• PRIDE in Pahrump5

    For the first time in Nevada history, Pahrump will be host to a PRIDE event at the Saddle West Hotel & Casino on August 19th and 20th. To say this is historic is an understatement. Pahrump, with its nearly 40,000 residents is still an unincorporated town, making it the largest settlement in the United States. It is known for its conservative values and its brothels, quiet small-town family life and steadfast grip on the last remaining vestiges of the old wild-wild west. In fact, the town’s motto is “Heart of the New Old West”. Will the LGBT community turn out?

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  • Eradicating Nye County’s bigotry12

    Residents of Pahrump are in the process of trying to rid the Town of Pahrump, Nevada from the stench of bigotry. The history of the bigotry scourge was covered in an August 7 article in this publication titled A history of Pahrump Nevada’s bigotry. The Nye County Assessor, Republican Shirley Matson, was alleged to have

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  • Is Koch Brothers Money Killing Nevada’s Schools?11

    Do we REALLY want David and Charles KOCH foundations to try to influence legislation in Nevada that kills public education. Do we REALLY want a conservative sitting behind a desk in Washington, deciding how we fund our NEVADA public schools? Could there be groups like this? Groups which have a goal of establishing “think tanks”

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  • Chunk Muth throws a Party2

    Does Chucky have his own party? There seems to be a spoiler party hanging around: ORGANIZED LABOR PARTY OF NEVADA Constitution/Bylaws Daniel C. Burdish, Secretary/Treasurer 5825 Plam St. Las Vegas, NV 89120 Why would Chucky need his own party? Is he running for President? Maybe he thinks he needs to expand his Get-GOPers-To-Sign-Anti-Tax-Pledges faster operation?

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  • Austerity Failed Nevada0

    According to some pundits, Brian Sandoval is “Teh Awesomest Gube… EVAH!” and Nevada’s current economic woes have nothing to do with our unsustainable “growth begets growth” economic delusion model. Ever since the state budget agreement was cobbled together at the very last minute, we seem to have yet again forgotten why Nevada can’t get out

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  • A history of Pahrump Nevada’s bigotry16

    In a Los Angeles Times article by Ashley Powers, today, August 7, 2011 writes “Anti-Latino remarks from a Nye County official (referring to Nye County Assessor, Shirley Matson, a Republican) prompt a popular recall campaign — a sign of shifting worldviews that’s reflected across the state.” Powers noted that the Pahrump town board voted in

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