A survivor of Florida’s high school shooting is now parroting false information about Nevada’s stalled background check initiative.
The California Legislature is close to renewing a $1.55-billion corporate welfare program for movie studios. As so often happens, the largesse is being sponsored by a couple of Democratic legislators.
Thank you to Pahrump Arts Council for recognition
Most politicians would do anything they could to avoid disparaging veterans. Rep. and U.S. Senate candidate Jacky Rosen isn’t most politicians, and Sen. Dean Heller wants to make sure you know about it.
Reader thankful for compassion of sheriff’s office
To keep or not to keep brothels?
The combination of crises like climate change, the need for new forms of energy, and the possibility that peak oil is near have heartened those who would like to see nuclear power stage a comeback, and also those who hope that such a revivial would create pressure for completing the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump project.
Citizen doesn’t want others violating rights
In 2022, Social Security’s trustees’ report, the U.S. government’s retirement income program will begin paying out more in benefits than it receives in tax revenues. By 2034, a year short of its 100th birthday, Social Security’s $3 trillion in reserves will be gone. Benefits will have to be cut by nearly a quarter. And it’s all downhill from there.