The right choice in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race is as clear as Heck

On July 6, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

Allow me to be one of the first to officially welcome Congressman Joe Heck into the race to replace Sen. Harry Reid in the United States Senate. His anointed Democrat opponent, Catherine Cortez-Masto, is a partisan left-winger who would essentially be Sen. Reid’s sixth term – but without the clout. Cortez-Masto has served as a […]

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Cross-examination of Woodbury’s defense

On July 3, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! Yes, July 2nd is our nation’s actual Independence Day…which is officially celebrated on the Fourth of July. Let the “illegal” fireworks begin! CROSS-EXAMINATION OF WOODBURY’S DEFENSE I’ve known former Clark County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury since 1995, back in the days when I served as Clark County Republican Party (CCRP) chairman and Nevada […]

 

Conservatives pursuing two-pronged, scorched-Earth war on Tax Hike

On July 1, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

Nevadans all across the state are “fioreous” over the recently passed largest tax hike in Nevada’s history – including the creation of a new gross receipts tax very similar to the one Nevada voters overwhelmingly rejected last November by almost 80 percent! And there are two distinct camps preparing to counter-attack in the 2016 campaign […]

Federal Land Grab Far Bigger Problem than No-Cost Sugar Program

On June 29, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

When the opening line of a column inked by a former congressman reads, “The EPA just finalized one of the biggest land grabs in American history,” it’s a column that demands to be read. In an op-ed published Monday by The Hill, former Rep. Larry Combest (R-Texas) warns that a new rule enacted by the […]

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“Hammond Vouchers” will end government’s monopoly over education

On June 28, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

About the only thing Republicans did right in the 2015 legislative session was to place a stake squarely over the heart of Nevada’s failure factories and took the first big whack at the public school monopoly that has been killing the futures of so many of our children for so many years. Officially, they’re called […]

 

Politicians lie, but when it comes to the Tax Pledge the numbers don’t

On June 25, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

Liberals and RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) hate the Taxpayer Protection Pledge with, as Diane Chambers once put it on Cheers, “the white-hot intensity of a thousand suns.”  And there’s a very good reason for that… It works. In signing the Tax Pledge, a candidate promises the voters of his or her district that he […]

Nevada Legislature: Do as we say, not as we do!

On June 25, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

Here’s what’s holding up everybody who wants to repeal the largest tax hike in Nevada history through a ballot referendum… According to the Nevada Constitution… “Each law enacted by the Legislature shall embrace but one subject, and matter, properly connected therewith, which subject shall be briefly expressed in the title.” Now here’s how your Legislature […]

 

It’s not a free market if the market isn’t free of government intervention

On June 23, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

How in the world does a country “hampered by inadequate moisture and poor (sugar) cane quality, small farm size, lack of mechanization, and underutilization of cane mills” nevertheless find itself the world’s second largest sugar exporter? Through the world of government intervention, that’s how. In a recent study conducted for the American Sugar Alliance (ASA), […]

Jason Day, Thomas Edison & Jon Ralston walk into a bar…

On June 21, 2015, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

FATHER’S DAY MINUS ONE This is the first time in 15 years that I will be celebrating Father’s Day without my first born. She’s in Switzerland as we speak. Kristen (R) and her friend Mindy (L) successfully raised over $17,000 in sponsorships in less than three months this spring to pay the tuition for a […]