I’ll be taking a little post-election time off, but will return with all-new blogs, columns, TV appearances and the rest starting Nov. 19. Make sure nothing big happens while I’m gone!
Teresa Lowry thinks she can make a difference in Carson City … and nobody is going to tell her differently
I write to dissent from the majority opinion of my colleagues on the Review-Journal’s editorial board, with respect to The Education Initiative, the 2 percent margin tax that will appear on your November ballot as Question 3.
For perhaps the first time since Nevada finally got serious about implementing its medical marijuana laws, a state regulation makes sense.
The mildly amusing, occasionally mean roundup of everything you need to know in politics this week!
Republicans hadn’t even uttered their first cheer at the news of the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday when speculation began that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had a devious scheme afoot.
Assemblyman Cresent Hardy admits he’s not “an articulate, well-spoken, back-slapping person” … and these quotes prove it!
Back in 2011, state Sen. Michael Roberson was a freshman member of the minority party known for tossing bombs and angering everybody from the Republican governor to the Democratic majority leader.