Monthly Archives: May 2014

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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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,” … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Not in My Mom’s House

My mother would have freaked. Heck, she lost it anytime one of us kids let our dog eat from her plates. A giraffe eating from a plate — while at the table — would have been too much for her. And she’d have beaten the child … Continue reading

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