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
15 hours 55 min ago.
@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. Some exclusive polling numbers 2. Crystal balls still the same – my insiders four weeks out from early voting 3. Prediction of the week: How many Democrats in each house come 2017? 4. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week Good stuff from my insiders, including slight majority who think GOP keeps Senate, some who think Dems only get to 22 in Assembly. (I’m hoping for 21-21.) Many say the major races will be close, especially U.S. Senate. Is this, finally...
WELCOME TO THE WEEKLY REPORT This week: 1. A deep dive into recent polling numbers 2. Crystal balls on the stadium: Date of special, length of special, number of "no" votes (names for bonus)? 3. The PUC and the energy compromise 4. It's December 2017. What's most likely in order and why? A. You could be attending a Las Vegas Raiders game. B. Dean Heller will have announced his candidacy for governor. C. Brian Sandoval will no longer be governor. D. Sheldon Adelson will have sold the RJ. 5....
WELCOME TO THE WEEKLY REPORT This week: 1. Exclusive look at registration numbers -- good but not great for Dems 2. The stadium endgame cometh -- or does it? 3. Senate race update -- it's super-close 4. Smartest/dumbest moves of the week My insiders pretty much think the stadium vote will happen soon in both venues, although a dissenter or two surfaced. Most think the Senate race is a toss-up, and some think it could be in recount territory. (It’s too early for that, but it is going to be...
The Las Vegas Review-Journal always planned to publish answers from decision-makers about the owner's stadium plan, despite an email that seemed to imply otherwise, an editor said Wednesday. Managing Editor Glenn Cook was responding to a post in which I pointed out an email from one of his subordinates could be interpreted -- as some inside and outside the newspaper did – as using reporters to poll or even intimidate elected officials. “We completely deny any allegation that our reporters are...