Regarding Ed Graney's article on the NFL honoring the high school of every player or head coach who was on an active roster in one of the previous 49 Super Bowls, when will Mr. Graney and the rest of the country move on from this "Deflategate" nonsense?
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I found it surprising that in endorsing Sen. Marco Rubio for Nevada's Republican presidential caucus, the Review-Journal editorial board chose charisma over competence ("For the Republican caucus," Sunday RJ).
Letters from Mary Aquino, Ken Gutstein and Carl Martin.
Letters from Scott Hippert, David Adams, Vicki Bennett and Dave Dobbins.
A domed stadium sure sounds nice, doesn't it? Of course it does, but on whose dime?
Having moved to Nevada years ago, I've noticed articles on a regular basis about judges in trouble or even violating the law themselves.
Las Vegas is a center of capitalism, and it does not need a publicly funded stadium
While we may disagree politically and philosophically, I have always known Clark County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani to be a person of integrity who cares about her community.
I retired to Las Vegas 12 years ago and love it here. I came because I loved the Strip and all it has to offer in entertainment, food and ever-changing beautiful casinos.
Letters from Michael O. Kreps, Alan Syslo, and Andy Hawkins.
MIT professor Richard Schmalensee's commentary about utility-scale solar misses the point ("It's time to supersize," Jan. 17 Review-Journal). Everyone knows that initially, technology costs more. It is entrepreneurs and pioneers who reach out and ultimately push that technology forward, making it economically feasible.
What a delight to see veteran reporter John M. Glionna suddenly have an article in the Review-Journal after taking a trip to Goldfield.
Once again, we the people, locals and tourists alike, are being gouged.
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Letters from Tom Koski, Dave Mesker and Richard L. Strickland.
Las Vegas Mayor Pro Tem Steve Ross has proposed a city government program to finance residential solar panel installation over a period of 20 years ("Ross floats plan for solar panel financing," Wednesday Review-Journal).
Letters from Pat Sharp, Albin Raety, Norman Nero and Elizabeth Cammiso.
The Public Utilities Commission has taken a lot of unwarranted heat lately in relation to the recently approved net metering rate schedules that apply to rooftop solar owners.
To all of the customers who purchased expensive rooftop solar systems under the false narrative of net metering, you are misdirecting your anger toward NV Energy, the Public Utilities Commission and Gov. Brian Sandoval.
It is an understatement to say the Public Utilities Commission made a controversial decision when it chose to raise connection fees and lower reimbursement rates for power generated by rooftop solar owners ("PUC OKs new solar rates," Dec. 23 Review-Journal).
In the constant back-and forth-over the recent Public Utilities Commission ruling, one of the arguments in favor of the net metering decision is that solar technology isn't reliable 100 percent of the time, the way traditional energy is.
Mehul R. Mehta, plant manager of the GE Engine Service facility in North Las Vegas, believes the U.S. Export-Import Bank is vital to GE and other companies and that without it, they would not be able to compete with foreign companies. He points out that 60 other countries have similar taxpayer-subsidized banks ("Nevada's congressional delegation must support Ex-Im Bank," July 30 Review-Journal).
Suddenly, the big topic for discussion concerns Las Vegas hotels planning to charge for parking, after many years of providing free parking.
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