Michele Wooldridge seeks to grab even more money for Twitchell Elementary by shamelessly begging for donations on their school billboard (“Begging for a budget boost,” Tuesday Review-Journal). Nevada taxpayers are already paying through the nose for the Clark County School District. One has only to look at the salaries of the top tier of the school system to see where the money is being funneled. It’s time for them to give back to the children. Begging for money from the public only worsens the problem.
Let’s regulate gun ownership with fair and logical rules for law-abiding citizens.
Just because something isn’t 100 percent effective, doesn’t make it futile.
Let’s stop with the weak reasons why we should do nothing.
Once a town throws money at a sports team and a stadium, that team will keep coming back for more.
I see a lot of people on both sides with “temper tantrums.” How are we to teach our children if they see adults with angry words and demonstrations in the streets?
… but I am seriously considering voting for him next year, if only to prevent some Democratic socialist from being elected.
Enough already about the rats. Michael Ramirez, in his Aug. 5 political cartoon, used that topic to get in a swipe against Baltimore and the residents of that large and historic city.
Instead of taking away guns, let’s regulate the bullets. If you own a gun, handgun or rifle, you can buy only enough bullets for the capacity of the gun.
Most Powerball players hope to win big dollars, probably enough money to never work again. Under Sanders’ or de Blasio’s tax plans, only government would live the dream.
Clearly, more research of gun violence incidents is required … and, perhaps, that’s where our politicians should be focused.