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Archive for June 9, 2007

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What: Nashville Kats at Las Vegas Gladiators
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Soccer league breaks ranks on gambling
Unlike most of the other major sports leagues, Major League Soccer has no issue with having a franchise in the gaming capital of the world.
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FLASHPOINT for Jun 09, 2007
Anyone who doesn't think Jim Gibbons has a sense of humor needs to read a missive he sent out Friday. It reads, in part: " I made it very clear that I would not accept ...
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Editorial: Car of the future
Given GM's recent history, however, we cautioned that making a bold commitment at the Los Angeles Auto Show was one thing, and sticking with the commitment would be quite another.
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Editorial: Of cow poop and Prada
On the 2002 awards show, Cher used an expletive to describe what she thought her critics should do. Pseudo-celebrity Nicole Ritchie used a few expletives in the 2003 show to describe how hard it is ...
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Letter: 'Liberal' not the bad word it's made out to be
On the contrary, Mr. Lanzrath.
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Letter: President's parents should be ashamed
They don't have to worry about crime, as they have their own security and live in secure areas. They have homes wherever they go, and their own jets that fly out of private terminals. They ...
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Letter: Government had no reason to out agent
Let's keep our eyes on the prize here. Valerie Plame Wilson was employed by the CIA doing work that was classified because of its importance to national security. There is but one salient question, then: ...
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Editorial: New outlook on energy
As the proposals moved through Congress, Democrats fought for greater conservation measures, delaying an energy bill for years. In 2003 Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Nev., was among 157 House Democrats who voted against that year's Republican ...
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Draw a line in the sand, Biden urges Culinary
In the same pointed language he has used to criticize President Bush on Iraq, Sen. Joe Biden fired a shot at the administration Friday for "waging a war on labor's house."
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Reid risks 'do-nothing' label over immigration
WASHINGTON - As the immigration debate neared a breaking point one night in the middle of last week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid placed an 11 p.m. phone call to one of President Bush's top ...
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A year of firsts - principal and students become 'family'
On the first day of the academic year at Burk Alternative High School, the new campus boss, Ron Lustig, was fumbling at the door, searching for the correct key on a heavy ring loaded with ...
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Graduation plans overthown
The graduating senior from Rancho High School sent out a news release announcing his plans for civil disobedience.
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