Letters from Mary Aquino, Ken Gutstein and Carl Martin.
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As an avid reader of the Review-Journal and someone who likes to follow politics both local and national news, I have to say I am decidedly disappointed in the biased coverage I continually see in the newspaper I love.
Under great secrecy, the family of Sheldon Adelson purchased the Review-Journal ("Adelson's son-in-law led purchase," Dec. 17).
It shouldn't surprise any Clark County taxpayer that teachers in the Clark County Education Association voted to approve a new two-year contract that will set starting salaries at $40,000, an increase of 15.5 percent compared with the current starting salary of about $34,600.
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Letters from Robert Ungar and Roger Christensen.
If Rep. Joe Heck has been working so hard with his committee colleagues to bring the full capabilities of our armed forces and intelligence community to finish the fight against ISlL, as he says in his commentary, then why is there so much left to do?
It's no secret that children in our schools are routinely indoctrinated with far-left propaganda, but apparently attempts at subtlety have been abandoned when it comes to the 2016 presidential race.
Fifteen years ago, as manager of community resources for Clark County, I negotiated the Master Developer Agreement between Clark County and the Apex Industrial Park. Subsequently, I completed the land sales for the Apex Industrial Park between the Bureau of Land Management and Clark County, and then between the county and the private sector.
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Letters from Patricia Carrell, David Stevenson, Kitty Smith, and Lee Mallory.
In reading the article about the surge in gun purchases, I wonder if it doesn't just feed the gun-owning-and-using frenzy ("Nevada's rush to arms," Wednesday Review-Journal).
Letter from Jim Blockey, Lou Young, Edward Markhouse, and Jessie Sams.
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It's certainly refreshing that in times where there are issues of critical worldwide importance, the Review-Journal chose the article on UNLV's mascot as the featured front-page headline ("Rebels moniker passes muster," Tuesday R-J). For those of you intrigued by its content, this story from a pillar of journalistic excellence deals with UNLV's Rebels nickname and its mascot — Hey Reb! — being offensive to a portion of the students.