Rent control is like a low-budget horror movie villain. It keep coming back from the dead, no matter how many times it’s defeated by empirical and economic evidence.
As usual, the president accepts little if any responsibility.
The erosion of behavioral standards, accountability and mass shootings.
The school district has its struggles, no doubt. But we mustn’t forget its inspiring triumphs.
Concept receiving state, national attention
Democrats have bungled the economy so badly that they’re now looking to the 1970s for inspiration.
Students have somehow “internalized the notion that passing a course is some perfunctory exercise, requiring little effort or commitment.”
A company buying property on the Las Vegas Strip shouldn’t pay less in taxes than a family buying their first home.
Clark County voters in 2016 approved annual increases.
Democrats beginning to panic about the midterms.
Discovering the value of secret ballot elections.
Democrats, Biden adminisration cry poverty.
The evidence continues to pour in that closing schools was devastating for children.
At the very least, 24/7 edict should be rescinded immediately.
A state running out of electricity used to be a once-in-a-generation political crisis. In California, it’s now expected.