented mining claims creating significant opportunity for growth.

Preservationists raise alarm over plan to widen road through petroglyph-filled canyon in Utah used by oil tankers

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the agency that works with the United States Department of the Interior to oversee federal lands, is considering a proposal to overhaul a 5.2-mile stretch of a road in an area of eastern Utah that is so rich with Indigenous petroglyphs that is has been dubbed “the world’s longest art gallery”, raising concerns about the risks to those archaeological sites.