Sunday, April 29, 2007

Their Words give them away. In today's EDITORIAL: The AARP and 'empty talk' The RJ uses the word - "tiny" to define how BuSh wanted to END Social Security. President Bush made Social Security reform a cornerstone of his first term, realizing that the program in its current form is simply unsustainable over the long term. He suggested that younger workers be allowed to invest a tiny portion of their Social Security contributions in their own personal accounts. Hillary's Health Care Plan is WHAT WE ALL NEED. VOTE HILLARY. Send me an Email =

Friday, April 27, 2007

The RJ has some of the DUMBEST WRITERS. BENJAMIN SPILLMAN - article today about the British Grocery stores - "A grocery chain peddling healthy food and fresh veggies"

I thought ALL grocery stores sold - healthy food and fresh veggies. Don't they?

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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

LV #1 in Stolen Cars. Maybe it wouldn't be but the RJ put an - IT IS OK TO STEAL CARS IN LV on their front page a couple of years ago. Send me an Email =

Friday, April 20, 2007

BuSh does NOT support our troops. HE is the one getting them killed. Being AGAINST the War is being AGAINST BuSh. Send me an Email =

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Today, the RJ had an article about - A bill mandating that insurance companies cover a cervical cancer vaccine That was SO Convoluted it was impossible to understand. Does that mean the RJ is against Cervical Cancer Vaccine for ALL? Probably. The drama began when the Senate took up reconsideration of Senate Bill 409, a measure sought by Senate Minority Leader Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, to require the coverage for the vaccine. Nine of 11 Republicans voted against the bill on Friday after Sen. Barbara Cegavske, R-Las Vegas, spoke in opposition to the insurance company mandate. On Monday, on a strictly party line 11-10 vote, Republicans recalled the measure and sent it to the secretary's desk, a sort of parliamentary purgatory where it can remain indefinitely. Amodei and Sen. Randolph Townsend, R-Reno, the two GOP votes for the bill on Friday, joined with their Republican colleagues to move the bill to the desk, where it will die if not voted on by an April 24 deadline. Raggio said he voted against Titus' bill because adding mandates causes the cost of insurance to rise. Titus' bill would require health insurance companies, including Nevada Check-Up and Medicaid, to make the vaccine, called Gardasil, available to females ages 9 to 26. Titus said the bill does not mandate that all eligible for the vaccine get it but makes it more affordable and accessible. Funding for the vaccine is included in the budgets for Medicaid and Nevada Check-up, health plans for the working poor and the uninsured. Send me an Email =

Monday, April 16, 2007

How about an editorial calling for the resignation of Wolfowitz? Send me an Email =

Thursday, April 05, 2007

Any time you get BuSh, Thomas Sowell, and the RJ Editorial Staff AGAINST something you KNOW it is a GOOD IDEA. Pelosi goes to Syria. Send me an Email =

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

The RJ brings you ALL THE IMPORTANT NEWS. Today's Lead story = MESSY SITUATION: Cleanup under way When neighbors complained last week about Roger Anderson turning his front yard into a garbage dump, he told them what they saw as junk was actually worth a lot of money. Send me an Email =