Let’s Talk Nevada is an open platform Where Communities Communicate about issues that are important to all who reside there – and those who don’t. We welcome you to participate on this online town square as long as you remain civil. Enjoy and Participate!
Intrigue! Suspense! betrayal. Double-cross. Drama. Mess.
This is the final weekend of the 78th Session of the Nevada Legislature. Are you truly ready for this?
If you are old enough, you can remember when America was number one in the world in a whole host of things. The road to the future may be paved with good intentions, but not America’s roads and bridges.
Congress keeps kicking the can down the road instead of fixing the potholes and worse. ... Continue Reading →
By: Sandy Ricks
I missed the grand opening of the new Mesquite SplashPad on May 22, 2015. In fact most of Mesquite missed it when it was cancelled due to weather. I did, however, take the opportunity to drive past the pad on Monday, May 25 about 1:00 PM. There were about 5 – 10 kids ... Continue Reading →
This is poignant – a message video. Creative.
This article presents several examples to show that President Obama is not doing enough to combat
climate change. He is certainly not doing everything he has the power to do. Is he cozying up too much ... Continue Reading →
Republican Congressmen from Nevada, Idaho and Utah joined to pass H.R. 1735 a bill authorizing spending $611.8 billion on the military, a subject on which Americans remain divided and the economy suffers.
Republicans Mike Simpson and Raúl Labrador of Idaho said yes to H.R. 1735. Nevada ... Continue Reading →
President Obama proposed to make a two-year community college education free during the 2015 State of the Union Address. The president said, “Tennessee, a state with Republican leadership, and Chicago, a city with Democratic leadership, are showing that free community college is possible,” ... Continue Reading →