The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) says activities including oil and gas development on federal lands managed by the agency contributed $105 billion in economic output in fiscal 2018.
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I was driving home the other day when I saw a very handsome, second generation Chevy II Nova. It caught my eye first, because it was a vintage automobile, but also because it was bright metallic blue! I’m not a blue car guy in general, but this hue looked “righteous” (a ‘hip’ term we baby boomers often used back in the day) on this 2-door hardtop. (For the record, ‘righteous’ in this context, is a slang word meaning absolutely genuine or wonderful, as in “this Chevy II Nova was righteous.”)
"We're going nowhere and people are dying unnecessarily."
The Democrats running for president have demanded the government raise taxes on income, gasoline, energy, capital gains and your life savings at death. And your retirement savings will be hit by multiple taxes that they promise will only hurt “the rich” but will first and foremost reduce the value of your savings in your IRA or 401(k) or health savings account.
Energy and mineral development on lands managed by the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) in Nevada contributed nearly $3.8 billion in added value to the state’s economy last year, according to a department report.
The United Auto Workers’ strike against General Motors may be nearing an end after a month after it was announced late Wednesday a tentative agreement had been reached. One day later, however, that announcement might prove premature.
Recreation on federal lands managed by the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) in Arizona contributed $1.8 billion in added value to the state’s economy last year, according to a report by the federal agency.
Nebraska will not only take its football team but also its marching band to Ireland in 2021 when the Huskers open the season in Dublin against Illinois, according to a copy of the contract between NU and Irish American Events Limited obtained by the Journal Star.