Nevada

Outsider Erik Prince Looking At Challenging Establishment Senator John Barrasso

While Erik Prince’s views on the conservative agenda need to be explored further before we can make any kind of endorsement, we do know a lot of things we don’t like about Senator John Barrasso, and first among them is his crony relationship with Mitch McConnell.

School Choice Gets a Big Win in Nevada Court Decision

Lindsey Burke, CNS News

A trial court judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) against Nevada’s nearly universal education savings account (ESA) program. Education savings accounts enable families to completely customize their child’s educational experience, and ensure students can match education options and providers to their unique learning needs.

Brian Sandoval: Obama’s GOP Trojan Horse for the Supreme Court

John Fund, National Review

If Sandoval is appointed by President Obama, you can expect him to be a master politician if any confirmation hearings are held. “He will say things that please both sides, just as he has in Nevada,” one state legislator told me. “He will fuzz up his judicial philosophy and say he has an open mind. But the record on how he has governed in Nevada speaks volumes.”

Exits: Voter Anger Fueling Trump Phenomenon

Mike Flynn, Breitbart

Donald Trump’s victory was a fait accompli once entrance polls revealed that 59 percent of the Republican electorate was “angry” with the federal government. The angriest Republican electorate to date also delivered Trump’s most resounding victory.

New Rep Hardy on TEAParty Conservatism, Libertarianism

Amber Phillips, Las Vegas Sun

Hardy is focused on how he can use his blend of Tea Party conservatism and pragmatic libertarianism to lift gov't's burden on Nevadans. "I'm about as far right as you can get on the issues. But I'm a realist," he added. 

Encouraging Signs for GOP in Early Voting

Rick Moran, American Thinker

After this election, Dems may rethink their strategy about early voting. We find that early voting totals in Nevada, Iowa, Louisiana, Colorado, and Florida all favor the GOP.

GOP Rep. Aims to Cut Funding for Fed. 'Paramilitary Units' After BLM Dispute

Fox News Staff

Utah GOP Rep. Chris Stewart wants to crack down on the proliferation of armed law enforcement units within the federal government, on the heels of the standoff last month between supporters of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and a federal land agency.

Nevada Standoff a Symptom of Increasing Authoritarianism

Ron Paul, InfoWars.com

If the Nevada land in question was privately owned, the dispute over whether to allow the ranchers to continue to use it would have been resolved without sending in armed agents to remove the Bundys’ cattle from the land. This is why the gov't should rid itself of all federal land holdings.

Adam Laxalt for Attorney General

Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review

A new face with a familiar name seeks office in Nevada. Adam Paul Laxalt wants to be the next attorney general of Nevada. His grandfather was a senator and governor of Nevada and close friend to Ronald Reagan.

GOP Cracking Down on Primary Calendar (Watch Out FL)

Beth Reinhard, National Journal

The RNC is expected to stiffen penalties against states that schedule early primaries (excluding Iowa, New Hampshire, S. Carolina, or Nevada). Florida, this means you.