@jakeunlvdebate @UNLVdebate This is an excellent response to my joke.
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@ManitowocParody Shots? It was a joke!
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The UNLV debate team, I hear, is great. But it appears to have a problem defining “redundant.” t.co/mU0W0gfmZv
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Cat on a Hof tin roof. t.co/F6ZyV4uWlk
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Guys, I have exclusive footage of what happened today when one of my reporters tried to ask Dean Heller a question… t.co/oyIeK2eBd1
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@TheRubyRae @SinCityGrrrl Some set-up lines are irresistible.
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@TheRubyRae @SinCityGrrrl You should be used to that.
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Good to see the candidates agreeing to televised debates. We and @KTNV will have a Dem gov debate two days before e… t.co/UaO2XBP331
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Everyone knows it's Debbie. Wendy has stormy eyes.
(Stormy! I kill myself.) t.co/iTlZzAp8p8
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"It really sucks to be up here and running for re-election to a job I don't want because this guy… t.co/NJx38hDUHK
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The "winners" are: John Boehner, Barbara Cegavske's friends and Congress (fish in a barrel edition):
Frank Fahrenkopf, the only head of the American Gaming Association since its 1995 inception, is stepping down at the end of June. Like a great athlete getting out on top, Fahrenkopf leaves to plenty of encomia, as you will see below. He is a Reno guy, former RNC National Chairman and attorney who managed to keep the disparate gaming companies together (most of the time) and stay in a job that is the equivalent of having a board made up of Steve Wynn, Sheldon Adelson and Donald Trump. But no one...
The National Rifle Association is hosting an "elected officials-only classroom and range tutorial" this month to educate lawmakers on the "purpose and practical use of semi-automatic firearms and the differences between semi-automatic and automatic function." Although an email from the NRA to state lawmakers asserts the session was planned before the Newton tragedy, it also says "with the upcoming session looming...this is an extremely important debate and one in which accurate information is...
UPDATE: Reid just put out this statement on Monday at noon PT: "In my recent comments criticizing House Republicans for threatening to betray Congress' tradition of providing aid to disaster victims in a timely fashion regardless of region, I simply misspoke. I am proud to have been an advocate for disaster victims in the face of Republican foot-dragging, from Hurricane Katrina to Hurricane Sandy, from fires in the west to tornadoes in the Midwest. I have worked hard with Senator Landrieu to...
Making predictions shortly before an election is both arrogant and brave – I am sure the proverbial “others” would deploy other adjectives. But daring to unveil one’s Delphic powers a year in advance: That is hubris of a different order. Or, perhaps, sheer lunacy. But why come down from my lofty Pundit’s Perch, where you underlings peep about to find yourself honored by my predictions, so late in the game? It’s that time again to bravely go where I have gone so many times before. But before I...
"Ralston Retorts" commentary: GOP women trivialize gender bias with outrageous attacks on state Senate caucus
In case you missed it, here's my commentary from Thursday's "Ralston Reports" about that letter written by a group of GOP women attacking state Semate Minority Leader Michael Roberson for his supposed gender bias in snubbing colleague Barbara Cegavske:
A beautiful, sweet Nevada political story, surely with a happy ending: From outsider to anointed. That’s the Stavros Anthony tale as the former Metro cop and ex-regent who ran for office crusading against two Goodman family projects is about to be consecrated by the lobbyists who appear most frequently before the council and Goodman II. Next week at a fundraiser kicking off his re-election bid – invitation attached here – Anthony undoubtedly will rake in a small fortune at an event hosted by...
Among the many pleasures of my holiday season vacation, in between the excessive sleeping, drinking and eating, I devoured the latest Politico e-book: "The End of the Line." The excellent, detailed recitation by Jonathan Martin and Glenn Thrush of the last 34 days of the campaign contains a brief snippet about President Obama's "three-day cram session" in October at Lake Las Vegas in Henderson. The "scene out in the Westin resort.....was tense, surreal and unsettling, 'just full of bad vibes,'...
But, to be, fair, the sample size is not large. The question: Which newspaper do you trust the most for coverage of government/political news? Results: Las Vegas Sun 45% (59 votes) I don't trust any of 'em 32% (43 votes) Las Vegas Review-Journal 18% (24 votes) Reno Gazette-Journal 3% (5 votes) Total votes: 131 NEW POLL UP SOON....