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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: Heaven forbid anyone should enjoy the view of the Strip

Clark County commissioners claim “safety” as the reason for their proposed ban on people stopping on bridges overlooking the Strip. But a more accurate assessment would be greed.

LETTER: Nevada, water and government subsidies

Subsidies are like tax deductions. Somebody else has to make up for the money lost due to a tax deduction. It’s time to halt subsidies of all kinds.

LETTER: School Board member goes after parents group

Linda Cavazos of the Clark County School Board attacked Moms for Liberty because they don’t want their children to be exposed to porn?

LETTER: Nothing but bad news in Las Vegas

Wouldn’t it be great to have one or even two consecutive issues of the Review-Journal that did not have any reports of murders or assaults in Clark County?

LETTER: It’s not Joe’s age

The reason his popularity is dwindling is his inability to do what the people perceive as his job.