After one whole week of tension, confrontation and threats, the Bureau of Land Management backed up from the idea of taking rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle and decided to allow Bundy’s cattle to graze on public land. After twenty-one years of raising his cattle on what is now federal land, the[...]
By Shawn J. Jimenez Steven St. John is running for congress as an independent candidate. He wants to represent Nevada’s District 3 in the House of Representatives. St. John stopped by the Las Vegas Tribune along the campaign trail and spent some time explaining his plans for office, if he’s[...]
Just as most people in the world know about the birth of Jesus, usually called Christmas, most people also know about the resurrection of Jesus following his crucifixion, referred to as Easter. Whether or not one believes that Jesus even died on the cross, the story surrounding the circumstances that[...]
CARSON CITY — On behalf of its client, NPRI’s Center for Justice and Constitutional Litigation filed a Non-Opposition welcoming the Nevada Legislature as a party in its lawsuit against the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, the State of Nevada and GOED Executive Director Steven Hill. On March 24, The Nevada[...]
By Sandy Zimmerman (Photos by Sandy Zimmerman) After visiting China four times, I have always been fascinated by the people and their culture and want to convey the TRUE “Macau Experience”- the sights, tastes, sounds, and “feeling” of visiting Macau. I watched several men and women “walking their birds” around[...]
By Sandy Zimmerman (Photos submitted by Bob Massey unless indicated.) You never know who will be walking the Academy Awards red carpet on Oscar Night Las Vegas-Style. The VIP’s, celebrities and sponsors are always interesting. Magician/ Entertainer/ Videographer and Video Editor Bob Massey’s versatile talents brought him in contact with[...]
By Sandy Zimmerman (Photos by Blue Bell Creamery) David Horner, Sales Manager of Blue Bell Creamery, explained, “We control the purity of our products. Only Blue Bell employees touch them from the time we receive the ingredients to when they are processed, packaged and placed on the grocery shelf. Blue[...]
Monday night’s total lunar eclipse, combined with the closest approach of Mars left many skywatchers in awe. By Tariq Malik The moon took on an eerie blood-red hue early Tuesday during the first total lunar eclipse of 2014, a celestial sight that wowed potentially millions of stargazers across North and[...]
Our illustrious Senator, Majority Leader and Godfather of many of the local politicians, Don Harry Reid, was on local television channels a few days ago imitating Stevie Wonder with dark sunglasses and playing the role of John Gotti (no offense to the memory of Mr. Gotti), threatening those who came[...]
Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead! The Cliven Bundy rancher incident should never have happened in the first place. Had we an oath-keeping sheriff, this incident of overreach of Federal power and land grab would have been nipped in the bud, at the get-go. This is how corruption seeps its[...]
Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas opens early for its second season this weekend; a fun, new way to celebrate Spring Break Spring Break activities include a DJ, music and a variety of contests including dancing, scavenger hunts, trivia and more. More than 25 slides and attractions for thrill seekers and families to[...]
Family Dollar is closing 370 U.S. stores and will open fewer new ones. After booming during the recession and its aftermath, Family Dollar could feel the pinch of Americans feeling richer, some say. By Patrik Jonsson ATLANTA — By the looks of things, Family Dollar — a mainstay American dollar[...]
The federal Bureau of Land Management returned a Nevada rancher’sView Post cattle, avoiding a potentially dangerous confrontation. But the legal fight over grazing fees continues. By Brad Knickerbocker In the sparse Nevada rangeland this weekend, U.S. western history came alive with a fight over cattle that threatened to turn violent.[...]
“Judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment.” — Simon Bolivar I believe the people of Venezuela have garnered a great amount of experience from the bad judgment they made when they elected Hugo Chavez Frias as their president. They never took heed of the advice of the[...]
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