CARSON CITY, Nev. (April 28, 2017) – On Wednesday, the Nevada Senate unanimously passed a bill that would legalize commercial industrial hemp production in the state, setting the foundation to end federal prohibition in effect. A bipartisan coalition of 12 legislators introduced Senate Bill 396 (SB396) last month. The legislation would authorize the cultivation of industrial…

CARSON CITY, Nevada (March 16, 2017) – A bill introduced in the Nevada Senate would help facilitate healthcare freedom and set the stage to nullify federal programs, like Obamacare, in practice. Sen. Patricia Farley (R-Las Vegas) introduced Senate Bill 208 (SB208) on Feb. 27. The legislation specifies that direct primary care agreements (sometimes called medical retainer…

Nevada standoff — a simple case? — Not‏

Photo credit to Frank Martinez on Facebook

This article is very much food for thought. As first I thought the BLM versus Rancher Bundy was a pretty simple and straightforward story. It is turning out that it is any thing but. Embedded in this story, elements of: Senate corruption; land grab on behalf of Chinese company; Agenda 21; false desert tortoise claims by govt; Senator orders alteration of boundaries to benefit one of his contributors; govt euthanizing the same tortoises that they say are endangered; a move to force humans from remote areas into densely packed cities; and more.

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Electile Dysfunction by Dennis Grover (Nevada)

We just came out of another election, let me explain it one more time!

All one has to do is spend a couple of evenings watching late evening television to realize that we have a brand new menu of medical syndromes and disorders to choose from. “Experts” are telling us they don’t have a clue or pharmaceutical companies are offering a new “miracle” pill to make us all feel good, like we did before our country suffered from Electile Dysfunction.

…look at this… Seems the NRA’s competition has no trouble figuring it out; Nevada Senator Harry Reid claims to be a defender of the Second Amendment.  Is that really the case?  You decide.  Here is a list of votes he has cast over the past twenty years in the U.S. Senate: 1. June 28, 1991—Voted […]