Dan Schwartz is pinning his long-shot bid for governor on hopes that Republican primary voters will pay more attention to his persona than his policies.
The Nevada Democratic Congressional delegation, like Rep. Ruben Kihuen, claim they will fight “tooth and nail” to protect participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. But their words are decreasing the chance of a compromise passing Congress.
The budget crisis facing the Clark County School District is no surprise. Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky predicted it just 19 months ago.
Nevada currently has more than 10 legislators, out of just 63, who also have executive branch jobs. Little wonder government keeps expanding.
If you want a textbook example of national media elites looking down on Middle America, look no further than this week’s New York Times hit piece on Saturday night’s Mayweather-McGregor megafight.
Laxalt’s upcoming but as-of-yet unannounced gubernatorial campaign was the underlying theme of his third annual Basque Fry.
Legalizing the lottery isn’t the way for Nevada taxpayers to strike it rich.
The best way to see how badly Obamacare has failed is to see how its defenders define success.
It’s possible to be right and wrong simultaneously. Just look at President Donald Trump’s statements after last weekend’s tragedy in Charlottesville.