I read with great interest the Monday Review-Journal headline about the Clark County School District’s legal bills (“CCSD runs up legal bills”). It brought to mind the time that we talked with an associate superintendent about an elementary school administration and teacher who had bullied our grandchild. “So what?” we were told. “I’m not afraid of being sued.”
The fires burn in California and the whole story goes untold. Pacific Gas Electric has been punished into bankruptcy. Its customers are without power and still the place burns.
Thanks to Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney for his Oct. 12 column comparing the NBA and the WWE.
From the day Cain killed Abel, no one has come up with a solution to stop one person from killing another.
The city of Las Vegas has produced an excellent initiative to address the issue of homeless people camping or sleeping along roads, sidewalks and in public areas.
You would think after being in the political arena for 45 years, Joe Biden (or his son), would know enough not to be personally involved in using their name, power or influence to scam Ukraine.
Do they just want to beat the crap out of their political foes? Is this the new American way?
One can but wonder about the wisdom of the White House’s refusal to work with a congressional committee.
How about some real political leadership beyond academic censorship to begin an education and promotion campaign toward something that will really define sustainability?
As someone also from South Carolina, I take umbrage at the comment made by an ally of UNLV student body President Hannah Patenaude concerning her Twitter comments of the past.
How can we not listen to a leader who states that he is an “extremely stable genius” and makes decisions thanks to his “great and unmatched wisdom”?