It’s time to put my credibility as a pundit on the line and offer eight political predictions for 2018.
If judges are willing to ignore the “plain language” of the constitution, efforts to recall sitting state senators are dead.
Nevada Politics Today: Victor Joecks interviews Wes Duncan, Candidate for Nevada Attorney General.
The calls for Rep. Ruben Kihuen’s resignation came quickly — much too quickly.
Victoria Seaman, a former assemblywoman and candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, wants proof before calling for Rep. Ruben Kihuen’s resignation. She is also enthusiastic about the Republican tax-reform plan.
If you think the Clark County School District has budget problems now, imagine how bad it’ll be if Amazon selects Las Vegas as the site of its second headquarters.
It doesn’t snow much in Las Vegas, but snowflakes have shown up at UNLV.
In his bid to represent Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District, state Sen. Scott Hammond, R-Las Vegas, wants tax reform, Obamacare repealed and federal legislation encouraging school choice. Hammond made his comments while appearing on Nevada Politics Today.
Even photographic evidence of sexual assault isn’t enough to get Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto and want-to-be senator Rep. Jacky Rosen to demand a fellow Democrat leave the Senate.
Sen. Tick Segerblom, D-Las Vegas, is running to represent District E on the Clark County Commission, but he’s also got one eye on the Clark County School District. Segerblom wants to increase the sales tax to boost education funding and have the County Commission take control of the School Board.