Nevada's largest newspaper endorses Sharron Angle

Thomas Lifson
The Las Vegas Review-Journal has never been known as a conservative paper, yet the daily has just endorsed Sharron Angle over incumbent Harry Reid for Senate. Although editorial endorsements by newspapers are not as influential as they once were, this one could carry some clout with wavering Nevadans. Harry Reid's appeal lies with his presumed influence and ability to deliver the goods. But the paper identifies him as a water boy for Obama's failed policies and refutes the notion that Angle is an extremist.

The Review-Journal is one of a number of newspapers which has signed up with a lawyer who sues websites which quote it, so there will be no excerpts published here. Readers may read the original here.

Hat tip: David Freddoso, Ed Lasky
The Las Vegas Review-Journal has never been known as a conservative paper, yet the daily has just endorsed Sharron Angle over incumbent Harry Reid for Senate. Although editorial endorsements by newspapers are not as influential as they once were, this one could carry some clout with wavering Nevadans. Harry Reid's appeal lies with his presumed influence and ability to deliver the goods. But the paper identifies him as a water boy for Obama's failed policies and refutes the notion that Angle is an extremist.

The Review-Journal is one of a number of newspapers which has signed up with a lawyer who sues websites which quote it, so there will be no excerpts published here. Readers may read the original here.

Hat tip: David Freddoso, Ed Lasky