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Once again, the usual killjoy forces have made an attack upon freedom and personal property. This time, the targets are Lorene and her family, and their longtime home in the Mojave.

Read an account of the situation by Lorene's daughter Robin, and the letter Lorene sent to her Senator.

Then -- please -- take a moment to send an e-mail of support to your senators and representatives. You can also phone the National Parks Service, at 760-255-8803, or direct your letters and concerns directly to The Honorable Richard Pombo, who is in charge of the oversight commitee on Endangered Species Act Abuse (202-225-1947; fax 202-226-0861).

If you like, you can use this form letter, so you can easily add your voice to this effort.

Of course, you can also write your own letter; if you're not certain of what to say, some examples are on the response page.

You can also add your comments to be posted on the response page.

Lorene's family is selling t-shirts and caps to help cover the costs of their battle with the government. You can buy them at

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