Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Disgrace that is Nevada’s GOP Delegation

Nevada delegates for Ron Paul closed ranks with like-minded delegates from other states like Iowa, Minnesota, Maine, Oregon, Alaska and the Virgin Islands. And on the last night of the Republican National Convention, those same delegates exchanged state flag pins with others as a sign … Continue reading

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Kelseyville Soldier Killed in Afghanistan

The International Security Assistance Force said in a brief statement a crash killed four of its members, three U.S. service members, three members of the Afghan national security forces and an Afghan civilian interpreter. U.S. Army Sgt. Richard Essex, 23, … Continue reading

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Murdered Nevada Politician’s Daughter Found Dead

The daughter of a murdered Nevada lawmaker has been found dead in Phoenix, Arizona, after allegedly shooting and killing her lesbian partner. Dallas Augustine, who worked as a correctional officer in Florence, is suspected of shooting Jessie McCaskill before taking … Continue reading

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Five Statements about Government and Wealth

You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not … Continue reading

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Uncle Adam and the Colt

There was a colt, which every time he heard anyone coming, he ran away. One afternoon, Uncle Adam came to where the pony was, but it just lowered his head, kicked up his hooves and galloped away. Every time Uncle Adam got … Continue reading

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The Dream that is Obamnesty

Democratic officials believe the growing Hispanic population in battleground states like Nevada gives those who embrace the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors amnesty legislation or DREAM Act, an edge in November’s elections. Nevada Congresswoman and U.S. Senate candidate … Continue reading

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Harry Reid Assails Dead Nevada Senator

Once again Senator Harry Reid is busy rewriting both Nevada and U.S. history.  When asked about renaming Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport during a ceremony at the airport’s new Terminal Three, he said he was for it — but that’s not … Continue reading

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