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June 3, 2015

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Net metering explained (finally)
May 13, 2015
NV Energy misinforms through its publicity campaign. Residents need to understand the truth about net metering. Think of your bank. You deposit money into a …
Information may have changed bets
May 13, 2015
After his fight with Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao admitted he had a shoulder injury and had known about it since training camp. His team thought he would be allowed …
No outrage over white man’s death
May 12, 2015
"Hands Up! Don’t Shoot!” is alive and well, at least in Philadelphia, but this time it was for real when on March 12 three black teens with nothing else to do decided to rob a random …
State lacks funds to manage all lands
May 12, 2015
Recent debate in our state Legislature highlights the problems Nevada would face with proposed changes in federal land management. That is why I am so concerned about …
Do we have a right to information?
May 12, 2015
As an American citizen, I hold the right to cast votes for elected officials. Does that also give me …
Strip development put in perspective
May 12, 2015
Thank you for posting Hank Greenspun’s original column about the opening of the Riviera in 1955 (“As in 1955, the old gives way to the new,” lasvegassun.com, May 3). Wow, what …
Police misdeeds may finally bring changes
May 11, 2015
The black protesters in Baltimore have been called thugs by many people in a blanket statement. To be sure, there were thugs among the looters, who weren’t there to protest in the first place. But the blanket indictment of the black protesters is symbolic of the problems.
How was someone on Flora after 1952?
May 11, 2015
During the middle ’60s I worked for Bendix Radio RSD, updating the site manuals for all the Pacific Missile Range’s downrange missile tracking sites/ships that Bendix operated. While doing so, I had worked on Eniwetok documenting our MOTU, MILS, AWILS and radar sites.
Harmful drug war smacks of hypocrisy
May 10, 2015
People in the U.S. ought to have the right to chose health or not.
Society doesn’t owe rioters anything
May 10, 2015
I get tired of hearing people make excuses for the people who riot, burn their own neighborhoods, loot and say it’s owed to them.
Few in U.S. benefit from trade pacts
May 10, 2015
Is there anyone who really believes the trade agreements previously enacted by our federal government have helped the U.S. middle-class workers? Especially the “blue-collar” ones?
Pilot a hero for us, not big business
May 9, 2015
Doug Hughes is not a terrorist any more than Mahatma Gandhi or Rosa Parks. On his “bicycle with wings” he floated along under the radar and landed safely on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol to deliver his message, but his mission is not accomplished. Yet.
Boxers shouldn’t accept big payouts
May 9, 2015
I am angry that two world-famous boxers are receiving such an obscene amount of money for barely breaking a sweat.
How is stance on solar projects fair?
May 7, 2015
Why is it that when the energy monopolies want to …
Solar investment return is pitiful
May 7, 2015
I have invested a significant dollar amount in a solar power system, and the 3 percent cap that NV Energy insists upon paying those of us with solar is egregious and unconscionable. A system costs in excess of $30,000, and I considered the system to be …

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