The path to mandated diversity leads to an absurdity

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When you boil it down to its fundamental essence, what she is proposing is an affront to democratic principles and an absurdity. Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, who picks up the liberal agenda from where Harry Reid left off, stated in a recent … [Read more...]

This week in history May 25-31

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May 31, 1882: 15 families and a total of 71 inhabitants live on the flat (Now Mesquite) May 25, 1908: Telephone line between Mesquite and Bunkerville is doing business, and everybody is finding it a convenience. May 3, 1911: Henry Leavitt and … [Read more...]

It was definitely the journey

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I bet not many of you have added the desire to attend a state legislative session to your bucket list but it’s been on mine for years. I guess that’s part of the political nerd in me. I tried to get a couple friends to go with me on a recent trip to … [Read more...]

The Meaning of Memorial Day

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Memorial Day is a day for humanity, bringing Patriotism to cities everywhere. It should be celebrated by all citizens in remembrance of those who had given the ultimate sacrifice, while serving in the U.S. Military. This holiday, originally known as … [Read more...]

Holding Back

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Actions speaking louder than words are usually seen as actions that should not have been taken.                   While I am pretty sure there are actions I have taken in my life that I should not have taken I am more thankful of the actions that I … [Read more...]

Democrats now find fault with visa program abused by Reid

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Democrats are highly selective about the things that send them into high dudgeon. Democratic California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said this past week that Congress should end the EB-5 visa program that grants visas to foreigners who invest at least … [Read more...]

This week in history May 18-24

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May 20, 1909: Our telephone line reached Littlefield -- We can now say Hello for .20 cents. May 24, 1909: Orange Earl is re-shingling the old Earl home which he bought. May 18, 1912: David Houston bought Mrs. Zilpha Gurero's home in … [Read more...]

We’re Looking for John Schofield, Not Lorenzo Thomas

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With the continued mayhem emanating from the Oval Office these weeks, there have been comparisons made to the later stages of the Nixon administration. Nixon became a recluse in his office as the vise of Watergate scandals began to tighten toward the … [Read more...]

Leaks

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Leaks, leaks, everywhere. In the last few months leaks have appeared everywhere and have damaged our republic and its’ relationship with foreign countries, and even has done damage within our country. Some make the case for transparency, but … [Read more...]

When Hope Seems Lost

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By Pastor Travis Lauterbach Prince of Peace Lutheran Church In the book of Exodus, God appeared to Moses in a burning bush and promised deliverance to the Israelites enslaved in Egypt. When Moses and Aaron told them all that the Lord had said, … [Read more...]