• Opinion
    A Reason to Believe Again

    (Brian Sandoval) – Dear Fellow Republicans: Part of what makes our state great is its spirit. It’s the spirit that drew the pioneers West across the Great Plains in search of freedom and opportunity. It’s the spirit that drove the prospectors to dig and the farmers to grow. The spirit that turned...

  • Government
    Norquist Urges Senate Hearing on Labor Board Nominee

    (Americans for Tax Reform) – Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist sent a letter to Chairman Tom Harkin (D-IA) and Ranking Member Mike Enzi (R-WY), of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pension (HELP) Committee urging them to ask for a full Senate hearing for Obama’s nomination for the National Labor...

  • Opinion
    Rory Reid Says Dad Wrong, Yucca Mountain is Safe

    Most of what Harry Reid says about safety concerns over the Yucca Mountain project is pure, unadulterated political flapdoodle. It’s interesting to discover that his son apparently feels the same way.

  • Politics
    The GOP’s New York Fiasco

    (Wall Street Journal) – Republicans are telling themselves that a political wave is building that could carry them to big election gains next year. Judging by their performance so far in a special election in New York, however, they deserve to wander in the minority for another generation or two. Continue reading…

  • Politics
    Sharron Angle brings senate campaign to Las Vegas

    (Examiner) – Sharron Angle will formally kick off her campaign for the Republican Party nomination for US Senate today in front of the Federal Building in Las Vegas. The night before, introduced by KXNT radio talk show host Alan Stock, she hosted a gathering of about thirty people at Arizona Charlie’s Casino...

  • Politics
    Politico: Poll: Most Nevadans think Reid is “weak”

    (Glenn Thrush) – More than half of likely Nevada voters think Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is a “weak” leader — with 84 percent of Reid’s Democratic base supporting a public option for health care reform, according to a new poll sponsored by a progressive group running Reid ads in the state....

  • Opinion
    State’s top fiscal analysts retiring

    (Nevada Appeal) – The state will lose 74 years of political and budget history Friday when the two top fiscal analysts at the Legislative Counsel Bureau retire. Continue reading…

  • Government
    A shorter wait for green projects after criticism

    (Las Vegas Sun) – After hearing criticism of the administration’s progress on renewable energy regulations, Gov. Jim Gibbons’ top energy adviser said this week that green energy projects will be able to apply for tax abatements sooner than originally estimated. Continue reading…

  • Opinion
    Obama Taps Yucca Supporter

    (Las Vegas Sun) – Anti-nuclear groups are fighting the Obama administration’s nomination of a pro-Yucca Mountain nuclear industry insider to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Continue reading…

  • Opinion
    Ralston cries ‘Lame!’ as foes of Harry Reid cry foul

    (Jon Ralston) – Here’s what’s not news: That Reid will do anything to win. Continue reading…

  • Politics
    Sharron Angle gears up to challenge Harry Reid

    (Las Vegas Review-Journal) – Conservative Sharron Angle isn’t ceding anything to leading Republicans who want to challenge incumbent Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev. She says she has nearly as much money as Danny Tarkanian, is more clearly conservative than Sue Lowden and has more experience than both of them combined. Continue reading…

  • Opinion
    Angle To Announce Her Run Against Reid

    (KVVU) – Four-term Nevada State Assemblywoman Sharron Angle (R-Nev.) plans to make an official decision in Las Vegas as to whether or not she will be running against Democratic U.S. Sen. Harry Reid. Continue reading…

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