Some people are quick to blame Trump for coronavirus deaths, but they give Democrats a pass.
I miss concerts. Actually, I miss a lot of the various types of social events that I used to attend pre-COVID.
Reader defends integrity, dedication of teachers
Democrat wonders how governor was elected
Kamala Harris wasn’t a hard-core district attorney in San Francisco nor a tough-on-crime attorney general in California, but she was still selected as the Democrats’ vice presidential nominee.
Is turning into a cashless society a possibility?
Gov. Steve Sisolak has bestowed kingly powers upon himself because he thinks the coronavirus requires acting like your parent.
During this current “special session”, our Democrat-controlled Legislature has prioritized police “reforms” and seem to have forgotten that we are in, what they call, “a health emergency”. While Nevada does have some bad officers, from the vast majority of police in our state, we have not seen racism as a driving issue. Still our state Democratic leaders think that getting on the record with specious “reforms” is a priority, so that their other Democratic friends feel good.
The act of physically going to a polling location and casting my vote in-person has always given me a feeling of satisfaction that I am participating in the election process.
“These are anarchists, these are not protesters,” President Donald Trump said on July 20th, defending his decision to unleash Department of Homeland Security hooligans on anti-police-violence demonstrators in Portland. Anarchist-bashing — referring to “radical-left anarchists” in Minneapolis, “ugly anarchists” in Seattle, etc. — has become a consistent Trump campaign theme since May.
“Don’t Fence Me In” was a popular song in the 1940s. Some might say it could be today’s theme song for Nellis AFB. Between all the land held in Nevada by the local air base and the Bureau of Land Management, it appears that control over boundaries and borders will be with Silver State entities for quite some time. And not just in the south.
Use analytical thought rather than emotion when going to the polls
The Lincoln Project, a group of Republicans campaigning against President Donald Trump and his supporters, say they love their party, but it’s a dysfunctional, destructive kind of love.
Former law enforcement family can’t bite tongue again after seeing letter
In the rural counties of Nevada, it is not uncommon to have residents assemble and express their conservative viewpoints. Here in Pahrump, during patriotic holidays like the Fourth of July, you might find someone standing along the main roadways waving an American flag to show their support for this country. It is also common to see American flags attached to residents’ cars and trucks around town. These residents are exercising their First Amendment rights.