Think of Las Vegas, and the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t books.
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Before anything else is said about Las Vegas’ bid to host the 2016 Republican National Convention, know this: There is no reason we shouldn’t win.
Something tells me that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid didn’t like my recent column on Rep. Joe Heck and immigration.
If nothing else, the legal assault mounted against journalist Dana Gentry was notable for its audaciousness.
Where have all the conservatives gone?
Of all the things that have been said recently about Las Vegas Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson’s crusade against online gambling, there’s one missing: He’s right.
City of Las Vegas, you’re the last one standing.
Nevada U.S. Sen. Dean Heller called Thursday “a sad day for the United States Senate.”
Should we call them Mayors Against the Tax Cap?
A mayor may be part of the City Council, but he or she is so much more.
When I think of Republicans needlessly and despicably standing in the way of passing immigration reform, I don’t think of Nevada Rep. Joe Heck.
We have seen the future, and the future is Colorado. Or something.
On Monday — Veterans Day — as this is written, the U.S. military is standing up for its latest mission.
Evolution and religion are not two words that generally go together.
Back in August, when the idea first surfaced, very few were taking the idea of a Republican National Convention here seriously. Since then, it’s really taken off.
Score one for the well-funded, shadowy forces of anonymous political speech.
Bad! That’s a bad Assemblyman Jim Wheeler!
News item: U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., says he will hold up all presidential nominations until survivors of the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, testify before Congress.
“It is unlawful for any person to take all or part of any tips or gratuities bestowed upon the employees of that person”
Let’s put aside for a moment the most outrageous part of the recently unveiled videotape of Assemblyman Jim Wheeler, R-Gardnerville, saying he’d vote to bring back slavery if his constituents favored it.
Let’s start with the things everybody agrees on in the now-infamous Las Vegas police arbitration case.
Few debates in American politics are more useless than who is more patriotic than whom.
Actions speak louder than words.
The flags are flying at half staff at the Capitol again.
This is the appeal that had to happen. And, it just may be the appeal that changes things for thousands across the country.
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