If students have come to campus to be shielded from ideas and concepts that make them uncomfortable, they’re in the wrong place.
The Las Vegas Mob Museum needs to open a new exhibit. It’s government employee unions, not mobsters like Al Capone, who’ve mastered the art of the shakedown. That’s what the Service Employees International Union Local 1107 is trying to do right now to Clark County taxpayers.
A plan from politicians usually have one of two objectives. Either it’s a proposal aimed at policy change or it’s a gimmick announced to achieve a political result. Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Clark County Commission chair Steve Sisolak’s call for higher teacher pay falls into the latter category.
The ongoing debate over the bloated administrative state offers yet another example of how Democrats have steadily drifted leftward over the years.
If Monday’s meeting is a representative indication, most residents and property owners would prefer not to be forced under the city’s domain.
Prior restraint is unconstitutional on its face
Leave it to government to find a reason to look back longingly at the Great Recession.
The notion that the school district can go completely green is false.
In the year since Donald Trump became president, the push for socialized medicine has gained wide acceptance in the Democratic Party. Over half of House Democrats, including Nevada’s Dina Titus, signed onto a single-payer bill sponsored by former-Rep. John Conyers. A third of Senate Democrats have signed onto a single-payer plan pushed by Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Many Los Angeles government employees are making millions off a program that allows them to bank pension payments for up to five years while still working.