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Conservatives Should Take the Lead Against Government Injustice

burgerboy Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 12:25 PM
This is why gun crime prosecution is down 40%?so they can enforce real laws. I imagine if you can prove you found the eagle feather at a wind mill farm,where the bird had been mangled by arenewable energy source you would be ok.
1Falcon1 Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 12:47 PM
no it is still a crime unless you are an American Indian period and if you dare help that eagle the fed will come and take you children and your birthday away from you. I am from Washington STATE (caps on purpose) and we have a huge eagale population now, they love nesting in cell towers btw. They are truly magnificent birds but laws on the books protecting them are in someways just nuts.If anyone wants to see eagles in the "WILD" go to Lynnwood, Wa at hwy 99 and 168th lookat the tomwer behind the 7-11 and you will see a Bald Eagle nest
howardhill Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 12:34 PM
Actually no, The feds are quite active when it comes to wildlife crimes
burgerboy Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 12:46 PM
Thousands of birds killed a year by windmills and they still push them.?Just a catch 22
Earl29 Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 3:41 PM
I think that's why it's called a double standard.
burgerboy Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 4:05 PM
That was the intent.The(Iran can have nuclear power,but we cant.Fossil fuels are dirty but the money can buy a radical evironmenalist's tv station) crowd.Not about the eagle

If you think a twenty-something ought to be tossed in federal prison for 35 years because he tried to download some musty academic journal articles without permission, you are a lot things, but a conservative is not one of them.

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