Former Nevada Governor Helps Embattled Ranching Families


Since the 1950s, Nevada cattle rancher’s grazing rights have been reduced by more than 50 percent and sheep grazing rights by more than 90 percent. Now former Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons is helping the Tomeras and Filippini families turn their cattle out south of Battle Mountain, as they fight the Bureau of Land Management’s latest … Continue reading Former Nevada Governor Helps Embattled Ranching Families

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Anti-BLM Petitions Given to Nevada Governor


About 70 riders on horseback blocked traffic in Nevada's capital city’s main highway to deliver petitions against the BLM over grazing reductions on federal land to Governor Brian Sandoval. The rally ended a weeklong, 300-mile trek orchestrated by Elko County Commissioner Grant Gerber that began on Memorial Day. Gerber said the horseback protest, dubbed the … Continue reading Anti-BLM Petitions Given to Nevada Governor

Bowe Bergdahl Freed by Captors


An American soldier held captive for nearly five years by terrorists during the Afghanistan war, has been released. The U.S. Special Forces extracted U.S Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, from his captors during a peaceful handover in eastern Afghanistan. In exchange for Bergdahl's release, five detainees at Guantanamo Bay will be released to Qatar. This will not set … Continue reading Bowe Bergdahl Freed by Captors

Redskins Use Twitter to Beat Back Harry Reid


Oh, oh -- the Washington Redskins have launched a Twitter attack on Senator Harry Reid in their effort to keep the team's name. The Redskins instructed fans to tweet Reid to show their "RedskinsPride" and "tell him what the team means to you." Reid said last month that Redskins owner Dan Snyder should "do what … Continue reading Redskins Use Twitter to Beat Back Harry Reid

Your Local School District — America’s Real ‘Food Desert’


First lady Michelle Obama put out a call against a Republican proposal that allows a delay in enforcing her new school lunch standards. “The last thing we can afford to do right now is play politics with our kids’ health,” she complained. “Now is not the time to roll back everything we have worked for.’’ … Continue reading Your Local School District — America’s Real ‘Food Desert’

Poetic Justice for the Second Amendment


World-renowned author and poet Maya Angelou passed away at the age of 86. Lauded by Progressives as  a civil rights champion, an education reformer and supporter of President Barack Obama, there is one thing you may not know about her: Angelou was a gun owner and she used it to defend herself. Interviewed by Time magazine in 2013, Angelou spoke … Continue reading Poetic Justice for the Second Amendment

Starving for Information on ‘Food Deserts’


Michelle Obama has made ‘food deserts’ a part of her campaign against childhood obesity, saying that some people may have to take two or three buses or a taxi to get fresh fruit and veggies. The U.S. Department of Agriculture even has a locator for areas deemed ‘food deserts,’ where there is reportedly a low … Continue reading Starving for Information on ‘Food Deserts’

Americans Held while Foreigners Freed


A judge placed a Connecticut girl in the permanent custody of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families in a legal dispute involving different medical diagnoses by two hospitals in March of this year. Juvenile Court Judge Joseph Johnston issued the ruling in the case of 15-year-old Justina Pelletier of West Hartford whose parents sought … Continue reading Americans Held while Foreigners Freed

Harry Reid’s Attack on Free Speech


Senator Harry Reid plans to force a vote on legislation for a constitutional amendment giving Congress the power to regulate spending levels in federal campaigns. Reid said he’s pushing for the vote to combat what he claim’s an effort by the Koch brothers to “buy” the U.S. Senate this year. “It’s unacceptable that the recent … Continue reading Harry Reid’s Attack on Free Speech

A Federal Overreach to Side-step the Second Amendment


“The biggest problem that we’re facing right now,” Illinois state senator Barack Obama said in 2008, “has to do with George Bush trying to bring more and more power into the executive branch and not go through Congress at all, and that’s what I intend to reverse when I’m president of the United States of … Continue reading A Federal Overreach to Side-step the Second Amendment

The Bush Bashing Continues — This Time Over the VA Scandal


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is placing the blame for the Veterans Affairs scandal on former President George W. Bush, while arguing Democrats have worked hard for veterans in recent years. Pelosi took a shot at Bush while saying that the scandal is a high priority for Obama. "He sees the ramifications of some seeds … Continue reading The Bush Bashing Continues — This Time Over the VA Scandal

NFL says ‘NO’ to Harry Reid’s Redskin Name Change


The Washington Redskins are telling Senate Democrats to pound sand when it comes to the team's name. The 49 Democratic Senators claim the name 'Redskins' is a racial slur and must be changed. In a letter to Senator Harry Reid, team President Bruce Allen wrote: "Our use of 'Redskins' as the name of our football team for more than 80 years … Continue reading NFL says ‘NO’ to Harry Reid’s Redskin Name Change

Progressive Judge Bypasses Ballot Rule


Why bother to have rules? From the Detroit Free Press: U.S. Rep. John Conyers’ on-again, off-again roller-coaster ride for the Aug. 5 ballot took a new twist Friday when U.S. District Judge Matthew Leitman put the 85-year-old congressman back on the ballot. Leitman’s decision, released late Friday, contradicts the Secretary of State’s review of Conyers’ petitions, … Continue reading Progressive Judge Bypasses Ballot Rule

Hillary Clinton’s Problem with Ethics


GOP strategist Karl Rove recently brought up Hillary Clinton’s December 2012 hospital stay, saying he’s convinced there is much more to the story that has not been released. “Thirty days in the hospital?” he asked. “And when she reappears, she’s wearing glasses that are only for people who have traumatic brain injury? We need to … Continue reading Hillary Clinton’s Problem with Ethics

‘Bent Spear’ at Missile Silo in Colorado


An unspecified accident happened on May 17, 2014, at a silo containing an LGM-30 Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile. The silo, Juliet-07, is west of Peetz, Colorado and controlled by the 320th Missile Squadron, 90th Missile Wing at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming. I was stationed at Warren in the late 70s … Continue reading ‘Bent Spear’ at Missile Silo in Colorado

The Power of Television in Your Life


Over the past couple of years, American’s have been able to look inside ‘polygamist’ arrangements with shows like Home Box Offices’, “Big Love,” and Discovery’s, “Sister Wives,” and “My Five Wives.” Disney also introduced a female homosexual couple on the series "Good Luck Charlie," as well as a male homosexual couple on “Modern Family.” These shows have desensitized society, changing how … Continue reading The Power of Television in Your Life

The Effort to Battle Big Government


The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision upholding the government’s roundup of more than 1,600 wild horses along the Nevada-California line in 2010. The ruling, by the three judge panel in San Francisco rejected an appeal by horse advocates accusing the U.S. Bureau of Land Management of gathering too many mustangs which violates … Continue reading The Effort to Battle Big Government

Australia’s Coming Financial Trouble


Occupy Wall Street is feeding the propaganda machine of Progressivism with yet another Facebook Meme. This one claims a $16 wage helped Australia “dodge the global recession.” Over the past year, increasing amounts of fast food and retail workers have been on strike demanding $15 an hour and better benefits and working conditions. Their struggle … Continue reading Australia’s Coming Financial Trouble

The Second Burning of Crescent City’s Catholic Church


By 1854, the population of Crescent City numbered over eight hundred inhabitants.  That same year,  Father James Croke, who first visited our little town in 1853 had “not yet discovered many Catholics” but wrote to the Archbishop of his plans to build a church in Jacksonville, Oregon. This church, he wrote, would serve “all mining districts … Continue reading The Second Burning of Crescent City’s Catholic Church

Debunking Another Falsehood


President George W. Bush is not one of my favorite commanders-in-chief. In all honesty, I view him as ‘Progressive,’ as Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, his father George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. That being said, there is a Facebook meme being reposted calling ten attacks on U.S. soil … Continue reading Debunking Another Falsehood

The Obama Administrations Nigerian Failure


While many well-meaning people, including First Lady Michelle Obama, hold up signs reading, “Bring Back Our Girls,” Islāmic terror group Boko Haram has kidnapped eight more young girls from the northeast Nigerian town of Warabe. Earlier in the month the terrorist kidnapped almost 300 young women from a school in Chibok, west of Maiduguri, some … Continue reading The Obama Administrations Nigerian Failure

Unmasking Nevada’s Steven Horsford


Along with Nevada Senator Harry Reid, Congressman Steven Horsford does not support those who support Cliven Bundy against federal agents they believed were using excessive force.  Despite a lack of evidence to back up his claim, Horsford has publicly said militia members have established armed checkpoints and are routinely harassing locals. His latest call to rid the … Continue reading Unmasking Nevada’s Steven Horsford

Ted Cruz Lists Obama’s Lawlessness


Texas Senator Ted Cruz has released a complete list of the Obama administration’s abuses of power, titled: “The Legal Limit Report No. 4” “Of all the troubling aspects of the Obama presidency, none is more dangerous than the President’s persistent pattern of lawlessness, his willingness to disregard the written law and instead enforce his own … Continue reading Ted Cruz Lists Obama’s Lawlessness

Common Core: Going Beyond Sex-Ed


Parents in El Paso, Texas are outraged over an “inappropriate” homework assignment given to fourth graders at Pasodale Elementary School. Students were asked to read passages about a wife discovering her husband cheated and a mother finding out her military son was killed. Then they had to answer questions about the adult-themed topics in the … Continue reading Common Core: Going Beyond Sex-Ed

Russian ‘War Games’ Along California’s Coast


The Federal Aviation Administration says a spy plane and a computer system played crucial roles in last week's computer glitch that temporarily paralyzed flight operations at Los Angeles International. But there may be more to the story than the government is letting on. The problem involved a U-2 plane, the type famed for conducting reconnaissance missions over … Continue reading Russian ‘War Games’ Along California’s Coast

The Battle for Our Souls


In today’s American society the materialistic world is winning the battle for our souls.  We feed our souls on cheap toys from China, junk food from our favorite drive-in and endless amounts of worthless television daily – while ignoring our nations Judeo-Christian framework. Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled by the slimmest of margins, that the Town of … Continue reading The Battle for Our Souls

Common Core: Anti-Semitism, a Bible Ban and ‘Nineteen Minutes’


  Common Core standards spell out what math and reading skills students should have in each grade. They are supposedly designed to make students think and reason more than they do with traditional classroom work. Sounds wonderful in theory, but the real world trumps the theoretical world every time. The Rialto Unified School District in … Continue reading Common Core: Anti-Semitism, a Bible Ban and ‘Nineteen Minutes’

Voter ID Initiative Review


A proposed constitutional amendment pushed by Sharron Angle to require photo identification to vote comes under scrutiny as a judge hears challenges to the initiative. Carson City District Judge James Russell will hold two hearings on separate lawsuits challenging to the proposed Voter ID Initiative. The measure supported by Angle's political action committee, Our Vote … Continue reading Voter ID Initiative Review

Jews Fleeing Ukraine Ahead of Russian Take-over


About 20 Jews emerging from synagogue in mid-April, were handed leaflets ordering the city's Jews to provide a list of property they own and pay a registration fee or else. The three hooded men handing out the pamphlets were carrying a Russian flag and the symbol of the separatist Republic of Donetsk. The leaflet begins … Continue reading Jews Fleeing Ukraine Ahead of Russian Take-over

Leaked Obama Memo: Prospective Conservation Designations


A new memo has surfaced revealing plans for the federal government to seize more than 10 million acres from Montana to New Mexico. In Nevada, the Obama administration might make another monument in the middle of the Great Basin because it, supposedly, is a “center of climate change scientific research.” The leaked document also lists … Continue reading Leaked Obama Memo: Prospective Conservation Designations

‘Bruce Wayne’ Caught Counting Cards in Las Vegas


One of Las Vegas’ biggest casinos says movie star Ben Affleck was card counting. Affleck was asked to stop playing at the Hard Rock Casino on April 28th, “due to moving his money with the count,” according to an alert from a local security firm. The alert goes on to read Affleck “uses perfect basic,” a common term for introductory card … Continue reading ‘Bruce Wayne’ Caught Counting Cards in Las Vegas

Nevada’s Slippery Progressive Slope


Senator Harry Reid is congratulating the NBA for banning Los Angeles Clippers' owner Donald Sterling for life. Sterling was caught in an audio recording making racist comments about blacks. Now he says it's time for the NFL's Washington Redskins to change their name. He’s accusing Redskins owner Daniel Snyder of hiding behind tradition in retaining … Continue reading Nevada’s Slippery Progressive Slope

Harry Reid’s Unethical Activities


Senator Harry Reid, Democrat from Nevada, has has numerous unethical activities during his stint as Senator and as the Senate Majority leader for the Democrats. Very little has been mentioned about Reid’s misdeeds in the main stream media in the past.  For some reason most of his ethical violations have remained hidden from the public. … Continue reading Harry Reid’s Unethical Activities

Nevada Congressman Calls for Investigation into Bundy Militia


Nevada Congressman Steven Horsford says out-of-state militia groups have established an armed presence that is scaring people in his district caught in the middle of a feud between a rancher and the federal government. He made the claims in a letter to Clark County Sheriff Douglas Gillespie asking his office to investigate. Horsford say armed … Continue reading Nevada Congressman Calls for Investigation into Bundy Militia

One Pissed Off Politician


Last Tuesday, I posted on Facebook, “I asked Assemblywoman Michele Fiore AD 4 if she has changed her position on Cliven Bundy's supposed 'racial' comments. Earlier she posted "I strongly disagree with Cliven Bundy’s comments about slavery," before the full video of his statement was released, thus distancing herself from him. My question has been … Continue reading One Pissed Off Politician

Nevada’s Tangled Web of Wildlife and Land Management


Another battle over land use in Nevada appears to be on the horizon. This time it doesn’t involve the desert tortoise – but rather a chicken-sized game bird the federal government wants to place on the endangered species list. The long-term survival of greater sage-grouse that lives in sagebrush throughout much of Northern and central … Continue reading Nevada’s Tangled Web of Wildlife and Land Management