Socialism, Starbucks and the Raw Power of Money: A Peek at Sheldon Adelson’s Possible To-Do List

Apparently, Sheldon Adelson is set on protecting the way of American life from socialism, Democrats, and George Soros, a well-known philanthropist and supporter of progressive / liberal causes, and he won’t stop at using money to influence elections to do it. In an interview for an upcoming Forbes magazine issue, Adelson speaks out about his […]

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Kathleen Vermillion Vs. Steve Sisolak: Round 3 or 4 (Admittedly, We’ve Lost Count)

When does a smear become too personal? And when do personal attacks go too far? For answers, let’s take a look at Kathleen Vermillion vs. Steve Sisolak, former lovers that have graduated to that illustrious and all too frequent uplevel of relationship known as the bitter enemy stage. The crux of Kathy Vermillion’s very public […]

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Kate Marshall or Mark Amodei?

Apathy and low turnout is the mark of a recent headline at the New York Times covering the election in Nevada’s Second Congressional District.  Where’s the interest?  Why aren’t people lining up at the polls? There’s been a lot of grumblings about the candidates in the press, describing them as lackluster and decrying their over […]

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