I write to congratulate Gov. Brian Sandoval on his decisive action to prevent Syrian refugees from settling in Nevada. However, I call on him to extend this ban to all white people as well.
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Here's a simple question: Has a speculator made your life any worse during the reign of President Barack Obama? Can you name one area where your life has been affected by these supposed financial terrorists? For almost all of us, the answer is a resounding "no."
Thank you for printing such a positive article in the Viewpoints section ("Turning kids around," Oct. 4 Review-Journal). Sarah Mascioli's piece should be read by every citizen in the Clark County School District.
Letters from Charles Gould, Marlene Adrian and Richard L. Strickland.
Once again, we have witnessed a horrific loss of life and injuries due to the actions of an individual who used multiple firearms.
Letters from David Ela, Anthony Frenza and Marvin Saines.
Letters from Jim Fitch and Al Maddox
Letters from Robert Latchford, Dave Hawley, Jerry Gordon, Phyllis Collins and Steve Stonestreet.
Letters from Virginia Starrett, David Baker and Ed Dornlas
Regarding Dean Parker's letter on Education Savings Accounts ("ESAs provide choice," Sept. 12 Review-Journal), comparing private schools with public schools is ridiculous.
ESA lawsuit solution
Teachers union numbers
Letters from John Hiatt, Micki Jordan, and Margaret Davey
Letters from Jack Corrick, Virgil L. Swartwood, and Joseph Merlino
Letters from Jerry Price, Larry Badgley, Carol Przybycien and Judith Lachance.
Rooftop solar and seniors
Regarding Bill Golas' letter on gas prices ("Highway robbery," Sept. 16 Review-Journal), the national average of $2.49 per gallon is a weighted figure, somewhere between the lowest and the highest price. It is not intended to be the figure at which everybody must sell their gas. Included in the $3.15 that he just paid here is Clark County's new, higher fuel tax. Other parts of Nevada have lower rates. Some states have still lower taxes.