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Nevada State Controllers Update

State Controllers Office Seal

From the Editor: Nevada State Controller and Ron Knecht and Deputy Controller James Smack are great examples of how principled conservative elected officials conduct business. Too bad we don’t have any in Storey County. Our thundering herd of elected RINO’s in Storey County should take notes before the next election. …

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Some Brutally Honest Truths about the DACA Fiasco

I don’t always agree with Chuck Muth but I have a megaton of respect for what he does in calling out RINO’s and instances of Liberal ninnyism. I believe his article below hits the nail on the head. I married a woman from Mexico thirty years ago. Getting married was …

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Mug Shots and Public Shaming. Good or Bad?

the stockyard

The Storey Teller has posted Arrest Reports both with and without Mug Shots. In posting Mug Shots, I am conflicted. On the one hand, they serve as a (perhaps ineffective)  deterrent; If you don’t want your face to show up in the public shaming gallery you might think twice about …

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Storey County Citizens Come Last…

You come last

…. at least as far as the County Commissioners are concerned. I have provided public comment at dozens and dozens and dozens of public meetings. School Board Meetings. Town Council Meetings. City Meetings. County Meetings. State Board Meetings. Every single public meeting allowed Public Comment on anything not on the …

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Douglas vs. Storey; Big League vs. Bush League

Bush League

Brothel and TRICster spokesman Kris Thompson took umbrage with my (and Nicole Barde’s) public comment on the Gary Hames Contract item at the Commissioners meeting on June 6th. In her blog (which can be read here) Nicole points out that Kris (a master of deflection), suggested that somehow, because Nicole …

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Whatever You Call This Health Care Mess, It’s Not Insurance

The House of Representatives has just passed a statute it represents as “repealing and replacing Obamacare.” This legislation, now awaiting what promises to be major challenges in gaining the Senate’s approval, does amend certain aspects of the Obamacare setup, but all in all the changes are less than earth-shaking, and …

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The Free Market at work: Fidget Spinning

Fidget Spinner

Fidget Spinning Explained, Defended, and Celebrated A parent was discussing her child’s obsession with home-made edible slime, feeling some relief that this trend had displaced the annoying bottle-flipping craze of early 2016. Unbeknownst to her, slime is about to be displaced in turn by the newest fashion: fidget spinning.  In …

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