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The Tea Party Is Dead … Long Live the Tea Party

May 10, 2012
The Tea Party Is Dead … Long Live the Tea Party

Note:  This is a guest blog by long-time Tea Party activist Phil Anderson – Phil and I worked together in the Tea Party and the Clark County Republican Party in 2009-10 – he’s a good guy and a savvy observer of the political scene in Nevada and around the country.   By Phil Anderson of […]

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Guest Blog – Orrin Johnson: So Ron Paul Supporters “Win” – But What Exactly Did They Win?

May 10, 2012
Guest Blog – Orrin Johnson:  So Ron Paul Supporters “Win” – But What Exactly Did They Win?

Editor’s Note:  This is a guest blog, written by Orrin Johnson, a Northern Nevada Public Defender, and a very capable blogger.  In this blog, he is reporting on the Republican State Convention in Sparks, Nevada, where the Paulistas hijacked the state convention and the state’s delegation to the National Republican Convention: Ron Paul supporters in […]

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Guest Blogger – Ray Hagar -Will Ron Paul Supporters Really Break the First Ballot Rule?

April 30, 2012
Guest Blogger – Ray Hagar -Will Ron Paul Supporters Really Break the First Ballot Rule?

Inside Nevada Politics Veteran RGJ reporter Ray Hagar sends dispatches on politics in Nevada. Follow Ray on Twitter @RGJRayHagar.  You can follow Ray’s RGJ columns at:  http://www.rgj.com/section/COL0605 Note:  This is a Guest Blog, written by Reno Gazette Journal columnist Ray Hagar, and is used unedited and with his permission.  It was originally published here:  http://www.rgj.com/section/blogs01?plckController=Blog&plckBlogPage=BlogViewPost&U=063a1ff4-7a74-4c66-8976-85b765479560&plckPostId=Blog:063a1ff4-7a74-4c66-8976-85b765479560Post:3c52aeaa-06c1-4212-9ae2-4bf6fb42f1f6&plckScript=blogScript&plckElementId=blogDest […]

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Ron Paul Campaign Plan for Nevada … If You Can’t Win the Caucus, Steal the Convention

April 25, 2012
Ron Paul Campaign Plan for Nevada … If You Can’t Win the Caucus, Steal the Convention

Editor’s Note:  First, thanks to Orrin Johnson for forwarding to me this information – you can see his views on the subject here: http://orrinjohnson.com/blog/2012/04/25/lie-cheat-and-steal-its-the-ron-paul-way/ Ron Paul Campaign Plan for Nevada … If you Can’t Win the Caucuses, Steal the Convention Ned Barnett – Nevada Conservative While I don’t agree with his politics, I always thought […]

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Posted in Election, Ned Barnett | 6 Comments »

Las Vegas – The Most Unsurvivable City in America

April 3, 2012

Among my clients is a friend who is also an expert in survival (if you’ve seen the Nat-Geo series “Preppers” you’ll have an idea of what we’re talking about here), and in working with her on a series of seminars for how to prepare to survive The End Of The World As We Know It […]

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The Sad Death of A Teen-Aged Boy

March 24, 2012

The death of Trayvon Martin is a sad tragedy, regardless of the facts. It hurts me from several perspectives, but perhaps most of all because I also lost a son at age 17 (and his mother, my wife, overwhelmed by a grief she couldn’t bear, later took her life). My heart goes out to his […]

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Wrestling With Romney

March 22, 2012

As a Conservative, I’m wrestling with Mitt Romney – not literally, of course, but figuratively, intellectually, politically, emotionally, even spiritually. In talking with many fellow Conservatives, I find that I’m not alone in this. We have gone, as a party, 24 years since we last had a truly Conservative standard-bearer, and while I acknowledge that […]

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Open Primaries and Caucuses – Invitation to Operation Chaos

March 22, 2012

I was pleased to note in this most recent Nevada Caucus that this quadrennial event is no longer an open caucus – which means that only previously-registered Republicans can vote. I think this is important, because primaries and caucuses are essentially party functions, designed to permit the party faithful to select their candidates for office […]

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