A sign tacked outside a home in Burns, Ore., reflects growing community sentiment that members of the armed group led by Ammon Bundy aren't welcome.
A sign tacked outside a home in Burns, Ore., reflects growing community sentiment that members of the armed group led by Ammon Bundy aren't welcome. Les Zaitz Associated Press
A sign tacked outside a home in Burns, Ore., reflects growing community sentiment that members of the armed group led by Ammon Bundy aren't welcome. Les Zaitz Associated Press

Oregon standoff is armed grab of public land, not patriotism

January 08, 2016 10:00 PM

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