The elimination of standardized testing for the UC University System

The elimination of standardized testing for the UC University System will only lead to overt and radical schemes designed to reduce the number of Asian and White students in the UC System.  Standardized testing does not discriminate against minorities.  Eliminating a standardized testing requirement will only result in the admission of under-qualified students. See this […]

Former Senate Staffer Accuses Joe Biden of Sexual Assault

Joe Biden swore that he would nominate a woman to be his Vice President. But, that doesn’t mean Joe Biden’s record with women is clean. Joe Biden’s problems and hypocrisy continue to mount:  https://news.yahoo.com/former-senate-staffer-accuses-joe-022955519.html

Avoiding Coronavirus about Washing Hands, Not Wearing Gloves

Stop wearing gloves to the grocery store as it gives you a false sense of security!  Wear masks instead to stay safe.  Here is what really happens when people wear gloves but don’t realize how infectious the coronavirus really is: https://www.reviewjournal.com/life/health/avoiding-coronavirus-about-washing-hands-not-wearing-gloves-2004782/

Trump Uses Persuasion, Not Force, in Coronavirus Crisis

When our founding fathers drafted the Constitution and Bill of Rights, it was done knowing that the “several states” were and will always be different from each other.  The reality is that different parts of our country are, well, DIFFERENT.  Social distancing is already practiced by citizens in South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa and many of […]

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

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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.