Could a “Terror Attack” happen in Carson City during the Nevada Day parade?

FBIWe got a call from the Reno FBI Terror agent as soon as this posting was released. This is not a “terror threat”. We are asking what about terror in Carson City since they talked about Las Vegas. ISIS has crossed the southern boarder and made threats to bomb US cities, is Carson City on that list?  If you read this post, you’ll see we are also promoting a “peaceful” ANTI CORRUPTION protest during the Nevada Day parade.

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The calls were productive and we were able to express many of our issues about corruption in the Nevada courts, law enforcement and State agencies. We got about 2 hours of their ear(s) and told them about how we’ve been “terrorized” by an out-of-control government right here in Reno and Carson City.

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FBI Protest Carson City Nevada

In the past, The FBI has never returned calls or answered complaints the we have filed. We have been told not to call about corruption tips we receive on threats and corruption.   We are not proposing a terror attack. In fact, we a patriots and we see the corruption carried out by corrupt government official in Carson City and elsewhere as “Terrorism”. We have been peaceful and legally used our 1st amendment (not the second) and the US Federal Courts to make know out demands the justice is served. Clearly these people are paranoid and we wonder how they sleep at night knowing how many people they have fucked over. We find it interesting the FBI calls about this blog and a protest and ignores our requests and demands to investigate corruption in the Nevada courts, law enforcement and much more. See this related story: Skeptics who utilize free speech are defined by Homeland Security as “domestic extremists.” Anyone who tells the truth in America is instantly discredited. Indeed, to speak truth in America is a high risk activity.”

See our Reno FBI protest here: protest the FBI cover-up of Carson City and Reno Corruption

Could a “Terror Attack” happen in Carson City during the Nevada Day parade?

sniper gonna killCould a “Terror Attack” happen in Carson City during the Nevada Day parade? Maybe – There is a lot of HATE out there… But Las Vegas is OK. On the peaceful side of things there will be an ANTI-CORRUPTION protest on Nevada Day See the story here: NEVADA DAY ANTI CORRUPTION PROTEST

New FACEBOOK site dedicated the March Against Corruption is a movement to start making people aware about the corrupting influence of money in our government.

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In 2008 there were some “security concerns” and Dirty Harry Reid had to sit out the parade.

Angle Walks Parade Route (Twice) While Reid Watches National Review Online | 10/31/2010 | Elizabeth Crum harry reidDo the choices of the Senate candidates at Saturday’s Nevada Day parade in Carson City portend the election results on Tuesday?


Sharron Angle walked the two-mile route — twice

Harry Reid opted to sit and be a spectator rather than walk the parade route, while Sharron Angle walked the two-mile route — twice. Angle has often been called the “Energizer bunny” of Nevada politics. If she had not earned that moniker before, she did so this weekend. The Angle campaign reported this morning that Angle arrived home in Reno after midnight following Friday’s get-out-the-vote rally in Las Vegas with Senator McCain, Michael Reagan and Jon Voight. At 6 a.m. Saturday, she was driving to Carson City for the Republican Women’s traditional pancake breakfast before the annual parade’s start. Angle served meals and talked with attendees for three hours, until she had shaken hands with every last one of them. She was the last to leave. Choosing to take the local Republican womens’ chapter up on their impromptu offer to walk with their float near the front of the parade, Angle then went back and walked the route a second time.harry reid In contrast, Reid greeted spectators and participants before the parade’s start, and then sat and watched the procession. Staffers said Reid was advised not to walk or ride a car in the parade because of “security concerns.”

FBI head says no new threats for Las Vegas – Carson City no comment and no word on the Bundy vs BLM situation

death is nearDespite unsettling events in the Middle East, Las Vegas does not face new threats of terrorism, FBI Director James B. Comey said Tuesday during a brief visit here. “You are a city of the world,” Comey told reporters. “So you are the focus of attention by good people and bad people all over the world. I don’t see that having changed appreciably in the last few months.” Las Vegas has been considered a terrorist target since it was revealed that the al-Qaida hijackers of the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington visited here before carrying out the attacks. But over the years, authorities have maintained that there have been no credible threats. Comey, in Las Vegas to meet with local FBI agents and top law enforcement officials, said counterterrorism remains the FBI’s No. 1 priority. “It’s a promise we made to the American people after 9/11 and one we work all day and every day to try to keep them safe from terrorist attack,” he said two days before the 13th anniversary of the attacks.pibe bomb The terrorist threat around the world is changing in two ways, said Comey, who has been at the helm of the FBI for a year. The world has seen the emergence of homegrown violent extremists who are inspired by the “poisonous propaganda” of al-Qaida and other high-profile terrorist groups, he said. Then, there are the smaller splinter groups emerging in the war-torn countries of Syria and Iraq that are attracting recruits from across the globe, including the United States, he said. “Everything I’m worried about touches Las Vegas,” Comey said. On another subject, the FBI director declined to discuss the criminal investigation of the April confrontation between law officers and Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy and his supporters. In May, Sheriff Doug Gillespie said the FBI was investigating allegations of threats and assaults on the law enforcement officers. The armed standoff occurred as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, backed by federal court orders, startedseizing Bundy’s cattle over his failure to pay the agency about $1 million in grazing fees over two decades. Militia members flocked to Bundy’s aid. With each side pointing rifles and tensions reaching a critical level, federal land officials backed away and agreed to return Bundy’s cattle. The BLM said it halted the roundup for the safety of its agents and the public. Contact Jeff German at or 702-380-8135.
Joe Biden: Gun Control Movement Needs Another High-Profile Victim

joe biden COA_0Saturday, October 11, 2014 On October 10 Vice President Joe Biden spoke at a memorial for the late Jim Brady and said the gun control movement needs another high-profile victim who is well-spoken in order to succeed. Check it out: Brady, who was President Ronald Reagan’s Press Secretary, was shot and wounded during the March 30, 1981 attempt on Reagan’s life. According to The Washington Times, Biden stressed that the push for more gun control is not over and said he prays a new voice for the gun control movement emerges soon: What we need is another Jim Brady, who has the skill and the ability to convince those who are afraid, who walks the halls of Congress, to step up and do what they know is right. One will come along. It will happen. I pray God it is sooner rather than later. Post Continues on Read the rest of this Patriot Update article here:

AREA 51 by LVRJ Nevada 150 is a yearlong series highlighting the people, places and things that make up the history of the state

Nevada’s best-kept secrets endure at Area 51

Editor’s Note: Nevada 150 is a yearlong series highlighting the people, places and things that make up the history of the state.


A Ford Expedition descends into the desert. The only sign of civilization is the nameless dirt road stretching a few miles back to state Route 375. Then the vehicle stops short of something unusual: pavement.

“This is the closest you guys are going to get,” says Dean Baumgartner, turning off the car and ushering a man from the Netherlands and a couple from England to get out.

They look at the paved road ahead and the hills flanking them. They study the white Ford Raptor truck perched atop a hill to the right, facing them from a hundred yards away. Silhouettes of two men can be made out, watching everything they do, there in case they step across the line.

“They knew we were coming and drove out to meet us,” said Baumgartner, pointing to the opposite hill at their left, where camera and audio-sensing equipment stand on tripods. “They’re keeping an eye on everything you do and say.”

The tour guide has brought hundreds of people here from all over the world, just for a glimpse. A few of them have threatened to test the Air Force’s no trespassing signs, most memorably a group of women who asked what the men in the truck might do.

“I said they can shoot you. Right guys?” replied Baumgartner, knowing he would be heard.

The truck’s headlights flashed, making it clear that this isn’t just any government property. It’s the one that helped put Nevada on the map, even as the federal government struggled for decades to keep it off any map. Welcome to Area 51.


A year ago this past week, the federal government at long last acknowledged the secret facility inside the Nevada Test Site, freeing those like 77-year-old Las Vegas resident Thornton “TD” Barnes to finally tell his wife what he did for the Central Intelligence Agency from 1968 to 1975.

“Back then, aliens weren’t a thing,” Barnes said in an interview last week, recalling his work in high-speed radar tracking. It brought him to the top secret Area 51 to help in the CIA’s test program for U-2 spy planes and other Mach 3 aircraft, as revealed in the CIA reports declassified in August 2013. “If people only knew. We were out there just flying planes.”

When it comes to Area 51, there’s the unofficial, official story of a top-secret proving ground for new military technology and clandestine missions still in operation today. And then there’s the version preferred by the conspiracy crowd, the one involving shadowy projects and alien technology. Both draw tourists from all over, eager to see what they can’t see — inside.

Baumgartner’s tour, offered through Adventure Photo Tours, starts at McCarran International Airport, of all places.

An airline operates there but doesn’t sell tickets. Instead, it flies unregistered, unmarked Boeing 737s, nicknamed Janet jets, that can be identified by the red stripe running down their white fuselages. The flights transport personnel from Las Vegas to the Nevada Test Site and Area 51.

Barnes flew in the red-striped planes during his seven-year stint at Area 51, catching a ride to work every Monday and coming back Friday evening. He chuckles at all the wonderers, searching for exciting explanations, such as why the service came to be called Janet airline. That was the name of the CIA base commander’s wife back in the day, he said.

“It’s just the guy’s wife,” says Barnes with a laugh, remembering all the times he’s been asked about aliens. “I tell them we didn’t have any aliens out there. Just the best flying club in the world.”

But Barnes knows there’s no convincing some people, no matter how much he describes what did occur, like the MiG-21 fighter jet they received from a Soviet defector and later used in training to save countless lives.

As Baumgartner tells 26-year-old Floris Otten, visiting the United States for a karate tournament in Long Beach, Calif.: “When the government claims there’s nothing going on, make the lie believable. If nothing’s there, why would they guard it?”


Otten came to Las Vegas for what lies outside it. He first heard about the secret military installation from a video game, Perfect Dark, he played as a teen. He has learned what he could about the secret base ever since.

Baumgartner feeds him more tales during the drive on Interstate 15 north out of Las Vegas, splitting off onto U.S. Highway 93 a few minutes later and into the depths of the Nevada outback. For the 100 miles to Alamo, hardly a building or other paved road can be seen in the expansive valleys leading in all directions.

“No one to see what they’re doing,” says Baumgartner. “I’m going to tell you the theories. You can decide yourself.”

He talks of the rumored Area 51 tunnels — large enough for planes — connecting to California and of crystal skulls, like the ones made famous by the fourth film in the Indiana Jones franchise, and more.

“I like all the stories, but I remain skeptical,” says Otten.

Shane and Becky Cooper, the other passengers, feel similarly but have been intrigued since they saw a Janet jet taking off their last time in Las Vegas. Like many people in England, they hadn’t heard of Area 51, they said.

“My personal opinion, it’s a military base,” says 33-year-old Shane Cooper as Baumgartner turns the sport-utility vehicle onto Alamo Canyon Road, just short of Alamo the town, heading for Delamar Dry Lake. The Air Force reported using the flat and hard lake bed as an emergency landing site for the X-15. The rocket-powered aircraft set speed and altitude records in the 1960s.

Baumgartner acknowledges that most UFO sightings in the 1970s were probably the radical-looking Mach 3 planes tested at Area 51, like the SR-71 Blackbird.

“Almost every day, we were flying something,” says Barnes, at Area 51 for 2,850 training missions and 29 real-world surveillance missions, 26 over Vietnam and three over Korea. He remembers some odd planes, like the Have Blue, Lockheed’s prototype for the F-117 Nighthawk. “Weirdest thing I ever saw. You would think it an alien aircraft.”

But what is the Air Force up to now? asks Baumgartner, taking the group past Alamo to State Route 375, renamed the Extraterrestrial Highway in 1996, as marked by a sticker-covered sign.

“I want to believe,” says Otten, reading one of the stickers.

Baumgartner has shuttled all kinds of people looking for reason to believe, from an Australian bachelorette party to Europeans, Asians and Americans.

“The whole way there, they’re listening. They soak it up,” the tour-guide says. “Sometimes, they don’t speak English, which is interesting.”

While some are fanatics, knowing more conspiracy theories than Baumgartner, others are “just curious or maybe a little off, just like me,” he says.


Less than 40 miles down the Extraterrestrial Highway, Baumgartner makes a pit stop at the mandatory lunch spot for alien enthusiasts, Little A’Le’Inn in the small town of Rachel.

The restaurant and motel are featured in the movie “Paul” and sit across the street from a dry lake bed used in the blockbuster film, “Independence Day.”

An old tow truck is parked out front with a flying saucer dangling from the back. Near it stands a weather station also monitoring radiation. It belongs to a network of 28 other stations in “communities and ranches surrounding and downwind of the National Test Site,” according to a U.S. Department of Energy and Desert Research Institute program that monitors “man-made radioactivity.”

Nearby Area 51 lies within the Test Site, where 1,021 nuclear detonations occurred between 1951 and 1992, 100 of them above ground.

Inside the Rachel restaurant, about 5,000 pieces of paper money hang above the bar representing currencies from around the world.

Pat Travis, 71, has owned the restaurant for 26 years and embraces the Area 51 tourists, selling alien cookie jars, mugs, T-shirts, stuffed animals, shot glasses and much more. No one has found aliens, as far as she knows, but they find something else out here in the Mojave Desert, she says.

“People talk to each other here. When’s the last time you talked to someone at the table next to you?” says Travis, recalling two New York City neighbors who hadn’t a clue they lived across the street from each other. “They met here.”

After all these years, she can’t speak to the mysteries shrouding Area 51.

“There are so many unanswered questions out there because no one knows what happens in Area 51,” she says.


After lunch, Baumgartner heads his group back toward Las Vegas, stopping at a dirt road for the “black mailbox,” which is now white, planted in concrete and made of quarter-inch steel because of thieves and vandals. The mailbox is an alleged hot spot for UFO sightings.

Down the dirt road, Baumgartner goes for miles, taking his group to what they came to see — the spot where the warning signs stand and the pavement begins.

When they arrive, Otten watches the white truck on the hill, hesitant to approach the boundary as Baumgartner warned.

“I’m following you,” he tells his tour guide.

“You want someone to be a sucker for you, huh?” Baumgartner replies, walking up to the Air Force Installation sign a few inches from the pavement, but never over it. “See? No problem.”

The Coopers ask if it’s just dummies in the truck. Baumgartner’s tour company discovered that wasn’t the case May 28. Another tour guide, distracted by a person in the back seat, accidentally drove past the warning signs and was chased down by the white truck. Men in military garb got out, and Lincoln County police arrived to arrest them.

That should provide more fuel for the conspiracy theorists, says Barnes. But it doesn’t bother him.

“That’s part of the legacy of it. They really think that happened out there,” said the Cold War veteran who has done dozens of radio and TV interviews, including with the Discovery Channel and National Geographic, since being cleared to talk.

Callers always ask the same questions, wanting to know what they fed the aliens and how they looked. “They just flat out believe without a doubt that we had aliens out there. That’s their only concern.”

Contact Trevon Milliard at or 702-383-0279. Follow @TrevonMilliard on Twitter.


Statewide contest begins for final Nevada Sesquicentennial medallion


In honor of Nevada’s 150th birthday, the Nevada Sesquicentennial Commission invites all Nevadans to participate in choosing the design for the fourth Sesquicentennial commemorative medallion.

This medallion, the final in the series of four being produced throughout the year, will feature the winning design voted on by Nevadans. Voting begins today, Wednesday, July 23, which marks 100 days until Nevada Day, and ends Thursday, August 7, 2014.

“I am so excited to announce that all Nevadans will have the chance to vote for the design of the fourth and final medallion for Nevada’s Sesquicentennial. This will truly be the people’s choice,” said Lieutenant Governor and Nevada 150 Chairman Brian Krolicki. “One of the best parts of this year-long birthday celebration has been the engagement and enthusiasm by Nevadans from all corners of the state and the opportunity to highlight the diverse and rich heritage we enjoy.”

Participants will have four choices that feature a broad range of images and topics that represent the State: Hoover Dam – Then and Now; Lake Tahoe; Discover Both Sides of Nevada; and the Great Basin National Park. As with the first three medallions, the Nevada 150 logo will be on the reverse side.

Voting will be available online through the homepage; local libraries will also offer access to voting online; ballots will be available at the reception desk at the Grant Sawyer State Office Building in Las Vegas; and participants can also pick up a ballot in person at County Treasurer’s offices throughout the State. All ballots that are mailed must arrive at the Lieutenant Governor’s office by Thursday, August 7 and can be sent to 101 N. Carson Street, Suite 2, Carson City, NV 89701, faxed to (775) 684-7110 or emailed with Medallion in the subject line.

The winning design will be announced at the minting ceremony in Carson City, Sept. 3, 2014.

When participants vote they can also be entered into a drawing to win a silver medallion of the winning design. The winner of the drawing will be invited to mint their medallion at the minting ceremony in Carson City.

For more information and to vote, go here.

Sales of the commemorative medallions help fund the Nevada 150 events and year-long celebration. The third medallion, which was chosen by Nevada students, is on sale until August 26 at 5:00 p.m. For more information about Nevada 150,

About Nevada 150
Nevada’s Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of Nevada’s admission to the Union, will provide opportunities for celebration and reflection as we come together statewide to commemorate our shared history and build a foundation of cultural appreciation for generations to come. Nevada’s one of a kind and diverse history will be celebrated throughout the state for an entire year in order to promote pride in the shared heritage of all Nevadans. Nevada’s Sesquicentennial celebration commenced on Nevada Day 2013 and concludes with an expanded Nevada Day celebration October, 2014. For more information go