Almost everyone wants gun control. The way things are today every single citizen needs a gun at their home to protect their family, and especially their children. The number of home invasions in Las Vegas is increasing uncontrollably, even during daytime.
If authorities are going to have control of everything, they need to consider automobile control. Has any one read the headlines lately?
“One person in critical condition after central valley crash” (oh, by the way, the valley means Las Vegas). “Man dead after being thrown from motorcycle after he collided with a sedan.” “Speed factored in deadly rollover crash.”
“At least four hospitalized in four-vehicle crash.”
Take our automobiles away from us and allow us to go to the era of the 1800’s and ride burros. That way many accidents could be avoided. Of course, some people, such as Senator Dean Heller, would be riding a very nice and expensive horse, but the rest of us would be on burros.
Let’s hope and pray that the burros don’t get into an altercation with each other and throw us from their back in the middle of the road.
Then, the headlines and sub would read: Man dead after being thrown from a burro: Stubborn burro s refused to give way.”
This is not the only problem we are facing nowadays. Lets take into consideration the unbelievable prices that big Pharma is imposing on us.
I, for one, went to fill a prescription medication prescribed by my doctor when the pharmacist told me: “$1,845 for a 30-day supply.
Hello! Are we both speaking the same language, or what? Speak to me in another language that I can probably understand.
Let’s talk about cancer. I have written many times that I firmly believe the cure for cancer has been found, but of course it is not economically feasible because several people employed by the American Cancer Society, the Clark County Cancer Society and many other societies would lose their employment.
According to The American Society of Clinical Oncology, one course of a drug combination chemotherapy regimen typically used for advanced colorectal cancer can range from almost $12,000 to over $30,000 for an eight-week course, depending on the drugs.
And this is not even counting the fees of the oncologist and all the fees attached to it, such as nursing assistants and all the other things.
This is totally outrageous! No wonder we’re all feeling we’re being driven nuts!
Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky, email her at pviasmensky@lasvegas tribune.com.