Fine, do what you want. You sell over priced Crappy products bought by idiots. So whatever spend money on lawyers who will who buy your Crappy gear.
If a president can designate a monument, he can undesignate it. Nothing to sue over. The reality is the president has too much power in this area. There’s been a huge land grab in the past several administrations. Give control to the states.
the land is still very much protected...just let's us ordinary folk use it.. this Patagonia guy is either really stupid or just wants cheap publicity.
The only land that is controlled by the federal government according to the Constitution are the 10 sq miles of Washington DC and military bases and ports in the various states. National park land is unconstitutional...
What?!! The monuments are going to be returned to the state of virtual "Armageddon" they were in under Obama, Bush, Clinton, etc. before Obama "declared" them as national monuments?
No, the President did not steal any land. It belonged to the federal government, and the land is being released from them. If anything, it is being "unstolen",
Intelligent Americans agree....Trump is stealing public lands to give to private for-profit corporations. Once this land is gone and destroyed it is gone forever.....hope the fat-cat Republicans enjoy taking their grandkids to land that is now pitted by coal mines and oil drills destroying all the natural lands of our national parks. Trump and the Republicans have no shame, and the foolish Americans who support this destruction and take over of our national park's land are beyond ignorant.
President Trump never took it. It’s still owned by native Americans. He is just reversing what Obummer did within the last 10 years. ABC News, just tell the correct entire story.#MAGA 🇱🇷🇱🇷🇱🇷
"Activism" is tax deductible and this is called free national advertising. Good. Now I refuse to buy from them. 40% of the land west of the Mississippi is Federaly owned and out of bounds and off limits to Americans who pay the government to keep Americans out. That's Bullsh!t!
I wonder if liberals really understand the issue.
For Utah Native Americans, this improved access is important. For centuries, they have used the land around the Bears Ears National Monument to hunt, gather, and worship. Many would come on foot while others would utilize off-highway vehicles to collect firewood, gather medicinal herbs or meet in specific locations for religious ceremonies.
The federal government could preclude these uses under a restrictive monument designation – as it has in Arizona’s Canyon de Chelly, Wupatki and even Utah's Natural Bridges.