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Today's Opinions

  • Editorial Cartoon - Sept. 7, 2012
  • Opinions on the water situation

    My opinion on the water situation follows:

    • I would be more willing to pay the higher rates if the money only went to repair and maintain the water and sewer system. No parks, vehicles, extra employees, etc., just the water and sewer system. Don’t consider this a “slush” fund. There should be a date given when rates will be reduced, just in case someone forgets.

  • What Romney will deliver

    Assuming there is any sincerity whatsoever in what Mitt Romney says (which of course is always the big question), I appreciate his making clear what he will deliver:

    1. “Drill Baby Drill.”

    2. More Supreme Court justices like the geniuses who approved “Citizens United.”

    3. Less regulation and even lower taxes for the millionaires and players like himself, who brought on the current economic disaster.

    4. A repeal of “Obamacare” —  which of course he invented.

  • Vote according to God’s law

    First, let’s set the stage with an excerpt from “The Manhattan Declaration,” which was developed by a group of prominent clergy, ministry leaders, and scholars of (many Christian) faiths:
    “Therefore, let it be known that we will not comply with any edict that compels us or the institutions we lead to participate in or facilitate abortions, embryo-destructive research, assisted suicide, euthanasia, or any other act that violates the principle of the profound, inherent, and equal dignity of every member of the human family.

  • Nuestra Historia - Failed unity: 1882-1884

    Soon after the east side began its lightning-fast growth in 1879, many west side businesses moved across the river to the new rail town, finding it easier and more profitable to be near the railroad docks and sprawling commercial houses on Railroad Avenue. Thus began a gradual decline of the west side, which will be reviewed at length later.

  • Editorial Roundup - Excerpts from editorials around the nation - Sept. 7, 2012

    The News & Observer of Raleigh on U.S. Capitol neglect (Aug. 31) — What’s next? Leaving the gum on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial? Or perhaps Republicans in the U.S. House will decide to leave the pool at the World War II memorial empty. Maybe they’ll want to cut back services at the Smithsonian and leave the fingerprints on John Glenn’s Friendship 7 capsule.

  • Mismanaging phone funds

    In the case of the Forgotten Phone System, that $1.2 million purchase in the West Las Vegas School District that must have sat hidden away in some bubble-wrap for about three years, there’s a lot to be concerned about, and plenty of questions that still need addressing. We hope school board members are digging away right now, trying to come up with answers soon.

  • Editorial Cartoon - Sept. 5, 2012