Opinion

The Spectacular Webs of Deceit Being Spun by Nevada RINOs

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(Chuck Muth) – After more than twenty years of “doing politics” full-time, I’m pretty jaded.  Little surprises me.  But the level of dishonesty – indeed, outright lying – by some Nevada Republican legislators about the largest tax hike in state history they voted for last year is absolutely breathtaking. Among the …

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Galen: Marty

Rich Galen

(Rich Galen, Mullings) – I need a day off from politics. This is a sad column tumbling headlong toward maudlin. It’s about a high school classmate of mine named Marty Packin. I graduated from high school in 1964. If you missed my 50th Reunion column, you can read it here. I …

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An Open Letter to Sen. Chuck Grassley

Dont give up on venue reform

Don’t Give Up on Venue Reform Dear Sen. Chuck Grassley, I work at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), an organization that fights for digital rights in the U.S. and abroad. Like you, my colleagues and I are deeply concerned about the U.S. patent system and the strain that patent trolls …

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Adelson: Republicans should back Trump

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(Sheldon G. Adelson) – At the outset of the 2016 election, the GOP primary field was nearly as large as that of this month’s Kentucky Derby. In total, 17 Republican hopefuls campaigned to win the party’s nomination for president. Like the Derby, the race for the Republican nomination started from a …

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Trump Should Change “America Is Run By Stupid People” To “Journalism Is Run By Stupid People”

(Fred Weinberg) – You would think that journalists have learned since Donald Trump announced for President not to be stupid in public. You would think that the very same people who started last summer saying that Donald Trump would soon implode almost all the way until he was the last man standing …

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Barack’s Potty Patrol: Pimping For Potential Pervs

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(Fred Weinberg) – I swore I would not get involved in the transgender potty war, but that was before Barack Obama decided that the White House needed to weigh in with a wholly unconstitutional threat to remove Federal dollars from states which won’t allow a man wearing a dress to shower …

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India: Yet Another Example Of Really Bad Government Damaging Really Good Farms

India - Yet Another Example of Really Bad Government

(Seton Motley, RedState) – We, American conservatives, have long loathed our domestic Farm Bill – for many, many very good reasons.  It is a Franklin Delano Roosevelt-New Deal collectivism relic – filled-to-the-brim with centralized nonsense that hamstrings our farm sector.  Our government forces farmers to spend a lot of time, effort …

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What Do Nixon, Einstein, the Titanic and Critics of the U.S. Sugar Program have in Common?

(Chuck Muth) – A May 16th article published by Confectionary News includes a number of claims about the U.S. sugar program that are as preposterous Richard Nixon’s “I am not a crook” claim. For example, Jennifer Cummings, the Coalition for Sugar Reform’s spokesperson, said… “The Coalition’s objective is to bring about …

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Galen: 3rd Party Candidates

Rich Galen

(Rich Galen, Mullings) – An A-1 story in Sunday’s Washington Post examined the frenzied activity surrounding what appears to be a diminishing number of Republican Party insiders to find and fund a candidate to run as an independent for President this Fall. The lede by Post reporters Philip Rucker and Robert …

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San Andreas Fault Is On The Brink Of A Devastating Earthquake

The San Andreas Fault in California is expected to give the state a M8.0 earthquake after an earthquake in 1857 trembled California at M7.9. (Courtesy: Wikipedia)

(Trevor Nace, Forbes) – A number of earthquake predictions are often released yearly by experts of Seismology over earthquake-prone areas or places where earthquakes could possibly occur. Predictions over San Andreas Fault in California count as one of them. After experiencing a M7.9 earthquake 159 years ago, California is foreseen to …

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