Of all the political stunts ever recorded, the recent threat by Democratic pressure group American Bridge has got to rank among the lamest of the lame.
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Nevada may be a long way from Kansas, but when it comes to state funding for schools, it may be closer than you think.
It’s been a week, and I still can’t believe my friend J.J. Jackson is gone.
You could be forgiven if you thought two-term Assemblywoman Lucy Flores was announcing her campaign for governor on Saturday, and not lieutenant governor.
As outrage over the rollout of a new Metro Police protocol on responding to noninjury accidents unfolds, at least one of the candidates for Clark County sheriff says he’ll do his best to search for ways to continue the practice of sending a cop to most every fender-bender.
Suddenly, the “preservation of religious freedom” is all the rage.
It must be that nobody has ever called Mark Hutchison a liberal before.
Nevada, as we all know, has one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation.
What’s the difference between a mayor and a city councilman?
Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak — the last man standing in the ever-so-short line of high-profile potential Democratic gubernatorial candidates — announced Monday he would not run for governor. The odds now appear very good that the Democratic Party, which has 77,000 more active registered voters than the Republican Party, will completely cede the governor’s race to incumbent Brian Sandoval.
Whatever else may be said about Family Court Judge Steven Jones — and there is plenty — you can’t say he’s without chutzpah.
That was close.
First, it was the left criticizing Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto for defending the state’s constitutional ban on gay marriage before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
As local governments in Nevada struggle with how to implement the laws on medical marijuana dispensaries, one fact looms in the background, casting a shadow over the entire enterprise.
Perhaps not surprisingly, there are legitimate points on both sides of the latest skirmish in the civil war now rending the Nevada Republican Party.
Back in January 2004, after then-Gov. Kenny Guinn appointed Republican Las Vegas attorney Mark Hutchison to the state Ethics Commission, a problem quickly arose.
If ever in doubt, disclose.
Whether it’s intentional or not, it’s clear the net effect of Sharron Angle’s life is to make the lives of others more difficult.
Sometimes, you just can’t win.
The idea of riding trains to get to Las Vegas, and get around once you’re here, isn’t really new.
You have got to be kidding me!
This time, it will be much harder to say no to the sheriff.
You can’t quite call him “Senator Feelgood,” but you can count Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid among the supporters of medical marijuana.
The year was 2002, and popular Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn was running for re-election.
You can tell the powers that be are concerned about The Education Initiative because the level of rhetoric against it is rising.
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