All posts tagged "Republican Party"

  • Opinion
    Washington Completes Caucuses, Returns To Status Quo Ante

    (Rich Galen, Mullings) – After every election activity – caucuses, state conventions, primaries – the press corps and cable nets have assured us they knew what happened, what it means, and what it will lead to. That they (ok, I’ll include myself), have been off-target week after week after week makes no difference....

  • Politics
    Galen: Give my Regards to Broadway

    A close fight among the Presidential candidates burst in New York on its primary election, Tuesday, April...

  • Government
    Obama To Pin Up Presidential Legacy With Strong Foreign Relations

    President Barrack Obama is settling down his Presidency by leaving a legacy of top foreign relations with...

  • Politics
    Clark County GOP Chairman Ed Williams Faces Ethics Complaint

    There is no other greatest act of disloyalty to your own party but taking secretly something that...

  • Politics
    Washoe GOP, Nevada Log Cabin Republicans stand for LGBT rights

    (Adam Khan, Washoe County Republican Party) – As the 2016 elections rapidly approach, the Washoe County Republican Party is gearing up its efforts to register Republican voters and make sure that the failed policies of the past six years come to an abrupt halt. As Americans, we are incredibly blessed to live in the greatest...

  • Politics
    SandRINOval is “Fioreous” over Tax Repeal Referendum

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – Nevada Gov. Brian “America’s Worst Governor” Sandoval’s initials ain’t B.S. for nuthin’. Indeed, if anyone needs further proof of what a liberal, card-carrying RINO (Republican in Name Only) this guy is, gets a load of what he said about our efforts to repeal his largest tax increase in...

  • Politics
    Republican presidential debate recap

    (Rick Manning, NetRightDaily.com) – And they’re off. The Republican presidential campaign is off and running with the first...

  • Politics
    The Trump Card

    (Robert Romano) – It had all of the makings of a classic gotcha moment. At the start...

  • Opinion
    Does the Nevada Legislature Benefit from Political Caucuses?

    (Walt Nowosad) – The following is a point-by-point response to a recent column published by Assemblyman Pat...

  • 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
    Caucus Chaos: My After-Action Report

    (Chuck Muth) – * After initially predicting over 100,000 Republicans would participate in the Nevada GOP presidential...

  • 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...