There is an awakening taking place in America, an awakening to the reality that all forms of private property are the target of Marxist progressives (the swamp) that have hijacked the highest offices of our land, both elected and appointed.
The New World Order envisioned by these”progressives” deems property and the accumulation of wealth from hard work and personal sacrifice as a crime against humanity, openly talking about a “great reset” that will end private property and bring about their utopian Marxist society controlled by international banksters and assorted high level technocrats.
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The takedown of America and our individual liberty is the last major hurdle to international socialism, and they are determined to end America as we know it within this generation. The very cornerstone of American liberty is the idea of private property that is so thoughfully defined in America's founding documents.
Under our constitutional system, government was created to serve the citizens, not control them, and made sacred the notion that the right to own property was our God given unalienable right. The oppressive history of the British Monarchy and the feudal landlord system weighed heavily in the basic tenet that your labor was your property and that government or feudal masters did not have the right to take the labor of your hands without your permission and their payment of just compensation.
A total understanding of what constitutes private property is so much more complex than most people realize: your labor, land ownership, personal belongings, your physical body, the freedom to reason and create, the right to express the opinions and ideas that come from your mind, are all forms of private property and must be defended at all cost. The ability to speak freely and to think as you wish is also as fundamental to private property as any land ownership or personal possessions.
The United States of America became the breadbasket for the world because of our hard working farmers and ranchers, our abundant fertile and productive farmland, and the free market forces that invested heavily in the research and development of innovations that have transformed agriscience in ways unimaginable at the time of our founding.
America was built on the independent pioneer spirit of a strong and determined people willing to sacrifice and struggle so that their children and grandchildren could live a free and happy existence on the land that their forefathers paid for with blood, sweat and tears. Hard work and personal sacrifice was the price to be paid for liberty. Our nation was settled by immigrants and outcasts with one common understanding; America was a land of opportunity, but that opportunity came with a price, and many paid the ultimate price so that their progeny could live in abundance and liberty.
At the UN Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro in 1992 a program of sustainable development known as UN Agenda 21 was introduced to an unsuspecting world. This far ranging UN program called for a complete transformation of society wherein private property, individual liberty, and God given (unalienable) rights would no longer exist and mankind would succumb to a totalitarian one world socialist/Marxist government that would control every aspect of our lives from cradle to grave. This draconian scheme calls for a rewilding of America that returns 50% of all land to Pre-Columbian wilderness off limits to humans, with 70% of all remaining land restricted to very limited human use and activities.
American small farmers, ranchers and natural resource producers are targeted for elimination with virtually all public and much private land in the Western US becoming wilderness under Agenda 21/2030 and “Green New Deal” schemes. This includes lands that have been owned and worked by the same families for 5 or more generations, and paid for with their blood, sweat and sacrifice. This whole UN program seems so ridiculous that it would have been inconceivable to most Americans even 2 generations ago. However, 80+ years of indoctrination in government run schools promoting Marxism and progressive socialism has dumbed down American youth who are falling in line just like so many lemmings walking off the cliff.
Join us for a discussion about the future of private property and how government overreach into the lives of rural Americans is transforming our nation and our culture into something quite unrecognizable to historical America……and what we can do to stop them from achieving their utopian goal.
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This Weeks Guest Profile(s)
Harriet Hageman – Raised on a ranch near Ft. Laramie, Wyoming
She attended Casper College and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming, graduating with a J.D. from the College of Law in 1989
Harriet founded Hageman Law P.C., in Cheyenne, Wyoming, a practice focused primarily on water, natural resource, and land use issues, licensed to practice law in Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado. She joined The New Civil Liberties Alliance headquartered in Washington, DC as a Senior Litigation Counsel because of her extensive litigation and trial experience and expertise in federal regulatory burden.
National Republican Convention Judiciary Committee- Wyoming Delegate at large
Wyoming Gubernatorial Candidate – 2018
Wyoming Business Alliance, Steering Committee
Mountain States Legal Foundation, Board of Litigation
2010 Alumni of the Year – Casper College
2011 Doornbos Agriculture Lecture Series & Rancher’s Night Out
Featured Speaker – Casper College
2011 Wyoming Agriculture Hall of Fame Inductee
Harriet is a much sought after and frequent speaker on constitutional law, property right, civil liberty, and government regulatory issues.