Is this your final answer, sir? t.co/AVhiTD61bP
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“...threatened the safety, liberty and peace of students of color, students who support Bernie Sanders and resident… t.co/FHrsfId4YQ
4 hours 42 min ago.
Great read on prison program by @MichelleRindels and a superb video via @janasayson. t.co/G4PVl6qrrh
5 hours 9 min ago.
“I received tons of resistance from those principals wanting to do anything, so it’s shocking to me that we’re goin… t.co/S08fOdBAYL
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Paying James Comey $54,000? $54,000?
Really, UNLV? t.co/6mJYEixjJo
5 hours 57 min ago.
We broke news last night of a lawsuit filed by a key figure in the original @WSJ story that brought down Steve Wynn. t.co/MmcbQd6oj8
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NV’s lone GOP delegation member still has more of an open mind than most House Repubs: “I’m where I was before. I d… t.co/bm1weoM55t
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Good morning from NV where on this date 51 years ago, family-friendly Circus Circus opened on the Strip. No hotel t… t.co/PgtoqZnCBe
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@WSJ Of course I meant CEO, not chairman. Mea culpa.
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This is a pretty explosive lawsuit because it names the current chairman of Wynn Resorts and alleges a pattern of n… t.co/ZskPy9u6nJ
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In a new ad airing in Reno, Secretary of State Ross Miller, running for attorney general, shows he understands the potential impact of an attack from an outside group. The new spot, which you can watch below, has the requisite ominous music as the State Government Leadership Foundation is described, followed by some obnoxious pundit calling the outfit's ad false and then pivoting to Miller's law enforcement endorsements. I'm not sure I would have repeated those images of an apparently cavorting...
3:40 PM, UPDATED BELOW WITH REID AD, TOO: No one has spoken out more against The Education Initiative than Gov. Brian Sandoval. He has described the margin tax in terms generally reserved for what the world would look like after nuclear armageddon. So I find it quite delicious that the Clark County Education Association, in the first ad in the battle for education funding this cycle, uses Sandoval in its pitch. No mention of the margin tax. But it's there, in spirit. Narrator: Everyone agrees...
After Mark Hutchison went up on the air with a relatively small buy and a gauzy, positive ad, Sue Lowden is putting an ad on the air reiterating her attack on the state senator for voting to enable Obamacare. The ad is a distilled version of a one-minute ad Lowden ran earlier before a non-televised Elko debate in that rural county. It's a FOX buy. I hear inveterate Republican voters watch that station. Here's the ad: