Monthly Archives: July 2013

Del Norte’s First Pioneer Woman

Born Ann Kelley, in Ireland in 1819, she immigrated to Boston, where she met her future husband, John McLaughlin. He was a sailor, whose home port was New Orleans, where his parents died of a yellow fever epidemic. While living … Continue reading

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The Body of Trayvon

Over the past ten days I’ve been struggling with Facebook and the fact that they seem intent on shutting up those of us who have been telling those rioting in the streets to go home, George Zimmerman has been acquitted … Continue reading

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Eagle Canyon Flyer, 22 July 2013

Two rival motorcycle gang members are facing charges in court, Monday, nearly two years after a fight at John Ascuaga’s in Sparks. Vagos member Ernesto Gonzalez is charged with the murder of Hell’s Angels San Jose Chapter President Jeffrey Pettigrew.  … Continue reading

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Punishing the Many

South Carolina’s Progressive Republican Lindsey ‘Goober’ Graham is suggesting the U.S boycott the Winter Olympics in the former Soviet Union, if the Russians grant asylum to NAS whistleblower Edward Snowden.  Graham says he knows “athletes would be heartbroken” but claims … Continue reading

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The Genteel Rachel Jeantel

She’s the newest sensation in the same-stream media, Rachel Jeantel. She is Trayvon Martin’s friend and was exploited interviewed by that dashing Brit host Pierce Morgan on CNN. I’ve edited the report tête-à-tête into what I believe to be the more entertaining … Continue reading

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Rioting about the All the Wrong Things

While some protest, riot and decry injustice and out rage over the Zimmerman verdict, the Treasury Department is admitting the confidential tax information of  political candidates and campaign donors are being improperly scrutinized by government officials. However, the Justice Department is declining … Continue reading

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Reidus Interuptus

Senator Harry Reid was answering questions at the Center for American Progress on Monday when a man identified himself as a student at the University of Southern California.  Turns out Reid’s not a fan of the Trojans. As the guy was … Continue reading

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