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LETTER: Las Vegas tree planting at a bargain price

I read recently in the Review-Journal that the federal government is shelling out $5 million for UNLV to plant approximately 3,000 trees in the Las Vegas area. It’s amazing that the cost is so reasonable at only $1,667 per tree. This is a commendable undertaking but exorbitantly expensive. And, by the way, those dollars belong to the taxpayer, not the federal government. Please give me a breakdown of where all the money is going.

Sadly, in my mind, it’s another Bidenomics boondoggle.

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LETTER: Biden leans on Israel again

On the one hand Biden touts U.S. support for our ally Israel, while on the other he criticizes Israel to pander for votes from the far left and Arab Americans.

LETTER: Democrats have mixed-up priorities

Rep. Titus should quit blaming Republicans for the complete chaos she and her party have created. I hope the House holds firm. No money unless there is true change at the border.

LETTER: Putin and Trump two peas in a pod

Vladimir Putin has complete immunity for all actions taken while president. Oddly, today in the United States of America, we, too, have a president claiming complete immunity.

LETTER: Guns over butter

If you received a bill tomorrow from Uncle Sam demanding a check for $330 for every person in your household to fund these wars, how would you react?

LETTER: The ‘reality’ of the border

In his Monday letter “Reality TV,” Tim Cox seems to overlook a crucial element — a genuine sense of reality.

LETTER: The Cold Civil War

We have people with power and influence threatening us with deprogramming and F-16s. Let’s get real.

LETTER: Time to wise up on the national debt

In 2024, the Congressional Budget Office estimates interest payments on the debt will be around $870 billion. Just think what good things could be done for us Americans with just half of those dollars.