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    Justin McAffee

    Justin McAffee is the publisher of the Nevada Ledger. Justin and his wife Aimee own a digital media consulting firm, Most Digital, in Las Vegas, Nevada. They specialize in website design and SEO, graphic design, content creation and photography.

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  • Who are the Snowflakes in Politics?

    Who are the Snowflakes in Politics?0

    Being too politically correct has earned the left the title “snowflake” by supporters of Donald Trump. Their premise is that liberals are too sensitive because everything offends them. However, a recent Yale study suggests conservatives often basing their primary political views in fear. This has been confirmed in numerous studies, one even finding that conservatives have

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  • Should People Sue MGM After Mass Shooting?

    Should People Sue MGM After Mass Shooting?0

    Jeff German has an excellent article in the Review Journal about a recent Nevada Supreme Court case that may affect lawsuits against MGM Resorts International after the mass shooting in Las Vegas that occurred at their Mandalay Bay property and concert venue on October 1st. Worth a read. No doubt the legal issues regarding liability in

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  • Dean Heller to Confirm Blogger for Federal Judge?

    Dean Heller to Confirm Blogger for Federal Judge?0

    A Republican controlled senate committee just voted to approve Trump nominee (awardee) Brett J. Talley for a life-time appointment as a federal judge.  He has zero trial experience, is 36 and is a pro-Trump blogger.  A judicial rating committee in the American Bar Association reportedly unanimously declared Talley “not qualified” ahead of his confirmation. Considering Dean Heller knows

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  • Tick Segerblom to Run For Clark County Commission E

    Tick Segerblom to Run For Clark County Commission E0

    Good news for the residents of Clark County Commission District E today! They may be losing a great commissioner with Chris Giunchigliani running for governor, but now they have Senator Tick Segerblom running to replace her on the commission. “I’m running to improve quality of life for Southern Nevadans,” said Segerblom. “Clark County has enjoyed

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