Since the 2020 election concluded, voting issues have come to the forefront for our nation. Some contend the election was “rigged” while others insist it was fair. I won’t speak to whether or not this most recent election was conducted fairly for all … [Read more...] about The Right to Vote: Restoring Confidence in Elections
November may seem far away now, but plans for the next elections are already well underway. Now is the time to start researching the field of candidates to decide who you want to represent your interests when the Legislature convenes in February … [Read more...] about November 2014 Elections: Support Pro-Business Candidates Now
As difficult as it is to believe, it’s election season. It’s that wonderful time every couple of years when citizens are bombarded with campaign messages from the media, outdoor, online and virtually every imaginable source, all in an effort to get … [Read more...] about Election Season is Upon Us: Let the Games Begin
Participate in the Process In the last few years I’ve noticed a disturbing trend from both Democrats and Republicans. When elections don’t go the way they want them to, both sides are guilty of trying to circumvent the system through recalls or … [Read more...] about You Get What You Vote For
Having begun on February 4th of this year, the 80th session of the Nevada Legislature is off and running and the liberal House and Senate are already flexing their muscles. The new majority is looking to change the business friendly nature of Nevada … [Read more...] about Democrats Flex: Legislature Endangers Nevada’s Future
With the defeat of Question 3 from the most recent election, I believe people are beginning to see the absolute detriment of changing the Nevada constitution in ways that aren’t sustainable. Another hurdle along those same lines that we’ll be facing … [Read more...] about Outrageous Property Tax Increases on the Horizon: Nevada Legislature Democrats Push SJR14
How do you solve a problem like Senator Dean Heller? He was elected on a conservative platform, touting conservative values and the moral high ground. But, since he was elected, his voting record tells a different story. It’s a common tale in the … [Read more...] about A Wolf in Republican Clothing: The Dean Heller Dilemma
The recent passage of our state’s largest tax package, which came on the heels of a ballot in which Nevadans overwhelmingly rejected a similar business tax, makes it abundantly clear that our state politicians have no regard for the wishes of the … [Read more...] about Time to Kick the Kids Out of the House and Do a Bit of Damage Control
A current State Senator of Nevada, Michael Roberson is not just any State Senator, he’s the Majority Leader. He also appears to resemble one of those ineffective Republicans in Congress and now he wants to be one. Many Nevada business leaders … [Read more...] about Senator Michael Roberson – This Man Doesn’t Represent Us
Standing out in a field of Republican candidates, many of whom with extremely strong qualities, is not easy. Regardless, Marco Rubio is quickly becoming a major contender in this Presidential race. Having performed well in the last two Republican … [Read more...] about Who is Marco Rubio? He’s a Contender
Everyone knows who Hillary Clinton is and most of us know something about many of the Republican nominees running for President. But, do you know who Ben Carson is? As I began learning about him, I asked a number of people if they had ever heard of … [Read more...] about Who is Ben Carson? Is This Guy a Real Deal?
The November elections may be over, but many people still have a bad taste in their mouths when remembering how some politicians conducted themselves. The unrelenting barrage of negative campaign ads was bad enough, but we actually had two Democrats … [Read more...] about Carpetbaggers or Statesmen? Nevada Legislators, Fix this Ridiculous Flaw!