I have talked a lot about the GOP ground game this year in NV -- and we have reported on same -- but @KarlRove show… t.co/qs1SvXE3rC
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@Wheeler4Nevada Happy for you to name one. The one that accurately represented what you said -- you know, when you… t.co/IX5DGLuUFc
3 hours 35 min ago.
Thoughtful piece on Hof and his legacy. t.co/TOUAx5KmED
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@RightWingPilot I know of none. Also, nothing comparable to this.
3 hours 54 min ago.
I also want to remind everyone that the editor who has made the decision to allow this newspaper to be used as an i… t.co/NT1ZiGwwpT
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This is how you try to influence voters through placement of stories (credit at least for the subhead). No real edi… t.co/9pvtw4kU6r
4 hours 11 min ago.
Great longread from @MichelleRindels on brothel workers defending what they do at forum. t.co/inU6LqQsce
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The great @adamnagourney on Laxalt and Heller -- and others --and their California fear-mongering to rev up the bas… t.co/NNc3PYgI57
4 hours 26 min ago.
A lame duck who does not hobble into history..... t.co/8IJXUledJR
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@LoganBrittain1 @TimothyCapwell Thanks for getting me.
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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...