CLEVELAND — If elected, will he serve?
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This week, businessman and reality show ringmaster Donald J. Trump is scheduled to accept the nomination of the Republican Party for president in a media event that completes the merger of politics and entertainment.
When will people learn? Election fraud doesn’t pay.
As always in politics, it’s what isn’t said that’s the real story.
The ironies of Dallas abound.
Whatever else may be said about the city-county disagreement over funding for the Metro police department, this much is certain: It could have been ameliorated years ago with the push of a green button.
So Donald Trump showed up at a meeting of more than 1,000 evangelical Christian conservatives late last month to announce that he’s on their side, that he’s a “tremendous” believer and that “we’re gonna straighten it out.”
Did former Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto take money to kill Uber, costing Nevadans jobs? That’s what a new political attack ad claims.
So Gov. Brian Sandoval, the former attorney general and federal judge, has come out squarely against the legalization of recreational marijuana in Nevada.
So here we are again.
Congressman Cresent Hardy says the U.S. Constitution doesn’t allow the federal government to own lands except in narrow circumstances. But he’s entirely wrong about that.
Maybe it’s just a time-management thing?
As screams of frustration go, it wasn’t anywhere near Howard Dean levels, but it was loud enough to be noticeable nonetheless.
Now that the primaries are out of the way, we can turn to November’s general election, where control of the Nevada Legislature hangs in the balance.
They knew this day could someday come. But they did it anyway.
The man most responsible for the passage of the new commerce tax lost his bid for higher office on Tuesday, as did three other lawmakers. But many other tax-supporting Republicans won their races despite facing conservative, anti-tax challengers.
I sure hope students at what’s now being called the John Lee North Las Vegas College of Useful Arts &Stuff (motto: Our Name Says It All!) are working hard to develop new transportation ideas for the valley, because we sure need them.
In the wake of the horrific slaying of 49 people inside an Orlando nightclub over the weekend, I know you’re all probably wondering the same thing I was: What does Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt think?
Well, look who wrote a letter to the editor ! It’s Congressional District 3 candidate Danny Tarkanian , who’s angry about a column I wrote recently concerning a potentially misleading flier in his race.
Imagining a Nevada without the influence of the American Civil Liberties Union calls to mind a very different state.
After years of unsuccessfully pushing to “take control” of the community college campus in his careworn city, North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee has at last succeeded in … getting the name on the sign out front changed!
Poor Paul Ryan . The House speaker dithered like Hamlet for a month before he endorsed Donald Trump for president, immediately before Trump went on his latest race-tinged rampage .
All due respect to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, but he’s really not helping his party here.
For residents of Las Vegas, the Donald Trump phenomenon might seem somehow familiar.