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Join us this week as we delve into some of the latest surprises in a few high profile crime cases involving Mormonism, including the recent Ruby Franke guilty plea deal and the latest around Tim Ballard and OUR and the mysterious White Board Meeting. As Christmas approaches we take a look at the LDS Giving Machines. What do we know about how they are being utilized in terms of who is getting the goods and who gets to count the donations? As we approach the conclusion of our program, we tackle the recent land acquisitions by the LDS Church in Nebraska, exploring the motivations behind the land grab and its broader implications. Our panel discussion promises to provide diverse perspectives on the LDS Church’s Mormon Monopoly of land and property over the past decade.

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  1. Steve Udy December 31, 2023 at 6:28 pm - Reply

    Working for the Church ranch in Florida for 20 years, I can shed some light on why. AgReserves the farm land division buys 2 types of farmground. First is what they call a transition property. So this is farm land that they determine will be housing in 10 to 15 years but you can buy it for farm prices now and also buy water with the land. So you own the land and the water. They picked areas like Twin Falls Idaho 15 years ago and Raleigh North Carolina as areas they would buy lease back to farmer and hope in 10 years it went from $10K an acre to $100K an acre without having to add any invest to it but legal . The other land Nebraska is ranch land that will return a good investment with cattle. Sandhills of Nebraska and Miles City Montana they don’t think it will be houses. But when ya can operate a ranch without worrying about cash flow like so many ranchers do and not pay interest or taxes then why the hell not.

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