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Letters to the Writer: June edition

Wow!  Summer is here and the time is right … for me to answer all my burning questions. Let’s get right to them. Dear Jim, What changes have you made in your life that you believe others can make to […]

Letters to the Writer: June edition

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Wow!  Summer is here and the time is right … for me to answer all my burning questions. Let’s get right to them. Dear Jim, What changes have you made in your life that you believe others can make to […]

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World Cup is a world of trouble for Team USA

In case you were not aware of it, the World Cup of soccer is taking place in Russia. Unfortunately, the United States failed to qualify for this major sporting

Las Vegas Mass Shooting: Why the silence and deleted social media posts?

LAS VEGAS — Sheriff Joe Lombardo is remaining silent on why Las Vegas Police Officer Cordell Hendrex, failed to act to confront gunman Stephen Paddock on the night of

Las Vegas Cop’s wife deletes social media posts calling husband a hero

LAS VEGAS — Jennifer Howe Hendrex, the wife of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Officer Cordell Hendrex who failed to confront gunman Stephen Paddock on October 1, 2017, called

Democracy and the ugly truth of its preservation

Philosophical Beginnings Democracy is a Greek word that means "rule of the people." The Greeks and Romans believed that citizens should elect their officials and be involved in their governance.

Mandalay Bay security guard didn’t investigate drilling sounds in shooter’s suite

Four days after the worst mass shooting in modern American history occurred on October 1, 2017, Mandalay Bay Security Officer, Jesus Campos was interviewed for the first time by

Roseanne Barr: Don’t Cry For Me, America

Okay, so those were not her words. However, Roseanne did tweet, “Don't feel sorry for me.” Of course, she also blamed her tweet heard around the world on Ambien

America: A nation in distress

 When I was a young boy I remember with glee the pure joy of every 4thof July. There was always a parade and every kid in town decorated his

Royal distraction

Another high school shooting. More kids slaughtered and more families left to confront a grief no one ever should have to face. More empty words and pointless prayers from

Justice and our youth left behind by leadership

Today, in the year 2018, with the most advanced technology in the world, there is something seriously wrong with our system of justice. It is dysfunctional in the least

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