All posts tagged "GOP"

  • Politics
    Look Out Taxpayers, Here Come the Republicans!

    (Chuck Muth) – It wasn’t supposed to be like this. When Republicans won the Governor’s office, as well as control of the State Senate and the State Assembly last November, Nevada taxpayers were supposed to be safe.  At least for this one session. Indeed, for this one session – the first time the...

  • Opinion
    The Republican Party…Quo Vadis?

    NN&V Exclusive (Stephen Allott) – Now that the dust has settled on the last election, maybe it is time for a little contemplative reflection.  For sure, it was a terrific testament to our system that over 125 million votes were cast in the Presidential election. But a closer analysis suggests a more...

  • Opinion
    GNP Could Replace GOP

    (Jim Clark) – Last month, I penned a column suggesting that if the GOP does not reach out more to minorities, particularly Latinos, the party may go the way of the Whigs for lack of relevancy. Bonanza readers followed up on that theme in letters to the editor.  Self-admitted progressive Richard Steinberger...

  • Politics
    Clark County Republican Party Past, Present, and Future

    The following letter from Frank Ricotta, Clark County Republican Party political director, was sent to members over the weekend. – Ed. The Clark County Republican Party according to its by-laws will support all Republican Candidates for office elected in the June 12, 2012 primaries. The CCRP will work with the Nevada State...

  • Opinion
    Goodbye, GOP

    (Roger Stone/The Stone Zone) – I registered to vote as a Republican the same day I turned 18. I registered so I could vote for Richard Nixon’s re-election in 1972. I was excited to join the party of Lincoln, Eisenhower, and Reagan. For one year before leaving for college I served on...

  • Politics
    No Matter How You Do The Math, The Numbers Favor The GOP

    NN&V Exclusive (Lori Piotrowski) – The GOP is on a roll, according to the math. Numbers are coming in from different sources are saying the same thing—this election has got voters’ attention, and they’re leaning right. Both the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire primary reported a record number of participants, and...

  • Government
    Message To GOP Super Committee: Embrace The Joy Of Failure

    (Wayne Allyn Root) – The Congressional “Super Committee” tasked with cutting the debt has failed. Good. Embrace the joy of failure. Sometimes failure works out for the best. Because in this case “failure” leads to the Holy Grail: $1.2 Trillion in forced spending cuts. That’s the best thing that could have ever...

  • Politics
    Why America Is Ready For A Third Party

    (Roger Stone/The Stone Zone) – As it dawns on voters that they may well have a choice between Barrack Obama and Mitt Romney a majority of voters favor a 3rd choice, if not a 3rd party. A stunning Washington Post/ABC News poll recently showed 61% of American voters wanted another choice in...

  • Politics
    It’s Time Republicans Embraced The Latino Voter

    (Jim Clark) – What the **** is wrong with the Republicans?  A nationally televised GOP presidential candidate...

  • Politics
    A Bi-Partisan Call for Partisan Redistricting

     (David Mansdoerfer) – Today, Citizen Outreach started a petition calling for Governor Sandoval to convene a special...

  • Government
    The NSEA Grading Sham

    NN&V Exclusive (David Mansdoerfer) – A lot has been made of the recent Nevada State Education Association...

  • Politics
    Welcome To The GOP, Kate

    (UNLVCR) – Today, the Nevada College Republicans are welcoming 2nd District congressional candidate Kate Marshall to the GOP after comments she made in a debate last night in Reno.Marshall took several traditionally Republican positions in the debate including advocating for the Balanced Budget Amendment, tax incentives for businesses, and criticizing the state’s...

  • Politics
    Voting Registration and Turnout – What Republicans Need to do to Turn Nevada Red in 2012

    (David Mansdoerfer) – As the 2012 election season begins to ramp up, it is important to look at Nevada’s recent voting trends and registration statistics in order to gain a picture of what the Republican Party will need to do to turn Nevada red. In 2008, by the close of registration for...

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