The last five days show why conservatives are right to loathe the liberal bias of the national mainstream media. It started with the Olympics. Vice President Mike Pence was in South Korea for the opening ceremonies, which Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, also attended. Her mere presence caused liberal outlets to swoon.
The real question now: What did Barack Obama know, and when did he know it?
The firing of North Las Vegas city manager Qiong Liu highlights a very expensive problem with public employee compensation — pension spiking.
Attorney general and Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt is committed to continuing the education reforms started by Gov. Brian Sandoval. He also wants to implement work requirements for able-bodied Medicaid recipients and doesn’t think the federal government will disrupt recreational marijuana in Nevada.
The deal is there for the taking. But Democrats don’t want it. They won’t even consider it. They’re running from it.
Both federal and state candidates have submittedtheir 2018 fundraising reports and primary elections are just four months away. Here are five observations on Dean Heller, Danny Tarkanian, Jacky Rosen and Steven Horsford.
None of this would have ever come out if Steve Wynn were still a politically unaffiliated casino mogul.
Good luck with all of this in 2018 and 2020.
President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address was a political home run — in part because of what he didn’t say. There wasn’t a single word about reforming the politically sacrosanct Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid. While that undoubtedly boosted the popularity of his speech, he was ignoring the greatest threat to America’s fiscal health.