It’s been another week crammed with President Donald Trump duking it out on Twitter. This week he sparred with Democratic congressional leaders, two national news organizations and even mixed it up with British Prime Minister Theresa May to a point that put a chill on the U.S.’ vaunted “special relationship” with the U.K.
Columnist Jane Ann Morrison has had some interesting conversations with men and women after watching 18 hours of the documentary “The Vietnam War.” She also has learned Vegas PBS is holding monthly “Veterans Coffee Conversations” at the station.
It doesn’t snow much in Las Vegas, but snowflakes have shown up at UNLV.
Schools document more cases of students having suicidal thoughts and psychologist says younger kids also seem susceptible.
Background check supporters are now pinning their hopes on the “Underpants Gnomes Profit Plan” to get their stalled initiative implemented.
In his bid to represent Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District, state Sen. Scott Hammond, R-Las Vegas, wants tax reform, Obamacare repealed and federal legislation encouraging school choice. Hammond made his comments while appearing on Nevada Politics Today.
The Clark County School District needs a bigger margin for error — at least when it comes to district finances.
For the folks working at the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, today is known as Black Monday — one their busiest times of the year.
The only thing as predictable as the left’s reflexive calls for gun control after the Las Vegas shooting was that trial lawyers would be circling MGM like vultures.
There’s no need to scan Black Friday ads to find the perfect gift for someone who loves liberty. Here are five great gifts for your spouse, child, co-worker or friend who enjoys learning about economics or needs an introduction to conservative thought.