The November 2015 GPAA news of Feinstein's push for 3 "national monuments" with childish referral to having an executive order cooked up if nobody likes it really is a chuckle. Everyone might be better off realizing what northern California residents had done to them. The Klamath National Forest was all private property. Just look at it on the map. Nobody helped them back during the grab or now. We only express our want to follow along into the same land on the hwy etched through there after the national park service took the majority of land owners property. Then we want to chase gold in every way, shape and form.
Pretty sad world we live in. That classical fantasy of the bear and eagle battle is maybe California's bear on their flag and the federal government. I'm sure everyone will want whatever is left to argue about. Whose property was the current land in the first place before being designated public land. California is known for even telling raisin growers what prices they can set when it isn't any of their business. Like they say California is a land of plenty, plenty of taking other people for as much as they can. Good luck stopping yet another national designation. I don't doubt her efforts are for future mineral rights deals, fracking rights, steering real estate growth and getting higher prices for known donators. Same old same old legal for only politicians.