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It’s Time to Revisit Roe v Wade

Reno Gazette Journal February 10, 2019 Last week, New York passed sweeping legislation expanding abortion “rights” all the way up to child birth. Not to be outdone, Virginia tried to pass a bill that would have allowed abortion even after child birth. “The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The […]

Christmas is a time of joy, let’s embrace it!

Reno Gazette Journal December 23, 2018 There is plenty going on in the world of politics: The shouting match between the President, Speaker-elect Pelosi and Cryin’ Chuck; Migrant caravan; Mueller investigation; Comey testimony; Obamacare court ruling; French fuel tax riots; and the list goes on. While these are all important issues, I would like […]

Liberal Opposition to Judge Kavanaugh Runs Contrary to Our Founding Principles

Reno Gazette Journal September 16, 2018 Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee began confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination for the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). Liberal Democrat Senators Corey Booker and Kamala Harris, supported by several of their far-left colleagues, used the hearing to further their presidential ambitions by repeatedly […]

Wildfire prevention needs rational solutions

Reno Gazette Journal August 26, 2018 The Carr Fire in Redding, CA has burned over 300 square miles and destroyed over 1000 homes. The Mendocino Complex Fire has scorched nearly 500 square miles and is now the largest wildfire in California history. Thus far in 2018, wildfires in California have burned a total of […]

In voting against Gina Haspel, Liberal Senators put politics ahead of country

Reno Gazette Journal May 27, 2018 Last week the US Senate by a 54-45 vote confirmed Gina Haspel as the Director of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), making her the first woman to head the Agency. Haspel came up through the ranks of CIA and her career spans well over three decades, with most of […]

God bless you please, Speaker Paul Ryan

Reno Gazette Journal April 22, 2018 Last week, Speaker Paul Ryan announced that he is retiring from Congress. After nearly two decades as Congressman and less than three years as Speaker, the Congressman from Janesville, Wisconsin will bid goodbye to Congress leaving a huge void for the Republicans in the House. In his retirement […]

FBI’s abuse of power goes beyond politics

Reno Gazette Journal February 11, 2018 During the past week, the release of a memo from the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee has caused significant consternation in the media. Politics aside, the implications of this memo and the abuse of FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) is significant and deserves to be examined in […]

Harvey Weinstein’s Hollywood hypocrites

Reno Gazette Journal October 22, 2017 Last week an investigative piece in The New Yorker revealed three women who had accused Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault and rape. Since then about 30 women have made allegations of sexual misconduct by Weinstein. Weinstein’s alleged misconduct spans several decades and includes potential starlets and […]

Houston Will Rise Again

Reno Gazette Journal September 10, 2017 The images we have seen on our television screens coming out of the Gulf Coast has been gut wrenching. We have seen entire neighborhoods under several feet of water close to two weeks after hurricane Harvey made landfall. America’s worst hurricane has put up some staggering numbers: The […]

4th of July thoughts we can all agree upon

Reno Gazette Journal June 25, 2017 Since 1909, the Congressional Baseball Game has been an annual bipartisan event where Congressional Republican team plays against the Congressional Democrat team. This year, the game took special significance due to the events the day before when a political assassin armed with a rifle and a pistol fired […]