TODAY AT LOS ALAMITOS by Richard Eng
It was 7 o’clock in the morning at the Roadrunner Saloon on West Flamingo Road in Las Vegas. I’d been in that fine establishment before, but never at that hour.
Is any freedom more important, more sacred than the right to raise a family without government intrusion?
For those keeping score, the House of Representatives won’t vote on comprehensive immigration reform in July, but will vote on a bill that would allow lawmakers to sue the president for failing to see that the laws are faithfully executed.
Spencer Collins is the kind of 9-year-old who’d make any parent proud. In the age of PlayStation and Xbox, he’s a voracious reader, a trait he attributes to his mother, an elementary school teacher. In fact, for Mother’s Day, Spencer, with help from his father and grandfather, built a small bookcase in his front yard, from which friends and neighbors could check out and share books — a gift his mom had said she wanted.
When did the First Amendment become so controversial? The centrist U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled unanimously on roughly two-thirds of the 67 cases it decided this term — the greatest share of 9-0 cases in at least 60 years — remains hopelessly divided on some of the country’s bedrock freedoms.
To the editor:
To the editor:
Losing usually brings about change. And after he fell to Jhonny Gonzalez in August, Abner Mares decided he had to undergo a makeover.
Dear Savvy Senior: Can you recommend some good ergonomic gardening gear for seniors? My 72-year-old mother loves to work in the garden, but has been plagued by various gardening injuries this year. — Looking for Solutions