Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in on Fox and Friends this morning, along with two Texas ranchers, as the federal government eyes 90,000 acres along the Texas-Oklahoma border. Texas officials have expressed concern that the Bureau of Land Management - which made headlines for its dispute against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy - may now seize land near the Red River.
Texas officials say that the Bureau of Land Management might be trying for a massive land grab along the Red River.
First it was the battle between a Nevada rancher and the feds. Now is the government trying to mess with Texas? The Bureau of Land Management may be preparing to claim 90,000 acres along the Red River between Texas and Oklahoma as public domain, according to a report.
Greta Van Susteren went Off the Record last night to take on "Senate Majority Bully" Harry Reid. Reid has made headlines all week for his aggressive stance against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who is refusing to recognize the federal government's right to collect grazing fees for his cattle being on federal land.
Judge Andrew Napolitano sat down with Bill O'Reilly to weigh the constitutional issues at play in the Nevada ranch standoff. O'Reilly said there's no way Cliven Bundy is going to defeat the federal government in court.
There are new developments in the battle between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the federal government, including allegations that some of the family's cattle were buried in mass graves. A new video obtained by Fox News shows what appear to be cattle in a mass grave.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) made waves a few days ago when he said that the standoff between the federal government and Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy "is not over." Attention is also being focused on Reid's close ties to Neil Kornze, the director of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
Judge Andrew Napolitano discussed what might happen next in the Nevada ranch standoff, saying he doesn't know what Harry Reid was hinting at with his remark, but he's "a little fearful" about what could be in the works.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Monday the government is not ready to back down in its land dispute with rancher Cliven Bundy. “Well, it’s not over,” Reid told a Reno TV station. “We can’t have an American people that violate the law and then just walk away from it. So it’s not over.”
Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to the latest developments in the Nevada ranch standoff, telling Elisabeth Hasselbeck that the federal government has acted inappropriately and is trying to scare the Bundy family.
William La Jeunesse brought us the latest this morning on the standoff between a Nevada rancher and the federal government. The dispute centers on cattle belonging to 68-year-old Cliven Bundy.