Monthly Archives: August 2010

RGJ: Real Estate: Homebuyer credit causes drop in sales

This article at the RGJ suggests that the end of the homebuyer tax credit caused a drop in home sales. The end of the federal homebuyer tax credit left its mark on Washoe County’s housing market in July, as sales … Continue reading

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Reid Pushed Bill to Benefit Teachers Unions

As a follow-up to the previous post I want to direct your attention to the recent vote on the “Jobs Bill”.  I refer you to this post about the Drudge Report. Harry Reid and Dina Titus of Nevada, both supported … Continue reading

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Nevada Public Sector Unions and Salaries

While many of us in the US have cut back on our spending governments and the public sector unions haven’t yet gotten the message.  This LVRJ editorial suggests that they might be soon getting a dose of reality.  And they … Continue reading

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the RGJ Campaigns for Reid

The RGJ seriously wants to get corruptocrat, Harry Reid Re-elected to the US Senate.  They printed a front page spread on his benefits to Nevada, mostly because of the largesse tied to his seniority in the Senate. Although, some tend … Continue reading

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LVRJ Examines the Tax Base

http://www.lvrj.com/opinion/the-tax-base-99299709.html Lefties want new taxes on nearly everything,  –  except for themselves, that is.  This LVRJ editorial examines the consequences of Oregon adding new taxes to businesses.  Their resulting revenue is significantly less than they expected.  However, conservatives had little … Continue reading

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Protect Your Online Privacy

Do you think your privacy is safe while online?  Better think again, unless you take steps to keep your information safe. This Wall Street Journal article describes the myriad methods of tracking all kinds of personal information about you and … Continue reading

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