Brutal #PoliceState judge throws the book at #Bundy kook

The weight of a heavy sentence landed in the quiet federal courtroom Wednesday morning, leaving Gregory Burleson occasionally stroking his graying beard and his attorney pleading unsuccessfully for leniency.

The 53-year-old Burleson was the first to be sentenced for his role in the 2014 standoff between federal agents and supporters of Cliven Bundy near his Nevada ranch.

He got 68 years in prison.

U.S. District Court Judge Gloria Navarro did take into account his blindness and frailty — he sat in a wheelchair during the hearing — but she also reminded Burleson of his crimes, which included threatening a federal law enforcement officer, obstruction of justice and interstate travel in aid of extortion.

Enjoy your Police State.

Source: LA Times

Deputy sues, charging that #StoreyCounty sheriff is a sex-perv

Storey County Sheriff Gerald Antinoro faces another lawsuit by a deputy claiming she was sexually harassed and was unwillingly transferred out of the department to work as a court bailiff.

The lawsuit was filed nearly four months after the sheriff survived a recall election that stemmed from various allegations of misconduct such as sexual harassment, wrongful terminations, ethical violations and budget problems.

Las Vegas Attorney Gus Flangas said his client, Melanie Keener, mulled over the decision to file a lawsuit against her former employer for several months.

“This is a decision that wasn’t taken lightly,” Flangas said last week. “She really thought long and hard about this. It wasn’t a decision that was made in haste.”

Source: Reno Gazette-Journal

Perv Democrat resigns from Nevada Senate

Nevada state Sen. Mark Manendo, D-Las Vegas, resigned from his Senate seat Tuesday after the conclusion of an investigation into claims of sexual harassment.

Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford, D-Las Vegas, ordered the investigation after complaints against Manendo were brought April 27, according to a statement from the state Senate Democratic Caucus.

“The investigator concluded that Senator Manendo violated the Legislature’s anti-harassment policy; had engaged in multiple and repeated instances of inappropriate, offensive, and unacceptable behavior towards female staffers and lobbyists; and had attempted to interfere with the subsequent investigation into his conduct,” said a statement said.

Manendo submitted his resignation letter to Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday.

Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

Leftists threaten the life of Sen. Dean Heller

Tension over a Senate plan to repeal and replace Obamacare became personal for Sen. Dean Heller, a Nevada Republican whose office was targeted by a threatening note, officials said Monday.

Las Vegas police said Monday that a threatening letter was left behind at Heller’s office on Sunday morning. The Metropolitan Police Department would not specify what was in the letter, citing an open investigation.

The note addressed to Heller was found near the door to his office.
“Due to the open status of the investigation, the content of the note will not be disclosed at this time,” police said in a statement Monday.

Think about it for a minute…if it was an “atta boy Dean” letter they wouldn’t be keeping it a secret. Clearly in the Senator’s life was threatened. Under present day circumstances and based on the past actions of the Left, it would be hard to judge otherwise.

A spokeswoman for Heller referred all requests about the incident to police, citing the ongoing investigation.

Asked about the note after a groundbreaking ceremony for a veterans home in Sparks, Heller said he could not discuss the letter’s contents.

Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

Faraday Future hits a snag in Las Vegas, dumps Vallejo

Faraday is trying to raise $1 billion to start production of its vehicle, a slick four-door electric sedan that can go from 0-60 mph in 2.39 seconds, but attracting investors has stumbled because of developments connected to the company’s primary backer, Chinese billionaire Jia Yueting.

A Chinese court last week froze $182 million in assets of Yueting related to another company, LeEco. Yueting, chairman of LeEco, quit his position with that company on Wednesday to focus on Faraday Future.

Faraday has also ended talks with the city of Vallejo, California, for a planned second factory on a 157-acre site on the city’s Mare Island.

Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

#Hollywood is teaching kids to smoke

When Hollywood elites aren’t lecturing you on how you should vote, they’re busy making movies that teach your kids how to smoke.

With more and more films marketed to youth that depict actors smoking, a new report released Thursday recommends that movies with such images be given an R-rating.

The number of PG-13 films with actors smoking jumped from 564 in 2010 to 809 in 2016, according to the report. Nearly half of all films that depicted smoking were designed as kid-friendly or youth-rated, according to the report from the University of California, San Francisco and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control Prevention as well as other groups.

The report noted that movies that hit the top ten in the box office for at least one week between 2010 and 2016 were chosen for the study, accounting for 95 percent of movie tickets sold in that time frame.

The report suggests that public subsidies should not go to support movies that portray smoking.

Source: Mercury News

More bad news for the #Left: U.S. employers add 222,000 jobs in June

More bad news for the elite media and the American Left.

U.S. employers added a robust 222,000 jobs in June, the most in four months, a reassuring sign that businesses may be confident enough to keep hiring despite a slow-growing economy.

The government also revised up its estimate of job growth for April and May were revised up by a combined 47,000. In the first six months of this year, hiring has averaged nearly 180,000 jobs a month.

Average hourly pay rose in June by 2.5 percent.

Surveys of manufacturing and service companies indicate that growth in both sectors may be accelerating. Factory activity is expanding at the fastest pace in three years, the Institute of Supply Management, a trade group of purchasing managers, found.

No wonder President Trump keeps smiling.

Source: Press Enterprise