It will be interesting to see how Democratic Party leaders treat the news that the highly regarded senator from Hawaii, the late Daniel Inouye, was the dirty old man who sexually harassed Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
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You must ask yourself why three and half months have gone by and the Obama Administration has failed to make a determination on Bowe Bergdahl — is he a deserter or a POW?
I’ve always liked the saying that goes: “Lord, help me be the person my dog thinks I am.”
It is rare — and I’m talking “Harry Reid Says Something Smart” rare that I become separated from the likes of the thinkers at the Wall Street Journal and Forbes.
As the world turns in partisan politics, the party that clubs its opponents with the slogan “War on Women” may get a little taste of its own medicine.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), Chairman of House Select Committee on Benghazi
When journalists use the word “bombshell” as it relates to a news story, they mean something has happened to radically alter the narrative of the story.
With apologies to the movie “Forrest Gump,” presidents are like a box of chocolates — you never know what you’re going to get.
“If he lied, then he has to step down,” Democratic New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said this week as she jumped in with both feet in the Ray Rice domestic abuse case.
I am re-running this with permission. It’s from my good pal, Evan Wallach. Folks will remember him from his days in Las Vegas with Lionel, Sawyer and Collins. He was the Review-Journal’s outside attorney as well as the kick-ass attorney for the Nevada Press Association.
For Las Vegas aficionados who watched the president’s speech tonight on the ISIS terror threat, this line from Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic will resonate: “Michael Corleone’s fatalistic insight about the mafia also holds true for presidents in the Middle East: ‘Just when I thought I was out, they pulled me back in.’
The Nevada BLM is holding a photo contest and you can vote on your favorite Nevada photo here.
Leave rattlesnakes alone. They don’t want to bother you anymore than you want to bother them. Pretty good libertarian rule.
Quite enough has been written about the encroaching federal “Nanny State.” Some of it is a bit of a stretch, in my opinion.
It may not yet amount to the 18-minute erased taped of the Nixon/Watergate scandal, but it’s getting awfully close.
Remember when we were told that by simply electing Barack Obama the seas would stop rising and the Muslim world would see America differently?
As we pass the anniversary of 9/11, there’s still plenty to worry about in the War on Terror.
If you can extrapolate anything from the fog of an unfolding, emotionally charged news story, it is this: Never underestimate the human desire to jump to conclusions.
Really, Sen. Reid? Can you possibly go a week without making everyone cringe with some stupid racial statement? Apparently not.
My friend Dr. Marshall Darnell, who helped educate a generation of Clark County students, died last Thursday. His abbreviate obituary appeared in today’s Las Vegas Review-Journal.
It pretty much goes without saying these days that there remains an unbecoming alliance in the American news media between journalists and the politicians they cover.
Newsroom folks will know what I’m talking about when I say beware of the dreaded “typed single-spaced letter.” Often these letters arrive in an envelope with handwritten scribbles of afterthoughts by the writer.
Before too much time goes by and world events allow the beheading of American journalist James Foley to slip into yesterday’s news, it’s important to underline what Pentagon sources are saying about the botched rescue attempt.
I have a bone to pick with Reno newspaper.
A disconnected President Obama is not a storyline. It is a reality. Consider the mixed messages the Obama Administration sent out on ISIS.
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