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  • What to Do with Empty School Buildings

    “Six new public schools are supposed to open in the fall,” reports the Las Vegas Review-Journal today, “but Clark County School...

    Chuck MuthApril 15, 2009
  • Setting the Stage for a Royal Screwing

    Legislators in Carson City are clandestinely preparing to nail Nevada citizens with a huge tax hike right smack dab in the...

    Chuck MuthApril 15, 2009
  • Let’s Have the Same Standard for All

    Proponents of making mandatory seat belt use a primary offense, along with opponents of repealing Nevada’s mandatory helmet law for motorcyclists,...

    Chuck MuthApril 15, 2009
  • This is a Priority?

    Taxes, spending, education, health care. Pretty important issues. And yet the Assembly yesterday took time out to pass a bill (AB...

    Chuck MuthApril 15, 2009
  • Annual Trouble-Making

    Let’s face it, as the state goes to hell in a hand-basket economically this year, legislators have wasted almost the entire...

    Chuck MuthApril 15, 2009
  • The End Run

    Blocked by the people and the Constitution from meeting more than 120 days every other year, the Legislature is trying to...

    Chuck MuthApril 15, 2009
  • Oh, the Humanities!

    Faced with the fact that elected officials over the years have built up a government it can no longer afford, public...

    Chuck MuthApril 14, 2009
  • Target-Rich Environment for Perverts

    Another Clark County public school employee has been arrested on sex-related charges involving a minor child.

    Chuck MuthApril 14, 2009
  • Study This!

    Apparently the economy isn’t so bad that Senate Minority Leader Bill Raggio doesn’t think coughing up an additional $300,000 for a...

    Chuck MuthApril 14, 2009
  • Stupidity Virus Running Rampant in Carson

    The things Nevada’s legislators think are important while the state’s economy crumbles around them never ceases to amaze me.

    Chuck MuthApril 14, 2009
  • As the UMC Turns

    According to a Las Vegas Sun editorial today, a consequence of the decision to close the outpatient clinic for chemo-therapy at...

    Chuck MuthApril 14, 2009
  • Don’t $#&% With the SEALs

    Pirates, ye be warned. Here’s a quick New York Times synopsis of how the hostage situation off the coast of Somalia...

    Chuck MuthApril 14, 2009
  • Good Night, Sleep Tight

    Proving once again that there is nothing, no matter how ridiculous, some elected officials won’t try to legislate, a Las Vegas...

    Chuck MuthApril 12, 2009
  • Roll Out the Hammock

    Thanks to conservative efforts at welfare reform during the Clinton administration, welfare recipients in Nevada may collect taxpayer-funded benefits for up...

    Chuck MuthApril 12, 2009
  • Leave Non-Voters the Hell Alone

    Municipal elections were held in five southern Nevada cities this week, and very few voters bothered to show up at the...

    Chuck MuthApril 12, 2009
  • Have Some TEA with Citizen Outreach

    Citizen Outreach Joins Las Vegas Tax Day TEA Party/Rally/Picnic to Be Held at Sunset Park

    Chuck MuthApril 12, 2009
  • Stimulating a Deeper Hole

    Now here’s the sort of talk we like to hear from a Republican governor…

    Chuck MuthApril 10, 2009


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