Nevada disclosure law fails free speech muster

Would that Nevada had a few judges as perspicacious as ones found in Arizona and Mississippi. While a Carson City judge was fining and penalizing a Virginia-based conservative group more than $100,000 for buying television commercials without … [Read more...]

State senators have different agendas

By Thomas Mitchell Nevada’s junior senator, Dean Heller, took to the floor of the Senate earlier this month to berate the sweeping abuses and arrogance of federal bureaucrats in general and specifically the federal satraps who tried to bankrupt t … [Read more...]

Predators, wildfire not only threat to sage grouse

By Thomas Mitchell On Dec. 27, 2011, between Christmas and New Year’s Day, without any hearings, public notice or warning, the Bureau of Land Management issued its “Greater Sage-Grouse Interim Management Policies and Procedures” with the stat … [Read more...]

Nevada representatives are stable financially

By Thomas Mitchell The Federalist Papers went to great lengths to explain the strengths and purposes of the proposed new Constitution with its novel checks and balances in which power was distributed between the branches of government and … [Read more...]

Land Task Force to Study Transfer of Federal Property

By Thomas Mitchell While there was ample news coverage of the legislative session’s debates over taxes, gay marriage, medical marijuana, gun background checks and the state dog, there was hardly a ripple produced by the one bill that p … [Read more...]