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.
May we then investigate his controversies?
Get back to legislating and let the voters decide president’s fate.
And now he watches the World Series.
Foreign intervention in Canadian elections.
“If it bleeds, it leads” is standard practice for the media — unless the crime will cast a liberal priority in a negative light.
Its mission is never complete.
It should not cast a shadow on the vast majority of renewable energy plants.
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.
It works well for the adults involved, but not for the children.
If you have used a restroom at a movie, a play or at a sporting event, you have shared a bathroom with a transgendered person and you survived.
The liberal media are vicious, untrustworthy and sometimes just plain evil.
Over the last decade, Vermont tried to implement a single-payer health care scheme. It couldn’t pull it off.
The faucet handle turns, water comes out – at first glance, it seems pretty simple. Reliable water service is something most people take for granted and, in Las Vegas, there’s a good reason. After all, the rate of main breaks in the not-for-profit Las Vegas Valley Water District’s (LVVWD) service area is eight times’ lower […]
Yucca Mountain could one day produce a dividend for Nevadans, according to Jim Marchant, who’s running for the Republican nomination in Congressional District 4.
Congratulations to new Clark County School District superintendent John Vellardita. It’s obvious his power has surpassed that of Jesus Jara, superintendent in title only.
The Clark County School District wants to replace the current Professional Growth System. That’s according to Jason Goudie, the district’s chief financial officer.
The United States doesn’t need more gun control or higher taxes, according to Lisa Song Sutton, a Republican running in Nevada’s Congressional District 4.