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 By bluejay

03/28/2012  9:56AM

Check out this wonderfully done video concerning your money and freedom.

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 By bluejay

03/28/2012  9:53AM

Thanks, Martin
 By martin newkom

03/28/2012  9:39AM

I have been told that the first
use of the"Injunction"ever, dealt
with debris from "Hydraulic" Mines
It was Woodruff v. North Bloom-
field. I believe it may have gone
all the way to the Supreme Court.
 By martin newkom

03/28/2012  9:35AM

I think that the Pafific Legal
Foundation attys in Sacramento
should be consulted regarding the
challenges faced by Origsix.
 By bluejay

03/24/2012  6:39PM

From market-ticker.org:

Who's protecting the public?

http://market-ticker.org/post=203847
 By bluejay

03/24/2012  6:19PM

From jsmineset.com:

"Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on or by imbeciles who really mean it."

–Mark Twain
 By bluejay

03/24/2012  3:54PM

Their oath is to defend the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, not some appointed agency holding a bogus book of rules and regulations.

Listen to Sheriff Richard Mack of Arizona generally spell it out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4ygEk7lvvg
 By martin newkom

03/24/2012  9:22AM

I heard this morning over the
Bob Sims outdoor show that in the
Lassen Nat. Park/Forest water-
monitoring is being required of
the U.S. Forest Service but they
dragging their "feet" and doing
nothing to comply with the Water
Board requirement and they are of
course not being sued/fine like
the Origsix.
 By martin newkom

03/24/2012  9:02AM

Yes, I know of some people who
are already considering such a
move against TRPA, tahoe Regional
Planning Agency on similar issues.
 By martin newkom

03/24/2012  9:02AM

Yes, I know of some people who
are already considering such a
move against TRPA, tahoe Regional
Planning Agency on similar issues.
 By David I

03/24/2012  4:09AM

It sounds like Mr. Marshall is in contempt of the court ordered resolution.
 By David I

03/24/2012  4:07AM

I think that some thing might help the mine would be a review of the geological survey and probability of reserves by a Qualified person, Geologist, in accordance to NI 43-101. This then would reduce any preceived risk for investors.
 By David I

03/24/2012  4:01AM

Please be specific about who is dangerous.
 By Rick

03/23/2012  8:19AM

A landmark decision yesterday from the US Supreme Court spells hope for private sector survival against thug-boot out-of-control government cronies.

The Pacific Legal Foundation, in gratis, represented a family, Sackett, against the EPA's assertions, fines, decrees and complete fraud that without an avenue to defend against them, the Sacketts would owe hundreds of thousands of dollars for encroaching upon their own property...yes, due to a winter-time puddle that the EPA suggested (without any study) was a "wetland."

Up steps the Pacific Legal Foundation, who for the last five years fought on behalf of the Sacketts' Constitutional right to defend themselves in court.

Sound familiar???

The five year legal journey took them through appeals, eventually through the Ninth Circus Court...who naturally sided with the EPA.

Yet, the Pacific Legal Foundation fought on, and the US Supreme Court agreed to hear their case: in a 9-0 ruling (!) the Sacketts have been granted their Constitutional right to defend against non-elected self-regulated out-of-control government regulation.

We recognize the Original Sixteen to One Mine is fighting a similar battle. This decision has parallel and far-reaching potential toward putting the current legal issues behind us. Depsite the differences in the subject of the cases(EPA vs private property non-wetland; CA Water Board's assault vs Original Sixteen to One's survival), the link is stark: non-elected government authority does NOT have the authority to simply levy fines and decrees against private entities without their ability to fight back, without their Constitutional right to defend in court against whatever allegations are pushed down our throats.

I strongly suggest everyone google "Pacific Legal Foundation Sackett" and read for yourselves.

I also strongly suggest that our mine contact the Pacific Legal Foundation for any possible help....although I suspect Mike's already on it.
 By bluejay

03/22/2012  4:42PM

"Neither Republican nor Democratic today seems to have any interest in being a statesman for that requires looking beyond personal interest, and looking into the eyes of fate herself, and realizing it is his country he must save, often from himself."

Martin Armstrong
 By Rick

03/20/2012  7:06AM

The guy is dangerous.
 By David I

03/19/2012  8:11PM

There is something that might be good for mining, but might stop mining again like President Roosevelt did. Should the United States consider gold as a Stratigic resource for defense then there is a very good possibility that federal funding would be forth comming for its extraction, but with sale to the Federal Government only. President Obama has just issued an Executive Order: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/03/16/executive-order-national-defense-resources-preparedness, this allows all natural resources critical to National Defense to be controlled by the government, to include the resource development needs.
 By David I

03/19/2012  7:51PM

The E.P.A. has inspected water resources back east and confirmed that the water was not contaminated form the fracking process as claimed by those who own the wells.
Water wells are not very deep, only about 200 ft. to 300 ft..
The gas and oil wellls are usually deeper than 4000 ft. seperated by impermiable hard rock strata.
 By bluejay

03/19/2012  12:34PM

California starting to Squeeze its citizens.

We just returned from the CPA's office after submitting our tax information for 2011.

The bottom line is we will be paying more of a percentage of our income to the State. The CPA said California is turning all the rocks in search for more money and their sights are on all of us.

Next year all properties in our area will be reassessed by the State and the result will be higher property taxes next tax period.

It's not too difficult to imagine that the bartering process as a result of all of this will get kick-started into high gear.

SQUEEZE THE PEOPLE
 By bluejay

03/19/2012  9:31AM

In the paper this morning they are speaking of "Oil Fracking In State Gets Little review."

In other sections of the country, The Rocky Mountain West and the Northeast toxic chemicals have been found in drinking water from oil fracking.

Lawmakers, seem little interested in requiring industry to disclose the chemicals they are putting in the ground that will taint water supplies.

Our environment and public health are being threatened while regulators look the other way.

It's the same old story, grease my palm and we'll stay out of your hair.

While China looks to the future with increasing renewable energy output, it could depend on 25% of their energy requirements from this source by 2020, we insist on investing in fossil fuels with no long term plan in place.

Isn't it interesting that corporate boards are adding more public members to insure no hanky-panky goes on concerning shareholders while the boys in Sacramento do whatever suits them in protecting and expanding their incomes.

Recently it was announced by an exiting Goldman Sachs VP that certain employees refer to their clients as muppets. I would venture to guess that the folks in State government refer to us as their know-nothing-captives with a checkbook.

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