I just read John Stossel’s op-ed piece (“Price gouging needed after Hurricane Florence,” Wednesday Review-Journal), and he is so correct. If, after a natural disaster, the poor, or others, do not have bread or water and cannot afford it because of price gouging, they should simply eat cake and drink champagne.
Seek out varied media sources — and even try reading!
Finally, someone who will actually try to save a little money by cutting unnecessary expenditures.
Perhaps if Donald Trump himself didn’t refer to his opponents with juvenile nicknames, the media, academia, Hollywood and everyday Americans wouldn’t call him names either.
It will protect us from infectuous diseases.
After reading many stories about the Clark County School District eliminating deans in order to close a budget hole, I offer a few facts and a suggestion.
Ron Moers’ concerns regarding HOV lanes represent typical outdated views.
I just learned ICE has special facilities for transgender illegal aliens. We the taxpayers pick up the costs.
I read how numerous principals conducted a vote of “no confidence” for Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara because he took away their deans
Regarding the June 12, letter “Big Orange”: I respect the writer’s right to dislike President Donald Trump and to have issues with his comments.
What would you do if someone was stealing a lot from you for a long time and it would cause short term pain to stop them?