Recently over coffee, one of my best friends and I were discussing how difficult it is now to find and keep good employees.
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Violence caused by lunatic fringe is unacceptable
Nevada spent a week being scrutinized after the Nevada Legislature nearly gave the state a new health care system.
Writing in Reason magazine, Ronald Bailey asks (and tries to answer) a question you’ve probably been hearing a lot lately and may have silently asked yourself: “Are Robots Going to Steal Our Jobs?”
Thank you for successful Moose donation dinner
There’s an old saying in the marketing biz: “For those who get it, no explanation is necessary. For those who don’t, no explanation is possible.”
Roundabouts were more costly than original contract
I was just waking up when I got the phone call. You need to get to the hospital, your father has had a stroke.
There is something to be said about watching athletes mature and grow up in this small town of ours.
Besides getting funding from Congress, President Donald Trump also faces another problem in getting his wall built on the U.S. side of our border with Mexico, a prominent lawyer says.
If the most sweeping Republican victory in Nevada since 1890 – here I’m describing the 2014 election – did not tell them anything, then the appointment of Donald Trump as president gave Nevada Democrats plenty of motivation, and it showed at this year’s Legislature.
A new “mockumentary” has appeared on YouTube titled “The Bunny Hole”. It is a web series in the style of Reno 911 and features a cast of Broadway and TV veterans.
Our bilingual U.S. society isn’t helping many
“We’ve heard from thousands of Nevada families about how crucial it is that we give them freedom of choice in the education of their children,” Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval declared last January in his State of the State speech regarding funding for the Nevada’s landmark Education Savings Accounts (ESAs).
I am sure by now, as former Nevada Wolf Pack star Colin Kaepernick, once adored throughout Nevada, now finds himself up a creek without a paddle and no water, that he is saying to himself, “What is the big deal, all I did was refuse to stand for a song?”
A humane answer to the feral cat problem in Pahrump
Uber is so popular the taxi industry has turned to a last-minute legislative Hail Mary to try and push rideshare companies out of Nevada.
Thoughts on the real meaning of Memorial Day
Why do I have to press “1” for English?
One would think sexual harassment may be part of the culture at the Nevada Legislature, after speaking with Elisa Cafferata, the longtime Planned Parenthood lobbyist and granddaughter of Nevada’s first female member of Congress, former U.S. Rep. Barbara Vucanovich, R-Reno.
It’s not paranoia when they’re really out to get you
Constitutional scholars Eleanore Bushnell and Don Driggs once wrote that Nevada has an unusual number of ways to remove judges from office – “recall, impeachment, legislative removal, and removal by the Commission on Judicial Discipline. The number of methods contrast sharply with the federal system, wherein a judge may be removed only through the impeachment process.”
If you’re having trouble falling asleep, go listen to Wednesday’s hearing on the secret recording made of Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
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