August 14, 2017 pan-admin 3 comments

8/14/17     In a 3 part series, Protect Americans Now will analyze the Antiquities Act and its impact on public lands. This expose is part of the Protect Americans Now strategy to curb the federal government overreach.   Protect Americans Now firmly believes creating national monuments, without input from New Mexico stakeholders, denies a…

August 11, 2017 pan-admin No comments exist

8/11/17   Every day we read stories. Read tweets or blog posts. A never ending media onslaught and the current overreach of US government and its co-conspiratorial environmental movement.   But no words could ever provide a more comprehensive understanding of the situation than the powerful hour long movie by JD King. It is well…

August 7, 2017 pan-admin No comments exist

8/7/17   Protect Americans Now sent out an email blast, a Twitter and Facebook post encouraging folks to join them at the State Capitol to participate in a rancher / Wolf rally. And Protect Americans Now voices were heard – loud and clear!   Among dozens of people outside the state Capitol over wolves versus…

August 4, 2017 pan-admin No comments exist

8/4/17 This is Your Blog The Protect Americans Now (PAN) blog is up and running. We’ve started to get some great feedback on the blogs and we’re encouraging even more.   We’d like to hear from you on issues that are most important.   As you know PAN’s #1 priority is education. We want to…

August 2, 2017 pan-admin 1 comment

8/2/17   A Blog for today’s and tomorrow’s generation of Americans  Welcome   Sounds simple enough: But in today’s over regulated, over litigated world that laser focus has been intentionally blurred by agenda driven politicians.   Well, if you’ve had enough then you’ve found an ally. Welcome to Protect Americans Now   PAN is a…

July 31, 2017 pan-admin No comments exist

7/31/17   The act runs roughshod over the legislative process that is at the core of American governance   Guest column/Opinion. By Shawn Regan. May 24, 2017. Regan is a research fellow at the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) in Bozeman.   Since this opinion article was written some of these issues have moved forward. However…

July 28, 2017 pan-admin No comments exist

7/28/17   Federal spending gets more ridiculous every year, and a new congressional report details 100 of the most egregious examples.   Following in the footsteps of chronic-waste chronicler Tom Coburn, Oklahoma senator James Lankford published “Federal Fumbles.” The football-themed report examines not only ridiculous spending but also costly or burdensome overregulation.   https://www.lankford.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/Federal_Fumbles_2015.pdf  …