Because it started so differently — with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inviting President Donald Trump to a face-to-face meeting, which the mercurial Trump promptly accepted — the June 12 summit in Singapore held out the promise of delivering something big and transformative.
The fix was in. And everyone involved should be fired, lose their pensions and go to prison.
If you want to ease the housing crunch, start by reigning in the environmentalists.
Steve Sisolak won the Democrat nomination because of his appeal to older voters. Sen. Dean Heller’s formidable campaign team will help him in a hotly contested Senate race, according to political consultant Zac Moyle.
The president proves that torture works
Nevada Democrats have selected their candidate for governor, but in many ways it didn’t matter who won Tuesday’s primary. Steve Sisolak, Chris Giunchigliani and their allies spent millions showing they are radical leftists who want Nevada to look like California.
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer defend save MS-13 gang members
Nevada’s primary elections are Tuesday, so it’s time to dust off my pundit cap and offer predictions.
On the first day of June, President Donald Trump invited Kim Yong Chol, North Korea’s second most powerful official, into the Oval Office where they talked at length and posed for photos. Afterward, Trump shook Kim’s hand before reporters.
Assemblyman Keith Pickard is “exploiting community members” for political gain. Gun control won’t prevent mass shootings, and the key to improving education is keeping great teachers in the classroom. That’s all according to Byron Brooks, who’s running for the Republican nomination for Senate District 20.