BTW, SCOTUS has ruled numerous times that there is no right to privacy. Outside consumer pushback, I know of no "force" that will stop The Watchers from finding ways to track our physical and digital movements. :(
Just thought this would be of interest to fellow Arizonans. :)
Been watching "Alone" its a History Channel reality tv about 10 guys dropped in the woods on Vancouver Island in the pacific northwest, each about 10 miles apart.
Whoever lasts longest "alone" recording their "survival" in the woods gets $500k prize.
Cool unscripted survival techniques from a lot of different perspectives.
its available at putlocker.is
Free citizens defend themselves from oppressive states foreign and "domestic" by volunteer militia, that is the only way it works. Any thing else; financially coerced soldier or legally obliged conscript: you are a subject not a citizen.
I'm pro-spanking but dead set against anybody else telling me when to spank my own kid...
Spanking isn't the issue for me, it's some idiot in a suit thinking it's okay for them to tell anybody how to treat their child.......
Who in the Sam Hell does Cruz think he is trying to tell a parent how to discipline his own kid?
Oh wait.................Cruz was a prosecuting attorney, for years! Telling other people how to behave and punishing them is his strong suit.....
Exactly. And when you go up higher their chain of command, the more bullying you will find. Some teachers are very bad (there are good ones too), but those at the top are the biggest bullies of all.
I'll call them: Administrators. Their function is to operate like a machine where human children are the manufactured product. There may be no worse damage that can be done to a child than to strip them completely of their individuality via dehumanizing treatment.
I don't have the money to fight a right of replevin suit or any other suit levied by neighbors or the county acting on their behalf...
But hey............You've got "10's of millions of dollars worth of natural gas" that is more than once removed from your contract..............
So you find a bit of driftwood in the ocean, take it home and hang it on your wall.
I buy it from you and contractually promise I won't paint it red.
But before I bought it from you your neighbor said neither of us can paint the driftwood blue.
I'm of the opinion you have a claim against me if I paint it red, but if I paint it blue the third party can pound salt.
And you bought that land only by agreeing to honor the previous contracts and restrictions.
Why should people in rural Nebraska be subject to something different?
Does the farmer you allude to have some contractual agreement with his neighbors that would permit him to trump their usage contracts?
Or would you have new riders/easements and mineral right contracts negotiated every time land changed hands? When would these take effect, and who would compensate those who lost value?
Would the county continue to elect aldermen to deliberate such matters or would there be some other venue to settle grievances?
I don't know of the specific parcel, but I understand it to read that Costco was looking to purchase a private parcel with zoning restrictions and was seeking a variance
I need proof that there weren't sales clauses in the deed when the land last changed hands that the board of aldermen had to review and approve new business start-ups before I'll buy into anybody being "hurt" let alone "robbed"...
There's not many people who will buy land, or banks that will finance it, unless such stipulations are spelled out explicitly in the contract for deed....
There are many restrictions on my land...
some of which previous owners agreed to:
I have a contracted easement for a power line that crosses my land.
some of which previous owners never agreed to:
I have tens of millions of dollars of natural gas under my land that I'm not "zoned" to touch.
Well obviously someone owns the land that Costco is looking to acquire for a chicken processing plant in Nebraska.
That person... farmer, investor... whatever he is is being robbed of the value of his property because his buyer is being bullied by zoning and the violent arm of its enforcer.
What restrictions are in place on your land?
I got several pages worth on rural Ozark land that I bought 15 years ago....Before that I owned land in two different towns that had even more restrictions that were conveyed from one buyer to the next....This process runs back several decades here in the sticks...
If land sales are different elsewhere I'm interested in learning.
Well certainly I'm not going to finalize; close purchase land from someone if I know there may be some government edict telling me I can't use it.
Its the same with any other contingency contract.... I'll buy this contingent on you getting the subsurface oil tank removed, etc.
Costco wants the land. Costco wants to process chickens. Farmer wants to sell land for cash.
Well then you would be shit out of luck if they got that permit and odds are the permit would allow for various permitted externalities for which you would otherwise be able to sue and seek compensation.
I'd posit if no lawyer was willing to contract to take the case on your claim of harm done on expected returns, then either you have no case or your willingness to split profits was too weak.
I'm confused. This was to be a government run meat processing plant?
I was under the impression there was a company looking to purchase land from a farmer at considerable profit for the farmer, but under the terms of the contract the buyer was requesting clarification on zoning from the state; zoning and land use contingency.