Dick Gregory: Comedian and Activist

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Edgy satire is a staple of comedy today. We tune in to hear it on late-night television, and Saturday Night Live exploited the genre making tons of comics household names over the last 42 years. There is even a satirist in the United States Senate, … [Read more...]

The Hammock

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As the rushing river of summer starts to become a bubbling brook I have found time to use our hammock a bit more and I must say that whoever invented this backyard playpen needs to get a big ole gold toned metal to wear upon his or her chest. Maybe … [Read more...]

House Stealing

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(Sophisticated Scams and What you need to Know)   Scammers and Identity theft continue to torment citizens across the U.S., and apparently some of them are no longer content with a few thousand dollars off your credit cards, so they’ve … [Read more...]

Time to release Bunkerville defendants on bail?

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Whether you think the defendants in the Bunkerville standoff are a bunch of lunatic, dangerous gun-nuts who should be locked up and the key thrown away or upstanding patriots defending property and constitutional rights in the face of belligerent … [Read more...]

This week in history Aug. 31-Sept. 6

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September 2, 1916: Bunkerville: Men and boys have been working on the auto road and have it almost complete to the Arizona line. Mr. Kelly the principal of our school and his wife arrived here last Saturday. Harmon Wittwer went to Santa Clara to see … [Read more...]

Helping Texas Flood Victims

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Hurricane Harvey made its landfall this past weekend in the big state of Texas, and will continue with torrential downpours throughout the coming week. It is said that the rivers will crest to an excess of 3 feet above, with nowhere to go. Flooding … [Read more...]

Skipping a Beat

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 I was standing at the back in of my car when I realized it wasn’t my car and I had no idea where my car was then a feeling of panic rose up through my innards and my heart skipped a beat. That ever happen to you?                   See we were … [Read more...]

The Lord Is Slow to Anger

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By Travis Lauterbach King David prayed to the Lord God, saying, “But you, O Lord, are a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness.” (Psalm 86:15) David says that the Lord is slow to anger. God’s … [Read more...]

Sealing Criminal Records: A Primer

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What’s the one thing that could last longer than your college loans? How about the reckless endangerment conviction you received during college when you were caught trying to make a free throw shot, with a watermelon, from a moving vehicle, at 2 … [Read more...]

Interior’s new sage grouse protection efforts welcomed

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Earlier this month Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke ordered the implementation of recommendations from a team that reviewed the previous administration’s draconian land use restrictions under the guise of protecting greater sage grouse. The team — which … [Read more...]