The sentencing in a 2012 arson case in Oregon led to a protest by Ammon Bundy and dozens of others who complained about alleged federal overreach.
When public land is transferred to states, significant portions end up being sold off to private interests—and that means less wild nature for all Americans to enjoy.
Taking over a federal building at the point of a rifle gives protest a bad name.
Colbert deploys the "Oreo phone" to get these boys some emergency snacks.
Following in the footsteps of his father, Ammon Bundy and his fellow protesters are demanding that the U.S. government surrender public control of an Oregon habitat preserve to private ranchers and loggers in Harney County.