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public lands

17 petitions

Update posted 2 days ago

Petition to U.S. House of Representatives, Justin Amash, Dave Brat, Jim Bridenstine, Michael Burgess, Jason Chaffetz, Curt Clawson, Ron DeSantis, Jeff Duncan, Scott Garrett, Chris Gibson, Louie Gohmert, Paul Gosar, Trey Gowdy, Morgan Griffith, Tim Huelskamp, Walter Jones, Jim Jordan, Raul Labrador, Cynthia Lummis, Ted Poe, Bill Posey, Thomas Massie, Tom McClintock, Mark Meadows, Mick Mulvaney, Reid Ribble, Dana Rohrabacher, Todd Rokita, Matt Salmon, Mark Sanford, David Schweikert, Jason Smith, MARLIN STUTZMAN, Greg Walden, Rand Paul, Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senate, David Vitter, Brian Sandoval, Nevada State House, Nevada State Senate, Sheriff Joe Lombardo, Adam Laxalt, Gloria M. Navarro

Impeach Judge Gloria M. Navarro

We the People of the United States petition the U.S. House of Representatives to impeach Judge Gloria M. Navarro of the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada for committing treason and collaborating in the insurrection against the Constitutional authority of the federal government pursuant to Article I Section 8 Clause 15, Article 3 Section 3 and Article 2 Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution, 18 U.S.C § 2831 and 18 U.S. § Code 2383. Whereas Judge Navarro, at the direction of the FBI, BLM, and other federal agencies, is unlawfully detaining (Amendment VIII of the Bill of Rights & 18 U.S.C. § 3142), and has been for over nine months, prominent activists within the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom political movement for exercising their First Amendment protected rights—protesting against federal government overreach [the fact it had sold 9,000 acres of public land bordering Bundy Ranch and other people who own grazing rights to the division to a Communist Chinese energy firm represented by Rory Reid (Harry Reid's son), EMM, for $4.5 million, $34.1 million less than its value, and began rounding up the Bundy’s cattle and holding them in inhumane conditions … at least 60 purportedly suffering death or missing]—and, in order to suppress C4CF 's education of the People, they have been charged by the FBI for violating 18 U.S.C. § 371 - Conspiracy to Commit an Offense Against the United States; 18 U.S.C. § 372 - Conspiracy to Impede and Injure a Federal Officer; 18 U.S.C. § lll(a)(l) and (b) - Assault on a Federal Officer; 18 U.S.C. § 115(a)(l)(B) - Threatening a Federal Law Enforcement Officer; 18 U.S. C. § 924(c) - Use and Carry of a Firearm in Relation to a Crime of Violence; 18 U.S.C. § 1503 - Obstruction of the Due Administration of Justice; 18 U.S.C. § 1951 - Interference with Interstate Commerce by Extortion; 18 U.S.C. § 1952 - Interstate Travel in Aid of Extortion; 18 U.S.C. § 2 - Aiding and Abetting. Among the political prisoners are Cliven, Ammon, Ryan and Mel Bundy, Peter Santilli (a journalist), Ryan Payne, Blaine Cooper, Eric Parker and Jerry DeLumus—all of whom provide C4CF with necessary influence. Whereas the discovery comprises substantial evidence proving the innocence of the defendants but is being concealed from the public at the order of Judge Navarro (in violation of Amendment VI of the Bill of Rights and Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure). These prisoners have also been subjected to mistreatment by the FBI, U.S. Marshall Service and employees of the correctional facilities. Whereas Judge Navarro is consciously proceeding with falsified charges filed by the FBI against C4CF and refusing to grant motions to dismiss after learning that Sheriff Douglas Gillespie and many other local, state and federal officials ordered the BLM to return the cattle to the Bundy’s and withdraw from the land, and being presented with relevant laws [Article I Section 8 Clause 17 & Article IV Section 3 Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution, Rule 501 of the Federal Rules of Evidence and Nevada Revised Statute 568.225] were presented to her by the defense. Whereas, after being ordered by Sheriff Gillespie to stand down, Special Agent Dan P. Love of the BLM continued to impede on the rights and jurisdiction of the People of Clark County and all People of Nevada unabated; Committing acts of aggression that should be considered attempts to seriously injure or even kill peaceful protesters, including tazing several individuals and using blunt force (some already challenged by physical disabilities)—an apparent result of its militarization. Sheriff Gillespie stated that "anyone who had been in policing would question their tactics." Whereas Judge Navarro is participating in a cover up of the suppression by the FBI (by way of COINTELPRO tactics) of the right to the free exercise of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, peaceful assembly, and petition the Government for a redress of grievances. One of the main functions of government is to enforce contracts, and in this case not only is the government failing to enforce a contract but it is also the contractor, and have abridged their obligations in addition to preventing the contractee(s) [Cliven Bundy—We the People] from discharging our duties enumerated in Article I Section 8 Clause 15 & 16 of the U.S. Constitution & 10 U.S.C § 311 and pursuant to Rule 501 of the Federal Rules of Evidence. Whereas Judge Navarro has proven herself unfit to be an impartial Federal Judge; Consistent to the extreme bias expressed by her assistance given to the federal government and its usurpation of power and by covering up the inhumane treatment of political activists who are being unlawfully detained for exercising their rights protected by the First Amendment to enforce the rule of law—to establish justice, insure domestic Tranquility, secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, guarantee a Republican Form of Government, and secure the right to life, liberty and property, as ordained by the Creator in the U.S. Constitution.

Matthew Deatherage
10,273 supporters
Update posted 2 days ago

Petition to San Francisco Recreation and Park Commissioners, Ahsha Safai, Hillary Ronen, Malia Cohen, Mayor Ed Lee

Do not approve the trails and paths focus plan by the Recreation and Park Department.

The SF Park Commission Rubber Stamped that funding be approved for the entire Vision Plan on November 16 despite 949 park enthusiasts signing the petition against the Trail and Path portion of the Vision Plan. We need to be active and attend the next yet to be announced Trail and Path meeting to get the changes we want.  The plan offered by RPD runs counter to what the public has called for during a year of "community driven process." Major changes need to be negotiated before we will have a plan that serves the needs of the public.  We want to preserve the character of McLaren Park, keeping it wild and free.  The trail network is a vital part of McLaren Park. We do not want 5 miles of trails taken away.  Here are some specific issues that need to be considered. We... want the paved paths repaired and made safe. An intersection that should be included is at Cambridge and Shelly. It is dangerous and poorly designed. want the existing trails maintained and repaired, not closed.
 do not approve of the closure of the recently built University Hill Switchbacks and the Upper Reservoir Switchbacks. Add in erosion control techniques. There are none currently.
 do not want any areas closed so that there is no access. want to keep the trails narrow and winding. The trails are for enjoyment, not just getting from A to B. do not want money spent on trail reroutes and having to move Philosopher's Way Markers, bench or musing stations unnecessarily. want to keep the existing grades to most trails. Not all trails need to be easy.
 want to improve the existing trails in the Redwood Grove to bypass the main picnic/ kid's playground area. want to improve the trail leading down from Peace Sign Hill down towards the Blue Tower while leaving the bench where it is. do not want fences. They just get vandalized.
 the trees to be maintained and remove the dangerous ones.
 don't want unnecessary improvements such as a welcome center/sign. RPD can't afford the maintenance. 
 want the wide trail leading down from the Upper Reservoir to the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater repaired. want maps of the park on the trails. Maps have been asked for since the 80s. That is why people still feel lost or overwhelmed.

ALEXANDER ALDRICH
1,001 supporters
Update posted 3 weeks ago

Petition to Steven Oroho, Robert Menendez, Cory Booker, Raymond Lesniak, Bob Smith, John McKeon, Samuel Thompson, Gail Phoebus, Parker Space, Christopher Bateman, Tim Eustace, Paul Moriarty, Michael Doherty, Brian Stack, Loretta Weinberg, Nia Gill, M. Teresa Ruiz, John Wisniewski, Annette Quijano, Thomas Kean, Vincent Prieto, Linda Greenstein, Robert Karabinchak

HELP SAVE OUR PRECIOUS PUBLIC LANDS!

The State of New Jersey wants to sell out the Sparta Mountain Wildlife Management Area to commercial loggers, hunters and other private interests. THEY MUST BE STOPPED. Under the guise of a “forest stewardship plan,” State bureaucrats are trying to raise money by permitting clear cutting, herbicidal and fire use and the degradation of our water supply and other natural resources in our public open spaces.  Sparta Mountain, like many other public open spaces, is home to many rare and endangered plant and animal species. This bogus plan would cause irreparable damage to the complex wetland systems and C1 trout streams assigned the highest classification in the State.   The Highlands region, which includes the Sparta Mountains, also provides the drinking water to over 70% of ALL NJ residents. This plan sells out our New Jersey’s public lands and parks which belong to all of us and are held in the public trust. They must not be sold to the highest bidder. Don’t let State bureaucrats destroy our forests, endanger our water supply and decrease our property values.  Help stop commercial logging on Sparta Mountain before it’s too late!    ACTION PETITION FOR: We, the undersigned, as concerned citizens, urge our elected officials (local, state, and federal) to act now to stop the DEVASTATION of our cherished Sparta Mountain Wildlife Management Area. We call for them to prohibit commercial clear cutting, herbicidal and fire use and the degradation of our water supply and other natural resources in our public open spaces by requiring the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife to ABANDON the proposed 10-year Forest Stewardship Plan for SMWMA and withdraw bills S768 and A1505 from consideration.

Friends of Sparta Mountain
3,299 supporters
Update posted 3 weeks ago

Petition to PA Game Commissioner Stanley Knick Jr.

No Wind Turbines on Pennsylvania State Game Lands 300

Please sign this Petition stating you oppose a wind project on State Game Lands 300. A different website is asking people to sign a petition so the Pennsylvania Game Commission will allow an industrial wind project to be built on State Game Lands 300 in Lackawanna County. We need to show the Pennsylvania Game Commission, the wind company, our legislators, and others, that hunters and Pennsylvania residents are opposed to commercial development on state game lands.  Pennsylvania’s State Game Lands provide habitat protection to many species of plants and animals, many of which are rare or threatened.  In addition to protecting natural habitats, our state game lands provide various opportunities ranging from hunting to hiking.  According to the Pennsylvania Game Commission, species popular for hunting in State Game Lands 300 are, “white-tailed deer, eastern wild turkey, black bear, coyote, ruffed grouse and squirrels.  Snowshoe hares are also present on SGL 300." State Game Lands 300, located in Lackawanna and Wayne Counties, provides protection for a globally rare ridgetop ecosystem that is known in only a few places in Pennsylvania.  This rare habitat in SGL 300 is called the Moosic Mountain Barrens.  Just south of SGL 300 is The Nature Conservancy’s Dick & Nancy Eales Preserve.  The Nature Conservancy (TNC) received a $1.1 million grant from Pennsylvania in 2001 to protect this area from commercial development.  While the wind turbines would not be built on TNC’s property, it could impact their fire management program.  Moosic Mountain is not barren, but that is the term used to describe this habitat because the vegetation is mostly shrubs, small trees, and open areas of grasses and flowering plants.  The natural succession to a forest with taller trees is inhibited by poor soil and by a history of fires. Prescribed fire is used today to maintain the habitat.  Please help us protect Moosic Mountain from commercial development.

Juniata Valley Audubon Society
1,323 supporters