Lower growth harms those of all incomes
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Bernie Sanders says he prides himself on never having run a negative TV ad, and of campaigning on the issues instead of disparaging his opponent.
The regulatory state has gone beyond the point of absurd when the government can’t even meet its own mandates, and faces less stringent penalties than the private sector for failing to do so.
Thursday letters to the edito
I’m concerned about the safety of the people who drive our roads and pay the taxes. On Interstate 215 construction is ongoing but there are no dividers for the traffic going both ways. This, despite the fact that a head-on collision, killing one, occurred. They did put dividers between the crew and the traffic, which also makes sense. But you, the people have to realize that there is only a yellow line between you and the oncoming traffic.
It’s tres chic these days to lament Washington partisanship along with the ensuing gridlock and congressional inertia. But such hand-wringing ignores the nation’s robust bureaucratic apparatus and the energetic regulatory state it administers.
Justice was served Monday in the case of disgraced former Family Court Judge Steven Jones and his generous public pension.
There are lawyers, then there are lawyers, and then there’s Joe Brown.
Tuesday’s letters to the editor
Watching out for vulnerable seniors
Nevada’s lax laws of incorporation have long rolled out the welcome mat not only for legitimate businesses, but also for cockroach companies and sleazy straw men seeking to conceal their assets and identities.
Monday letters to the editor.
Even Chelsea Clinton admits the shortcomings of the Affordable Care Act.
Powerful urban centers’ decisions on minimum wage could hammer rural counterparts.
Attorney Jesse Sbaih — who’s campaigning for the Democratic nomination in the 3rd Congressional District — made some headlines last week when he accused Sen. Harry Reid of discouraging him from running.
I would like to personally thank Charlie Rose, the wonky, late-night talk show host, for saying these words on broadcast TV earlier thismonth: “13 million Hispanics are expected to vote in the 2016 presidential election, but as we saw in Tuesday’s primaries, they won’t allsay the same thing. Lumping Latinos into one monolithic voting bloc is one of the many myths perpetuated about them.”
Sen. Harry Reid should support Sen. Chuck Grassley’s inspector general bill.
After 2½ months and a myriad of names, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas men’s basketball program finally has a new coach. Dave Rice was fired Jan. 10, in the middle of his fifth season, and last week, the school announced the hiring of Chris Beard.
After dozens of contests featuring cliffhangers, buzzer- beaters and a ton of flagrant fouls, we’re down to the Final Four: Sanders, Clinton, Cruz and Trump. (If Kasich pulls a miracle, he’ll get his own column.) The world wants to know: What are their foreign policies?
Sunday letters to the editor.
Saturday letters to the editor.
The Justice Department’s reversal on asset forfeiture policy is a serious breach of individual rights.
Friday letters to the editor.