The indoor rally held by President Donald Trump in Henderson, in violation of the governor’s guidelines, was dangerous and exhibited callous disregard for the health and safety of Clark County residents. As soon as the first COVID-19 death of a rally attendee occurs, and there will be many, I call on Attorney General Aaron Ford to indict Mr. Trump and everyone else responsible for the planning and organization of the rally on charges of reckless endangerment and criminally negligent homicide. Mr. Trump and his campaign officials are guilty of these charges.
Trump should listen to his own surgeon general.
Yes, over the past three weeks, I’ve knocked on well more than 300 doors, with about one-third responding that they have already submitted their information via the internet or mail.
Don’t downplay the deaths and the danger of COVID-19.
We must band together as one and fight this climate crisis. A major step would be to convert to clean energy.
Don’t go to a Las Vegas hospital for treatment.
But Democrats hate money in politics, don’t they?
Perhaps our next unity will come this Election Day, but I am not betting on it.
I much welcomed the Sept. 10 opinion piece by Clarence Page, “Are we asking the police to do too much?”
Now that our woke leaders gave away the NFR to Houston for this year only (supposedly), chances are the cowboys will be enticed to stay there for the future and give Vegas the royal buck.
Sports are at their best when they bring us together. All they are doing now is further dividing us by race.