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Organized labor has outlived its usefulness

February 18th, 2018

As a union man for more than 30 years, let me say this about the career Democratic politicians you have in office today: They are not your grandfather’s or your daddy’s Democrats, who used to look after the working man. These people are looking after no one other than themselves and the people who can work but won’t. They want to take from you and give and give to themselves ...Read More >>

Donald Trump’s military parade proposal is a wonderful idea

February 18th, 2018

I found it quite amusing when I read Jerry Gordon’s recent letter about how having a military parade will make us resemble Nazi Germany. I am curious if Mr. Gordon has been watching all of the anti-Trump protests over the past year and noticed how they use the old tactics of violence and intimidation that were used also by the Nazi Brown Shirts. Or how they use the old “if you repe...Read More >>

Accountability and Nevada’s housing assistance fund

February 18th, 2018

I saw the Feb. 11 from Verise Campbell, the CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corp., defending the program. Of course she is. You would, too, if you were getting a nice six-figure salary. As with her program and all “government” programs, actual results really don’t matter. The goal is to employ Democrat political supporters who can’t make a living in the ...Read More >>

COMMENTARY: Will the Olympics eventually go bust?

February 18th, 2018

Whatever the virtues of the Olympics, economics is not one of them. As we enjoy this year’s winter games in South Korea, we ought to ponder the possibility that the Olympics will one day price themselves out of existence. It will cost so much to host the Olympics extravaganza that no one will want to do it. Although that may seem far-fetched, the number of cities vying for future Olympic...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Attack distracted driving to reduce increase in U.S. highway deaths

February 18th, 2018

Nevada saw a 7 percent drop in traffic fatalities in 2017, according to the state Department of Public Safety. That’s the first decline in six years, although it came as pedestrian deaths jumped 25 percent in the state. The news was more somber, however, at the national level. The National Safety Council estimated last week that U.S. road deaths barely declined in 2017 and remained above...Read More >>

Organized labor has outlived its usefulness

February 18th, 2018

As a union man for more than 30 years, let me say this about the career Democratic politicians you have in office today: They are not your grandfather’s or your daddy’s Democrats, who used to look after the working man. These people are looking after no one other than themselves and the people who can work but won’t. They want to take from you and give and give to themselves ...Read More >>

Donald Trump’s military parade proposal is a wonderful idea

February 18th, 2018

I found it quite amusing when I read Jerry Gordon’s recent letter about how having a military parade will make us resemble Nazi Germany. I am curious if Mr. Gordon has been watching all of the anti-Trump protests over the past year and noticed how they use the old tactics of violence and intimidation that were used also by the Nazi Brown Shirts. Or how they use the old “if you repe...Read More >>

Accountability and Nevada’s housing assistance fund

February 18th, 2018

I saw the Feb. 11 from Verise Campbell, the CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corp., defending the program. Of course she is. You would, too, if you were getting a nice six-figure salary. As with her program and all “government” programs, actual results really don’t matter. The goal is to employ Democrat political supporters who can’t make a living in the ...Read More >>

COMMENTARY: Will the Olympics eventually go bust?

February 18th, 2018

Whatever the virtues of the Olympics, economics is not one of them. As we enjoy this year’s winter games in South Korea, we ought to ponder the possibility that the Olympics will one day price themselves out of existence. It will cost so much to host the Olympics extravaganza that no one will want to do it. Although that may seem far-fetched, the number of cities vying for future Olympic...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Attack distracted driving to reduce increase in U.S. highway deaths

February 18th, 2018

Nevada saw a 7 percent drop in traffic fatalities in 2017, according to the state Department of Public Safety. That’s the first decline in six years, although it came as pedestrian deaths jumped 25 percent in the state. The news was more somber, however, at the national level. The National Safety Council estimated last week that U.S. road deaths barely declined in 2017 and remained above...Read More >>

Organized labor has outlived its usefulness

February 18th, 2018

As a union man for more than 30 years, let me say this about the career Democratic politicians you have in office today: They are not your grandfather’s or your daddy’s Democrats, who used to look after the working man. These people are looking after no one other than themselves and the people who can work but won’t. They want to take from you and give and give to themselves ...Read More >>

Donald Trump’s military parade proposal is a wonderful idea

February 18th, 2018

I found it quite amusing when I read Jerry Gordon’s recent letter about how having a military parade will make us resemble Nazi Germany. I am curious if Mr. Gordon has been watching all of the anti-Trump protests over the past year and noticed how they use the old tactics of violence and intimidation that were used also by the Nazi Brown Shirts. Or how they use the old “if you repe...Read More >>

Accountability and Nevada’s housing assistance fund

February 18th, 2018

I saw the Feb. 11 from Verise Campbell, the CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corp., defending the program. Of course she is. You would, too, if you were getting a nice six-figure salary. As with her program and all “government” programs, actual results really don’t matter. The goal is to employ Democrat political supporters who can’t make a living in the ...Read More >>

COMMENTARY: Will the Olympics eventually go bust?

February 18th, 2018

Whatever the virtues of the Olympics, economics is not one of them. As we enjoy this year’s winter games in South Korea, we ought to ponder the possibility that the Olympics will one day price themselves out of existence. It will cost so much to host the Olympics extravaganza that no one will want to do it. Although that may seem far-fetched, the number of cities vying for future Olympic...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Attack distracted driving to reduce increase in U.S. highway deaths

February 18th, 2018

Nevada saw a 7 percent drop in traffic fatalities in 2017, according to the state Department of Public Safety. That’s the first decline in six years, although it came as pedestrian deaths jumped 25 percent in the state. The news was more somber, however, at the national level. The National Safety Council estimated last week that U.S. road deaths barely declined in 2017 and remained above...Read More >>

Organized labor has outlived its usefulness

February 18th, 2018

As a union man for more than 30 years, let me say this about the career Democratic politicians you have in office today: They are not your grandfather’s or your daddy’s Democrats, who used to look after the working man. These people are looking after no one other than themselves and the people who can work but won’t. They want to take from you and give and give to themselves ...Read More >>

Donald Trump’s military parade proposal is a wonderful idea

February 18th, 2018

I found it quite amusing when I read Jerry Gordon’s recent letter about how having a military parade will make us resemble Nazi Germany. I am curious if Mr. Gordon has been watching all of the anti-Trump protests over the past year and noticed how they use the old tactics of violence and intimidation that were used also by the Nazi Brown Shirts. Or how they use the old “if you repe...Read More >>

Accountability and Nevada’s housing assistance fund

February 18th, 2018

I saw the Feb. 11 from Verise Campbell, the CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corp., defending the program. Of course she is. You would, too, if you were getting a nice six-figure salary. As with her program and all “government” programs, actual results really don’t matter. The goal is to employ Democrat political supporters who can’t make a living in the ...Read More >>

COMMENTARY: Will the Olympics eventually go bust?

February 18th, 2018

Whatever the virtues of the Olympics, economics is not one of them. As we enjoy this year’s winter games in South Korea, we ought to ponder the possibility that the Olympics will one day price themselves out of existence. It will cost so much to host the Olympics extravaganza that no one will want to do it. Although that may seem far-fetched, the number of cities vying for future Olympic...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Attack distracted driving to reduce increase in U.S. highway deaths

February 18th, 2018

Nevada saw a 7 percent drop in traffic fatalities in 2017, according to the state Department of Public Safety. That’s the first decline in six years, although it came as pedestrian deaths jumped 25 percent in the state. The news was more somber, however, at the national level. The National Safety Council estimated last week that U.S. road deaths barely declined in 2017 and remained above...Read More >>

Organized labor has outlived its usefulness

February 18th, 2018

As a union man for more than 30 years, let me say this about the career Democratic politicians you have in office today: They are not your grandfather’s or your daddy’s Democrats, who used to look after the working man. These people are looking after no one other than themselves and the people who can work but won’t. They want to take from you and give and give to themselves ...Read More >>

Donald Trump’s military parade proposal is a wonderful idea

February 18th, 2018

I found it quite amusing when I read Jerry Gordon’s recent letter about how having a military parade will make us resemble Nazi Germany. I am curious if Mr. Gordon has been watching all of the anti-Trump protests over the past year and noticed how they use the old tactics of violence and intimidation that were used also by the Nazi Brown Shirts. Or how they use the old “if you repe...Read More >>

Accountability and Nevada’s housing assistance fund

February 18th, 2018

I saw the Feb. 11 from Verise Campbell, the CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corp., defending the program. Of course she is. You would, too, if you were getting a nice six-figure salary. As with her program and all “government” programs, actual results really don’t matter. The goal is to employ Democrat political supporters who can’t make a living in the ...Read More >>

COMMENTARY: Will the Olympics eventually go bust?

February 18th, 2018

Whatever the virtues of the Olympics, economics is not one of them. As we enjoy this year’s winter games in South Korea, we ought to ponder the possibility that the Olympics will one day price themselves out of existence. It will cost so much to host the Olympics extravaganza that no one will want to do it. Although that may seem far-fetched, the number of cities vying for future Olympic...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Attack distracted driving to reduce increase in U.S. highway deaths

February 18th, 2018

Nevada saw a 7 percent drop in traffic fatalities in 2017, according to the state Department of Public Safety. That’s the first decline in six years, although it came as pedestrian deaths jumped 25 percent in the state. The news was more somber, however, at the national level. The National Safety Council estimated last week that U.S. road deaths barely declined in 2017 and remained above...Read More >>

Organized labor has outlived its usefulness

February 18th, 2018

As a union man for more than 30 years, let me say this about the career Democratic politicians you have in office today: They are not your grandfather’s or your daddy’s Democrats, who used to look after the working man. These people are looking after no one other than themselves and the people who can work but won’t. They want to take from you and give and give to themselves ...Read More >>

Donald Trump’s military parade proposal is a wonderful idea

February 18th, 2018

I found it quite amusing when I read Jerry Gordon’s recent letter about how having a military parade will make us resemble Nazi Germany. I am curious if Mr. Gordon has been watching all of the anti-Trump protests over the past year and noticed how they use the old tactics of violence and intimidation that were used also by the Nazi Brown Shirts. Or how they use the old “if you repe...Read More >>

Accountability and Nevada’s housing assistance fund

February 18th, 2018

I saw the Feb. 11 from Verise Campbell, the CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corp., defending the program. Of course she is. You would, too, if you were getting a nice six-figure salary. As with her program and all “government” programs, actual results really don’t matter. The goal is to employ Democrat political supporters who can’t make a living in the ...Read More >>

COMMENTARY: Will the Olympics eventually go bust?

February 18th, 2018

Whatever the virtues of the Olympics, economics is not one of them. As we enjoy this year’s winter games in South Korea, we ought to ponder the possibility that the Olympics will one day price themselves out of existence. It will cost so much to host the Olympics extravaganza that no one will want to do it. Although that may seem far-fetched, the number of cities vying for future Olympic...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Attack distracted driving to reduce increase in U.S. highway deaths

February 18th, 2018

Nevada saw a 7 percent drop in traffic fatalities in 2017, according to the state Department of Public Safety. That’s the first decline in six years, although it came as pedestrian deaths jumped 25 percent in the state. The news was more somber, however, at the national level. The National Safety Council estimated last week that U.S. road deaths barely declined in 2017 and remained above...Read More >>

Organized labor has outlived its usefulness

February 18th, 2018

As a union man for more than 30 years, let me say this about the career Democratic politicians you have in office today: They are not your grandfather’s or your daddy’s Democrats, who used to look after the working man. These people are looking after no one other than themselves and the people who can work but won’t. They want to take from you and give and give to themselves ...Read More >>

Donald Trump’s military parade proposal is a wonderful idea

February 18th, 2018

I found it quite amusing when I read Jerry Gordon’s recent letter about how having a military parade will make us resemble Nazi Germany. I am curious if Mr. Gordon has been watching all of the anti-Trump protests over the past year and noticed how they use the old tactics of violence and intimidation that were used also by the Nazi Brown Shirts. Or how they use the old “if you repe...Read More >>

Accountability and Nevada’s housing assistance fund

February 18th, 2018

I saw the Feb. 11 from Verise Campbell, the CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corp., defending the program. Of course she is. You would, too, if you were getting a nice six-figure salary. As with her program and all “government” programs, actual results really don’t matter. The goal is to employ Democrat political supporters who can’t make a living in the ...Read More >>

COMMENTARY: Will the Olympics eventually go bust?

February 18th, 2018

Whatever the virtues of the Olympics, economics is not one of them. As we enjoy this year’s winter games in South Korea, we ought to ponder the possibility that the Olympics will one day price themselves out of existence. It will cost so much to host the Olympics extravaganza that no one will want to do it. Although that may seem far-fetched, the number of cities vying for future Olympic...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Attack distracted driving to reduce increase in U.S. highway deaths

February 18th, 2018

Nevada saw a 7 percent drop in traffic fatalities in 2017, according to the state Department of Public Safety. That’s the first decline in six years, although it came as pedestrian deaths jumped 25 percent in the state. The news was more somber, however, at the national level. The National Safety Council estimated last week that U.S. road deaths barely declined in 2017 and remained above...Read More >>

Organized labor has outlived its usefulness

February 18th, 2018

As a union man for more than 30 years, let me say this about the career Democratic politicians you have in office today: They are not your grandfather’s or your daddy’s Democrats, who used to look after the working man. These people are looking after no one other than themselves and the people who can work but won’t. They want to take from you and give and give to themselves ...Read More >>

Donald Trump’s military parade proposal is a wonderful idea

February 18th, 2018

I found it quite amusing when I read Jerry Gordon’s recent letter about how having a military parade will make us resemble Nazi Germany. I am curious if Mr. Gordon has been watching all of the anti-Trump protests over the past year and noticed how they use the old tactics of violence and intimidation that were used also by the Nazi Brown Shirts. Or how they use the old “if you repe...Read More >>

Accountability and Nevada’s housing assistance fund

February 18th, 2018

I saw the Feb. 11 from Verise Campbell, the CEO of the Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corp., defending the program. Of course she is. You would, too, if you were getting a nice six-figure salary. As with her program and all “government” programs, actual results really don’t matter. The goal is to employ Democrat political supporters who can’t make a living in the ...Read More >>

COMMENTARY: Will the Olympics eventually go bust?

February 18th, 2018

Whatever the virtues of the Olympics, economics is not one of them. As we enjoy this year’s winter games in South Korea, we ought to ponder the possibility that the Olympics will one day price themselves out of existence. It will cost so much to host the Olympics extravaganza that no one will want to do it. Although that may seem far-fetched, the number of cities vying for future Olympic...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: Attack distracted driving to reduce increase in U.S. highway deaths

February 18th, 2018

Nevada saw a 7 percent drop in traffic fatalities in 2017, according to the state Department of Public Safety. That’s the first decline in six years, although it came as pedestrian deaths jumped 25 percent in the state. The news was more somber, however, at the national level. The National Safety Council estimated last week that U.S. road deaths barely declined in 2017 and remained above...Read More >>