Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Impact of Declining Oil Prices

Keep your eye on the price of oil over the coming weeks. Right now, the U.S. produces more oil than both Saudi Arabia or Russia and this has resulted in the creation of millions of jobs. Unfortunately, the shale oil boom … Continue reading

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2014: The Year in Review

The first day of the New Year saw the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act go into effect. However on June 30, the Supreme Court ruled that some companies can refuse insurance coverage for contraceptives due to religious objections. … Continue reading

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Nevada’s 2014 in Review

The New Year began with word that 75 percent of applicants had failed the Department of Motor Vehicles written test needed for the new driver authorization card. Passed by the 2013 Legislature and signed by Governor Brian Sandoval the law … Continue reading

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Rewarding Bad Behavior with Good Positions

Isaiah 5:20 warns, “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” This is exactly what progressives in the U.S. Senate … Continue reading

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Life Lesson #12

Stop thinking you’re not ready. Nobody ever feels 100-percent prepared when an opportunity arises. Most great occasions in life force us to grow beyond our comfort zones.

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Piñata

They’d jus’ landed at base after a 48-hour medical support mission. But it didn’t matter as the call, “Nine-line, nine-line, nine-line,” came across the squawk-box. In less than four-minutes the helicopter and crew were airborne again. As they reached the hot zone, they learned … Continue reading

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It’s Still Censorship — No Matter Who Does It

It’s puzzling how people who have no real life-skills and even less than stellar dubious achievements are able to get ahead in this world. Take for instance the ‘Reverend’ Al Sharpton. He sat down with Sony Pictures head Amy Pascal … Continue reading

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