The Attack on Truth

Last week radio and television show host Glenn Beck blasted Southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy after a video aired showing the cattleman making ‘bigoted’ and ‘racial’ statements about ‘the Negro.’ It was later learned the video was six-days old and released in time to deflect attention from a complaint filed against Senator Harry Reid by … Continue reading The Attack on Truth


Yurok Tribe to Reintroduce Sacred Condor

Yurok Tribal Elders signed a memorandum of understanding last month with state and federal agencies and a condor conservation group, allowing for test releases to if the Redwood Coast can support the birds. Seven sites are under consideration on Redwood National and State Parks and private land within about 50 miles of each other, primarily … Continue reading Yurok Tribe to Reintroduce Sacred Condor

The Unsustainability of Agenda 21

"Think Globally, Act Locally” isn’t just a slogan. It is a one-line manifesto for environmental purists, pushing Agenda 21 and it’s one of the greatest threats to U.S. freedom. The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Sustainable Development created Agenda 21 as a mixture of socialism extreme environmentalism and anti-capitalism. The … Continue reading The Unsustainability of Agenda 21

Linking the Bundy Tape to Another Reid Ethics Violation

It took six-days for the national press to release the video showing Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy ‘testifying’ about whether ‘the Negro’ or ‘Mexican people’ are any happier because of government subsidies. There is a reason the complicit media held that tape as long as it did. They are protecting the Democratic Party – which should … Continue reading Linking the Bundy Tape to Another Reid Ethics Violation

Federal Overreach from Sea to Shining Sea

The recent uproar over armed Bureau of Land Management agents descending on small ranch operation in Southern Nevada is shedding light on the fact that 40 agencies, including some not typically associated with law enforcement, have armed divisions. Agencies like the Library of Congress and Federal Reserve Board now employ armed officers. Flashback to 2008, … Continue reading Federal Overreach from Sea to Shining Sea

No Trust in a Half a Story

When I first read about this, I was sorely disappointed -- Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy making offensive comments about Black people to the New York Times. But Progressives, Libertarians and Conservatives have been far to quick to jump on the statement, either blasting him publicly or back-off their support for the embattled cattleman. Lawmakers who have in … Continue reading No Trust in a Half a Story

U.S. Energy Plant Burns Fetuses for Fuel

“The lions may roar and growl, yet the teeth of the great lions are broken.” 3 Job 4:10 (NIV.) The 50 United States are those lions. The Covanta Waste-to-Energy Facility in Brooks, Oregon is burning aborted babies shipped from British Columbia to generate electricity. The British Columbia Health Ministry admits that “biomedical waste,” including “human tissue” … Continue reading U.S. Energy Plant Burns Fetuses for Fuel

Facebook and Harry Reid

Senator Harry Reid is getting slammed on his public Facebook page, following statements made about the Bureau of Land Management’s handling of Cliven Bundy’s Ranch.  Reid, who is tied to at least two financial interests in the BLM’s action against the cattle rancher, recently stated the situation is “not over.” Since then Reid’s Facebook page, … Continue reading Facebook and Harry Reid

Gas Prices Up While Biofuels Fail to Make the Grade

Nevada gas prices are on the rise reports AAA.  The average price per gallon for regular unleaded fuel is $3.50, up 17 cents from a month ago, although it's still down from the same time last year when it was $3.83. Reno drivers are seeing the most expensive gas prices in the state at $3.75 … Continue reading Gas Prices Up While Biofuels Fail to Make the Grade

Reid Labels Bundy Supporters ‘Terrorists’

After the federal Bureau of Land Management agents backed down at the Cliven Bundy Ranch last weekend, ample evidence has surfaced indicating the standoff between the government and the Nevada ranching family is far from over. Throughout the weeklong stalemate, members of the Bundy family were physically assaulted by armed officers, numerous cows were shot … Continue reading Reid Labels Bundy Supporters ‘Terrorists’

Gunning for Your Guns

Recently I posted through several social media outlets:  “After what happened in Bunkerville, Nevada this weekend, expected an all-out Progressive assault on the Second Amendment and your guns.” This was in reference to the Bundy/Bureau of Land Management stand-off in Southern Nevada near Las Vegas. I made the comment after the BLM blinked during a … Continue reading Gunning for Your Guns

Spanish Springs Church Vandalized

There are creeps in every neighborhood, whether they live here or not. The church, jus’ around the corner from my home on Mercedes Drive in Spanish Springs, was vandalized by taggers who spray painted their ignorance all over the sanctuary. The vandals left more than 40 tags on the exterior of the Jesus Christ Church of … Continue reading Spanish Springs Church Vandalized

Rory Reid calls Bundy and BLM Losers

Las Vegas KSNV-TV anchor Jeff Gillan moderates a weekday program called, “What’s Your Point.”  The program features Senator Harry Reid’s son, Rory. GILLAN: “By now, the BLM backed down and cancelled its roundup of Bundy’s so-called trespassed cattle worried about the potential for violence between its officers and Bundy’s supporters. So that leaves Bundy, the … Continue reading Rory Reid calls Bundy and BLM Losers

Two Missing Women in Humboldt County, California

Meanwhile investigators are treating the site of a Bridgeville cabin fire as a crime scene after human remains were discovered in the charred wreckage. The property owner found a manmade pond, felled trees and a marijuana grow on his property along with the remains. Humboldt County Sheriff's Office said the cause of death is “unknown … Continue reading Two Missing Women in Humboldt County, California

Nevada’s GOP Changes It’s Platform While Looking to Host Convention

The Nevada Republican party voted to remove its opposition to gay marriage and its pro-life stance from the party platform. State party Chairman Michael McDonald said he was pleased with the outcome of the vote. "I think it was about inclusion, not exclusion," he said about the platform. "This is where the party is going." … Continue reading Nevada’s GOP Changes It’s Platform While Looking to Host Convention

Reid says BLM Land-grab Not Over

Nevada’s senior Senator, Harry Reid was in Reno, Monday speaking on the future of education and immigration reform in the state. Afterwards, he spoke to Reno’s KRNV News 4's Samantha Boatman about his take on Cliven Bundy verses the Bureau of Land Management. "Well, it's not over.” Reid said. “We can't have an American people … Continue reading Reid says BLM Land-grab Not Over

Nevada’s Modern Range War

Nevada’s Gold Butte is rich in history. Three separate American Indian cultures are known to have settled in the area; their petroglyph carvings, etched into the rocky hillsides. Mormons families settled the Bunkerville are in 1877 and Cliven Bundy’s family was a part of that early Nevada settlement. That was then — this is now… … Continue reading Nevada’s Modern Range War

Eric Holder’s Contempt

While being questioned about the Justice Department’s reluctance to hand over documents related to the prosecution of the Holy Land Foundation, a Texas-based Islamic charity that was shut down by the government for funding Hamas, Congressman Louie Gohmert brought up how the House held U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress in 2012 … Continue reading Eric Holder’s Contempt

Nine Dead in Northern California Crash

A charter bus and a FedEx semi-truck collided on Interstate 5 north of Highway 32 near Orland Thursday afternoon leaving both drivers and seven high school students dead with another 32 injured. The two vehicles also caught fire leaving charred hulks on the side of the road. The California Highway Patrol says the driver of … Continue reading Nine Dead in Northern California Crash

The Many Scandals of Harry Reid (Part 4)

In May 2006, it was discovered that had Reid accepted free ringside tickets from the Nevada Athletic Commission to three professional boxing matches while that state agency was trying to influence him on federal regulation of boxing. He took the free seats for Las Vegas fights between 2003 and 2005 as he was pressing legislation … Continue reading The Many Scandals of Harry Reid (Part 4)

The Many Scandals of Harry Reid (Part 3)

Over the course of 2001 through 2005, Reid collected nearly $68,000 in contributions from Jack Abramoff's lobbying partners and clients. Reid took actions to support positions on issues that Abramoff promoted as a paid lobbyist. Reid received money from Abramoff associates after opposing a minimum wage law in the Marianas which was defeated in the … Continue reading The Many Scandals of Harry Reid (Part 3)

Nevada Soldier Wounded in Fort Hood Shooting

A native Nevadan is one of the sixteen soldiers wounded in the deadly shooting at Fort Hood. U.S. Army Private Deon Josephs of Las Vegas remains in the hospital, after being shot in the back. “Deon made it through surgery the bullet is out of his neck with no complications from the surgery,” Deon’s brother, … Continue reading Nevada Soldier Wounded in Fort Hood Shooting

The Many Scandals of Harry Reid (Part 2)

A year and a half later, Reid and the Nevada delegation tried again, inserting language moving the power corridor to the west side of the highway into a public land bill for Lincoln County. This time, Whittemore had to compensate the government on the basis of "fair market value," but that was defined in such … Continue reading The Many Scandals of Harry Reid (Part 2)

The Many Scandals of Harry Reid (Part 1)

This is a four-part expose' looking at a number of scandals involving Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Democrat, Nevada. Playing the role of "aggrieved grandfather," Senator Harry Reid is promising to reimburse his campaign the full sum he paid out. Nevada political reporter Jon Ralston discovered Reid’s campaign paid out an additional $14,000 to Ryan Elisabeth … Continue reading The Many Scandals of Harry Reid (Part 1)

Whose Obstructing Ukraine, Harry?

“As we begin debate on this aid and sanctions package, I also hope that Republicans who stopped action on this legislation prior to the break have considered how their obstruction affects United States’ national security as well as the people of Ukraine,” says Reid. “Since a few Republicans blocked these important sanctions last work period, … Continue reading Whose Obstructing Ukraine, Harry?

Jimmy Carter: The NSA is Spying on Me

Former President Jimmy Carter thinks the National Security Agency's is reading his email. In an interview with NBC's Andrea Mitchell, Carter says he has found away around the snooping, though. “And when I want to communicate with a foreign leader privately,” admits Carter, “I type or write the letter myself, put it in the post … Continue reading Jimmy Carter: The NSA is Spying on Me