Month: September 2016

The End Is Near

The end of the 2016 election rhetoric that is, NOT the end of the world or even the U.S. as so many keep predicting. Right now the political divide, perhaps comparable to the Grand Canyon, is deeper and wider than ever before in history. However, the key issues that are being spoken today, are the… Continue Reading

Green Tips for Fall

The Autumnal Equinox occurred on September 22nd, marking the first day of autumn. As temperatures begin to fall, here are a few things to keep in mind. Tire Pressure- Cooler temperatures can lower tire pressure, which in turn, lowers fuel efficiency. You might also check your antifreeze protection. Heat and A/C – In Las Vegas,… Continue Reading

National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The month of October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Women of all ethnicity and ages are equally vulnerable to violence by an intimate partner. In the first quarter of 2016, Nevada had a total of 9,869 reported cases of domestic abuse, and of that number, 730 were male victims. While the majority of victims… Continue Reading