Live on MSNBC in just a few. Tune in or miss out on the wisdom of the ages. Or at least tonight's. Or at least in t… t.co/7DDkbV1Kyk
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Proud to have modeled @TheNVIndy after @TexasTribune and proud to have @evanasmith as a mentor in this great advent… t.co/PI9lqZA0xW
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@VIRIVIDAL @jmartNYT If they post one!
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@CarlBunce @SebGorka I said no such thing. Not even close. Nor do most thoughtful people, which you used to be befo… t.co/LUEyOv8lpx
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The Clark County GOP chair is back, saying his nutty tweet from yesterday (t.co/iSB8wvUsj2) was validated,… t.co/TOFRCRL9CG
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All networks are equal. Some are more equal than others. t.co/z3MfkHxhsM
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@jmartNYT (makes note to self)
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I will be making my long-awaited, much-anticipated return to MSNBC tonight with Brian Williams about 8:15 PT. Trump… t.co/14I26drplo
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Forest Service hopes for little grousing about its new plan. t.co/9uANnTCTR7
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So proud of Jake, the bravest, most resilient person I have known. t.co/zhBCheEVxW
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@SteveSebelius @SteveSisolak Sounds so familiar, but just can’t place it. Sounds like Mel Brooks.
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WELCOME TO THE WEEKLY REPORT This week: 1. GOP convention post-mortem 2. Prediction of the week: What will AG Adam Laxalt be doing in 2018? 3. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week On the eve of the Philadelphia coronation of Hillary Clinton (wait, who is that guy with the unkempt white hair sneaking up behind her during her acceptance speech?) and after the Disaster in Cleveland (I alone am allowed to say that), I asked my insiders to reflect on the Republicans, look ahead to Adam Laxalt’s...
Newt on Cruz: Newt on Clinton: Trump's acceptance speech:
Heck at HIP: Ruffin at RNC: Cruz's non-endorsement: Ruffin and Trump's bills:
Here's what I have done so far, and I will try to post these every night or AM. On GOP overplaying its hand when it has such a good hand to play on Hillary: On Day 2 of Cleveland: On Hillary's visit to Vegas: On GOP Chair Michael McDonald saying Vegas is the state capital: Previewing Day 2 of GOP convention: On Day One of the GOP convention: More on Day One: My debut:
WELCOME TO THE WEEKLY REPORT This week: 1. Four months left, and you get an exclsuive look at what the voter registration numbers really mean 2. Prediction of the week: Where will Prince Harry be next year? 3. What is going on in Nevada's energy world? 4. Stadium update 5. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week My insiders returned from their break with great stuff: Consensus that stadium will be built, probably on Wild West site, maybe with infusion of, ahem, interest from newly minted multi-...
My thoughts on the new Monmouth poll showing the presidential and Senate races close (Hillary up 4, Joe Heck up 2) in Nevada: 1. Forty-four percent (!) of Nevada voters say they think Hillary committed a crime. Danger, Will Robinson! 2. Clinton and Trump fave/unfaves almost identical. That's surprising and not good for her. 3. More than half of the voters (55 percent) have "no opinion" on the two-term attorney general, Catherine Cortez Masto -- and that's AFTER hundreds of thousands of dollars...
UPDATED, 2:15 PM, 7/11/16: It may be even worse than it looks for the GOP, if history is a guide. I have already showed you how far ahead of the last two presidential cycles the Democrats are. But because they have so many groups doing voter registration this time -- locals such as the Culinary as well as national activists -- and the GOP only really has the party (such as it is) and Engage NV, consider what could happen during the next four months: ►On July 1, 2008, the GOP deficit was 55,560...
GOP Rep. Cresent Hardy, considered one of the more vulnerable incumbents in the country, is in a dead heat with Democratic state Sen. Ruben Kihuen, according to a new poll from the National Republican Congressional Committee. Hardy has 38 percent and Kihuen has 36 percent, meaning that about a quarter of the electorate chose a minor candidate or is undecided. The survey also shows Donald Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton by 7 percent in the strongly Democratic district that President Obama twice...