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Finale victory crucial to Tony Sanchez's UNLV plan

Both football teams appear to be in similar situations, playing the final game of a disappointing season, the outcome having little effect on the Mountain West landscape. The situations, though, are not as similar as they appear.



Nation and World


EDITORIAL: Reduced minimum wage for teens would bolster job prospects

Presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle want to lift the lower and middle classes. But to join the middle class, you must have a good job. And an elevated minimum wage prices the unskilled out of the job market, delaying or denying young people an entrance to the workforce.

LETTERS: Malkin's refugee stance seeks only to stoke fear

In the Nov. 22 Viewpoints section of the Review-Journal, someone had the silly idea of letting Michelle Malkin and Kathleen Parker give opposing viewpoints on allowing Syrian refugees into the U.S. It was silly because of Ms. Malkin's consistent practice of simply making stuff up to suit any issue on which she is writing.