President Trump is off with a bang, and Americans – for or against – are still processing his bold moves during his first days in office. While most of the media attention is currently centered around protests and anger at Trump’s “Muslim ban,” and attempts to curb immigration, the policy that might hit closest to […]Continue reading
Judge Rules Montana Marijuana Dispensaries To Re-Open Immediately: “Folks Are Speaking With Their Votes.”
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A judge on Wednesday cleared the way for Montana’s medical marijuana dispensaries to re-open after a three-month hiatus by ruling that a drafting error in a voter-approved ballot initiative should not delay the measure’s implementation. District Judge James Reynolds of Helena ruled the error that pushed back the effective date of […]Continue reading
Montana Medical Marijuana 2016 Initiative I-182: Vote Yes To Nullify Imposed Restrictions Against Patient Access
As of August 2016, 25 states and Washington, D.C., had passed laws legalizing or decriminalizing medical marijuana. Additionally, 15 more states had legalized the use of cannabis oil, for medical purposes. The states shaded in red permitted the use of medical marijuana, while the states shaded in gray did not. The states in purple allowed for […]Continue reading
NEW YORK (WNB) – In what even some Democrats are calling a desperate and ill-advised attempt to connect with the youth vote, Hillary posted her own version of Kim Kardashian’s recent nude selfie Thursday night (below). “I don’t know if this was the right move,” said one Democrat Senator. “I saw this yesterday and frankly […]Continue reading
The only completely ludicrous conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton’s health is that there’s nothing wrong with it. Hillary Clinton’s campaign has a problem. A truth problem, to be specific. No, not the problem of being completely incapable of ever telling the truth, although that is a problem. The truth problem I’m talking about is the […]Continue reading
“I’m not crazy, doctor,” Gigante said in August 1997, shortly after arriving at Butner Prison. Gigante was typically seen as above, wearing a bathrobe, pajamas, and slippers, seemingly unaware that it was inappropriate to wear such attire out on the street. The New York Times described his behavior as that of “a disturbed but harmless […]Continue reading
Beware Of Montana’s Bio-Dangerous Agriculture: China Rejects 60,000 Tons Of GMO Laced Corn From America!
Will Montana’s Corporate Stooge Steve Daines Also Push Brawndo To Water The Plants? BILLINGS — A controversial bill that would likely keep genetically modified ingredients from being listed on food packaging has divided Montana’s U.S. senators. Democratic Sen. Jon Tester, the Senate’s only farmer, blasted his peers Wednesday for crafting a federal bill that makes […]Continue reading
A new study in the journal Neuropharmacology is showing yet again the incredibly diverse ways that medical cannabis can heal the body. We already know of several physical conditions it can treat—such as epileptic seizures, Crohn’s disease and neuropathic pain—but medical cannabis is also showing promise for the treatment of depression. Researchers at the Universidad […]Continue reading
Following the recent green wave of genetically modified (GM) crop cultivation bans across the European Union, Sustainable Pulse decided to research which countries have decided to officially ban the cultivation of GM crops around the Globe. This research has led to the discovery that there is a growing swell of government level support worldwide for […]Continue reading
Supreme Court Blew It On Obamacare: Multiple States Launch More Nullifications Against Federal Over-Reach.
Thought the litigation battle over Obamacare was over? Think again. Texas, Kansas, and Louisiana are about to file a new lawsuit against Obamacare, claiming that a fee being imposed by the IRS as a condition of states continuing to receive Medicaid funds is both unconstitutional and a violation of federal law. And they are in […]Continue reading
The once almighty Monsanto is on its knees. Their dirty deeds seem to have finally caught up with them. Monsanto shares have already dropped 27 percent this year and they just posted fourth quarter losses wider than estimates. They also announced cost-saving measures to counter their plunge; deep cuts to their workforce and exiting the sugarcane […]Continue reading