A good initial step to mending the political divides in this nation would be to stop expecting every company, every person of public interest or every organization to stake out a public position on all controversial topics. Another good step would be to extend respect to those who happen to disagree on important political issues.
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If nothing else, at least the Republican primary debate for attorney general gives us a chance to talk about what’s wrong with blindly “backing the blue” while posturing as an advocate for limited government.
Following this week’s recall of a no-bail arrest warrant and dismissal of felony charges against a gambler accused of theft and cheating at Resorts World Las Vegas, Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson is now being accused of “catering to the donor class” by an attorney challenging his incumbency.
A recent report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center echoes long-standing concerns about Nevada’s standing in certain key educational achievement metrics. In this case, it’s about college completion.
Turn off your televisions. Disconnect your wireless routers. Caulk your doors. Apply at least two layers of aluminum foil to all windows. Unplug your doorbells. Check the expiration dates on your canned goods. Stock at least 15 bandages per resident in your household. Collect and store at least one gallon of water per household member per day.
The early support for a ballot proposal that aims to fundamentally overhaul our election system in Nevada — or simply break it, according to opponents — reflects the growing disdain for our era of increasingly cartoonish partisan politics.
As we wrap up April — during which we observed National Minority Health Care Month and spotlighted Black Maternal Health — I am personally reflecting on the health disparities for the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) communities, as well as the ways we, in and outside of the medical field, can help decrease gaps in access and delivery of care.