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  • HIM onstage at the Las Vegas House of Blues 12-19-14
    HIM wrap up tour in Las Vegas
    On Friday night, HIM took the stage at the House of Blues in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Resort for the final night of their 8-date Love Metal Archives Tour. The just under two-hours show was streamed on Yahoo Screen Live allowing their fans...
  • Wolf Pack
    Wolf Pack sticking together, staying positive
    The Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball team hasn't give up on itself just yet."We want to stick together," junior point guard Marqueze Coleman said this week before the Wolf Pack's game at Stockton, Calif., against the Pacific...
  • Olympia protest
    What have you done today for the Bill of Rights?
    Today is Bill of Rights Day, and following a weekend of activism in Washington State it may be fair to ask firearms owners what they have done today to exercise one or more of their civil rights, and more importantly, what have you done to protect...
  • Shadow gun
    Nevada certifies anti-gun petitions but rights group to fight ‘irregularities’
    Citing “irregularities” and “violations of Nevada state laws,” an activist group yesterday ramped up its fight against a gun control initiative that was certified Monday, the latest chapter in a campaign there that...
  • Michael Bloomberg
    I-594: They passed it, now we get to see what’s in it
    As provisions of Initiative 594 kick in today, the first signs of what this legislation means are beginning to show up exactly where the anti-gun proponents insisted they would not: Hunter Education and promoting firearms safety, according to a...
  • Gun control
    Gun sales sizzle; antis upset over Nevada challenge
    In the realm of unintended consequences, the gun prohibition lobby might be suffering heartburn as the National Shooting Sports Foundation reported Monday that November had the second-highest number of National Instant Check (NICS) System checks...
  • Open Carry
    Maybe moms are demanding wrong kind of action from wrong people
    The Portland Oregonian reported late yesterday that the anti-gun Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America dumped a petition with more than 18,000 signatures at Fred Meyer headquarters in Portland, asking the chain to prevent customers from...
  • The Carpetbaggers
    Seattle Times whines about 'meddling' as I-594 faces possible challenges
    Yesterday’s Seattle Times editorial whining over possible legislative challenges to Initiative 594, the 18-page gun control measure that takes effect this week – and may still face legal battles – is getting no sympathy from...
  • Child introduced to aviation
    Aviation charity promotes education and history
    The Reno Air Racing Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization, invites financial contributions to enhance aviation history and education. Founded in 2004, Foundation and its many programs are graciously funded by business leaders, community...
  • Old Book
    Shakespeare folio found in library; Shakespeare scholars excited
    An original first folio of William Shakespeare's plays has been discovered. The rare book was found in a small library. The library is located northern France. According to a Thursday, Nov. 27 report by MSN, the Shakespeare folio is one of 233...
  • The Shaded Canyon Trail in Henderson
    The Shaded Canyon Trail in Henderson
    The Shaded Canyon Trail, located off of Horizon Ridge Parkway, is a challenging but rewarding trail. Wrapping around the base of Black Mountain, The trail offers some spectacular views of Las Vegas and Henderson, especially around sunset. The...
  • conforming loan limits remain unchanged
    2015 Conforming Loan Limits Will Remain Unchanged In Most Of The Country
    The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) today announced that the maximum conforming loan limits for mortgages acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in 2015 will remain at $417,000 for one-unit properties in most of the country. The loan limits...
  • Nicholas Rider Wessel
    Bay Area man gets 10 years in federal prison for sex with underage girl
    A San Francisco Bay Area man has been sentenced to ten years in prison for having sex with a 14-year-old girl he met through Facebook.Federal prosecutors say Nicholas Rider Wessel was ordered to serve the prison term by a judge in a Reno, Nev....
  • Handguns
    Activists outraged: Registration does lead to confiscation
    Updated: Police in Buffalo, N.Y. could engage in an effort that might affirm what gun rights activists across the map have been saying for years – and gun prohibition lobbyists have been denying – about how registration leads to...
  • Shannon Watts
    Americans ‘suspicious’ about govt. regulation of…the Internet
    A new Rasmussen Reports survey released this morning says that a majority of Americans are “suspicious of the motives of those who want government regulation of the Internet,” leading one to wonder why they are not equally suspicious...