Ranchers win case over Navajo eviction

Ranchers win case over Navajo eviction

There are 4 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Mar 2, 2011, titled Ranchers win case over Navajo eviction. In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:

A district court judge on Monday dismissed a case against Loretta Morris, who faced eviction from the ranch land she and her husband, Raymond Morris, leased from the Navajo Nation for the last 40 years.

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Ranchers Insider

Rio Rancho, NM

#4 Mar 2, 2011
Congratulations Jim! A job well done and another feather in your hat. Thanks for your fight against big government who is obviously overweighted, narcist, dictatorial, and downright selfish. Yes, we all know that awarding to the highest bidders, playing under the table, playing favortism, and being stubborn is so wrong. Ranchers expects to be ranching for a long time; and when they lose the bid (as in this case), they have to go bankrupt. Where else can they ship their livestocks? Obviously they are enrolled member of Navajo tribe and the tribal government, again, is raping its own sovereign, its own clan, its own k'e. Thanks Jim for sticking up for the little guys.
Huh

Salt Lake City, UT

#7 Mar 2, 2011
Ranchers Insider wrote:
Congratulations Jim! A job well done and another feather in your hat. Thanks for your fight against big government who is obviously overweighted, narcist, dictatorial, and downright selfish. Yes, we all know that awarding to the highest bidders, playing under the table, playing favortism, and being stubborn is so wrong. Ranchers expects to be ranching for a long time; and when they lose the bid (as in this case), they have to go bankrupt. Where else can they ship their livestocks? Obviously they are enrolled member of Navajo tribe and the tribal government, again, is raping its own sovereign, its own clan, its own k'e. Thanks Jim for sticking up for the little guys.
Shirley and Shelly are synonymous in name and leadership. No respect for the real people.
Good Grief

Farmington, NM

#9 Mar 2, 2011
Ranchers Insider wrote:
Congratulations Jim! A job well done and another feather in your hat. Thanks for your fight against big government who is obviously overweighted, narcist, dictatorial, and downright selfish. Yes, we all know that awarding to the highest bidders, playing under the table, playing favortism, and being stubborn is so wrong. Ranchers expects to be ranching for a long time; and when they lose the bid (as in this case), they have to go bankrupt. Where else can they ship their livestocks? Obviously they are enrolled member of Navajo tribe and the tribal government, again, is raping its own sovereign, its own clan, its own k'e. Thanks Jim for sticking up for the little guys.
I totally agree. How can that Nation practice K'e if they don't practice it themselves. K'e is just a fable, nothing else. Doesn't mean anything. Greed is the norm now and slap your fellow man.
Northern ranchers

Shiprock, NM

#10 Mar 2, 2011
Good Grief wrote:
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I totally agree. How can that Nation practice K'e if they don't practice it themselves. K'e is just a fable, nothing else. Doesn't mean anything. Greed is the norm now and slap your fellow man.
getting rid of MR.FRITZ ROANHORSE,the former director for that department,was the best thing ever happened to the ranchers in that area.he(roanhorse)was tottally bias,buddy-buddy system,favoritism-n- neptsm was HIS AGENDA YEAR ROUND with his so called wanabee cowboys and he used to bragged everything bout himself and his dep't while he used to be a rodeo judge.good thing they caught him taking tons of hay,that was originally budget for the low-income people out on the rezz and using his tribal assigned vehicle for his own usage to NFR in L.V. every year.

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