Are stop signs just a suggestion these days?
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“One man’s junk is another man’s treasure” is how the expression is commonly stated in our modern society but the expression itself can be traced back as far as the 1700s.
DMV office not very handicap or vet-friendly
If Nevada’s 1st U.S. House District Rep. Dina Titus runs for the U.S. Senate, first-term U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen should get out of the race, said a leading Democratic lobbyist and pundit.
The latest health care initiative from the Trump administration and the Republican Party’s leaders in Congress seems set to sink just like the last version.
Editor’s note: this letter initially was sent to Tim Burke, local columnist for the Pahrump Valley Times.
In the Seattle Times, the headline is “Nevada Sen. Dean Heller is the man to watch on health bill.”
There is opposition to national monument review
There’s a perception out there that Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak, now running for the Democratic Party’s nomination for Nevada governor, is a centrist.
A letter in response to Wednesday’s sports column: We live in a sports void … seriously.
The prospects of finding a job in Nevada have improved significantly since 2010.
A few days ago I received a news release from Emily’s List attacking U.S. Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada for being “spineless” on health care.
In the latest sign that America has gone stark raving nuts at the expense of its parents and children, the Rochester, New York Democrat &Chronicle reports that a “mother faces child endangerment charges for letting her 10-year-old hang out in a Lego Store while she shopped elsewhere” in the same mall.
More reference facts about roundabouts
Public schools are failing, and parents are turning to private schools.
With Independence Day now in our rearview mirror, it’s time to look ahead to the 2018 race to replace tax-hiking/ESA-killing/Medicaid-expanding Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Legal prostitution preferable to sex trafficking
The power of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s veto pen now extends to Washington, D.C.
I visited Washington, D.C. for the first time in 1980. I was 13. Jimmy Carter was our president.
Senior health and fitness are always in the news, and obesity is an epidemic in the country.
Growing up in rural Nevada we never locked our house up. I don’t think we even knew where the key to the front door was.
Hints on how to be safe and sane with fireworks
Every experienced conservative activist knows the twin pillars of Ronald Reagan’s Rules for Conservatives. First, the co-called 11th Commandment to not speak ill of a fellow Republican.