Fact-checkers have closely followed President Donald Trump’s legal team, but with the Democrats arguing for the president’s removal from office? Not so much.
Past politicians let the world step all over America and American workers. There’s a new sheriff in town.
Nevada’s 2020 Democratic caucus will be different from past years: There are more candidates, there’s early voting and President Trump will help drive enthusiasm and turnout.
Those who think America has a problem with guns need to compare what happened last week at the Virginia capitol to the shooting at the Fashion Show Mall.
After just four years, the Women’s March is fizzling out. Forty-six years later, the March for Life is still going strong.
A world of mass distraction and distortion.
A vestige of anti-Catholic bigotry is a vital weapon for opponents of school choice. In a case its hearing today, the U.S. Supreme Court has a chance to take it away.
The president took strong decisive action in killing Iranian terrorist leader Qassem Soleimani in January, but he undercuts his credibility by associating with disreputable people.
By the Clark County School District’s logic, racism and sexism are running amok in its high school magnet programs. That’s because female and Asian students are vastly overrepresented in those programs.
One of the two ballot initiatives proposed by the Clark County Education Association — a 1.5 percentage point increase in the sales tax — might be a hard sell for Nevada voters, who have rejected other taxes designed to support education in the past.