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Tiger Woods Haters are Back

Tiger Woods Haters are Back

  I watch what I consider a moderate amount of sports.  Two things I never miss are games played by the Pittsburgh Steelers, (don’t hate me because they’re winners), and Tiger Woods in a PGA tournament.  After watching the Players Championship last week, it’s obvious the ‘Tiger Haters’ are back. In the third round of […]

Anne Frank and Pornography

Anne Frank and Pornography

Anne Frank and Pornography This isn’t really a story about Anne Frank being involved in pornography.  It’s a story about a mother who is out of touch with reality. Gail Horalek, whose daughter attends Meads Mill Middle School in Michigan, has filed a complaint with the school board to have the book, which has been a staple […]

The Guardian Express Endorses Erin Lale

The Guardian Express Endorses Erin Lale

The Las Vegas Guardian Express endorses Erin Lale for Henderson City Council Ward 3. Lale’s published political commentaries show that she is both a thinker and a doer and will make a great Councilwoman. Erin has a 3 point plan to grow the local economy. One of her ideas is to repeat the success she […]

Erin Lale Kicks Off Campaign for Henderson City Council

Erin Lale Kicks Off Campaign for Henderson City Council

Erin Lale’s campaign kickoff was held at Total Promotions on February 3rd, 2013. In Lale’s speech, she said, “We have a great team and we will win.” Lale is running for the Henderson City Council Ward 3 seat vacated by the resignation of Kathleen Vermillion, also known as Boutin. In January 2012, the City Council […]

Erin Lale Files for Henderson City Council Race

Erin Lale Files for Henderson City Council Race

Erin Lale filed to run for the Henderson City Council Ward 3 seat on the first day of filing, January 22, 2013. Lale was one of the applicants for that job when the City Council decided to appoint a caretaker instead of having a special election after the elected incumbent, Kathleen Vermillion, resigned in December […]

Is The USA a Democracy or a Republic?

Is The USA a Democracy or a Republic?

“Making the world safe for democracy” is a phrase I heard growing up in the Cold War, relating to fighting world Communism. I didn’t find out that it originally referred to World War I until I was long out of school. President Wilson used the phrase when asking Congress for a declaration of war against […]

Taft Union and Sandy Hook school shootings requires attention to guns and mental health

Taft Union and Sandy Hook school shootings requires attention to guns and mental health

Part 3: Guns and Mental Health In part 3 of this 4 part series, the experts weigh in on gun control, rights, and mental health. In part 4 the experts will answer, What do we do? In response to the Sandy Hook school shooting and the recent Taft Union High School incident, many people are calling […]

PTSD suicide more deadly to American Soldiers than combat!

PTSD suicide more deadly to American Soldiers than combat!

Roxann Abrams lost her son to military PTSD suicide. She founded Operation: I.V.,Inc to help combat veterans with PTSD. She says, “NBC news reports we have now lost more military to suicides than in combat! “In order for our Combat Veterans to get the help they need the general public needs to understand WHY they need […]

Is Mental Health Care to Blame for School Shootings? Part 4

Is Mental Health Care to Blame for School Shootings? Part 4

Richard J. Keyworth saw mental health issues in crisis situations as a first responder.

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  • Colorado Fourth Grade Students Caught Selling Marijuana on School Playground April 25, 2014
    School administrators in the northern part of Colorado are telling parents to please take better care of their newly legal leisure marijuana. This is after several fourth grade students were caught selling the drug on their elementary school playground. John Gates, who is the administrator of safety at the Weld County School District, stated that […]
    Kimberly Ruble
  • Rubin “Hurricane” Carter KO’s Last Opponent: Injustice! April 25, 2014
    Rubin “Hurricane” Carter died April 20, 2014 at the age of 76 of prostate cancer. Retribution, is a word that goes hand in hand with words like atonement, requital, pay back, and one getting their just deserts. Retribution’s cost is high and it offers little return. When someone like Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, a black boxer convicted […]
    John Thomas
  • New Markets Get a Lyft April 25, 2014
    On the 24th day of April, Lyft announced that it is adding 24 new mid-sized U.S. cities to its rideshare service. They are billing the expansion “Lyftapalooza” but it really amounts to Lyft now operating in more U.S. cities than its nearest competitor Uber (60 versus 47). Lyft is getting extra competitive with a new […]
    Dyanne Weiss
  • Portland Trail Blazers LaMarcus Aldridge Unstoppable in Game Two Victory April 25, 2014
    The Portland Trail Blazers’ LaMarcus Aldridge was unstoppable in their game two victory over the Houston Rockets last night. Aldridge scored a game high 43 points to go along with eight rebounds and three blocked shots as the Blazers won 112-106, and took a commanding 2-0 lead in the series. Now, the Trail Blazers will […]
    Kalen Skalesky
  • California School Bus Crash Injures 12 April 25, 2014
    An Orange County Unified School District bus carrying schoolchildren crashed near the Anaheim Hills Golf course in California injuring 12 people. Six people were hospitalized including the 24-year-old male driver and five students from the seventh and eighth grades. The driver, who had to be pulled from the wrecked vehicle remains in critical condition and t
    Alana Marie Burke

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