Another proposed giveaway from the Vermont socialist.
The Supreme Court concludes its term this week and in the past few days has issued two rulings strengthening the Bill of Rights, tossing out rules that hinder free speech and erode property rights.
“The public should always have the right to know what trade-offs and promises led to final and binding collective bargaining agreements.”
The opposition to a new Clark County solar plant is coming from an unlikely source —environmentalists.
“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money,” Margaret Thatcher once noted. Something similar is true about Social Security.
Democratic lawmakers in Carson City during the 2019 legislative session conducted an all-out assault on the push to expand educational freedom for families and students.
Rep. Steven Horsford, a Democrat serving Nevada’s 4th Congressional District, has introduced the Health Providers Training Act 0f 2019. The measure is intended to address a national “shortage” of health care workers.
Naturally, the entrenched establishment and their Democratic enablers are reaching for the pearls.
Income “inequality” has become a rallying cry for leftists and progressives seeking to confiscate billions in other people’s money.
Environmental alarmists have a problem. Nature keeps ignoring their predictions. The latest example comes from the National Park Service.
Good news and bad news in Carson City.
After congressional Republicans took control of the House in the 2010 elections, they instituted a ban on “earmarks” – otherwise known as pork.
A Brinks truck filled with gold bars from Fort Knox wouldn’t fulfill the Clark County School District’s insatiable appetite for more money. Just look at what’s happened over the past week.
Tuesday’s municipal balloting was historical. It was the final time the city of Las Vegas and other local jurisdictions will be holding off-year elections.
If there’s an issue upon which both the Trump and Obama administrations can agree, one might think that bipartisan reform would be an easy sell.