Farmer faces $2.8 million fine after plowing field

Did you know that I have a “wetlands” in my backyard every time we get a good rain? Did you know I don’t give a shit? Waters of the United States?

A farmer faces trial in federal court this summer and a $2.8 million fine for failing to get a permit to plow his field and plant wheat in Tehama County.

A lawyer for Duarte Nursery said the case is important because it could set a precedent requiring other farmers to obtain costly, time-consuming permits just to plow their fields.

“We’re not going to produce much food under those kinds of regulations,” he said.

A “permit” to plow “his field”?

Gov-ern-ment. Governmenting your life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness right down the sewage drain.

Meanwhile, just in:

Zuckerberg gives his BILLIONS away to government, demands government should give him enough money to meet his, and your, basic needs. Demands his life of “equality” be on par with everyone else.

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6 Responses to Farmer faces $2.8 million fine after plowing field

  1. gamegetterII says:

    Supposedly the God emporer signed an executive order repealing the waters of the U.S. rules.
    A friend has a 62 acre property with a 7 acre lake on it. To dredge the silt out of a couple parts of the lake would require permits from the Ohio EPA and the corps of engineers.
    A condo complex I do a lot of work on had to go through the same shit just to dump stone in a creek that’s eroding the land behind the condos along the creek.
    Took them 2 years to get the permits approved then the corps of engineers drew up where they wanted rock anf where they wanted the creek dredged with track hoe.
    The dumb asses made the problem worse- one lady has lost 15′ of her back yard already.
    You would think that being the corps of engineers they would understand water flow. They did the exact opposite of what would have solved the problem.
    The rules need to go- neither the EPA or the corps of engineers has any business regulating farmers fields or small creeks or drainage ditches.
    Originally it was navigible waters of the U.S. that the corps regulated- they didn’t even do a good job of that.

    • Curtis says:

      Again, it is all United Nations clap-trap.

      Why is it still here on American soil?

      • gamegetterII says:

        None of this agenda 21/ agenda 2030/ sustainability horsepucky should be going on here.
        It got seriously ramped up during Obama’s 8 years.
        They snuck in all kunds of related claptrap in rural areas. Plus we now have the freakin EPA regulating woodburning stoves and fireplaces.
        I heat our house with wood and there’s no way I’m getting an “EPA approved” woodburner or installing a new “EPA approved” chimney with an “improved spark arrestor/ chimney cap”
        This nonsense is so far out of control it can’t be fixed short of a revolution and starting over without 99% of fed laws and regulations.

        • Curtis says:

          I agree… but there is not going to be a revolution. Nor will there be a civil war. At best…? Mass riots, massive martial law.

          • gamegetterII says:

            Yep- no one will do anything because they’re all too busy watching sportsball on tee vee and working two jobs to pay off the kids college and all the credit card debt and home equity loans.
            Instead of saving up to buy stuff people want it right now.
            Too many still believe if they just get the right politicians elected everything will be fixed.
            Average IQ and level of knowledge of college grads has been going down for years. The lefts indoctrination centers have created a nation of stupid people.

            • Curtis says:

              And then tell them to link this all back the Operation Paper Clip, MkUltra, Project Monarch, and etc., and they will look at you like you are off your schizoid meds.

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