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  • A Tale of Two Primary Bills

    Sen. Joyce Woodhouse (D-Las Vegas) has introduced a bill (SB 162) to move Nevada’s primary elections from mid-August to mid-June. Such...

    Chuck MuthMarch 5, 2009
  • Guv Suddenly Discovers State Sovereignty

    Responding to criticism yesterday by Democrat Rep. Shelley Berkley (D-Las Vegas) – who said it was “foolish” that he might reject...

    Chuck MuthMarch 5, 2009
  • Depends on Your Definition of “Essential”

    “Of course, providing adequate services takes money and that money must come from taxation,” Senate Minority Leader Bill Raggio (R-Reno) writes...

    Chuck MuthMarch 4, 2009
  • We All Play Different Roles

    “Richard Viguerie,” reports John Fund of Political Diary, “a direct mail expert who began his career after the Goldwater defeat of...

    Chuck MuthMarch 4, 2009
  • There He Goes Again

    Gov. Jim Gibbons was on the Heidi Harris talk show in Las Vegas this morning and continued to dissemble about the...

    Chuck MuthMarch 3, 2009
  • Welcome to Taxapalooza ’09

    “Legislative Democrats are looking at a revenue-raising plan that spreads the pain across most of the state’s major tax sources,” reported...

    Chuck MuthMarch 3, 2009
  • Heidi and the Beanstalk

    Las Vegas Sun reporter J. Patrick Coolican inked an opinion column yesterday which outlines the strategy and tactical advantages of the...

    Chuck MuthMarch 2, 2009
  • Before Stimulating New Jobs, First Do No Harm

    National defense is not and should not be a “jobs program.” OK, with that out of the way, let’s talk about...

    Chuck MuthMarch 1, 2009
  • A Divider, Not a Uniter

    Republican Assemblyman Tom Grady appeared on Nevada Newsmakers Tuesday and was asked the following: Marlene Lockard: “How much controversy does (Chuck...

    Chuck MuthFebruary 27, 2009
  • Another “Ed Head” Is Born

    In this week’s new guber-cast, Gov. Jim Gibbons declared, “I will not support use of any stimulus dollars to support new...

    Chuck MuthFebruary 27, 2009
  • Yet Another “Extremist”

    Senate Minority Leader Bill Raggio (R-Reno) has taken to calling people who take a hard line against tax hikes “extremists.”

    Chuck MuthFebruary 27, 2009
  • The Grady Bunch

    Republican Assemblyman Tom Grady was interviewed on Nevada Newsmakers this week and was asked by host Sam Shad why he voted...

    Chuck MuthFebruary 27, 2009
  • Oh, No…There Goes Tokyo, Go-Goi-Coechea

    Of all the lame excuses and spinning by the seven Republicans who voted for the third largest tax increase in history...

    Chuck MuthFebruary 26, 2009
  • Masters of the Art of Political War

    I still can’t believe I’m doing this. But fair is fair – and the only fair thing to do is give...

    Chuck MuthFebruary 26, 2009
  • Drive-By Muthings on Another GOP Defeat

    On the morning after getting royally screwed by some Assembly Republicans on the tax issue yet again, just some random rants...

    Chuck MuthFebruary 25, 2009
  • “Maybe” Mabey II: Garn’s Revenge

    OK, the first major test of Assembly Minority Leader Heidi Gansert’s leadership and fiscal conservative bona fides is now behind us.

    Chuck MuthFebruary 24, 2009
  • Turning a Deaf Ear to Sound Advice

    According to John Fund in today’s edition of Political Diary, Republican Gov. Rick Perry of Texas “remains skeptical and likely will...

    Chuck MuthFebruary 24, 2009

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