My purpose in writing this book is to convince you to become a third-party guerilla politician candidate and to help you to succeed. We all need one another to stand up in this country and fight for the principles that established this nation. I want our families to be free. I have put my life in order so that I can make whatever sacrifice necessary for my children and grandchildren to be free. It is past time that we are all willing to do whatever is necessary to restore our American freedoms.
As I have gained notoriety as a third-party guerilla politician, I am frequently approached by people who want to get involved in politics for all the right reasons as true patriots who love America. I hope you’re one of those people who care enough to get involved. If you are then you may have already asked the most frequent question aspiring guerilla politicians ask me: Where do I start? This book attempts to answer that question.
By JANE ANN MORRISON
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
A book based on memories of Dennis Gomes Former Nevada Gov. Robert List was state attorney general from 1971 to 1979., former Gaming Control Board chief of audit division, says former Gov. Robert List, when attorney general, blocked investigations into two mob-controlled casinos back in the 1970s — the Stardust and the Tropicana.
“Hit Me!” portrays List as standing in Gomes’ way when Gomes worked to oust mob interests from Las Vegas.
Powerful stuff, except four former gaming officials quoted in the book said they never said those things. List himself denied the accusations. A sixth former official wasn’t quoted but said the allegations were not true.
Former Nevada Gaming Commissioner George Swarts repudiated his quotes. So did Gaming Control Board Chairman Phil Hannifin, Bud Hicks, then the chief deputy attorney general assigned to the gaming regulators, and former board enforcement agent Ron Tanner.
Mike Sloan, now with Station Casinos, was the deputy attorney general for the control board and Nevada Gaming Commission based in Las Vegas. He wasn’t quoted but worked with Gomes. Hicks and Sloan both denied List prohibited investigations as attorney general and said even the process described in the book for gaming investigations is wrong. Continue reading