South-end resident still frustrated by construction traffic in residential areas
Sometimes looking at the big picture makes it easier to evaluate a specific decision.
President earning place in history, but not as he wanted
If Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto has a moderate bone in her body, now would be an opportune time to demonstrate it.
Just because news show is popular doesn’t make it an honest program
Leaving Americans trapped in Afghanistan is going as poorly as everyone but President Joe Biden could have predicted.
Democracy allows us to express our political views
If the national mainstream media wants to blame governors for surging coronavirus cases, there are a number of blue states that deserve its attention.
Former Attorney General Adam Laxalt compared his quest to be elected to the Senate to the cause of the Rebels from “Star Wars,” which is most definitely is not.
George Orwell’s classic dystopia “1984” describes a future (as of 1949, the year of its publication) in which a totalitarian state attempts to control both present and future by modifying the past. The novel’s protagonist, Winston Smith, works at the Ministry of Truth, “rectifying” past news accounts:
Individual rights eroding without notice by some
The crisis unfolding in Afghanistan makes a compelling case that a central contention of critical race theory is fatally flawed.
No excuse for frustrating experience at area DMV so says a Times reader
Control of the U.S. Senate in 2023 may run through Nevada. Here’s what to watch for over the next 15 months.
Blue Collar Comedy makes sense and is funny too