I will not bury the lead. As of today, and for the first time in my working life, I am no longer tethered to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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The Obama Administration (aka most transparent administration — evah) was forced to turn over to Judicial Watch a boatload of documents related to the Fast and Furious scandal.
The count is now up to 15 women who accuse Bill Cosby of drugging them and raping them. Why did it take so long for these allegations reach wide public attention?
For those trying to keep straight all of the clips by Jonathan Gruber, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barack Obama, here’s your handy-dandy reference.
For those who would like to see Obamacare scrapped and replaced — which is most Americans, according to the latest polling — Jonathan Gruber is the gift that keeps on giving.
For those who do not know, allegations of serial rape have swirled around beloved American comedian Bill Cosby for years.
It is now widely reported that President Barack Obama will unilaterally change the nation’s immigration enforcement system next week by granting amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants already in the United States.
The Internet is a wonderful place for readers. Unlike legacy reading in which you usually stay in the same general region in which you start, Internet reading can quickly lead you to adventurous places.
You can’t sugarcoat it. Tuesday’s Election Day smackdown of Democrats was nothing short of a complete and utter rejection of President Barack Obama’s policies and governance.
Harry Reid’s hand-picked candidate to run for lieutenant governor, Lucy Flores, turned out to be one very bad candidate, reflecting specifically upon the judgment of her benefactor and on the Democratic Party in Nevada in general.
Nevada kingmakers have a new/old name to factor in to the game of future leaders of the state: Adam Laxalt.
Did you see that election-night story in the Washington Post in which Harry Reid, in the form of his chief of staff, blamed the White House for the massive Democratic losses on Election Night?
It’s weird and borderline icky. Pop culture liberal Lena Dunham, star of the television series “Girls,” wrote a book. It included an odd story about how she bribed her little sister with candy in exchange for kisses.
Over the weekend, Hillary Clinton traveled to New Hampshire to stump for endangered U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and provided aficionados of American political irony cause to smile.
Englishman Bill Pitt, who died in 1778, and Nevada cowboy Grant Gerber, who moved on last month, had the same burr under their saddles. They believed tyranny begins where the law ends.
I voted early on Friday (the last day it is allowed) and I was once again reminded how friendly and well-trained our workers are.
If you are in the least bit interested in ballot-box integrity — and apparently there are a lot of Democrats in North Carolina who are not — I urge you to take a look at this video from Project Veritas.
You almost wish that if we’re going to get Hillary Clinton back on the national presidential campaign stage for 2016, we would get an older, more interesting person.
The expression “the chickens have come home to roost” has been around for almost as long as the English language. Geoffrey Chaucer used it in “The Parson’s Tale.”
Here’s an interesting revelation from Democratic operative Van Jones. He says that Sarah Palin’s intellect and ability to communicate with average people had Democrats “shaking in our boots” in 2008.
If you have not caught CNN host Carol Costello treat the manhandling of Bristol Palin as if it were some kind of yuck-yuck SNL sketch, you really should.
Once upon a time, I spent some quality time with Las Vegas icon Bill Bennett. For those new to Las Vegas, he was “arguably the most successful gaming executive of the 1960s and 1970s.”
In the latest “the dog ate my homework” excuse for the incompetence of the White House comes this story in the New York Times.
The man from Nevada who has been wrong on virtually every foreign policy decision since he went to Washington is wrong again today when he opposes modest travel restrictions into the U.S. from Ebola ravaged West African countries.
President Barack Obama has already told Americans — twice — that the November mid-term elections are a referendum on his policies.
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