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Charter of the Forest — Still Relevant After 800 Years

     Eight hundred years ago today, Henry III of England signed the Carta de Foresta, better known by its English translation: The Charter of the Forest.      It was a rejection of the “Norman Yoke” and the restriction of lands from public … Continue reading

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The Medical Normalization of Suicide

     Increasingly, suicide is being accepted as a legitimate medical treatment. Medicine—with the ostensible purpose of providing for the health and well-being of a patient—is now being mutated into a justification to kill financial burdens. A Nevada doctor recounts how cost-cutting … Continue reading

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Euthanasia in Nevada: Life Coming Up Snake Eyes

     The Nevada Legislature is considering SB261, that lets doctors proscribe death as an acceptable medical treatment: “Senate Bill 261, introduced by Sen. David Parks, D-Las Vegas, allows a patient over 18 years old to request life-ending drugs if their conditions … Continue reading

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Nevada Early Vote Update 2016 (End of Early Voting)

     With early voting over, and only Friday’s numbers to be updated, with probably close to ca 2/3 of the total vote: Democrat voting in Friday was a complete blow-out: Democrats increased their total lead of voters to almost 46,000, for … Continue reading

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Nevada Primary 2016: First Week Early Voting Roundup And Prognostications

     The first week of early voting in Nevada for the primary election has concluded.  Increasingly, early voting has become the choice of a larger and larger majority of voters in Nevada.  Traditionally, early voting has skewed Republican compared to election … Continue reading

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Arbitrary and Capricious Elimination of a Fundamental Civil Liberty by Bureaucrats Coming to Nevada

     Nevada state Senator, and Congressman wannabe, Ruben Kihuen wants to allow bureaucrats to arbitrarily destroy the fundamental civil liberty of the right to keep and bear arms by barring people from buying guns via addition to a Federal “No Fly … Continue reading

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Nevada State of the State 2015: Tax & Spend Republicans

     Fresh off of a historic election which saw Republicans in Nevada win both houses of the legislature and the Governorship for the first time since the 1920’s, and the first time to win all the partisan statewide offices in addition … Continue reading

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Conservative Nevada Republican’s Self-Inflicted Stalingrad

     In November, the Republican Party in Nevada swept every statewide race and retook the state Senate.  Unexpectedly, they also gained ten seats in the forty-two seat Assembly to gain a 25-17 majority in that chamber for the first time since … Continue reading

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Election 2014 – Winners and Losers

     Now that the election is (mostly) over, let’s take a gander on who the big winners and loser were. Tweet

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Election Aftermath – Pudding Time!

     The Republican wave became a tsunami. In Nevada, it became a flood of Biblical Proportion! There is but one thing to say about this: It’s pudding time!      How bad was it?      This bad: Interesting stat: first time a president’s home … Continue reading

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