Monthly Archives: March 2012

Real Estate Buyers Avoid Broke Communities

Here's an interesting slant on factors that affect the housing market. Remember that one of the golden rules of of real estate is location, location, location. A fairly new issue affecting the value of the location is the financial stability … Continue reading

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Reno “Experiment” in “Green” Energy Fails

Both Reno and the state of Nevada have jumped on the “green” energy bandwagon with enthusiasm. Our politicians trumpet all of the blessings of the new way of renewals as our way for our future. Dingy Harry Reid went out … Continue reading

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More on ATM Skimmer Scams

I posted previously about credit card skimmers that had been placed on gas pumps and also on ATM machines. The skimmers are used to harvest the credit card information and sometimes use a pinhole camera in conjunction with the skimmer. … Continue reading

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Ticket for Using Cellphone While Driving With NO Phone

In its ongoing zeal to protect us from ourselves the Nevada Legislature enacted a ban on using hand-held cell phones while driving. I’m sure you have observed how effective the law is. In my opinion it’s little more than more … Continue reading

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Democrat Panel Increases Cost of Doing Business

A Nevada legislative panel approved regulations sought by Secretary of State, Ross Miller to limit business license fee exemptions for some home-based businesses. In a party-line, 4-2 vote, the Legislative Subcommittee to Review Regulations approved the measure that Secretary of … Continue reading

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Foreclosed Homeowner Fined for Uncut Grass after Two Years

When government gets desperate it has no concern for who or what harm it may cause along the way.  Now, I'm not suggesting that the Reno government has sunk to this level – yet. But remember, Reno's is still a … Continue reading

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