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  • Sandoval and the Tax Pledge

    Immediately upon announcing as a Republican candidate for governor last week, former federal judge Brian Sandoval declared that the would not...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 20, 2009
  • In Sickness and In Health

    When it comes to the Taxpayer Protection Pledge, Jon Ralston at the Las Vegas Sun, Steve Sebelius of CityLife and I...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 20, 2009
  • Is Sandoval Deja Vu All Over Again?

    Minutes after stepping down from his lifetime appointment as a federal judge so that Barack Obama and Harry Reid could fill...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 16, 2009
  • The Tales of Wiley Virus

    It seems every few months some fool crawls out from under his or her rock and all but begs me club...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 9, 2009
  • Obama’s Teachable Moment

    U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) thinks it’s OK for Fearless Leader to beam his visage directly into American classrooms today for...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 8, 2009
  • Jodi and the RINOcats

    Jodi Stephens, a former staffer in Gov. Jim Gibbons’ administration, has thrown her hat in the ring for the state Assembly...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 6, 2009
  • That was Then…This is Now

    As anyone who knows me knows, one of the unpardonable sins for me in politics is hypocrisy – such as campaigning...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 5, 2009
  • Ben’s Guru Drops Cyber-Ball

    If only Republican state senate candidate Ben Kieckhefer had attended my candidate training seminar in Reno last July this never would...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 4, 2009
  • Ensign Shucks and Jives

    Sen. John Ensign met privately with about a dozen GOP activists this week to apologize for the “distraction” caused by his...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 4, 2009
  • Ensign Pulls a Boner

    Also during the above-referenced meeting, Sen. John Ensign reportedly said that Gov. Jim Gibbons probably couldn’t get re-elected next year and...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 4, 2009
  • Clunker Bright Idea Bombs

    OK, so the problem was America’s Big Three domestic automakers were going under, weighted down by Big Labor unionization. Something had...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 2, 2009
  • Kiddie Porn, Bridges and Taxes, Oh My!

    Tax revenues continue to decline and yet another kick-the-can-down-the-road special session of the Legislature appears inevitable this fall, so naturally it’s...

    Chuck MuthSeptember 1, 2009
  • The Fix is In

    Candidates thinking of running for state Senate seats have been told to prepare for an audition before Senate Minority Leader Bill...

    Chuck MuthAugust 31, 2009
  • The Smart Play

    One of the more frustrating experiences I suffer every election cycle as a political pundit/consultant is hearing GOP candidates tell me...

    Chuck MuthAugust 27, 2009
  • About that Transparency Website

    The following letter was emailed to Gov. Jim Gibbons this morning….

    Chuck MuthAugust 23, 2009
  • New Sheriff In Town

    As he prepares for a run for the seat of term-limited moderate state Sen. Randolph Townsend, conservative Assemblyman Ty Cobb (R-Reno)...

    Chuck MuthAugust 21, 2009
  • A Tale of Two Apologies

    South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford was Citizen Outreach’s keynote speaker at the first annual Conservative Leadership Conference we held in Reno...

    Chuck MuthAugust 21, 2009

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