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When this writer first heard of the stand off in Gold Butte, Nevada he thought "Here's another family who doesn't realize the government will win in every Eminent Domain case it pursues.
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The showdown, which left armed militia members and feds staring each other down last week, has captivated talk radio and cable news shows, turning Bundy into a conservative cause celebre.
An Air Force RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle prepares to land at Beale Air Force Base, Calif., after flying a routine training mission.
BUNKERVILLE, Nev. The weekend brought the weeklong standoff between Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy, 67, and the Bureau of Land Management to a boiling point with supporters and militia from all over the country converging to support the Bundy family and the lands his family has ranched for well over a century.
This April 2, 2014 file photo shows Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee Chairman Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, right, accompanied by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nev., left, and others, urging approval for raising the minimum wage, during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Federal agents made a spectacle out of their retreat from the scene of the standoff between government forces and Nev.
Josh Romney took a quick potshot at Sen. Harry Reid this week with a Twitter post of his famous father, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, standing in line to pay his taxes.
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus are taking different stances on whether the Supreme Court should go further to strike down limits on campaign donations.
Marty Bibb, a longtime former campaign manager for Joe Dini, gives the closing speech during the Speaker Emeritus' funeral Tuesday in the Yerington High School gym.
After a week of occupation and clashes with armed protesters, the Bureau of Land Management will drop its issue with Cliven Bundy using federal land.
"It's not over," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has been quoted as saying about the Cliven Bundy "Ranch War" showdown in Nevada.
Tensions simmered Tuesday in the standoff between federal land managers and a Nevada rancher-but the feds are being coy about how far they'll go to pursue Cliven Bundy as both sides regroup for their next move.
Just over the weekend, a dramatic standoff in the Nevada desert took place between the Bureau of Land Management and armed, patriotic American citizens defending cattleman Cliven Bundy's fight for his stolen cattle.
Of course the law is against Cliven Bundy. How could it be otherwise? The law was against Mohandas Gandhi, too, when he was tried for sedition; Mr. Gandhi himself habitually was among the first to acknowledge that fact, refusing to offer a defense in his sedition case and arguing that the judge had no choice but to resign, in protest of the ... (more)
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Much like the last four years of Majority Leader Harry Reid's tenure, when the Nevada Democrat relied on picking off swing Republicans, a GOP-led Senate would almost certainly be closely divided.