Renee Nal

Renee Nal is a creative political junkie and driven prolific writer. Renee's main objectives are to expose media and academic bias and to contribute to a positive shift in culture; where integrity, honesty and independent thought are held in high regard. Renee is also a former Glenn Beck researcher and a founding contributor of tavernkeepers.com. Renee has lived and traveled around the world, having a special place in her heart for Ghana, Africa, New Zealand, and the Italian Lakes.

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Proposed ‘Sage Grouse’ rules threaten ranchers, still open for comments

| April 22, 2014 | Comments
Proposed ‘Sage Grouse’ rules threaten ranchers, still open for comments

In an unprecedented move, the Nevada Cattleman’s Association (NCA) called for it’s members to “avoid cooperating with the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW), including by denying access to private land to department employees,” as reported last month by Jeff DeLong, RGJ of the Reno Gazette Journal. The move comes as a response to a “perceived anti-grazing sentiment” gleaned from […]

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Cattle free by ’93

| April 19, 2014 | Comments
Cattle free by ’93

The ongoing saga of Nevadan rancher Cliven Bundy has captured the attention of America. His supporters lament the ongoing government overreach that led to armed agents descending upon the Bundy family home; while his detractors cite Bundy’s failure to pay “grazing fees.” But some of the most compelling events that led up to this point […]

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Exclusive: Overpasses for America marches to end media bias

| April 18, 2014 | Comments
Exclusive: Overpasses for America marches to end media bias

Tavernkeepers has been given an exclusive first peak at a press release that will be distributed from the “Overpasses for America” movement tomorrow during a nationwide march. Although you can be sure that the media will black out the event, the “March Against Mainstream Media” promises to have a great turnout! The Overpasses for America […]

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Was John Kerry’s statement on Jews in Ukraine calculated?

| April 17, 2014 | Comments
Was John Kerry’s statement on Jews in Ukraine calculated?

It is somewhat surprising that John Kerry was disgusted over the (not-quite-confirmed) news that Jews in the Ukraine are being told via pamphlet to “register,” as reported by Adam Taylor of the Washington Post. There are so many issues with this story. First, the authenticity of the leaflet is not verified. According to Taylor, “While the […]

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Report: A handy impeachment and Iraq war guide for progressives

| April 16, 2014 | Comments
Report: A handy impeachment and Iraq war guide for progressives

MSNBC contributor Jimmy Williams told  Republican strategist Ron Christie that “no one threatened to impeach George Bush” on Sunday’s “Weekends with Alex Witt.” Paul Bremmer of Newsbusters posted the video and transcript of the exchange Monday. Perhaps others have the same memory lapse from which Williams seems to be suffering. Many people, including those in the government, called for the […]

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#BundyRanch: It’s the land, stupid!

| April 13, 2014 | Comments
#BundyRanch: It’s the land, stupid!

If one hears the story about the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) confiscating cattle from a Nevadan rancher from a distance, he or she may say that considering that Cliven Bundy stopped paying grazing fees, the federal government’s actions may seem heavy-handed, but are understandable. This is a reasonable position. Others may cite the Desert […]

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Sovereignty smashed: Cliven Bundy and the fight for freedom (Report)

| April 11, 2014 | Comments
Sovereignty smashed: Cliven Bundy and the fight for freedom (Report)

This article is a joint effort by Renee Nal and James Neighbors, the founder of the Overpasses for America movement. Part I – Renee Nal In 1990, the Desert Tortoise was classified as an endangered species. Life for ranchers in the targeted region has been quite a challenge ever since. Life for the Desert Tortoise […]

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The NSA collects location data as well as telephone data

| April 10, 2014 | Comments
The NSA collects location data as well as telephone data

On the Sara Marie Brenner show Wednesday night, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli revealed that not only is the National Security Agency (NSA) gathering the phone records of all Americans, but the massive government agency is collecting location data as well. Cuccinelli is currently lead counsel in a case against the NSA on behalf of Senator Rand […]

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If supporting traditional marriage is ‘anti-gay,’ is support of gay marriage ‘anti-Christian’?

| April 6, 2014 | Comments
If supporting traditional marriage is ‘anti-gay,’ is support of gay marriage ‘anti-Christian’?

Michael Hiltzik of the LA Times posted an opinion piece Friday on the ouster of Mozilla’s CEO Brendan Eich, urging readers not to refer to Eich’s “resignation” as a “witch hunt,” making the argument that a CEO should be held to a different standard. In the case of Eich, Hiltzik writes in part, “The CEO of […]

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It is past time to scrap the ‘gun free zone’

| April 3, 2014 | Comments
It is past time to scrap the ‘gun free zone’

In September, Liberty Unyielding highlighted a Military.com article that asked the question, ”4 years after Fort Hood: Are bases any safer?” If Fort Hood was not a gun-free-zone, it is likely that less people would have perished. It is time to arm the soldiers at military bases. It is past time to concede that gun-free-zones are […]

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