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Why Nevada Needs Taxes Low

It’s no secret that after this years legislative session in Carson City, fees and taxes increased. Some of those increases were a direct result of a state budget shortfall that threatened to all but dismantle crucial public services. While issues regarding some of the taxes and fee increases continue to be debated, one fact remains–Nevada needs to keep taxes low. › Continue reading

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Tuesday, October 27th, 2009 Nevada No Comments

Common Sense Republicans

Often in the political process, you come across people who are very far left, or very far right. Politico’s call them liberals and conservatives–some crazy bloggers and media hacks call them socialists or neo-cons. These are buzz words used in politics, and most often they are used to garner attention. › Continue reading

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Friday, October 16th, 2009 Politics No Comments

What The Heck?

Alright, so the news is out that former State Senator Joe Heck has decided to switch gears and NOT run for Governor of Nevada. Instead, he’s chosen to launch a campaign for Congress, after GOP hopeful John Guedry dropped out of the race last week. After spending several months trying to run a credible campaign for Nevada Governor, it didn’t appear that Heck was gaining any traction in the crowded field. What makes Heck think anything will be different in his quest to unseat Congresswoman Dina Titus? › Continue reading

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Tuesday, October 6th, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on What The Heck?

Tarkanian Answers Pointed Questions For Senate Bid

U.S. Senate Candidate Danny Tarkanian
U.S. Senate Candidate Danny Tarkanian

I had the pleasure of sitting down to lunch with U.S. Senate Candidate Danny Tarkanian this past week. While Danny and I have been friends for many years, as a writer now I often have to sit down with friends and ask them tough questions. On this day, I wanted to know just a few specific things regarding his bid for the U.S. Senate. › Continue reading

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Thursday, September 17th, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on Tarkanian Answers Pointed Questions For Senate Bid

A Personal Story In Support Of The March Of Dimes, by Maggie Aranowski

March_Of_Dimes_LogoThe March of Dimes Signature Chefs Event of Las Vegas is coming soon! On October 3, 2009 you can have the chance to experience the cuisine of 30 top Las Vegas Chefs, bid on amazing auction items, sip luxurious cocktails but most of all help Nevada’s Babies. I am so passionate about this event and this is why: › Continue reading

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Monday, September 14th, 2009 Human Interest Comments Off on A Personal Story In Support Of The March Of Dimes, by Maggie Aranowski

Water Fight Of The Century, Part 2

I’m going to go ahead and continue with my interview with Hank Vogler, since what he has to say is so very interesting.

I asked Mr. Vogler, “do you believe this project will have a negative impact on our environment, and if so, how?” › Continue reading

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Monday, August 31st, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on Water Fight Of The Century, Part 2

Water Fight Of The Century, Part 1

This isn’t just another story about folks fighting for some water rights and trying to hold onto the deserts most precious resource–WATER! What is really going on behind the scenes in Nevada, is what I believe is the BIGGEST political fight ever fought on these lands! › Continue reading

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Friday, August 28th, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on Water Fight Of The Century, Part 1

Guns, Guns, and More Guns–LV Shooting Park Dedicated

Clark County dedicated its new Shooting Park today a long needed addition to the Las Vegas community! There was no shortage of dignitaries at the event today, including but not limited to U.S. Senator Harry Reid, U.S. Senator John Ensign, Governor Jim Gibbons, Congresswoman Shelley Berkley, and County Commissioners Tom Collins, Susan Brager, and Rory Reid. › Continue reading

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Tuesday, August 25th, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on Guns, Guns, and More Guns–LV Shooting Park Dedicated

Reid’s Energy Summit Kick’s Off Campaign 2010

How can I resist commenting on Senator Harry Reid’s Energy Summit today at UNLV. In fact, the truth about today is that it was the official kick-off for Harry Reid’s 2010 re-election campaign! While it pains me to recognize that this was an amazing display of power–it truly was! › Continue reading

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Monday, August 10th, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on Reid’s Energy Summit Kick’s Off Campaign 2010

Tarkanian Sets his Sights On Harry Reid

Only 1 day after I wrote my column about Congressman Dean Heller jumping into the U.S. Senate race against Harry Reid, well known businessman and former UNLV basketball player Danny Tarkanian announced his candidacy to challenge Reid. › Continue reading

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Saturday, August 8th, 2009 Nevada Comments Off on Tarkanian Sets his Sights On Harry Reid
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