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Today's Opinions

  • Mil Gracias

    The Las Vegas Jewish Community wishes to express its sincere gratitude to Greg Levenson of the Bank of Las Vegas for its generous donation and Melissa Greene of the Plaza Hotel for making our first annual Membership Meeting & Brunch a tasty and tasteful success!

    Diana Presser
    Las Vegas

  • Nuestra Historia - ‘We have lost our voice’

    Whether Dennis Chavez would win his first bid for the U.S. Senate in 1934, would be determined in Las Vegas. Election results indicated he had lost to incumbent Republican Bronson Cutting by a mere 1,261 votes statewide, and Chavez contested the election only in San Miguel County.    

  • Nuestra Historia - ‘We have lost our voice’

    Whether Dennis Chavez would win his first bid for the U.S. Senate in 1934, would be determined in Las Vegas. Election results indicated he had lost to incumbent Republican Bronson Cutting by a mere 1,261 votes statewide, and Chavez contested the election only in San Miguel County.    

  • Editorial Roundup - Excerpts from editorials around the nation - Nov. 2, 2011

  • Heroes of adoption

    As November comes to a conclusion, so goes National Adoption Month, a time to highlight the need for children and youth in foster care to find permanent homes with loving adults. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, there are 107,000 young people in the U.S. waiting for such a home. A couple of weeks ago, however, there were six fewer kids in the system — thanks to the actions of a single man, an attorney in Farmington.

  • Editorial Cartoon - Nov. 30, 2011
  • Work of Art: ‘Your slip is showing’

    For years, Readers Digest carried a feature called “Pardon, Your Slip is Showing,” highlighting journalistic “slips” that appeared in the American press.

    When Las Vegas attempted a commercial airline and offered rides to families at a penny a pound, there were quite a few takers. But as interest dropped off, apparently the airline sponsored a promotion, which provided breakfast before each flight.

  • Mayoral standards

    Councilor Andrew Feldman’s decision not to run for Las Vegas mayor adds a new dimension to next year’s municipal election. Or, more precisely, it takes away a dimension, since the no-nonsense, intelligent Feldman would have been a real contender. And since Mayor Alfonso Ortiz continues to insist that he’s not running, it’s a wide open question as to who will lead this city in 2012.