Preserving Traces of the Great Basin Indians is the true story about a collection of Indian artifacts that family members and I have gathered over many years of living and working in the Great Basin known as Nevada.
Since the beginning of the 1800s, America has been courted by a relentless and seductive suitor. Technology, along with all of its obvious benefits has proven to be the siren that may yet wreck our Ship of State.
If you know your closet or dresser you know exactly where your favorite shirt or pants or cut-offs live.
This Mother’s Day we can remember all the mothers, stepmothers, and grandmothers that have blessed our lives. Take a moment and consider how these women have shaped you and given of themselves for your sake.
When President Biden addressed Congress on April 28, his lips were moving but Bernie Sanders' words were coming out of his mouth as the president advocated for a socialist manifesto that would put unelected bureaucrats in charge of everything and mark the return of big government.
After spending some time looking for a bar or a place to buy some beer, we were told that Panaca was only one of two towns in Nevada where the sale of alcohol was prohibited and gambling was not allowed.
Nobody will admit it when they discover they are in a rut. Nobody will admit it when they are unable or worse yet, unwilling to dig themselves out of a rut.
Legendary investor Jeremy Grantham said, “Remember that history always repeats itself. Every great bubble in history has broken. There are no exceptions.”
“The science tells us the vaccines are 95 percent effective, so if you have a vaccine, quite honestly, what do you care if your neighbor has one or not? What is it to you?” Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., April 22.