Our radio broadcast for Tuesday, February 27th, 2018  will feature Property Rights Attorney, Constitutional Law expert, and Wyoming Gubernatorial Candidate Harriet Hageman, and Local Government Consultant and Property Rights Advocate Jim Carlson, who return to our radio program for an encore discussion of the war on the West and attacks on private property by federal agencies and overregulation.  We will look at conservation easements as tools by sustainable development groups to lock up private property from development and all mining and mineral development; meanwhile they lobby Congress and Federal agencies for more restrictions and regulations that make those conserved lands less and less productive.

This promises to be a very candid discussion of a subject that impacts all Americans, not just rural landowners.  Private property is a cornerstone of our free republic, and the continual reduction and eventual elimination of those rights will eventually impact everyone and needs to be understood as a basic freedom that must not be sacrificed.

Harriet HagemanHarriet Hageman
Raised on a ranch near Ft. Laramie, Wyoming
Attended Casper College – Livestock Judging Team
University of Wyoming Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
Graduated from the College of Law in 1989

Founded Hageman Law P.C., in Cheyenne, Wyoming
Recently opened a second office in Lusk, Wyoming
All woman law firm

Practice focused almost exclusively on water, natural resource, and land use issues
Extensive litigation and trial experience
Expertise in federal regulatory burden
Licensed to practice law in Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado

Professional Activities:
Wyoming Business Alliance, Steering Committee
Mountain States Legal Foundation, Board of Litigation
Honors Received:
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
Numerous speaking engagements around the United States

Jim CarlsonMr. Carlson’s 27 year portfolio includes programs that affect federal administrative agencies; formation and execution of legislative strategies; technical, statutory, and historical research; environmental compliance; large-scale infrastructure project management; and, ground-up creation and management of 4 statewide associations. His ability to merge reconnaissance, technical analysis, political strategy and strategic directives into tactical, natural-resource policy initiatives that influence government decision-making is recognized by industry, legislative and political circles.

Mr. Carlson’s career began in the electric utility industry where he gained a track record in project management, regulatory negotiations, water research, environmental policy, and participation in leadership circles, including the Steering Committee of the Utilities Solid Waste Activities Group (USWAG), and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Mr. Carlson has been a central figure in the start-up of four statewide associations, two consulting firms, and he presently is working on what he hopes will be a framework for a national association of local governments that will engage federal agencies on natural-resource and administrative policy issues.

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Tuesday's 9:00am Mtn/11:00am Est.

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