Now that the effects of the recession are beginning to recede, many people are feeling safer and more secure about the economy again.
Anybody who thinks Nevada’s Republican team is focused and working very well together probably should ask Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson about that.
Fundraising is one of the most distasteful things about politics. Sometimes, you have to say things so out of character, they can surprise even the people who know you.
It’s always a kick when left and right come together to question the power of the federal government.
During the 2013 Legislature’s debate over a bill to require background checks for almost all private-party gun sales, there were plenty of what-ifs.
There were plenty who were disappointed recently when the U.S. Supreme Court decided California’s Proposition 8 gay-marriage case without really rendering an opinion.
Now that Nevada’s Legislature has ended 13 years of ignoring a voter-approved constitutional mandate to provide medical marijuana to sick people, everything’s fine. Right?
In Washington, there is no tomorrow or yesterday, only today, right now, this exact moment.
Sen. Harry Reid isn’t asking for anything unreasonable.
In the critically neglected 1996 action film “Executive Decision,” hero Kurt Russell finally confronts the terrorist leader who has taken over a 747 bound for Washington, D.C., and loaded with nerve gas. “Who are you?” the terrorist demands.