The Federal Government's Attack on Property Rights
Mr. Pendley should have been a storyteller.
He keeps the reader spellbound as he relates what happened to John Shuler
when he came face to face with grizzly bears one night on his property.
After that he shocks most Americans by recounting what happened next when
Mr. Shuler came face to face with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).
Which one would you guess is more dangerous, the grizzly or the FWS?
Then there's Dr. Larry Squires, a veterinarian who owned a company that
disposed of water produced during oil and gas operations on desert property
he owned in New Mexico. Everything was fine until the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) decided that Dr. Squires' land was really "waters of
the United States." How could the EPA come to such a contorted conclusion?
Case after case clearly shows how much the U.S. federal government is
trying to usurp U.S. citizens' property rights. Nowadays, it's not enough
to own something. You may have to fight to be able to use it, too! To
see what you can do to protect your property rights, order your copy of
The Federal Government's Attack on Property Rights today.
Booklet (pp. 36)