California’s bullet train won’t be carrying passengers anytime soon, but it has one practical use. It’s a tangible illustration of what happens when political promises meet reality.
Over the last decade, Vermont tried to implement a single-payer health care scheme. It couldn’t pull it off.
California is infamous for its sky-high housing prices. Evidence from Texas suggests that applying the law of supply and demand would help alleviate that problem.
If you think Americans pay a lot in taxes, the numbers show you’re right.
If only “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” applied to the national debt.
Barack Obama is so worried about global warming that he’s about to buy a $14.8 million mansion on Martha’s Vineyard.
Over 2,150 people raked in at least $100,000 apiece last year from the Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada.
A super majority on the Clark County Commission just voted to increase the sales tax. They’re going to figure out how to spend it later.
People should have to be eligible for food stamps in order to receive them. Gov. Steve Sisolak disagrees.
Successful organizations replicate effective projects. New York City public schools don’t fit that description. Go figure it’s considering shutting down one of its top programs.