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Trump campaign sues over late Nevada polling place hours for Dems

The Donald Trump campaign on Monday sued the registrar of voters in Nevada’s Clark County, alleging a polling station was kept open late last week in violation of state law, Fox News confirmed. The lawsuit, filed in Nevada state court, asked that the county’s ballots be kept separate pending any future legal challenges. Trump, the

‘Unhealthy competition’: Valedictorians so scary that school may stop honoring them

Todd Starnes,  A public school district near Louisville, Kentucky has come down with a bad case of what I call “Participation Trophy Syndrome” – or PTS. The Greater Clark County School Board in Jeffersonville, Indiana, is considering a plan to eliminate the valedictorian system because it creates “unhealthy competition,” according to Supt. Andrew Melin. Unhealthy

2 officers, 3 others dead in Las Vegas shooting : Updated

 Authorities say two suspects shot and killed two police officers at a Las Vegas eatery Sunday before fatally shooting a third person and killing themselves inside a nearby Walmart. Gov. Brian Sandoval issued a statement saying he was devastated by the murders of the two officers and an “innocent bystander.” Las Vegas police spokesman Larry

FBI Begins Investigation of Cliven Bundy and Supporters

Repercussions promised for going up against feds and local cops A Las Vegas news station reported on Thursday the Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched an investigation into rancher Cliven Bundy and his supporters following the April 12 standoff with heavily armed agents of the federal Bureau of Land Management. 8 News NOW “The I-Team

Bundy Update: If This Politician Has His Way, The Feds Could Start Taking Out The Militia

B. Christopher Agee  Along with Nevada Sen. Harry Reid, state Rep. Steven Horsford has been a constant voice of opposition against those who came to his state to support Cliven Bundy against federal agents they believed were using excessive force. Despite a dearth of evidence to back up his claim, Horsford has publicly stated that

Bunkerville residents sound off about BLM, police, media

An emotional crowd gathered for a town hall meeting on Thursday evening in Bunkerville.  Residents and council members praised militia members gathered there in support of embattled rancher Cliven Bundy, but had nothing but vitriol for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie and the local and national media.  FOX5 Vegas

Nevada Rancher Cliven Bundy kin take grazing fight to sheriff

Family members and other supporters took a Nevada rancher’s grazing rights fight against the U.S. government to the sheriff in Las Vegas on Friday, filing reports alleging crimes by federal agents against people protesting a roundup of cattle from public land. Rancher Cliven Bundy wasn’t among those who filed handwritten complaints with the Las Vegas

Property-Tax Collections Rising at Fastest Pace Since U.S. Crash

 Property-tax collections are rising at the fastest pace since the U.S. housing market crash sent government revenue plunging, helping end an era of local budget cuts. In cities including San Jose, California, Nashville, Tennessee, Houston and Washington, revenue from real-estate levies has set records, or is poised to. Local governments are using the money to

Graphic Photos Show What The BLM Really Did To Bundy’s Cows

B. Christopher Agee According to several reports breaking on social media Wednesday, federal agents targeting the Bundy Ranch in Clark County, Nev. did much more than merely herd hundreds of cows away from the site prior to backing down from their position Saturday. The following graphic images are being distributed by the Bundy Ranch as

This Is Why Ronald Reagan Would Stand With The Bundys

 Lately, Cliven Bundy‘s revolt against federal bureaucrats has gotten plenty of attention. The literal standoff between the Nevada rancher and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) made for good TV, but the media has failed to explain how deep these tensions truly run. You see, I came of age in the West during the 1970s and,