Attorney General Laxalt urges EPA to defer Effective Date of “Waters of the United States” Rule pending Judicial Review

(Office of the Attorney General) - CARSON CITY – Today, Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers requesting voluntary delay of their new “Waters of the United States” rule without court intervention. Currently, the rule … [Read more...]

BLM finally exploring wild horse solutions other than warehousing

Wild horses in corrals in Carson City. (Photo by John Locher, Las Vegas Review-Journal)

(Thomas Mitchell) - It appears someone at the Bureau of Land Management has come to the belated conclusion that keeping nearly 50,000 “wild” horses and burros in short-term corrals and long-term pastures, which results in the taxpayers feeding them at a cost of $50,000 apiece for their average … [Read more...]

Attorney General Laxalt announces Office Reorganization to create more efficiency and offer Better Representation for Nevada

(Office of the Attorney General) - CARSON CITY – Today, Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt announced the reorganization of his office approved in the 2015 legislative session, as well as the promotion of three division chiefs. The reorganization saves taxpayer money, and creates new executive … [Read more...]

NACC President traces data mining and sharing by companies cooperating with the CC testers

(Nevadans Against Common Core) - “In following the money and the paper trail of organizations deeply involved with Common Core, such as the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) who have created the CC Tests, as well as companies hired to administer the tests, we have discovered the real … [Read more...]

Nevada property rights case knocking on the door of the Supreme Court

Victor and Annette Fuentes next to stream when it ran through their church camp. (Photo by Mark Waite, Pahrump Valley Times)

(Thomas Mitchell) - A Nevada church is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold its constitutional rights in the face of bureaucratic intransigence and contradictory laws. In petitioning the court for a hearing this past month, the Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation (CJCL), the legal … [Read more...]

Attorney General Laxalt urges five Phone Carriers to offer Call-Blocking Technology to customers

(Office of the Attorney General) - CARSON CITY – Today, Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt, along with 44 other state and territorial attorneys general, sent a letter calling on five major phone companies to offer call-blocking technology to their customers in light of a new Federal … [Read more...]

Wesley Clark calls for prisoner of war camps for ‘radicalized Americans’

Wesley Clark calls for prisoner of war camps for radicalized american

(Robert Romano, - “If these people are radicalized and they don’t support the United States and they are disloyal to the United States as a matter of principle, fine. It’s their right and it’s our right and obligation to segregate them from the normal community for the duration of … [Read more...]

Solar power getting cheaper but still not really competitive

Crescent Dunes Solar Project

(Thomas Mitchell) - Solar power has now become competitive with fossil fuels. That’s what Bloomberg Business quoted SunPower Chief Executive Officer Tom Werner as saying after NV Energy announced new contracts with two solar power projects at the lowest prices yet. “Power generated from solar … [Read more...]