There's a stand off in Nevada between the BLM and a rancher named Cliven Bundy because Mr. Bundy stopped paying fees the government charged him to graze his cattle on government land. According to Elizabeth Harrington at Freebeacon.com, Bundy's family has used the land since the 1870s, and Bundy believes his cows are entitled to graze on it free of charge. And currently there's a force of armed government agents stationed around the land.
It's hard to say that this a case of government harassment of innocent citizens and not a case of property rights enforcement.
However, it does raise a couple of points.
First, the government owns too much land -- slightly less than a third of all the land that comprises the United States. Source. The land outside the park system should be sold in fair and legitimate transactions and put in private hands. Not only would it raise money to help pay off federal debt, but private owners could not only put the land to better use but would probably serve as better stewards of the land.
Second, last year we heard about how the government was buying billions of rounds of ammo for training. If only they wouldn't train to use it on citizens.