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Archive for September 16, 2006

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FLASHPOINT for Sep 16, 2006
Political IQ question: Which race has featured the most public to and fro in the general election season and will keep up that pace until November? If you guessed Dina Titus and Jim Gibbons in ...
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Letter: Don't believe everything Democrats tell you
The nation's economy is strong. Unemployment is down, productivity is up, and there is no inflation. Property values are leveling off and interest rates are really good.
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PISTOL aimed at growth
The half-finished $1.6 billion Las Vegas Beltway, Clark Countys biggest public works project, would be lucky to be that far along if the ballot measure had been law at the projects inception. And the 10-figure ...
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Editorial: Teaching to a standard
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, founded in 1920 and based in Reston, Va., produced the study, which found that the nation's schools are inconsistent when it comes to deciding the grade levels in ...
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Editorial: A burning issue
The nation's focus on the five-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks could be one reason. The contentious political battles revolving around November's elections could be another. But a third, more likely, scenario also ...
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Letter: Burglars deserve the punishment they get
The Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law defines burglary as "the act of entering or remaining unlawfully (as after closing to the public) in a building with intent to commit a crime (as a felony)." The cited ...
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Letter: People have the right to vote on initiative
Now I see that thousands of voters have legally petitioned that they be able to vote on an item in November. And our Supreme Court in Carson City has said that, in its powerful opinion, ...
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Libertarian lawyer has more issues up his sleeve
Outside are palm trees. Its all quite suburban and orderly and pleasant. Not one gravel pit in sight. Or an old trailer home or junkyard or strip club. Cant build them here, zoning wont allow ...
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Editorial: A polluted culture
"Simply stated, short of a crime, anything goes at the highest levels of the Department of the Interior," Inspector General Earl E. Devaney on Wednesday told the House Government Reform Subcommittee on Energy.
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Rep. Jon Porter: As parents, we need to know that our schools are not hiring teachers that are sexual predators.
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