Nevada Candidate Starts Where Harry Reid Leaves Off


The Thornton Law Firm in Boston, Massachusetts gave partners bonus checks that mirrored their political contributions, a violation of federal law. Now those 'gifted' politician’s who received the money are ‘trying’ to return the ‘donations.’ They are all Democrats and include New Hampshire’s Maggie Hassan and Wisconsin’s Russ Feingold who received $100 thousand; Pennsylvania’s Katie … Continue reading Nevada Candidate Starts Where Harry Reid Leaves Off

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Could You Be a Violent Ideologist?


A new 18-page proposal shows the Obama administration plans to have teachers and mental health professionals intervene to help prevent people from turning to violent ideologies. Under the new guidelines, "local intervention teams" made up of mental health professionals, faith-based groups, educators and community leaders will assess the needs of individuals showing signs of converting … Continue reading Could You Be a Violent Ideologist?

Clinton Emails Show ‘Free Speech’ in Jeopardy


An email dump recently released by Wikileaks reveals that in 2009 as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton refused to help talk show host Michael Savage, after he was banned from travelling to the United Kingdom. The UK forbid Savage from visiting because authorities claimed his speech, based on his anti-Islamic radical point of view, might … Continue reading Clinton Emails Show ‘Free Speech’ in Jeopardy

California Recycling Cops Bust Aluminum Smuggling Ring


The California Department of Justice has arrested 11 people in connection with two recycling fraud investigations, involving Reno-to-Sacramento area routes. They claim that each case involved the collection, illegal transport, and fraudulent redemption of out-of-state used beverage containers through the California Redemption Value program. During the course of two investigations, agents observed multiple loads of … Continue reading California Recycling Cops Bust Aluminum Smuggling Ring

The Truth About Trump’s Nevada Pronunciation


Years ago my high school journalism teacher told me, "Reporting is really nothing more than gathering the facts and telling the truth. The rest is simply the mechanics of writing it down in an understandable format." Oh, if it were really all that simple these days... “New York native Donald Trump’s latest campaign swing through Nevada included a … Continue reading The Truth About Trump’s Nevada Pronunciation

Court Rules States Must Accept Syrian Refugees


A federal appeals court ruled on Monday that states that refuse to resettle Syrian Muslim refugees are guilty of illegal discrimination. Judge Richard Posner, writing for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, claims there’s no evidence that these Muslims are more dangerous than other refugees. Judge Posner claimed he had discovered no evidence in … Continue reading Court Rules States Must Accept Syrian Refugees

The Trail Between Taxes, Bail-outs, Endorsements and Donations


The Progressive media is in a tizzy because Donald Trump declared a $916 million loss on his 1995 income tax returns as reported by the New York Times (NYT.) Hypocritically, the NYT recieved a tax refund of $3.6 million despite having a $29.9 million pretax profit in 2014 and Hillary Clinton used the same federal law to “avoid” … Continue reading The Trail Between Taxes, Bail-outs, Endorsements and Donations

The Coming Death of the First Amendment


The Federal Elections Commission plans to ban certain media outlets with any foreign ownership from covering presidential races or even giving endorsements. A top Democrat on the evenly-split split board proposed that the group begin the process of prohibiting companies with foreign ownership as small as five-percent. “Given everything we have learned this year, it … Continue reading The Coming Death of the First Amendment