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Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>

Barack Obama and North Korean hostages

May 25th, 2018

In his May 21 letter, “Obama feats,” John Schryver instructs us that 10 Americans were released by North Korea during Barack Obama’s eight years in office. Mr. Schryver then rails against right-wing, Fox News watchers, stating they “will routinely repeat falsehoods or just plan lie about the history of the Obama administration. Such information is not hard to find.̶...Read More >>

New tech era in Las Vegas could lead to job losses

May 25th, 2018

In reference to the Tuesday article “Las Vegas ready for ‘new era of tech,’ experts say”: While many may agree that the prohibition on regulations relating to “blockchain” technology may be encouraging to investors and innovators in the industry, such prohibitions may leave Nevadans vulnerable to fraud and abuse. The writer avoided mentioning the social impl...Read More >>

The NHL could teach NFL a thing or two about anthem protests

May 25th, 2018

So NFL owners are still grappling with the issue of player protests during the national anthem. I suggest they attend an NHL event like those at T-Mobile. It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States (and Canada, if one of the teams hails from that country). This is even more exciting when you consider that many of the players are fro...Read More >>

EDITORIAL: U.S. Supreme Court gets it right on workplace arbitration

May 25th, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 this week that companies can require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration as an alternative to collective or class action lawsuits. The decision was the proper reading of federal law, and it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench. The workers who brought the case — Epic System...Read More >>