@nytimes
The New York Times
6 days ago
A heated Senate panel deadlocked over the nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning to lead the Bureau of Land Management. Republicans have accused her of lying about her link to a decades-old plot to drive metal spikes into trees to prevent the sale of timber.
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@Motivated2insp_
Motivated2inspire
6 days ago
@Motivated2insp_
Motivated2inspire
6 days ago
Jab Remorse
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@BillBeaird
Bill Beaird
6 days ago
@nytimes Brilliant idea, the iron spikes
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@GranfalloonX
Billy Pilgrim
6 days ago
@nytimes They probably think it's Black Lives Matter.
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@MaggieLynn1954
Justice and Liberty for all /Maggie May
6 days ago
@nytimes When one is in a guerrilla war! One must use whatever mean you have to end the war. Even if those means are questionable. Teddy Roosevelt was the first person in high enough power to began saving our national forests. They are a treasure and resource must be managed not abused.
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@ArizLib
Arizona Bill 🌊🌡 🌊
5 days ago
@nytimes I support this nominee >because< she was aligned w/ EarthFirst! in the 80's and >then< chose a profession aimed at advancing environmental policy/regulations over activist-driven conflict. Labeling hippy tree-spikers eco-terrorists, but not ExxonMobil/Koch Brothers is ludicrous.
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