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#6594230 - 12/19/16 03:38 PM Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters
Palehorse Offline
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Trump's latest pick for Interior Secretary looks good for us. Glad to hear it. cheers

http://www.outdoorlife.com/ryan-zinke-named-secretary-interior?cmpid=enews121916&spPodID=030
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#6594240 - 12/19/16 03:49 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: Palehorse]
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#6594256 - 12/19/16 04:03 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: Palehorse]
Erny Offline
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I saw that. I am pleased with the pick.

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#6594275 - 12/19/16 04:15 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: Halfadozen]
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Originally Posted By: Halfadozen
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#6594977 - 12/20/16 07:31 AM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: Palehorse]
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#6595198 - 12/20/16 10:21 AM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: Palehorse]
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#6595224 - 12/20/16 10:34 AM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: Palehorse]
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An excellent choice with a good track record and a veteran as well. There are some politics involved at the state level that makes this a surprising pick. Has he accepted?

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#6596251 - 12/20/16 11:47 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: Palehorse]
foodieguy Offline
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I hope so. There is one of his cabinet picks that is for giving federal lands to the states, which IMO would lead to development, privatization, and loss of access. Federal public lands belong to the public, not an oil or mining company. I hope it stays that way, we shall see I guess.
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#6596262 - 12/20/16 11:56 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: foodieguy]
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Originally Posted By: foodieguy
I hope so. There is one of his cabinet picks that is for giving federal lands to the states, which IMO would lead to development, privatization, and loss of access. Federal public lands belong to the public, not an oil or mining company. I hope it stays that way, we shall see I guess.


Which cabinet pick are you referring to?

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#6602466 - 12/25/16 08:18 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: ndhunter]
foodieguy Offline
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Well, Tillerson as secretary of state and Pruitt as head of the EPA really. With those guys in in seems like the deck is stacked in favor of the oil and gas industry. Interior secretary has a lot of say on exploration of oil and gas on public land. Those two guys are in the pocket of big oil.
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#6602472 - 12/25/16 08:27 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: foodieguy]
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Originally Posted By: foodieguy
Well, Tillerson as secretary of state and Pruitt as head of the EPA really. With those guys in in seems like the deck is stacked in favor of the oil and gas industry. Interior secretary has a lot of say on exploration of oil and gas on public land. Those two guys are in the pocket of big oil.


Good, eco idiot hippy's are ruining the forest. Open the canopy up with responsible drilling and timber harvest.

Austin is perfect example... Cedar nice this time of year?


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#6602718 - 12/26/16 06:38 AM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: BOBO the Clown]
lthomas132 Offline
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Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Originally Posted By: foodieguy
Well, Tillerson as secretary of state and Pruitt as head of the EPA really. With those guys in in seems like the deck is stacked in favor of the oil and gas industry. Interior secretary has a lot of say on exploration of oil and gas on public land. Those two guys are in the pocket of big oil.


Good, eco idiot hippy's are ruining the forest. Open the canopy up with responsible drilling and timber harvest.

Austin is perfect example... Cedar nice this time of year?



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#6603030 - 12/26/16 01:36 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: lthomas132]
Simple Searcher Offline
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Originally Posted By: lthomas132
Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Originally Posted By: foodieguy
Well, Tillerson as secretary of state and Pruitt as head of the EPA really. With those guys in in seems like the deck is stacked in favor of the oil and gas industry. Interior secretary has a lot of say on exploration of oil and gas on public land. Those two guys are in the pocket of big oil.


Good, eco idiot hippy's are ruining the forest. Open the canopy up with responsible drilling and timber harvest.

Austin is perfect example... Cedar nice this time of year?



cheers
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#6603183 - 12/26/16 04:55 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: BOBO the Clown]
foodieguy Offline
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Registered: 02/07/13
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Loc: Austin
Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Originally Posted By: foodieguy
Well, Tillerson as secretary of state and Pruitt as head of the EPA really. With those guys in in seems like the deck is stacked in favor of the oil and gas industry. Interior secretary has a lot of say on exploration of oil and gas on public land. Those two guys are in the pocket of big oil.


Good, eco idiot hippy's are ruining the forest. Open the canopy up with responsible drilling and timber harvest.

Austin is perfect example... Cedar nice this time of year?



Not much public land in TX, and not sure at all how cedar trees in central TX relates to public lands? All I'm saying is that those guys are likely to exploit OUR public lands for way too cheap. I guess we'll see if Zinke can stand up for the the hunters and hikers.
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#6607099 - 12/29/16 01:54 PM Re: Trump's pick for Interior Secretary looks to be good for hunters [Re: foodieguy]
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Originally Posted By: foodieguy
Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Originally Posted By: foodieguy
Well, Tillerson as secretary of state and Pruitt as head of the EPA really. With those guys in in seems like the deck is stacked in favor of the oil and gas industry. Interior secretary has a lot of say on exploration of oil and gas on public land. Those two guys are in the pocket of big oil.


Good, eco idiot hippy's are ruining the forest. Open the canopy up with responsible drilling and timber harvest.

Austin is perfect example... Cedar nice this time of year?



Not much public land in TX, and not sure at all how cedar trees in central TX relates to public lands? All I'm saying is that those guys are likely to exploit OUR public lands for way too cheap. I guess we'll see if Zinke can stand up for the the hunters and hikers.


I'm sure if it is "exploited" as you say it will be to the highest bidder on fed lands.

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