Let me start by saying that any kid from Elko gets a point from me. Right out of the chute.
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It’s hard to quantify the hypocrisy surrounding government’s reaction to they way the BLM bungled the Clive Bundy “undocumented” cattle issue last weekend.
Cartoonist Gary Larson once drew a scientist pictured on his back on his office floor, legs and arms straight up. The caption read: “How entomologists pass away.”
Whether I’m the right person to say it or not, I feel like someone should: To all residents of Utah, as well as Mormons everywhere, I’m sorry for the comments made by Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins.
You cannot sugarcoat this, although some of the Obama media will probably try. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning her post after her disastrous rollout of ObamaCare.
Here’s the perfect illustration for what is wrong with most Harry Reid watchers in Nevada.
On a day when President Barack Obama took a bow and proclaimed support for strengthening equal pay laws, his own administration struggled to explain it’s failure to pay women equally with men.
To paraphrase the old James Carville campaign line and apply it to the education of Nevada children: “It’s the results, stupid.”
Fred Phelps founded the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, known for picketing the funerals of soldiers. In the Phelps theology, God condemned all of America for enabling homosexual behavior. Soldiers who defend the country therefore were contemned to hell.
This is a little-known fact, but Sarah Palin actually does a better Sarah Palin than Tina Fey.
You would think that the 8.2 earthquake off the coast of Chile last night actually struck in Boston Harbor, given the screaming this morning from the liberal establishment.
She’s 81 and the survivor of not one, but two, major bouts with cancer — the first colon cancer and the second pancreatic. Some liberals concerned with the direction of the U.S. Supreme Court would like Ruth Bader Ginsburg to resign by the end of the summer so that President Obama can replace her with another liberal judge.
Remember when Obama the Candidate promised that he’d be different than President Bush when it comes to lobbyists?
It’s almost comical this morning to read about local political reporter Jon Ralston ranting against me and the Review-Journal for accurately pointing out that lieutenant governor candidate Lucy Flores did NOT come out against the education initiative that is on the ballot this fall.
Candidates propped up by identity politics often get trapped in their own biography. When they seek higher office, they struggle to widen their appeal.
There’s so much going on with Harry Reid these days, it’s hard to know how serious it is.
So, there’s this sweet little 8-year-old by the name of Sunnie Kahle who has been told by her Christian school that she’s no longer welcome there.
By now just about everyone in Nevada knows about the latest examples of Harry Reid getting caught with his hand in the cookie jar.
When I read news on Twitter this week that the staffer tasked with writing Harry Reid’s speeches left for another job, I briefly entertained the idea that Sen. Reid’s history of tongue-stomping must have been her problem.
Assemblywoman Lucy Flores made her media debut for lieutenant governor on Monday on the local TV show “Ralston Reports.”
Nevada’s governor is all the rage among Washington pundits.
What is a warship? That’s easy. It’s a large converted car ferry filled with doctors and nurses who take care of sick and injured people. Wait! What?
If there is any topic that mightily interests both political parties in Washington, it is comprehensive immigration reform.
I hate cancer, which is why I love the news this morning that the rate of colon cancer declined another 30 percent in the last decade among Americans 50 and older.
In the name of national security, we’ve lost a chunk of the dignity that makes us a better nation.
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