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Though I can say that overall, I enjoyed my first four years in Spain, it wasn’t all fun and games. In fact, if you remember from my earlier stories, there was that period when I first arrived that I was a barracks rat before my Mexican friend busted my cherry and talked me into going downtown. ... Continue Reading →
“THE GULF STREAM, A CAREGIVER’S JOURNEY”
Part 9 by P. Geoffrey Civello
This chapter 9 continues my story of how I came to the world of caregiving and what I learned along the way. As before, I ask for the reader’s patience as I chronicle this adventure or, misadventure as you may see it ... Continue Reading →
Republican Senator Marco Rubio’s announced his presidential campaign earlier this week.
He said it was about yesterday and today. Rubio claims he represents today and Hillary ... Continue Reading →
Don’t you find it ironic that in 2015, which is the 50th anniversary of the March on Selma for voting rights, that Nevada is about to become another GOP controlled state to throw up ... Continue Reading →
Hey, dog lovers. Ever heard a bulldog sing?
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Hello LTN Readers!
This is a courtesy notice to let you know about some changes coming to the Let’s Talk Reader Comment system! Those of you that have been with us from the beginning, reading and commenting on this site for the past two years know that we have grown from a little local Mesquite, ... Continue Reading →
How does a “juice bill” collapse on the Senate floor? How does a seemingly bipartisan bill, backed by a multi-billion dollar corporation and the top lobbyists that corporation hired, suddenly fail on a party line vote? This is the bizarrely true story of how the Nevada Legislature is falling apart ... Continue Reading →