Casino executives have no idea how angry their customers are, and the president-elect wasted no time showing the business savvy and political independence that won over voters.
I’ve finally found something Republicans and Democrats in Las Vegas can all agree on.
All of Donald Trump’s national security picks understand we are at war with radical Islam, and they aren’t afraid of identifying our attackers as Islamic terrorists.
The entire nation turned Republican red two weeks ago. From top to bottom, it was a beautiful sea of red except for Nevada and our neighbor, the People’s Republic of California. Is there a correlation? Are we steps away from ruining Nevada? Are we about to become California-cated?
Politico reported the voter registration system is in chaos: Millions of dead people are still on the rolls, 24 million registrations are no longer valid, 12 million have incorrect addresses and 2.75 million people are registered to vote in more than one state.
My most recent column focused on the smashing victory by Donald Trump and the GOP at all levels of government — federal, state and local. The Republican Party is now the dominant political party in America.
The Democratic Party has a problem. If this were “The Celebrity Apprentice” it might be worded, “You’re fired.”
Back in June 2015, I was the first to endorse Trump and predict he’d win the election. When I first made that prediction, I was in an exclusive club of two — myself and Donald Trump.
The Donald Trump campaign was one for the record books — the most rallies in history, the most attendees at rallies, the most Republican primary votes ever. And win or lose, he will re-write the book on campaign strategy.