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Why doesn’t the VA employ more veterans today?

By Elizabeth Crane / February 2, 2016

With the federal government pushing for increased veteran hiring across the economic sector, you would imagine that federal agencies, such as the Veteran’s Administration (VA), would be staffed and managed by military veterans today. You would be wrong. According to an analysis by the Daily Caller, only 13 percent of the management positions of VA…

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TEDxUNLV Cortney Warren

Cortney S. Warren Ph.D. Speaks at TEDxUNLV | Self-Deception and Lies

By Elizabeth Crane / May 3, 2014

TEDxUNLV was held in Las Vegas on April 11, 2014. Cortney S. Warren Ph.D. stood out as one of the exceptional speakers at this prestigious event. The focus of her talk, “Honest Liars: The Psychology of Self-Deception,” was on why people lie to themselves. To help people live a more fulfilling life, Dr. Warren explores…

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A Little Girl’s Love, Devotion, and Struggle

By James Crane / August 9, 2011

Here ladies and gentlemen is my first column for the Las Vegas Press Club. Bear with me a bit as I get the hang of it, but never the less, here is something you’re sure to enjoy. So take a deep breath and prepare your heart… Just last week after one of my workouts I…

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1963 Las Vegas Press Club has a Ball on Bases in Tonopah

By Frank Spady / August 3, 2011

One thing I’ve learned most certainly from our found edition of the 1963 Las Vegas Press Club Branding Iron magazine is that the old Press Club could party and play with the best of them. Writer Joe Digles wrote a humorous review of a trip to Tonopah for a baseball game with their rival the…

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Newspaper on Kindle

Should You Kindle Your Newspaper?

By Las Vegas Int'l Press Club / July 8, 2011

Did you know that you can download the Las Vegas Review-Journal and read it on your Kindle? You can also download the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and just about every other major U.S. newspaper. Prices range from $5.99/month (San Francisco Chronicle) to $19.99/month (New York Times). Many (but not all) of…

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