In response to a Feb. 8 letter in which the writer suggests if we don’t like President Donald Trump’s tweets, we shouldn’t read them: If we don’t read his tweets, how will we know what his administration is up to? He’s done away with press briefings and press conferences. Never mind that they’re typically filled with tall tales and poor grammar. It’s still all we’ve got. Sad.
How about limiting presidents to one, six-year term?
Do American “progressives” remember history?
Henderson City Council has surprised residents by announcing plans to build a 6,000-seat arena directly in the middle of a planned family community that already is experiencing traffic concerns.
The definition of an oligarch: A very rich business leader with a great deal of political influence.
Why are resources being diverted from real traffic issues?
A waste of TV time.
Actions speak louder than words.
I don’t think we are asking too much to be treated fairly.
We absolutely support your Wednesday editorial advocating for abandoning this chaotic and time-consuming caucuses as a means of awarding presidential delegates. Early voting for the Nevada caucuses was very confusing —- the ballot instructions were poor and volunteers were unsure how to handle questions about the process. They were, however, very dedicated to making sure the voter results were accurately recorded.