All posts tagged "tax increase"

  • Opinion
    RINOs are bad for the Republican Party and America

    (Joseph Morabito) – Republicans In Name Only (RINOs) are bad for the Republican Party and America.  RINOs are nothing more than Socialists Lite willing to raise taxes, increase regulations and add to Local, State and National Debt by borrowing to fund Socialist Schemes. We just saw this is the state of Nevada where...

  • Opinion
    Blame guv, not 120-day session for budget slam-and-jam

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – Freshman Republican Assemblymen Erv Nelson and Chris Edwards appeared on a local PBS community affairs television show recently and advocated for annual sessions of the Nevada Legislature. As if these people don’t already do enough damage every OTHER year! The reason, according to the pair, is that 120...

  • Politics
    The 2 big problems with the tax-hike referendum

    UPDATE: WE DECIDE COALITION The We Decide Coalition, a project of Citizen Outreach, continues to research the options and viability for a citizen referendum on the $1.4 billion tax hike Gov. Brian Sandoval and the Nevada Legislature just shoved down our throats. I know many of you are champing at the bit...

  • Politics
    Those bleating, grating voices of ignorance and disapproval

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – When liberal blogger Jon Ralston is in high dudgeon over something conservatives are doing, you know conservatives must be doing something “right.” Such is the nascent effort to repeal the largest tax hike in Nevada history, recently passed by the Nevada Legislature and signed by Gov. Brian Sandoval…...

  • Politics
    Nevada taxpayers unleash fury on Heller’s support for Sandoval

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – If you want to know the real reason behind RINO Nevada Gov. Brian “America’s Worst Governor” Sandoval’s (R&R Partners) “announcement” this week that he will not be seeking U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s seat in next year’s election, consider the outrage that continues to pour forth from angry taxpayers...

  • Politics
    Anti-tax activists want Sandoval’s revenue plan on ballot

    (KSNV News3LV) – Las Vegas — A conservative political activist who fought Gov. Sandoval’s tax proposals has formed a group to place the just-approved state revenue plan before voters in 2016. Chuck Muth, president of Citizen Outreach, stated in his Friday column in the Nevada Appeal, that the new group called WeDecideCoalition will circulate...

  • Politics
    Nelson’s “perfumed” rhetoric betrays ignorance of Budget Reality

    (Ron Knecht) – Sunday, Assemblyman Erv Nelson and others broke their key election promises to fight huge destructive tax hikes and make state government operate reasonably.  Nelson used glittering generalities and platitudes to explain that he didn’t really understand matters very well back when he made his promises, even though he’s an...

  • Politics
    Keystone Corp reaped what it sowed

    (Chuck Muth) – Nevada political organization Keystone Corp’s stated mission is: “To recruit, support and advocate for candidates for public office who support private sector job creation, low taxation, a responsible regulatory environment, and effective delivery of essential state services.” Among Keystone’s stated goals is: “To oppose any form of corporate income taxes...

  • Government
    The Dirty Dozen and Sellout Seven

    (Chuck Muth) – Republicans this legislative session had 100 percent control of Nevada’s government for the first time since 1929. They used it in the Assembly on Sunday to shove, by a vote of 30-10, the largest tax increase in Nevada’s history down our collective throats and up our collective wazoos. A $1.5...

  • Government
    NPRI: Assembly passage of SB483 is why voters distrust politicians

    (NPRI) – Carson City — On the evening of March 31, the Assembly voted 30-10 to pass SB483, the largest tax increase in Nevada history. In response, NPRI executive vice president Victor Joecks released the following comments: Tonight is the reason voters don’t trust most politicians. Just a few months ago, all Republican politicians...

  • Opinion
    End of session punditry

    (Jim Clark) – As of my deadline, Governor Sandoval and members of the Nevada legislature are frantically trying to hammer together the most important parts of their agendas before adjournment which must take place by 1:00 AM, Tuesday, June 2. The problem is many players have different agendas.   By the time you read...

  • Politics
    NPRI: The governor’s refusal to compromise

    (Andy Matthews of NPRI) – We’re down to the final days of the Legislative Session and one thing is clear: Gov. Brian Sandoval is not interested in compromising on three key issues. As he gave his State of the State address, Sandoval laid out three priorities that he actually campaigned against during his...

  • Government
    NPRI: Quality Education Comes From Teachers, Not Buildings

    (NPRI) — In response to the Clark County School District announcement that Rex Bell and Lincoln elementary schools would be replaced if voters approve a $669 million tax increase in November, Victor Joecks, communications director at the Nevada Policy Research Institute, released the following comments: A quality education doesn’t come from a...