Monthly Archives: April 2014

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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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Remembering the Dann Sisters

In order to know where we are heading, we have to remember where we’ve been. Thus, the importance of history. The Bundy Ranch stand-off in Southern Nevada isn’t the first public fight over property rights in Nevada. A battle between … Continue reading

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