A Reckoning for the FBI
Release of the FISA Memo reflects a corrupt administration of “justice” by Clintonites. This is a powerful editorial board essay on what the FISA memo represents — a breakdown in our democracy. Release of the FISA Memo reflects a corrupt administration of “justice” by Clintonites. This is a powerful editorial board essay on what the […]
Lesson from Lucky Dragon
An excellent article on why free market enterprise should be celebrated. Small business owners take risks and a healthy economy helps EVERYONE. An excellent article on why free market enterprise should be celebrated. Small business owners take risks and a healthy economy helps EVERYONE. View Full Story Here
President Trump did us all proud on his Asia trip
According to the world media (not our American press), our President Donald J. Trump stands taller, shouts louder and sings sweeter when he is abroad. President Trump is truly representing America’s interests while abroad because we finally have a President who understand American values and who is proud of those values. Certainly, he is representing […]
What does the State Comptroller do?
I can’t say I can easily explain the job description of State Comptroller Ron Knecht but the attached Report (first of its kind, mind you) made me realize the intricacy and huge responsibility assumed by Mr. Knecht and his office. And Mr. Knecht and his office are doing a very fine job! The attached report […]
Vegas Shooting Aftermath
Last Monday, October 2, most of us Las Vegans woke up to tragic news about the Route 91 Festival shooting. We continue to deal with the aftermath and our community has proven to be VegasStrong with generous outpourings of donations of all kinds and types. I am proud to be a Las Vegan. More importantly, […]
Voter Registration Week starts Today
In honor of National Voter Registration Day, Governor Sandoval has declared September 24 – 30, 2017, as Nevada Voter Registration Week. The Nevada Secretary of State’s Office has produced three short videos that explain how to register to vote: Online Voter Registration, Mail-In and New Voter Registration, and How to Verify Voter Registration. Go to […]
Fall Friendraisers as Educational Tools
Just around the corner is election year 2018. As the many Republican candidates gear up for local, State and Federal legislative seats, your inbox is likely flooded with emails inviting you to a multitude of campaign launches, fundraisers & “Meet the Candidate” events. The sheer number of events is mind-boggling and calendar-busting. Personally, it’s a […]
Pauline Ng Lee
Pauline Ng Lee is a community activist, organizer and volunteer in the Asian and the greater Las Vegas community. Born and raised in Southern California, Pauline received her bachelors of accounting degree from the University of Southern California. After graduating from Duke University School of Law, Pauline practiced in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and commercial litigation in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston before settling down in Las Vegas.