America is slipping away

The America we have known is slipping away. A report by the Cato Institute and the Fraser Institute of Canada on “Economic Freedom of the World” shows that America has slipped to number 12 among countries of the world. The study surveyed 152 cou … [Read more...]

Goodness, Greatness

Two days ago I received this broadcast email from a colleague, mentor and friend who still resides in Washington and fights the good fight every day trying to change policies in DC to restore the American Dream. I believe Charlie has captured the … [Read more...]

Spur of the Moment

While dallying in a yet another sporting good section of a store, (for some unexplained reason there are forces at work that pull men from the clothing section to sporting goods), my other half decided to test me.  He snickered and turned to hand me a … [Read more...]

People That Talk During Movies

Television and movie theatres lighten the hearts of many, usually because we find enjoyment, and… or fascination in what we watch. Sometimes we have that one particular show we wait for all week, giving us a chance to escape from our own realities… ev … [Read more...]

Featured Realtor October 2014: Sharon Szarzi

This gorgeous custom built home has it all! Pride of ownership featuring four bedrooms, office, spacious living room, large master bedroom with organized walk-in closet, beautiful mater bath with tile shower and granite dual sinks and a jetted tub. … [Read more...]

City’s financial future requires a lot of work

A number of issues will probably be facing Mesquite in the coming years. Foremost, at least as I see it, will be economic development that is necessary to balance business, population growth, our demographics and the quality of life our residents and … [Read more...]

Horses Rear – Insult or Compliment?

When a group of little old ladies sitting on a front porch refer to someone as a horse’s rear, their intent is to insult that person. However, I recently learned how important a horse’s backside can be.  Now, I recommend that we thank those who refer … [Read more...]

Latest study should further dampen Las Vegas’ appetite for rural groundwater

A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey published this summer has added credence and hard numbers to the arguments from opponents to a plan by Las Vegas water utilities to tap 84,000 acre-feet of groundwater from valleys in White Pine and Lincoln … [Read more...]

This week in history October 9-15

October, 1877- Bunkerville settlers produced 400 bushels of wheat, 700 gallons of molasses, 1940 pounds of cotton; also grew corn, squash and vegetables. October, 1881- Early settler Luke Syphus lumber home burned to the ground costing the family … [Read more...]

Joy In Fellowship

In a church family people share the Joy of Fellowship together, whether in a small group environment, Sunday morning Bible Study, Sunday night movie nights, potluck dinners or Sunday morning celebration. Members have a sense of belonging, of being … [Read more...]