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Jeb! can’t hide Bush name behind exclamation point
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Guest Column:
Substituting an exclamation point for his inconvenient last name, Jeb! has officially entered the presidential race. Why isn’t everyone else quaking in fear?
Obama’s inaction on cyberattacks reveals perilous lack of preparation
Saturday, June 20, 2015
guest column:
Although many details of the massive cyberattack against U.S. government personnel records are still not public, its strategic implications are plain. Washington remains unprepared in cyberspace, floundering and unable to articulate its intentions and capabilities on this new battlefield.
Responsibility preachers shirk own duties
Saturday, June 20, 2015
guest column:
Whenever I write about people who are struggling, I hear from readers who say something like: Folks need to stop whining and get a job. It’s all about personal responsibility.
Will Obama’s coalition readily accept Clinton?
Saturday, June 20, 2015
guest column:
His campaign is a long shot, but I’m happy to see Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders putting forth a good impersonation of a serious challenge to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Like a near-sighted javelin thrower, the self-described democratic socialist may not score many points, but he’ll keep the crowd alert.
Photo: Holly Madison and Claire Sinclair attend the 2015
Holly Madison signs off on ‘Rabbit Hole’; numbers crunch led to Grimm decision at Vinyl
Friday, June 19, 2015
Holly Madison is to promote her new book “Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny” on July 1 with a book signing at ...
ESA option allows parents to better guide youths’ education
Friday, June 19, 2015
guest column:
Imagine being able to create a tailored, made-to-order education for your child.
Residents exploit open-carry laws in scary ways
Friday, June 19, 2015
guest column:
Life in America requires a lot of preparation. For instance, when you’re getting ready for a plane trip, you imagine what you’ll do if a problem arises — flight delay, long lines at security. But I bet you haven’t considered the best way to react if the man in front of you on the airport escalator has a gun dangling from his shoulder.
Democrats finally are embracing their ideals
Friday, June 19, 2015
guest column:
Last Friday, House Democrats shocked almost everyone by rejecting key provisions needed to complete the Trans-Pacific Partnership, an agreement the White House wants but much of the party doesn’t. A day later, Hillary Clinton formally began her campaign for president, and surprised most observers with an unapologetically liberal and populist speech.
Photo: A rendering shows a renovated Center Bar at the Ha
Final notes being played at famed Center Bar in Hard Rock Hotel
Thursday, June 18, 2015
That Hard Rock Hotel's Center Bar is long overdue of an overhaul, and this week hotel officials announced plans to redesign that space beginning June 29.
Photo: Michael Grimm performs at Ovation Lounge at Green
‘Unforeseen circumstances’ cut short Michael Grimm’s run at Hard Rock Hotel
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Michael Grimm’s latest foray into a Las Vegas residency has been cut short. His run at Vinyl in the Hard Rock Hotel was canceled effective today. A hotel spokeswoman who issued the announcement cited ...
Photo: Alan Ritchson, a Blue Man and Joe Jonas at Blue Ma
Something Blue is brewing at Monte Carlo; venue-shuffling action with Frankie Moreno, YBR, Lon Bronson
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
The buzz is strong, and it’s been relatively sudden, about the activity at the Monte Carlo. Reported elsewhere is the fact that the hotel is due for some high measure of rebranding.
Photo: Jason Paige and Jason Byous from Moulin Rouge in F
Musical theater comes to Light Nightclub
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
The Kats Report:
Baz brings a different kind of show to the Mandalay Bay nightclub.
Best attack plan for Hillary’s rivals is to keep moving left, attack her ethics
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
guest:
Before anything else is said, they deserve the thanks of a grateful nation. Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley, even Lincoln Chafee: They are stepping up where others quailed, laying their bodies on democracy’s altar, saving their party’s nominating contest from resembling a presidential re-election in Kazakhstan.
Hillary Clinton looks to create a new self with focus on reforms
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
guest column:
Hillary Clinton is tied as closely as a candidate can be to two Democratic administrations past. But she intends to wage her presidential campaign around a rich menu of policies and plans that are about the future.
Battle of the abortion decisions
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
guest column:
It’s been a dismal stretch for a woman’s right to choose. Not everywhere — I swear that if you stay with me there’s going to be a bright spot. But, first, I’m afraid we’re going to have to talk about Texas.

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