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March 23, 2017

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Letters to the Editor

A matter of priorities
March 20, 2017
No doubt, this will be a very long four years. ...
Nevadans need tax cap
March 20, 2017
Windfall? Save or invest? Is he serious? At best, the cap gave people an outside chance to hold on to their homes. ...
This is not child’s play
March 20, 2017
The Commander-in-Tweet held a news conference last month in which he called the news media “very unfair” for reporting the truth, and for exposing his many and frequent lies to the public. ...
Tax talk aggravating
March 20, 2017
Our state and local governments hire economic analyst Jeremy Aguero to plead their case as to why the property tax cap law needs to be done away with because they are having a hard time making ends meet. ...
Trump is trampling the Constitution
March 19, 2017
Here we go again. Do you remember how Richard Nixon was run out of office when he tried to shut down the CIA investigation of Watergate? ...
Stop abusing animals to entertain people
March 19, 2017
After watching a recent “60 Minutes” story, it should be crystal clear about the abuse animals suffer to entertain people. ...
Heller serving GOP instead of Nevadans
March 19, 2017
Hello, Sen. Dean Heller: Are you serving Nevada or the Republican Party?...
EPA funding cut unacceptable
March 17, 2017
Many professionals who have put their life’s work into the EPA would lose their position, and in the process their income. This move is a tremendous contradiction of Trump’s promise of giving citizens jobs amid our supposed large unemployment rate ...
Here’s food for thought
March 17, 2017
If Trump succeeds in removing Hispanic immigrants from the San Joaquin Valley in California, one can expect produce prices to go through the roof — that is, if any workers are still available. ...
College or prison?
March 17, 2017
Meanwhile, the U.S. houses 2.3 million inmates in American prisons at a cost of $31,977 per year for each inmate. ...
Attacks on media alarming
March 15, 2017
The news they report sometimes does not sit well with the stories’ subjects, but it is necessary coverage. Without honest and credible coverage of exposed scandals and unpopular events, we would be no better off than Russia, North Korea or Nazi Germany. ...
Film offers perspective
March 15, 2017
We rightfully complain that we still have a ways to go in the area of race relations, but watching this movie shows us the light years we have traveled since the 1960s. ...
Lawmakers: Hands off
March 15, 2017
I find the efforts to defund Planned Parenthood disgusting and misinformed. Defunding Planned Parenthood would hurt the 18,000 Nevadans like me who rely on the organization. ...
Trump’s promise of ‘America First’ is ringing hollow
March 13, 2017
We need to understand why those in Trump’s orbit who engaged with Moscow stick with lies and misdirection until the moment their falsehoods are publicly revealed. The truth has to be dragged out of them by the media, working in concert with those in government (aka “leakers”) who refuse to sit by while the system they serve is endangered. ...
Trump administration pushes ‘whataboutism’ to its limits
March 13, 2017
What’s that, you may ask? It’s a Cold War-era term for a form of logical jiujitsu that helps you to win arguments by gently changing the subject. ...

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