In the "Good News" department, the Washington Times reported in September "More than 57,000 gun-friendly bars, eateries crop up across America."
My fellow booksellers in these parts were recently advised to research and stock books created under the auspices of the FDR-era "Federal Writers' Project," a tax-and-spend-and-elect outfit created in 1935 as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt's Works Pro
Friends and fans — if few in number then all the more cherished — have been asking why I seem to have been writing less this year.
Among scores of other promises, some more and some less likely than walking on water, Barack Obama devoted a paragraph in his recent State of the Union address to the age-old Democratic promise of more gun control — vowing he’ll proceed even without
On Tuesday morning, March 4, Kermitt Waters, a Las Vegas attorney whose main job is defending Nevada property owners whose land is being seized by government agencies offering low-ball prices .......
The Brietbart Web site reported Dec. 5 that Barry Greenfield, an elected Selectman in Swampscott, Mass., “is pushing a measure to give police the authority to conduct home searches to check proper storage of firearms.”
I see where there have been a couple more “mass shootings,” leading not to questions about why so many black men seem to feel trapped, frustrated, and unneeded in the wonderful new multi-generational welfare state we like to call Obamaland, ....
My mom called me the other day to ask whether I thought the “government shutdown” would impact some state program or other.
In the fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty’s father fails to follow the common-sense course — sending soldiers to arrest the evil fairy, warning her that if any harm comes to his daughter through that malevolent curse concerning sewing needles, said fairy wo
The statists may have failed on the federal level to enact new anti-gun measures this year, but their farm teams in the state legislatures are stepping into the breach.
The daily paper as you’ve known it is going the way of the drive-in movie, the party line, and black-and-white TV.
The Mojave Desert Tortoise is listed by the federal government as a “threatened” species, which allows extreme environmentalists and their co-religionist government thugs to impose restrictions on land use by humans in Southern Nevada,.....
Envisioning cars that can go “coast to coast without using a drop of oil,” President Barack Obama on March 15 urged Congress to authorize another $2 billion over the next decade to expand research into weaning automobiles off gasoline.
What’s slowing down job creation in Nevada, where the real unemployment rate — counting part-timers who would prefer full-time work, and those who’ve given up looking — averaged 20.3 percent in 2012?
A letter poured in last week: “Please tell me who needs an assault weapon other than our military??????
During the Christmas season, 1994, the federal Drug Enforcement Administration put Las Vegas medical doctor Dietrich Stoermer, who had treated our troops in Vietnam, on trial here for writing “too many” painkiller prescriptions.
Another Fearless Drug Warrior is writing my boss at the daily Review-Journal, trying to get me fired. One “Scott Miller” wrote in on March 12:
American politics is a lot like professional wrestling — the dork in the diaper loses again and again to the masked bodybuilder, until finally the tables are turned and the dork wins on a technicality, setting up November’s big grudge match.
JoAnn Rupiper, a former pediatric nurse now employed by the Southern Nevada Health District, spoke Jan. 26 at the 2013 Live Well Health Expo at the Bill and Lillie Heinrich YMCA, here in Las Vegas.
Delegates of both parties preparing to cave on amnesty for another 10 to 14 million illegal aliens might want to take a gander at a new Pulse Opinion Research survey of 1,000 likely voters nationwide, available at http://tinyurl.com/axlxkyn.
In his State of the Union speech Tuesday, President Barack Obama made a few favorable references to his erstwhile opponent, Mitt Romney, the guy who four months ago was such a heartless cad that he “didn’t even care” that some woman got sick and died
Vin’s note – I received this from Dr. Russell L. Blaylock, a retired neurosurgeon and author.
Civil forfeiture is the government power to take property suspected of involvement in a crime. And unlike cases of criminal forfeiture — the seizure of ill-gotten gains after a criminal conviction —
“I support the Second Amendment and the right of individuals to bear arms for recreation, hunting or self-defense,” Mr. Horsford told the Stephens Press Washington Bureau, last week.
The National Resources Defense Council has placed Nevada first in the West and sixth in the nation for heat records broken in the year 2012.
It’s been half a century since Jack Finney’s 1954 novel (and Don Siegel’s 1956 film adaptation) “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” introduced us to the notion of “pod people” — creatures that look like our neighbors but turn out to be pod-grown clones
During this fall’s election campaign, a few far-seeing observers warned “Watch out, Barack Obama and Harry Reid and Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer will end up trying to grab your guns.”
As much as I love Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings”, the Peter Jackson movie is better in several ways, one of which is the haunting voice-over introduction.
...the first years of the 19th century, Robert Fulton developed the first commercially successful steamship -- not because government dictated it should happen, but because of clever men trying to invent things that could make them money by solving e
What became of the Maya? The Mayan people developed an agricultural system productive enough to support populations in the hundreds of thousands. For better or worse, this allowed them to develop specialization. Their kings and priests started