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!
This story will update recent events in the massive and expensive lawsuit filed a few years ago by the Virgin Valley Water District (VVWD) against former employees and consultants and a local businessman. On May 2nd of this year, Bo Bingham, the lawyer for VVWD, presented to the VVWD and the public ... Continue Reading →
Early Voting has been quite exciting. The first day I was witness to a friend, borrowing a Sheriff’s vehicle. I was trapped in the parking lot until 5 p.m. I thought I had a bright idea, parking on the other side of the entrance to the Ian Deutch Complex. Turns out it wasn’t such a bright ... Continue Reading →
Three of Mesquite’s leading Golf Courses are sponsoring a “meet and Greet” for the candidates that they support for the VVWD Board of Trustees TONIGHT at “Scotty’s Restaurant” at the Falcon Ridge Golf Course. The event starts at 6:00 PM and appetizers will be provided. ... Continue Reading →
This has been nothing short of awkward. And now, it’s starting to become quite scary. What on earth is going on here?
Most polls (particularly the credible ones) haven’t shown it. The campaigns weren’t behaving like this is the case … at least not until recently. And ... Continue Reading →
Current Republican Michigan representative to Congress, Dr. Dan Benishek, recently told an ABC news reporter that his medical background qualified him to “reject” scientific consensus that human activity is causing the earth to warm up.
He joins the chorus of well-known politicians ... Continue Reading →
The race for Lieutenant Governor of Nevada between Republican Mark Hutchison and Democrat Lucy Flores has several meanings.
If Hutchison wins, it will allow Republican Governor Brian Sandoval to pass the Governor’s seat to him in order to run against U.S. Senator Harry Reid in 2016. If Flores ... Continue Reading →
I have always tried to evaluate candidates and public officials based on their ideas and by making an evaluation of their background, education, experience and principles. But as I look back, I have chosen to vote for Democrats a large majority of the time. Of course the first national election I ... Continue Reading →
Cresent Hardy’s flailing campaign to unseat incumbent Congressman Steven Horsford got a boost from Dark Money last week, courtesy of Karl Rove and his superpac of anonymous donors, Crossroads GPS. Rove can’t spend all the secret money he collects from ultra-wealthy special interest folks who try ... Continue Reading →
A federal ship recently returned from the far Northwestern Hawaiian Islands to Honolulu with new discoveries. There is evidence of aquatic species never seen before, scientists reported. Using new technology called “re breather” scuba gear, scientists were able to dive deeper than ever ... Continue Reading →