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!
You'd think that Gov. Brian Sandoval would be happier now than he was before the 2014 election. But he's fought so much with Republican lawmakers and state officers that he may be longing for the calmer days of divided government.
Like most physicians, Dr. Ben Carson has a funny story about the behavior of insurance companies.
Longtime readers know I'm against the low-speed school zones that surround local campuses.
We knew this day would come. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has attacked her rival for the Democratic Party nomination for president, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., over his single-payer health care plan.
After Paris, it's not hard to picture the nightmare scenario in Las Vegas.
America is officially a secular nation, but religion is never very far from the surface in her politics. The Constitution is clear — the government will never establish an official state religion, it will never prohibit the free exercise of religion and it may never impose a religious test for public office.
If you follow politics long enough, you'll eventually see everything.