There were a lot of firsts in 2013.
Democrats love taxes. We all know that.
Trust me; I’m a journalist.
Everybody at Monday’s UNLV 2014 Economic Outlook presentation seemed to agree that new taxes will produce uncertainty for the business community.
Michael Gallis’ map is pretty stark.
For just a second, it was just like old times. In the front room of the Havana Cigar Co., a small group of us were arguing politics, predicting the outcome of future races and solving the world’s problems as tendrils of steel-colored smoke rose toward the ceiling and dark wine swirled in glasses.
So, we’ll just keep calling it Frenchman Mountain, then?
First of all, congratulations to my old boss, Bruce Spotleson, who took over as chairman of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce last week.
Think of Las Vegas, and the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t books.
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.