Archive for September, 2009

America Needs Some Repair Work

Every once in awhile, I need to vent a little about what I see wrong with our nation and lend my thoughts. In many ways, I don’t even know where to start because there are so many issues that need fixing in America right now. I don’t know about you, but I’m getting really sick and tired of all the nonsense that continues to come out of these politicians mouths–they need to shut-up and take some serious action! › Continue reading

Sunday, September 20th, 2009 Government Comments Off on America Needs Some Repair Work

Tarkanian Answers Pointed Questions For Senate Bid

U.S. Senate Candidate Danny Tarkanian
U.S. Senate Candidate Danny Tarkanian

I had the pleasure of sitting down to lunch with U.S. Senate Candidate Danny Tarkanian this past week. While Danny and I have been friends for many years, as a writer now I often have to sit down with friends and ask them tough questions. On this day, I wanted to know just a few specific things regarding his bid for the U.S. Senate. › Continue reading

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Thursday, September 17th, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on Tarkanian Answers Pointed Questions For Senate Bid

A Personal Story In Support Of The March Of Dimes, by Maggie Aranowski

March_Of_Dimes_LogoThe March of Dimes Signature Chefs Event of Las Vegas is coming soon! On October 3, 2009 you can have the chance to experience the cuisine of 30 top Las Vegas Chefs, bid on amazing auction items, sip luxurious cocktails but most of all help Nevada’s Babies. I am so passionate about this event and this is why: › Continue reading

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Monday, September 14th, 2009 Human Interest Comments Off on A Personal Story In Support Of The March Of Dimes, by Maggie Aranowski

NV GOP Assembles Basketball Team For Senate Seat

The GOP Dream Team has been assembled for the 2010 elections, but unfortunately they’re all running against each other! We all woke up this morning to the news that State Senator Mark Amodei from Carson City is entering the race for U.S. Senate against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Alright…lets lists the candidates for this seat thus far: › Continue reading

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Wednesday, September 9th, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on NV GOP Assembles Basketball Team For Senate Seat

Promises Made, Promises Kept

In today’s world, it isn’t often that a politician makes promises to his constituents, and keeps them. More often then not, once elected politicians quickly forget how they got there and almost immediately begin breaking campaign promises. However, sometimes we get that rare soul who keeps their promises and delivers on their campaign rhetoric. › Continue reading

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Monday, September 7th, 2009 Government Comments Off on Promises Made, Promises Kept

Water Fight Of The Century, Part 3

This is my final installment (For Now) of my story on the proposed SNWA water pipeline through rural Nevada. While I was contemplating this final piece, I thought a lot about my own thoughts on the growth of Las Vegas. › Continue reading

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Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on Water Fight Of The Century, Part 3
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