This being April Fool’s Day, how I wish the subject of this column was only a put-up job with a “just kidding” punchline at the end. Sadly for all of us, it’s not.
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Leave it to those humorless, sunglasses-wearing, sleeve-talking killjoys at the U.S. Secret Service to take all the fun out of a political convention.
The conservative Republican primary season has officially gotten underway, as members of the party’s anti-tax wing begin to confront their moremoderate peers on the campaign trail as both vie for voter’s approval.
Say what you will about the Center for American Progress, but don’t say the group lacks faith in the government of the United States.
If you’d have asked me before the close of filing last week, I’d have told you I didn’t think there was any way former Assemblywoman Sharron Angle would file to run again for U.S. Senate.
We should induce Google to test their driverless cars right here in Las Vegas. In fact, we provide the perfect place to do it.
In the space of a morning news conference in the Rose Garden of the White House, the dilemma faced by the Shutdown Party went from abstract and theoretical to acute and imminent.
So who’s the real Donald Trump? I ask because there are plenty of people — not least Trump himself — who’ve suggested the brash, sometimes boorish public personaisn’t at all the real Trump. But since Trump is the Republican front-runner, it’s a question that has plenty of import for Democrats andRepublicans.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio , having been trounced by Donald Trump in Rubio’s home state of Florida, has now exited the presidential race.
Can the Donald Trump Effect trump gerrymandering?
It’s primary season, so naturally candidates are going to be more concerned about defeating rivals in their own party than they are in the cross-aisle opposition they’ll face in the general election.
The fiery Republican assemblywoman targets Republican front runner Michael Roberson in her remarks.
Sharron Angle went on talk radio to talk about a potential bid for Senate in 2016, prompting conservative host Alan Stock to literally beg her not to run.
The Democratic debate was 100 percent body-part reference-free, and, in places, actually educational.
If you’ve ever been struck in a traffic jam on Interstate 15 between Las Vegas and California, you might become more sympathetic tothe idea of the Xpress West high-speed train.
SlashPolitics watched the Republican Fox News debate, so you didn’t have to! You SO owe us.
The slow-motion self-destruction of the Republican Party presents its adherents with a tantalizing existential question: Would you rather win an election led by an awful candidate, or lose while hewing to principle?
The victim of a 2012 allegation about taxes has become the 2016 wielder of accusations about taxes.
When regular-people voters disdain the party elite, you’d naturally turn to the most elite Republican in America for help. Right?
A roundup of results and observations after a super night of voting.
If ever there was an event that screamed out for a drinking game, it’s the Republican debate scheduled for Thursday night.
Say what you like about the political performance art that is the Donald Trump presidential campaign, but don't say it's not a ratings winner.
To be honest, I thought Gov. Brian Sandoval was an odd choice for nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court from the very start.
And now, it's the Republicans turn! A somewhat diminished Republican field now (mostly) turns its attention to Nevada, the last stop before Super Tuesday.
Nevada loves Hillary Clinton. And in 2016, Nevada loved her a little bit more than it did the last time she ran in a competitive Democratic race for the presidency.