Chuck Muth

  • Politics
    Nevada Democrats Go Bonkers Over New News Bureau

    Upon learning that Citizen Outreach Foundation had launched a new, independent news bureau in Nevada, including comprehensive statehouse coverage, the Nevada Democrat Party’s communications machinery went into the spin of death. “Today conservative blogger and former Nevada Republican Party executive director Chuck Muth announced the creation of the Nevada News Bureau, a...

  • Politics
    Heck Enters Congressional Race

    Emergency room physician Dr. Joe Heck announced yesterday the official end of his GOP gubernatorial bid and the start of his campaign to represent Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. That seat is currently held by Democrat Rep. Dina Titus. “I am increasingly alarmed at the Democratic policies...

  • Politics
    Ensign Scandal Provides Fodder for Partisans

    Roll Call today feaures a brutal account of how the Sen. John Ensign scandal has taken a major turn for the worse after a blistering New York Times story was published on the matter last week: Democratic political operatives on Monday sought to exploit Sen. John Ensign’s (R-Nev.) ethics woes as fresh...

  • Politics
    Memo to Sen. Raggio: Let Republicans Voters Decide Primaries

    Patrick McNaught, Republican candidate for the Nevada State Senate District 12 seat, opted not to participate in a dog-and-pony “interview” meeting held on September 22nd by Nevada Senate Minority Leader Bill Raggio and the GOP members of his caucus for the purpose of endorsing certain candidates in certain races next year. As...

  • Government
    Nevada News Bureau Hopes to Fill “Mainstream” News Void

    Citizen Outreach Foundation officially launched a new independent, non-partisan news service today. The Nevada News Bureau (NNB) will provide original statehouse and government reporting, as well as stories on state and local politics. Material produced by the service will be distributed free of charge for use by Nevada media sources and bloggers...

  • Government
    Forum on Nuclear Science Slated for Next Week

    The Nevada Innovative Coalition for Education (NICE) will be conducting a forum on nuclear science and education at the Atomic Testing Museum located at 755 E. Flamingo Road on October 14, 2009 at 6:00 PM. “This forum is the first step in efforts to provide Nevada’s children with career alternatives to the...

  • Government
    Former Gibbons CoS Joins Lobbying Firm

    The law firm of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is expanding its government relations group and its Nevada presence with the addition of Joshua “Josh” J. Hicks. He will open the firm’s Reno office. “The opening of our Reno office demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the Nevada business community,” said Ellen Schulhofer, managing...

  • Opinion
    Rising Unemployment Could Cost Nevada Extra $1 Million/Month

    With national unemployment rising once again in September to 9.8 percent, many are wondering what the verdict will be when state figures are released later in the month. Persistent joblessness is also causing many to drop out of the workforce, as the US Department of Labor reported that the civilian labor force...

  • Opinion
    Forget Who’s Your Daddy, How About Where’s Your Daddy?

    OK, at the risk of being called a cold-hearted SOB (again), allow me to raise a point because….well, somebody should. On Thursday the Las Vegas Review-Journal published a 1,126-word story on a 15-year-old kid named Tanner Chamberlain who got into a loud and violent 30- to 45-minute fight with his mother, Evie...

  • Government
    Home-School Legal Defenders Coming to Nevada

    “Remembering the Reason…Renewing the Vision: A Homeschool Symposium” is coming to two locations in Nevada on March 26 and March 27, 2010. This symposium is co-sponsored by the Nevada Homeschool Network and Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA). On Friday, March 26, 2010, the symposium will be held in Carson City, NV,...

  • Politics
    Lobbyists Giving Ensign the Typhoid Mary Treatment

    For those Nevadans who think Sen. John Ensign’s political troubles over his affair with a staffer are over and that it’s a “personal matter” which isn’t affecting his ability to represent Nevada in Congress, Roll Call reporter Anna Palmer has a devastating piece out today: Lobbyists are bracing themselves for the impending...

  • Opinion
    Code of Conduct Proposed for Health Care Industry

    In the never-ending debate about national health care, the most common refrain is “our health care system is broken.” That is immediately followed by never-ending government solutions to “fix” said system at an estimated cost of trillions of dollars. Rarely mentioned in these expensive, government-knows-best debates, however, is any discussion of free-market,...

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