Gov. Sandoval certainly is living up to the principles of the majority of the people he governs.
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Outlawing every petty nuisance of life certainly isn’t the job of the Nevada Legislature. If it were, there would be scores of people on death row for answering their cell phones during a movie.
It’s a poster child for conflict and unaccountability, a prime example of Congress empowering the bureaucracy to essentially create and enforce laws with little or no oversight.
We — American society — deserve to get a resolution to the U.S. health-care mess.
It is time for members of our Congress, regardless of party, to start looking at what works for the people rather than what works for the party line.
Let’s accentuate the greatest brand in the world. Rename our airport … Las Vegas International Airport.
There’s a reason the federal tax code has ballooned to 75,000 pages, triple what it was just 30 years ago: Powerful people like it that way.
If there are four years left on the current agreement, what’s the hurry to create any extension? Why should this even be up for discussion at the April 5 meeting?
Sometimes, my colleagues in journalism can be a bitchy lot.
Legislative Democrats should explain why they insist on turning a blind eye to their predicament.