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Title: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: shinobi on February 08, 2019, 09:19:34 AM
You are reading this forum's Bradford County, PA, board.

We do not have a great many people living here in Bradford County.  With the exception of the Rocket-Courier, in Wyalusing, we are without newspapers having other than a viewpoint friendly to the far left.  On a personal note, I live quite distant from Wyalusing, much closer to Elmira, and I can assure you the Star-Gazette also leans to the far left.  Hence, I want to offer this observation relating to our county, one you're unlikely to find in a local newspaper:

Bradford County was targeted yesterday for massive change.  A young NYC woman named AOC (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) released a document she calls a "Green New Deal".  She is not targeting alone our hundreds of natural gas wells.  She is also attacking even our cows and other farm animals!!  AOC is proposing what is essentially a nuclear bomb strike on our county, wiping out most of what is here and installing, instead, windmills from border to border.

All right, I can hear the howls of laughter from my fellow Bradford Countians, even way out here.  You wonder how any person could be as just plain nuts as AOC clearly is.  She even makes other NYC denizens appear sane by comparison.  Right?

Well, she is nuts, certifiably so.  She is even a bit more "out there" than our resident crazy, macal.  But you MUST keep in mind these people, all of them, actually BELIEVE the sort of horse crap they promulgate.  And they are dangerous.  AOC is clearly and self-evidently a communist, one who cloaks herself as being "merely" a socialist.  And she has a tremendous advantage over most of you reading this:  She is very young, and she will be spewing her BS for many years after most of us are dead and buried.

It may close sooner or it may close later.  But there is a vice closing on our county, a force for unwanted change our beloved Bradford County might ultimately be unable to resist.  Here is a link to this woman's asinine vision:

https://news.grabien.com/story-ocasio-cortez-fixing-global-warming-requires-massive-governm (https://news.grabien.com/story-ocasio-cortez-fixing-global-warming-requires-massive-governm)     
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 08, 2019, 10:36:02 AM

  The sky is falling. Blah Blah Blah.
 Waa waa waa.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: moldyoak on February 08, 2019, 12:07:15 PM
She's certifiable all right.  The 'green new deal' is quite literally comical and I have enough faith in a fairly large majority of my fellow Americans of all political persuasions to see it for the horse crap it is.  the only reason anyone has been paying attention to this lunatic is because she's forceful, photogenic and knows how to work twitter.  I guess it takes a twit!  Her star will fade sooner or later - idiocy is initially entertaining but over time grows tiresome.  Let's not forget, either, she's simply representing a fairly small district in NYC that is certainly not representative of the majority of the country.  IMHO, she's just a flash in the pan with whom the media is currently infatuated.  She's apparently quite adept hiding within the twitter-sphere, but practically every in-person interview is a disaster that exposes just how lacking in common sense and possessive of tunnel vision she actually is.

The concern is that our entire educational system, especially higher education, is completely rife with people who think like her, completely insulated in their cocoons, and these idiots are able to affect a strong force upon youth - youth who, by and large, are still dependent upon mom and dad to support them.  The problem is these 'kids' can typically vote before having to experience a healthy dose of the real world, so they tend to think idealistically and in trending twitter hashtags.  The best way to combat this is to TALK to your kids and rather than simply dismiss this popular horse crap, be prepared to offer intelligent and real-world arguments as to WHY it's horse crap, and be prepared to debate calmly.  That will go a long way.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: JEB on February 08, 2019, 02:26:07 PM

  The sky is falling. Blah Blah Blah.
 Waa waa waa.
it
 Why would you care? The change would not affect you because you don't own anything here.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 08, 2019, 02:52:59 PM
Lexie Occasionally Conscious (or is it Often Confused?) evidently has been upbraided by our dear Nasty Nancy for uncongressional behavior during the SOTU.  A complete loon, wants to get rid of all fossil fueled stuff world wide and across the board.  (By the way, natural gas is a fossil fuel, matty.  Don't be the nail.)  Hm.  Well, I dare say that tourists will not be too happy going to Hawaii under sail, and for sure "sailing down the highway" will take on a whole new meaning.  Once her constituency realizes just how far off plumb she is, there COULD be a recall.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 08, 2019, 03:48:43 PM

  The sky is falling. Blah Blah Blah.
 Waa waa waa.
it
 Why would you care? The change would not affect you because you don't own anything here.

  Oh really. What makes you think that?
 
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: JEB on February 09, 2019, 10:07:17 AM
Macal, The reason that I don't think you own property here is that you said once you were in a production unit in North Towanda and I ask you where it was and you said near the intersection of RT 6 and 220. I said that is where my gravel pit is and I ask you if your property was near it and then you said that your property was near Mountian Lake.
Another time we were talking about signing gas leases and you told us that you had never signed a gas lease and that you had a partner that signed it. This property you said was is Susquehanna County.  Again to prove you are involved in any gas well here in Pa post one of your royalty checks. That will clear up everything. Until you do that your credibility is questionable. 
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 10:48:41 AM

   We have CHK property up Bridge Street Hill. Family hunting property. Nothing really happening there.
 One crappy well. with a little of our acreage in the unit. That gas is 90% still in the ground.

  My personal property is in Susquehanna County. Cabot is rockin that.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 09, 2019, 12:13:55 PM
which well that way we can see what you call rocking          I'm starting to side with Wyalusing Jim   that your living in your mothers basement eating junk food & watching porn  only difference is I believe your a 50 year old jealous disgruntle man ?   
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: JEB on February 09, 2019, 12:29:16 PM

   We have CHK property up Bridge Street Hill. Family hunting property. Nothing really happening there.
 One crappy well. with a little of our acreage in the unit. That gas is 90% still in the ground.

  My personal property is in Susquehanna County. Cabot is rockin that.
You also said you owned business in Towanda. What names you are operating them under?
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 12:30:45 PM

  I dont have business in Towanda. Never said that. I have a little something going in Susquehanna County.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 12:40:15 PM
which well that way we can see what you call rocking          I'm starting to side with Wyalusing Jim   that your living in your mothers basement eating junk food & watching porn  only difference is I believe your a 50 year old jealous disgruntle man ?

  Jealous of what. You? Dream on Rat.
   
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: JEB on February 09, 2019, 01:39:13 PM

  I dont have business in Towanda. Never said that. I have a little something going in Susquehanna County.
What is the real estate tax number of the property you own in Susquehanna County and what township is it located in? What is the name of the NG production unit you are in?
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 01:57:53 PM

  What. I grew up in Towanda. Still very connected there. You?
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: JEB on February 09, 2019, 02:24:25 PM

  What. I grew up in Towanda. Still very connected there. You?
I grew up in Troy and I am not trying to embarrass you, but I can't understand how you can be upset with CHK's deductions and be in favor of green energy and a severance tax that would net you less money from the sale of the gas. That makes me think that you are not involved in anything in PA at all.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 02:42:52 PM

  I dont see renewables as a threat to natural gas. A good compliment actually. I see coal as a competitor, but we are winning that battle.

  The severance tax issue is that big a deal for me. Wolf actually proposed exempting royalties. Either way the state needs money. I dont like the fact they are running deficits.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 09, 2019, 02:56:06 PM
needs money but can't stop spending   with pie in the sky promises  were is it stated that wolfie will exempt those with leases besides your unverified post
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 03:12:46 PM

  Why don't you ask your buddy Yaw?
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 09, 2019, 03:20:11 PM

  What. I grew up in Towanda. Still very connected there. You?
I grew up in Troy and I am not trying to embarrass you, but I can't understand how you can be upset with CHK's deductions and be in favor of green energy and a severance tax that would net you less money from the sale of the gas. That makes me think that you are not involved in anything in PA at all.
I believe he has an interest in a quarry, just to keep the price down of replacing the rocks in is head as they wear out.  Is there a severance tax on bluestone?
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 03:26:08 PM
  Jeb. Looks like you and I  are natives. The flatlanders come in with a lot of attitude.
  Its the way its always been.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: JEB on February 09, 2019, 03:49:55 PM

  I dont see renewables as a threat to natural gas. A good compliment actually. I see coal as a competitor, but we are winning that battle.

  The severance tax issue is that big a deal for me. Wolf actually proposed exempting royalties. Either way the state needs money. I dont like the fact they are running deficits.

The state would be running in a deficit if we gave them all of the gas money. They would manage to outspend any amount of money they get and would be asking for more.
What about the Pa landowners? Don't you think they need money?  I don't know many landowners that are well off and don't need money.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: Wax on February 09, 2019, 03:59:10 PM

  I dont see renewables as a threat to natural gas. A good compliment actually. I see coal as a competitor, but we are winning that battle.

  The severance tax issue is that big a deal for me. Wolf actually proposed exempting royalties. Either way the state needs money. I dont like the fact they are running deficits.

The state would be running in a deficit if we gave them all of the gas money. They would manage to outspend any amount of money they get and would be asking for more.
What about the Pa landowners? Don't you think they need money?  I don't know many landowners that are well off and don't need money.
Very true.
Maybe the state legislatures could approve a law to collect "death tax" before you die ?  Strictly on a voluntary bases at present day values. I"ll bet they would jump on it. That's why they want to sell turnpike, liquor license, etc. Advanced payments, is something they love. Of course they would spend that money, before it ever materialized.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 09, 2019, 05:00:14 PM
I agree Wolf is already spending money he doesn't have   but nothing for our rural school districts just the bloated Philly [they need more Spanish speaking teachers for there sanctuary city ]  Pitts & Harrisburg  already moved tax money there way     
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 09, 2019, 05:21:07 PM
I agree Wolf is already spending money he doesn't have   

Puts me in mind of lifetime memberships.  You may be a life member but you will still be hit for annual contributions, and the organization will be spending it before it's earned, you betcha.  Not even a tiny prayer of escrowing against the future.  Sorta like SS was supposed to be initially.  Axxholes.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 05:51:50 PM

  Death and taxes. Who said that.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 09, 2019, 07:24:39 PM

  Why don't you ask your buddy Yaw?
Yaw didn't say lease holders would be exempt you did
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 07:37:32 PM

  I said Wolf did a few years back. Should of jumped on it then. The tax is going to come eventually.. Hasn't Yaw conceded that?
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 09, 2019, 09:10:28 PM

  I said Wolf did a few years back. Should of jumped on it then. The tax is going to come eventually.. Hasn't Yaw conceded that?
Looks like YOU have a phone call to make tomorrow, and report back to the hammers.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 09, 2019, 09:56:02 PM

 I aint calling anybody. Turzai is not going to let it happen. So its a moot point. For now.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 09, 2019, 11:55:43 PM

  I said Wolf did a few years back. Should of jumped on it then. The tax is going to come eventually.. Hasn't Yaw conceded that?
you keep bring it up is it fact our a figment  I never seen were Yaw said lease's wouldn't pay   
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 10, 2019, 12:01:53 AM

 Hell no. Yaw never said that. He wouldn't make it happen either Just for spite.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 10, 2019, 10:35:26 AM
So your saying every time you pushed for a severance tax to pay bills & royalty owners wouldn't pay as per wolfie was just your usual know nothing bull   
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 10, 2019, 10:45:17 AM

  He said it. Have G do the research.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 10, 2019, 12:04:31 PM

  He said it. Have G do the research.
It's bradford.  It would take too much effort for me to care.  If you can't show your sources, well, there aren't any that are credible.  That would be consistent.

Your topic, your interest, your research.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 10, 2019, 01:00:56 PM


  Here it is boys.Now the Repulicans aren't on board. Shocking ???

   
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A new analysis published Thursday by Pennsylvania’s Independent Fiscal Office estimates mineral owners could wind up losing tens of millions of dollars in natural gas royalties if Governor Tom Wolf’s proposed severance tax becomes law.

The administration says the report has it wrong because it doesn’t take into account a key detail in Wolf’s proposal. On Friday, the IFO added a footnote acknowledging that detail, but it did not amend its report.

The calculation was requested by state Sen. Lisa Baker (R- Luzerne), who asked the IFO to examine how a potential severance tax could affect the post-production costs many landowners already see gas companies deducting from their monthly royalty checks.

“States that levy a natural gas gas severance tax allow those costs to be treated like a post-production cost,” IFO director Matthew Knittel wrote.

Post-production costs are the expenses of moving natural gas from the wellhead to the market. Some Pennsylvania landowners allege the costs are exorbitant and leave them with little to no royalty money. The controversy has spurred lawsuits and proposed legislation. Earlier this month, West Virginia passed a new law prohibiting gas and oil companies from deducting post-production expenses in certain types of leases.

Wolf’s severance tax proposal is based on volume, and varies depending on the price of natural gas. The IFO estimates it would bring in about $210 million in revenue next year, and $379 million in three years. The report projects $51 million could be withheld from mineral owners, in the third year.

Wolf spokesman J.J. Abbott disputed the analysis, noting the severance tax proposal the administration has circulated to the Legislature contains language explicitly prohibiting gas companies from deducting the severance tax from royalty payments.

In response, IFO director Matthew Knittel noted the language Abbott is citing is not publicly available. He said he relied on information contained in the executive budget, which was minimal.

“There’s nothing in the executive budget about how those [costs] would be handled,” said Knittel.

Abbott said such information is routinely provided to the IFO, upon request.

“It is surprising that they would not ask and only use limited information,” said Abbott.

The fiscal office’s footnote, added Friday, said the administration had provided language it said would bar companies from deducting the tax from royalties.

“If this language is enacted and can be enforced,” the fiscal office wrote, “it would imply that current landowners would be held harmless from any pass back of the new severance tax.” Looking ahead, it wrote, “it is possible that royalty rates for new leases could be reduced to reflect a portion of the new tax.”

Pennsylvania remains the only major gas-producing state in the country that does not tax production. Instead, it levies a per-well “impact fee.” Passing a severance tax on production has long been a major priority for Wolf, who calls it the “fairest and simplest” solution to the state’s budget woes.

The natural gas industry has lobbied hard against it. David Spigelmyer, president of the gas trade group, the Marcellus Shale Coalition, said the IFO report shows regular Pennsylvanians will feel the sting of a new tax.

“Lawmakers should heed this warning and focus instead on pro-growth policies that expand natural gas production and use,” said Spigelmyer.

In the report the IFO also attempted to calculate how much royalty money people in Pennsylvania’s top gas-producing counties have received. It is a difficult figure to pin down, because royalties are lumped in with rental, copyright, and patent income on state tax returns.

In Susquehanna, Washington, Bradford, Greene, Lycoming, Wyoming, Tioga, and Butler counties, the IFO estimates royalties shot up from $20 million in 2006 (before the Marcellus boom took off) to $919 million in 2012. The analysis finds royalties peaked at $1.6 billion in 2014 and have declined since then, hitting $639 million in 2016.

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Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 10, 2019, 01:29:48 PM
so it comes down to IF IT CAN BE INFORCED   will have to get tax before we know      sound familiar
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 10, 2019, 03:45:34 PM

  Never know if Yaw would go to bat for royalty owners.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 10, 2019, 05:12:55 PM
Yaw can't rewrite law   neither can wolfie but he can lie & say royalty won't have to pay only to find out after bill is passed yes they will have to pay by law short of like YOU CAN KEEP YOUR DOCTOR     YOU CAN KEEP YOUR PLAN   
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 10, 2019, 06:23:22 PM

  Is there a law. I thought Yaw and Wolf made laws.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 10, 2019, 06:49:21 PM
should have said contract
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 10, 2019, 06:56:25 PM

  Is there a law. I thought Yaw and Wolf made laws.
That shows a serious lack of knowledge on your part, matty.  They may THINK they make law, but the don't.  They have obviously convinced YOU as well as the denizens of h-burg, philly, and allentown that their word IS law.  Geez.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 10, 2019, 07:39:32 PM

  Why do they call them lawmakers then?
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: moldyoak on February 11, 2019, 07:23:31 AM
If this language is enacted and can be enforced,” the fiscal office wrote...

That line alone should tell you everything you need to know.  State officials know they can not rewrite legally executed contracts - it's nothing but a cash grab and f**k the rural hicks.

The impact fee is working perfectly well and exactly as was intended.  If they need more money downstate then someone needs to take the credit card away!
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: JEB on February 12, 2019, 07:27:10 AM

  Why do they call them lawmakers then?
That term probably came about 50 years ago when most of those elected were honest. Today those in Washington seen to be there for what they can get and to hell with everyone one else.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 13, 2019, 08:59:52 AM

  Many of the leases do say that severance tax will be deducted from royalty payments. These companies are smart. Knowing that the landowners would fight it. I think most companies would not take that deduction if the state made a law that royalty owners are exempt from the tax.
 Some companies ( Chesapeake ) might not. Simple solution to that would be to credit it back to the landowner when they do their taxes. It really doesn't affect the companies bottom line.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 13, 2019, 09:06:40 AM
doing a lot of ASSuming   Pass the tax then will see what we can do  sound vaguely familiar     
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: shinobi on February 13, 2019, 09:54:41 AM
  Simple solution to that would be to credit it back to the landowner when they do their taxes.

Only so large a fool as macal could believe Wolf would ever sign onto such a proposal.  Wolf works for the cities.  Period.

We landowners are Wolf's cash cow.  He TAKES from us and gives our money to the cities.  That's what he does.  That is what all Democrats do.

But there is a silver lining:

Even if Wolf ever did agree to rebate us royalty owners severance tax money on our PA tax returns, macal would lose out because he does not live in PA or file a tax return here.   ;D ;D
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 13, 2019, 09:58:19 AM
   
  I pay 3% on my royalties. They could restrict the exemption to PA residents.
  They can do anything they want. Or should I say anything the gas companies want.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 13, 2019, 12:32:16 PM
   
  I pay 3% on my royalties. They could restrict the exemption to PA residents.
  They can do anything they want. Or should I say anything the gas companies want.
There are a LOT of things they could do, including forgetting about a severance tax that will result in higher taxes later when dot gov gets used to the income just before the decline curve gets steep.  Are you trying to say the gascos want a new tax?  Don't be the nail, matty, headaches result.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 13, 2019, 12:42:43 PM

  Dont worry Turzai has their/your backs.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 13, 2019, 01:51:15 PM

  Dont worry Turzai has their/your backs.
What the sam hill does turzai have to do with the price of eggs?  Unless he can kick wolfie off our backs, there's no space for hesheit up there.

(Where's my hammer?  There's a nail that needs punishment.)
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 13, 2019, 02:18:39 PM
  Turzai is Speaker of the House. Probably more powerfuk than Wolf when it comes to making law. Kind of like whats happening in DC. He is not having any severance tax.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 14, 2019, 06:34:20 AM
doing a lot of ASSuming   Pass the tax then will see what we can do  sound vaguely familiar   

   It does Rat. Like Mexico is going to pay for the Wall.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 14, 2019, 10:05:21 AM
If you truly believe another country was going to pay for something built in our country you got more problems then what a hammer will solve . I guess that why your party was out smarted in the 2016 electrican
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 14, 2019, 10:43:19 AM

 I didn't believe it. I couldn't believe he was saying it. ???
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 14, 2019, 11:16:03 AM
then what's you problem
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 14, 2019, 12:17:52 PM

  Its your guy that has the problem.
  Big problem.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 14, 2019, 01:07:47 PM

  Its your guy that has the problem.
  Big problem.
what's this big problem your  simple  mind dreamed up
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 14, 2019, 01:09:45 PM

  Mueller.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: riverrat on February 14, 2019, 02:41:02 PM

  Mueller. only people worried about Mueller are the crooked Dems & DOJ  &  FBI   when he shows Trump did nothing  wrong  & "LOCK THEM UP" will be his 
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: ghrit on February 14, 2019, 03:33:16 PM
What does Mueller have to do with Bradford County Targeted for Massive Change?  That IS the thread, not so?  (Where's my hammer?)
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 14, 2019, 04:30:20 PM

  I heard the gas is going to Jamaica.
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: JEB on February 15, 2019, 07:16:13 AM

  Dont worry Turzai has their/your backs.
That's not true, he is not for the royalty owner at all. He proved that when a few hundred royalty owners went to Harrisburg to protest the large deductions a few years ago.
He would not even talk to them nor would Reed. Ask the Bradford County Commissioners. 
Title: Re: Bradford County targeted for massive change
Post by: macal on February 15, 2019, 07:28:25 AM

  True Jeb. I should have said that Turzai has their backs. The gascos that is.