Monthly Archives: April 2015

More Progressive Tolerance

A Christian printer who was found guilty of discrimination for refusing to print T-shirts for a gay pride parade won big after a court ruled he can decline to print messages that run in opposition to his religious views. The … Continue reading

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Creating Space for Martial Law

Peaceful protests quickly turned violent Saturday evening while jus’ 50 miles away elites in Washington partied with President Obama at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. That’s pretty much all American’s saw from the national media outlets. Meanwhile, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie … Continue reading

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Suzanne Crough Condray, 1963-2015

She starred as the red-headed, freckle-faced Tracy Partridge in the 70’s TV sitcom, “The Partridge Family.” Born March 6, 1963 in Fullerton, California, Suzanne Crough Condray passed away in Laughlin, Nevada, on Monday at the age of 52. Though she … Continue reading

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Recalling Bill Clinton’s ‘Chinagate’

Before there was Hillary’s Uraniumgate, Bill Clinton hindered investigations into illegal Chinese contributions made to his campaigns by creating bureaucratic roadblocks. In 1995, both the FBI and the CIA found evidence damaging to Clinton, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and … Continue reading

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Nevada to Force Counties to Give Pay Raises

State lawmakers in Nevada want to give a three-percent raise for each of the next four years to elected county officials including sheriffs, district attorneys and clerks. The last time a four-year salary bill passed was in 2007. This isn’t … Continue reading

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The Tudors of the Ozarks

When a Chinese company sought a 51-percent stake in a tiny Nevada gold mining operation in 2009, it set off a review process in Washington D.C., over concerns about the mine’s proximity to a military installation and the potential for minerals at … Continue reading

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Canneries along the Klamath River

Settlers began setting up salmon canneries along the Klamath River in the late 1870s, despite objections from Yurok Tribal members who lived along the waterway.  Jones & Richardson marked the first operation near the river’s mouth, followed by the Klamath … Continue reading

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