Politics & Policy

Nevada News Round-up

Senate

  • A former Nevada journalist pens a Politico piece on how the Nevada senate race has caused huge rifts in the state Republican party.

  • A Las Vegas Sun columnist notes the same.

  • Jon Ralston grades a Harry Reid ad attacking Sharron Angle on a past vote. Calling it “not wholly accurate,” he gives it a C. The ad focuses on a 1999 Assembly bill to create a fund to help nonprofit organizations pay for background checks on volunteers who work with children to see whether they had sexual offenses on their record.

  • File under fair-credit-where-due. A group of Chinese businessmen say Harry Reid is largely responsible for one-thousand manufacturing jobs soon coming to southern Nevada.

  • Bill Clinton hearts Harry Reid.

  • Two Angle supporters were cited for disorderly conduct outside the Reid-Clinton rally.

House

  • No surprise, the conservative-libertarian Las Vegas Review Journal editorial page endorses Republican Joe Heck.

  • Also no surprise, the Las Vegas Sun endorses Titus.

  • Check out Battle ‘10’s report on their Monday night debate here.

  • The two candidates debate tonight for the third time this week.

Governor

  • The new Suffolk poll has Republican Sandoval beating Rory Reid 50-39 despite this week’s attempted smear.

  • An expert said the proving documents sent to the Reno Gazette Journal by the Rory Reid campaign were “inconclusive.” Looks like there is no There there. 

Most Popular

Hunter Biden on Tape?

In a newly released recording, a man purported to be Hunter Biden is heard rambling about (a) his legal representation of Patrick Ho, a convicted former Hong Kong official he refers to as “the f***ing spy chief of China”; (b) his business dealings with Ye Jianming, the corrupt Chinese high roller, whom Hunter ... Read More

Hunter Biden on Tape?

In a newly released recording, a man purported to be Hunter Biden is heard rambling about (a) his legal representation of Patrick Ho, a convicted former Hong Kong official he refers to as “the f***ing spy chief of China”; (b) his business dealings with Ye Jianming, the corrupt Chinese high roller, whom Hunter ... Read More
Media

‘Anonymous’ Falls Flat

On the menu today: The op-ed page of the New York Times made the deliberate decision to hoodwink America about the identity of “Anonymous”; the sense of guilt that pervades legacy media -- a very apt label; and wondering whether or not we will even see long lines on Election Day with early voting being so ... Read More
Media

‘Anonymous’ Falls Flat

On the menu today: The op-ed page of the New York Times made the deliberate decision to hoodwink America about the identity of “Anonymous”; the sense of guilt that pervades legacy media -- a very apt label; and wondering whether or not we will even see long lines on Election Day with early voting being so ... Read More
Elections

Hell, No

Editor’s Note: If you would like to read more pros and cons on voting for President Trump, further essays on the subject, each from a different perspective, can be found here, here, and here. These articles, and the one below, reflect the views of the individual authors, not of the National Review editorial ... Read More
Elections

Hell, No

Editor’s Note: If you would like to read more pros and cons on voting for President Trump, further essays on the subject, each from a different perspective, can be found here, here, and here. These articles, and the one below, reflect the views of the individual authors, not of the National Review editorial ... Read More
Music

Stevie Nicks, Like Springsteen, Preaches and Preens

In the 1970s, Stevie Nicks and Bruce Springsteen made impressions on pop-music culture with romantic rock landmarks, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours album and Springsteen’s Born to Run. But their new 2020 releases, Nicks’s single “Show Them the Way” and Springsteen’s Letter to You film and album, make the ... Read More
Music

Stevie Nicks, Like Springsteen, Preaches and Preens

In the 1970s, Stevie Nicks and Bruce Springsteen made impressions on pop-music culture with romantic rock landmarks, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours album and Springsteen’s Born to Run. But their new 2020 releases, Nicks’s single “Show Them the Way” and Springsteen’s Letter to You film and album, make the ... Read More