Dwane Ehmer of Irrigon Ore., a supporter of the armed group occupying Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, rides his horse near the refuge on Jan. 8. Wallace Stegner would have recognized the occupiers for what they are: a highly subsidized special interest group, David Gessner writes.
Dwane Ehmer of Irrigon Ore., a supporter of the armed group occupying Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, rides his horse near the refuge on Jan. 8. Wallace Stegner would have recognized the occupiers for what they are: a highly subsidized special interest group, David Gessner writes. Rick Bowmer The Associated Press
Dwane Ehmer of Irrigon Ore., a supporter of the armed group occupying Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, rides his horse near the refuge on Jan. 8. Wallace Stegner would have recognized the occupiers for what they are: a highly subsidized special interest group, David Gessner writes. Rick Bowmer The Associated Press

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