APR would not be expanding if private landowners didn’t sell

Dear Editor,

Comrade Sean and his minions have struck again. First, American Prairie Reserve would not be in Petroleum County if all our land was deeded with no state or federal land. Second, APR would not be expanding if we didn’t sell our ranches to them. The old saying, “if you find yourself in a hole, quit digging” applies. Third, to the previous owner of Two Crow: however much money APR paid you, it will never equal the value of you owning and operating Two Crow to the citizens of Petroleum County. Lastly, anyone who believes our state and federal governments will secure our unalienable rights of life, liberty and property should read the articles “Treasured State,” pages 24-29, and “The Constitution? Not Allowed,” pages 66-68, in the fall 2017 issue of “Range Magazine.”

Steve Hale




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