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Topic - David Gordon
Authorities say a motorist was hurt, but the driver and another person in a food truck escaped injury in a crash that tipped the boxy vehicle on its side northeast of downtown Las Vegas.
Dave Gordon's article, "Obama should use Israel trip to promote real peace" (Web, March 9), is excellent, calling on the president to make clear that demonizing our ally Israel is unacceptable. I would add one specific request: If President Obama truly wishes to promote peace, he must demand that Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas publicly repudiate his vile 1984 book "The Other Side: The Secret Relationship Between Nazism and Zionism."
The U.S. has stayed uncharacteristically distant as European nations struggle with their long-running debt crisis, creating an opening for big emerging nations such as China and Brazil to move to center stage in world economic affairs.
Las Vegas police Lt. David Gordon tells KSNV-TV (http://bit.ly/1gVm3z3 ) the food truck collided with a Toyota Camry a little after 5:45 a.m. Friday on Lake Mead Boulevard near Nellis Boulevard.
Mr. Obama likely knows how important containment of the crisis is to his own re-election, Mr. Gordon said, but he has nevertheless kept largely silent on how to resolve the situation.