Tuesday’s Democratic debate was a rather dull affair, and the ratings reflected that. The sheer size of the field continues to diminish each candidate’s ability to articulate comprehensive responses on the issues.
Over the last decade, Vermont tried to implement a single-payer health care scheme. It couldn’t pull it off.
Las Vegas officials are taking a considerable risk with their decision to ignore state law regarding firearms and domestic violence.
The embers of the NBA’s China controversy were smoldering this week when the league’s most prominent player emptied a barrel of lighter fluid on the fire pit.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced last week that he’s “outraged” — really, really mad — about potential corruption in the state’s fledgling marijuana industry, so he has formed a task force to investigate the issue.
Democrats like to point to California’s thriving economy as evidence that progressive policies can achieve prosperity. But the reality on the ground tells a different story.
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.
Donald Trump issues two executive orders that will help restore balance.
If you think Americans pay a lot in taxes, the numbers show you’re right.
Teacher, principal evaluations are worthless