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Nevada Governor Blasts Feds’ ‘First Amendment Area’ in Bundy Dispute

Paul Joseph Watson
April 9, 2014

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval has inserted himself into the escalating standoff between cattle rancher Cliven Bundy and federal officials by blasting the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) over their creation of a ‘First Amendment Area’ outside of which free speech is banned.

The ‘First Amendment Area’ set up by BLM agents is a crudely taped off piece of land inside which supporters of Bundy, who is engaged in a long running dispute with feds over grazing rights on a 600,000 acre expanse in northeastern Clark County, are allowed to express their free speech.

However, protesters have completely ignored the area, instead staging large demonstrations on Bundy’s ranch. The only presence inside the ‘First Amendment Area’ are signs which read “1st Amendment is not an area” and another that states, “Welcome to Amerika – Wake Up” alongside a hammer and sickle logo.

“Most disturbing to me is the BLM’s establishment of a ‘First Amendment Area’ that tramples upon Nevadans’ fundamental rights under the U.S. Constitution,” said Sandoval in a statement. “To that end, I have advised the BLM that such conduct is offensive to me and countless others and that the ‘First Amendment Area’ should be dismantled immediately.”

“No cow justifies the atmosphere of intimidation which currently exists nor the limitation of constitutional rights that are sacred to all Nevadans. The BLM needs to reconsider its approach to this matter and act accordingly,” asserted the Governor.

The Bundy family responded to Sandoval’s statement by saying they were disappointed that he didn’t take a more firm stance to back them in their dispute with the BLM, but they were pleased with his sentiments regarding the ‘First Amendment Area’.

“Whenever you designate an area, then you’re restricting it everywhere else. When you designate an area like that for first amendment rights, you [don't] give the people any rights. You [take them] away, and every other location,” said Ryan Bundy.

The Bundy family came face to face with the consequences of violating the free speech zone on Sunday when Dave Bundy was arrested for taking video footage from a state highway of BLM agents rounding up his family’s cattle. Video footage later proved that armed snipers had their guns trained on the family during the incident.

On Sunday, Cliven Bundy promised to launch a “range war” on federal officials after they began rounding up his cattle. Authorities are justifying the move by pointing out they are simply enforcing a 1993 rule change which prevents Bundy’s livestock from grazing on the land in order to protect the endangered desert tortoise.

Bundy and his supporters see the spat as something entirely different, portraying it as a clash between out of control big government and patriotic American family farmers.

With Bundy’s ranch under constant surveillance from armed agents ensconced inside what Ryan Bundy described as a “military compound,” some fear the standoff could lead to a Ruby Ridge or Waco-style tragedy.


Also see other articles on the standoff:

Federal Snipers Train Guns on Family For Filming Cattle 

“Red Dawn”: Supporters Rally to Defend Family Facing Showdown With Feds

Armed Feds Prepare For Showdown With Nevada Cattle Rancher


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The U.N. Is Monitoring US State Elections

The U.N. headquarters in New York City.(Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Tennessee Wants to Ban the U.N. From Monitoring Its Elections

Emma Roller
National Journal
April 9, 2014

When you think of the type of countries the United Nations might want to keep an eye on, you probably think of, say, Libya, whose citizens voted for the first time in over 40 years in 2012.

But newly democratized countries aren't the only subjects of U.N. election oversight. In 2012, civil-rights groups voiced their concern to the U.N. that state voter-ID laws would lead to voter suppression. The U.N. sent 44 of its election monitors to states—including Tennessee—and drew much ire from conservative groups in the process.

Now, the Republican-controlled Legislature in Tennessee is fighting back against the international governing body. On Tuesday, the state Senate passed a bill banning U.N. elections monitors from overseeing state elections—unless they have express permission from the U.S. Senate to be there. The legislation now sits on Republican Gov. Bill Haslam's desk, waiting to be signed.

From Knox News:
House sponsor Rep. Micah Van Huss characterized the measure as an assertion of the state and nation's sovereignty. Van Huss said he was upset that a United Nations affiliate organization sent two representatives—one from France and one from Armenia—to monitor Tennessee elections in 2012 because the state had enacted a law requiring a photo identification for voting.
The bill, which is one sentence long, reads: "Any representative of the United Nations appearing without a treaty ratified by the United States Senate stating that the United Nations can monitor elections in this state, shall not monitor elections in this state."
In Tennessee, you can use a handgun carry permit to vote, but not a college student ID. And no nosy Frenchman is going to change that.


That's right; the United Nations is monitoring United States elections.

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Where is the outcry for knife-control?

Photo Credit: Bill Rehkopf/NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
CBS Pittsburgh
April 9, 2014

MURRYSVILLE (KDKA/AP) – At least 24-people have been injured in a stabbing at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville.

The attack occurred in crowded hallways just minutes before the start of school.

Westmoreland County updated the victim count late Wednesday evening, saying 24-people had been injured. (21-students stabbed, 1-security guard stabbed, and 2-others injured)

At least five students were critically wounded, including a boy who was on a ventilator after a knife pierced his liver, missing his heart and aorta by only millimeters, doctors said. An injured school officer was discharged.

A school security guard called in the stabbing at 7:13 a.m.

Witnesses said the boy with the knives at first tackled a freshman and stabbed him in the belly, then got up and ran wildly down the hall, slashing other students.

Nate Moore, 15, said he saw the first attack and was going to try to break it up when the boy got up and slashed his face, requiring 11 stitches.

“It was really fast. It felt like he hit me with a wet rag because I felt the blood splash on my face. It spurted up on my forehead,” he said.

The attacker “had the same expression on his face that he has every day, which was the freakiest part,” Moore said. “He wasn’t saying anything. He didn’t have any anger on his face. It was just a blank expression.”

KDKA has confirmed that 16-year-old Alex Hribal is the suspect arrested for the stabbings. He is a sophomore at the high school.


Anyone care to place a wager whether or not this kid, Alex Hribal, was on psychotropic SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors)?

I wonder why we are not hearing any cries for stripping citizens of knives? This boy harmed and killed more people than Ivan Lopez did with a firearm at Fort Hood and just six people shy of Sandy Hook victims... and he did it with a knife.

Perhaps there is no outcry to ban knives because a population cannot oppose tyranny with sharp knives. And suppose there was; what then when someone goes crazy with a baseball bat? So we can ban the bats; what then when someone utilizes a golf club? 

See, the problem is a human problem; not a gun, knife, baseball bat, or golf club problem. Additionally, I am certain that if you bothered yourself enough to get busy with a little research you will find SSRI's involved with a vast majority of perpetrators of violence.


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