Saturday, January 31, 2015
Don't miss Adam's column in the Reno-Gazette Journal:
Last Friday, Nevada joined a majority of the other states in a lawsuit challenging President Obama's unconstitutional actions on immigration. Nevada did not join the lawsuit to make a statement about immigration. Rather, we joined the lawsuit to take a stand on behalf of Nevadans in support of the rule of law, the United States Constitution, and the separation of powers between the Congress and the president. Partisan critics were quick to call the lawsuit a "war on immigrants." Clearly this is not so.
It has never been true that in order to sympathize with the plight of immigrants, one must reject our constitutional system. As attorney general, my job is to protect and secure the interests of the state and defend our constitutional system. For that reason, Nevada joined the lawsuit.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Thank you for the trust and confidence - and for your votes - in helping me win last Tuesday's election. It will be an honor and privilege to serve as the next Attorney General for the great State of Nevada. We knew the challenges placed before us when we first entered this race. Our opponent had served two terms as Nevada's Secretary of State and he had a million-dollar head start. But we worked tirelessly, campaigning across Nevada, seeking support and earning your trust along the way. My pledge to you is that I will work just as tirelessly in office as I did on the campaign trail, fighting to protect Nevada's laws and our Constitution against federal overreach. We will do the things we promised on the campaign - protect Nevada's most vulnerable, lock away criminals, seek to provide our military families with affordable legal services, continue our efforts...