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Las Vegas Real Estate Broker and REALTOR with Lawson Real Eatate & Investments. Phone: (702) 885-3325, Email: andreas@nevadatrade.com, Web: http://www.nevadatrade.com
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Offered by Thomas Swanson--702-277-6117 Video Tour by Reel Tours Inc www.reeltours.tv For full property details: www.reeltours.tv/25 Link to Video: *******www.reeltours.tv/play/index.aspx?ID=25 This is 4432 Ferrell Street in North Las Vegas, Nevada. This one floor stucco home has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in a 1,527 square foot package. This home is open and very welcoming with ceramic tile and carpet mixed throughout the home. Other features include arched doorways, sliding glass doors and new carpet and paint.
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Offered by Thomas Swanson--702-277-6117 Video tour by Reel Tours Inc WWW.REELTOURS.TV FOR COMPLETE PROPERTY DETAILS: WWW.REELTOURS.TV/26 This is 3424 Oakville Court in North Las Vegas, Nevada. This one floor stucco home has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in a 1,871 square foot package. This home is open and very welcoming with ceramic tile and carpet mixed throughout the home. Other features include a built in home theater, built in plant shelves, sliding glass doors, chandeliers and custom blinds.....
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Construction continues as shown in this video for the red hot Las Vegas Cosmopolitan condo hotel project on the Strip next to Bellagio.
5 Jan 2008
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A video update showing the new Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas is nearly completed in its construction.
5 Jan 2008
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With great luxury condo deals now in Las Vegas, this video report introduces Turnberry Place luxury condos. This property is conidered very high end and now is your opportunity to buy at reduced prices through LuxuryRealtyGroup****.
6 Jan 2008
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This video overview of the Turnberry Towers in Las Vegas gives you a quick look at this very high end luxury condo property. There are many great deals available now from LuxuryRealtyGroup****
6 Jan 2008
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LuxuryRealtyGroup**** presents one of the most popular and difficult to find high floor, Strip view luxury condo in the only luxury high rise condo on the Strip called Sky Las Vegas.
7 Jan 2008
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Our Hard gay goes to Las Vegas with a few friends and tries to get a job. He ends up entertaining old women. For more visit
8 Jan 2008
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One of the many fun presentations from Casio at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, featuring a pair of breakdancers
9 Jan 2008
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Ceilings of shopping malls in Las Vegas, perfectly imitating the sky
13 Jan 2008
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This amazing machine is a Lamborghini that was at the ESCORT exhibit at the 2008 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, Nevada
14 Jan 2008
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Judge rejects lawsuit challenging Las Vegas Nevada caucus sites Keywords: Bill Clinton workers union lawsuit Las Vegas NV Nevada caucus Barack Obama Hillary Latinos African Americans blacks democrats It’s become quite a dispute in Democratic circles. The Nevada Democratic Party created “at-large” casino precincts about eight months ago, so that casino employees (most notably, members of the Culinary Workers Union) would be able to participate in the Democratic causes easily and conveniently. At the time, the Nevada Democratic Party said the precincts were designed for the “4,000 or more shift workers per site who could not otherwise take the time off to go to their home precincts.” The precincts were approved unanimously. This wasn’t at all controversial until last week, when the Culinary Workers endorsed Barack Obama. After the union endorsement, the Nevada State Education Association, which is backing Hillary Clinton, filed suit, asking that the nine “at-large” precincts be eliminated altogether. Today, a state court rejected the lawsuit. Democrats with ties to Hillary Rodham Clinton failed in court Thursday to prevent casino workers from caucusing at special precincts in Nevada. The ruling by U.S. District Court Judge James Mahan was presumed to be a boost for Clinton rival Barack Obama in the Democratic presidential caucuses Saturday because he has been endorsed by the union representing many of the shift workers who will be able to use the precincts on the Las Vegas strip. “State Democrats have a First Amendment right to association, to assemble and to set their own rules,” Mahan said…. [Mahan added,] “We aren’t voting here, we’re caucusing. That’s something that parties decide.” He said it is “up to the national party and the state party to promulgate these rules and enforce them.” In retrospect, I can’t help but wonder if, politically, the NSEA would have helped Clinton’s campaign more by simply remaining silent. Not only was the lawsuit a long shot, and not only did it cause unnecessary division, it actually created a stronger incentive for Obama backers to participate in the caucuses. Indeed, the Culinary Union said the suit was an attempt to disenfranchise its members. “Backers of Hillary Clinton are suing in court to take away our right to vote in the caucuses,” a union flier said. On a related note, you may have heard that Bill Clinton got rather agitated yesterday responding to a reporter’s question about the legal dispute. “You have asked the question in an accusatory way, so I will ask you back, do you really believe that all the Democrats understood that they had agreed to give everybody that voted at the casino a vote worth five times as much as people who voted in their own precinct?” Mr. Clinton said after an event on Wednesday in Oakland, Calif. “Did you know that? Their votes will be counted five times more powerfully, in terms of delegates to the state convention, compared to delegates to the national convention.” […] “When you ask me that question, your position is that you think that the culinary workers vote should be easier for them to vote than anyone else in Nevada who has to work on Saturday. Second, when they do vote, their vote should count five times as much as everybody else? That’s what the teachers have questioned. If that’s your position, you have it.
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