Democrats turn their backs on economic reality
Environmental law prevents scientists from setting up monitoring stations.
The Nevada Supreme Court last week struck a blow in favor of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Sadly, the state attorney general would have had the justices rule otherwise.
Turns out that restricting voting options over security concerns isn’t disenfranchisement when Democrats do it.
Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg distinguished themselves as the adults in the room.
California unions have finally figured out the root cause of the state’s budget problems — its taxes aren’t high enough.
President Trump’s proposed ban on flavored e-cigarettes is a massive Nanny State overreach. But the administration did get one thing right this week on the regulatory front.
An open admission by organized labor that large hikes in the minimum wage often hurt the very people they’re supposed to help.
Monday’s indictments represent further embarrassment for the board members who sanctioned Mr. Ralenkotter’s farewell kiss.
The Clark County Commission last week unwittingly exposed one of the scams of modern liberal governance: the “temporary” tax ruse.