*Here's another piece from the The Waste Lands Report*
by Craig Fiegener and Marvin Clemons
WASHINGTON, D.C. (KSNV News3LV) — Despite Nevada protests against it, a measure to make Yucca Mountain the nation's nuclear waste repository advanced in a c ...
Posted Wednesday, June 21st 2017 at 3:32PM
Today I want to start the new topic of book trailer reviews. In recent years, their necessity's been up for debate. On one side, it may ruin the readers' imagination of what lies within the book. On the other side, we live in the age of video and mor ...
Posted Monday, June 19th 2017 at 7:51PM
Whew! Joel C. Rosenberg's political thriller, Dead Heat, shakes, rattles and rolls the world of the book and the reader, who invests time in its harrowing events.
Book #5 in The Last Jihad Series, I'm behind in reading about the terrifying tales ...
Posted Monday, June 12th 2017 at 6:12PM
By Nicholas K. Geranios and Manuel Valdes
The collapse of a tunnel containing radioactive waste at the Hanford nuclear weapons complex underscored what critics have long been saying: The toxic remnants of the Cold War are bein ...
Posted Tuesday, May 16th 2017 at 10:10PM
Well, well, well, Richard C. Hale’s Frozen Past. I won’t detail every twist, but here's what I will avow. The book states it’s a Jaxon Jennings Thriller, but he wasn't the first story focus. Teenager Luke Harrison and his friends Jimmy and John Besne ...
Posted Tuesday, April 4th 2017 at 7:53PM
Ted Dekker’s The Priest’s Graveyard is a riveting suspense/thriller character piece. The story starts with a woman named Renee Gilmore who feels a pressing need to deliver a written confession to a Father Andro, a Bosnian priest, from a Danny Hansen, ...
Posted Saturday, March 11th 2017 at 10:10PM
By: Brian A. Klems | January 18, 2017
Raymond Chandler, in The Simple Art of Murder, famously described the heroic detective: A man who is neither mean nor tarnished. Who is unafraid and honorable. He is lonely, but well fit for the adventure of u ...
Posted Thursday, February 16th 2017 at 7:03PM
NBy David Wagman | Posted 27 Jan 2017 | 13:00 GMT | From the IEEE Spectrum
Will Yucca Mountain rise again?
The answer may be more political than technical. And the topic of long-term nuclear waste storage is just one of dozens facing Ene ...
Posted Thursday, February 16th 2017 at 6:59PM
By: Guest Column | January 16, 2017
In New York Times bestselling author Peter James’s latest Detective Roy Grace novel, much of the narrative is from the point of view of antagonist Jodie Bentley, a psychopathic Black Widow systematically marryin ...
Posted Friday, January 27th 2017 at 7:20PM
Posted January 14, 2017 - 9:02pm
From the Las Vegas Review-Journal
By Dean Heller and Dina Titus
Special to the Review-Journal
Since 1987, the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository has been a thorn in Nevada’s side. Because of bad po ...
Posted Tuesday, January 24th 2017 at 9:17PM
By Asher Price - American-Statesman Staff
Posted: 12:00 a.m. Sunday, January 08, 2017
Highlights:Waste Control Specialists have long sought a high-level radioactive waste storage permit for Texas site.
Waste Control Specialists was once contro ...
Posted Tuesday, January 24th 2017 at 9:13PM
At the present time, this 18th or 19th-century adage doesn't have a definitive author, though Edmund Burke's name gets the most attributes, it nicely ties into the theme of this post.
In the horror thriller, The Silence of the Lambs, an FBI agent ...
Posted Friday, January 13th 2017 at 8:08PM
By Nicki Porter | Published: August 1, 2016
Mystery writer Barbara Neely wrote her first novel Blanche on the Lam while working a 60-hour-a-week, full-time job. The book became the first mystery novel by an African American woman to be published b ...
Posted Wednesday, January 4th 2017 at 6:44PM
By Susan Ferrechio (@susanferrechio) • 12/21/16 12:01 AM
Susan Ferrechio Chief Congressional Correspondent The Washington Examiner
The long-stalled plan to open a nuclear waste repository at Yucca Mountain in Nevada has a strong chance of being r ...
Posted Wednesday, January 4th 2017 at 6:41PM
*Here's a tie-in story to a pair of San Onofre stories on this blog from March and April within The Waste Lands Report.*
By Rob Nikolewski | Contact Reporter
November 21, 2016 | 2:10 PM
Yucca Mountain is back on the bargaining table on ...
Posted Wednesday, November 30th 2016 at 5:44PM
*Here's another background story on America's issue with nuclear waste from The Waste Lands Report.*
THE DAILY SIGNAL
By Katie Tubb & Jack Spencer | October 18, 2016
The final presidential debates take place Wednesday in Las Vegas. Given the l ...
Posted Tuesday, November 1st 2016 at 6:21PM
***out of ****
Led by the Magnificent One, Denzel Washington, The Magnificent Seven depicts a thrilling western action/adventure. His quiet, confident and mellow, until the gun cylinders spin, Bounty Hunter Sam Chisolm, ride ...
Posted Thursday, October 6th 2016 at 6:59PM
1.5* out of ****
Starring Morris Chestnut, Regina Hall, Jaz Sinclair, and Michael K. Williams, star in this urban/domestic thriller in which John and Laura Taylor (Chestnut and Hall) have difficulty conceiving a child ...
Posted Monday, October 3rd 2016 at 5:46PM
This book touches the real life media stories of ISIS. The main character, Lincoln Boddies, along with the assistance of his friends whom refer to themselves as the “The Unit”, are faced with the difficult challenge of destroyi ...
Posted Thursday, September 22nd 2016 at 2:17PM
I EXPECTED AND WANTED MORE
While gripping, Michael Crichton’s SPHERE didn't fulfill more of what I thought should, might or could happen by the end.
A crew of American scientists, including psychologist Norman Johnson, discover an alien spacecr ...
Posted Wednesday, September 21st 2016 at 3:23PM
by Nevada Appeal.com
Sen. Dean Heller says the nation needs a program to dispose of and store nuclear fuel and radioactive waste but Yucca Mountain isn’t the answer. In a letter to House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee chairman John Shimkus, the ...
Posted Thursday, August 25th 2016 at 7:05PM
Review By Ricky L. Brown, Amazing Stories Magazine
The novel S.Y.P.H.E.N. by Cortez Law III is an engaging adventure of current global concerns mixed with a darker science fiction future. Published in October 2015 from Metro Black & Blue Books, re ...
Posted Wednesday, August 3rd 2016 at 6:43PM
Michelle Malkin | Posted: Jun 29, 2016 12:01 AM
It is not a theory that delegating the protection of our embassy and military personnel to other countries risks lives. It is a reality bathed in American blood.
The latest reports on Benghazi rel ...
Posted Thursday, July 7th 2016 at 5:54PM