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Not so fast! We do have the Patriots with the renowned Tom Brady at quarterback, but we also have the ... Continue Reading →
Kids for Sports in a new charity in Mesquite whose objective to ensure that no children in the area are unable to play organized sports because of lack of funds for fees, equipment or other expenses. It was founded last year under the leadership of Cory and Chad Clemetson and the Executive Team at ... Continue Reading →
It’s that time again. Yep, another election is near. This time, folks who are fortunate enough to live in Las Vegas, Henderson, or North Las Vegas will be voting in municipal elections. While we’ll get to the key issues at hand in Henderson and North Las Vegas later, we’ll be taking a closer look ... Continue Reading →
President Barack Obama, once again, make his case for rebuilding America’s infrastructure during last week’s State of the Union address. Once again, GOP members of Congress have completely ignored the issue and instead have trumpeted the Keystone Pipeline.
If you compare the fiscal and ... Continue Reading →
In response to Mike Donahue’s editorial regarding Overton Power District awarding scholarships to high school graduates for college expenses, I disagree with his view that this a proper use of ratepayer’s dollars. You can read his editorial HERE.
I give generously to local charities of MY ... Continue Reading →
Mitt’s Mormon PR Machine
The LDS Church (Mormons) made what looked like a (r)evolutionary announcement with it’s pronouncement that it would “support legislation where it is being sought to provide protections in housing, employment, and some other areas where LGBT people do not have protections, ... Continue Reading →
Earlier this week, we noted Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt’s (R) rush to join Texas’ law suit challenging President Obama’s constitutional authority to take executive action on immigration policy. We also noted Governor Brian Sandoval’s (R) uneasiness with Laxalt’s decision to join the suit. ... Continue Reading →