The Election Deniers conference is underway in Northern Nevada.
Nearly every speaker has said the 2020 election w… t.co/1orsBKDCxr
15 hours 29 min ago.
"...our country is amid a recession, and this bill will only deepen our country’s economic troubles,"… t.co/KBNfUUarw2
15 hours 50 min ago.
1 day 12 hours ago.
"If the president declassifies them, it is not illegal."
1 day 13 hours ago.
"The review, required under a minority language assistance provision of the Federal Voting Rights Act, concluded th… t.co/SRMgX5ajQf
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Follow @s_golonka for what promises to be a hearing with ample nuttiness.
I really should be giving him combat pay… t.co/6xVnG5FHAV
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"As a former prosecutor and Nevada Attorney General, I know what justice looks like – and this is far from it. I ha… t.co/Knhnnk0qPU
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With Bernie Sanders up since the holidays, Hillary Clinton on Friday began advertising in the all-important state of...Nevada. It's an equal pay ad.
AND THE PING PONG CONTINUES AS THE LG RESPONDS TO THE TREASURER WHO HAD RESPONDED TO THE LG WHO WAS RESPONDING TO THE AG -- THIS IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, STILL, 1/8/16, 4:15PM: "The Treasurer has a history of questionable decision making and inaccurate statements. His recent comments are no exception." THE TREASURER RESPONDS TO THE LG WHO WAS RESPONDING TO THE AG -- THIS IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, 1/8/16, 9:30 AM: “I am outraged at Mr. Hutchison’s statement which borders on pure fantasy...
The vuvuzelas blared and goals were scored, but this was no soccer game. Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Democrats jammed into the MGM Grand's conference center Wednesday evening for a Battle Born/Battleground First in the West Caucus Dinner (Can't you feel the hype?) to listen to the party's three presidential candidates make their pitches. Although many in the crowd may not have emerged with their eardrums fully intact, thanks to the inexplicable and obnoxious plastic stadium horns from the...
The Prince in Winter: Harry Reid enters his final year after forging an unusual bond with the president
Nearly a quarter-century into his capital career, Harry Mason Reid was the leader who wasn’t. Elected in 1982 after a rollercoaster career in Nevada, Reid had shown a fierce determination in climbing the rungs to become Senate Democratic leader 22 years later. But the guy with the stooped shoulders and shuffling gait might have been mistaken for a file clerk in the halls of the Capitol instead of the most powerful Democrat in the Club of 100. He was the leader who rarely appeared on the Sunday...
The Public Lands Foundation and the National Association of Retired Forest Service Employees essentially make the point others have: The inaction by the feds in Nevada enabled what happened in Oregon. 2016_01_05_AttGenLtr.pdf by Jon Ralston
This is right next to Trump's ice rink in Central Park: