There is widespread agreement in Washington among both Democrats and Republicans that the current tax system is overly complicated and creates perverse incentives for business that discourage investment and development.
At this point, though, Mr. Trump should get off Twitter, show some restraint and make clear to everyone in his administration that they need to cooperate with the special prosecutor.
Kudos to The Public Education Foundation for its record-setting efforts and enduring hard work for a noble cause, and to the donors for providing the resources. And of course, congratulations to the incredible array of talented students honored this and every year.
All this could have been avoided years ago if, instead of sitting idly by and watching the bison population grow to levels that threaten the North Rim ecosystem, federal bureaucrats had allowed private hunters to keep the size of the herd in check
Law enforcement agencies have used antiquated civil forfeiture laws to seize the assets of cannabis businesses operating in states that have legalized pot.
Mr. Schapiro seems to be saying that free thought, speech and inquiry are often at odds with a vibrant learning environment and thus must occasionally be suppressed on campus.
The type of diversity that Sen. Cortez Masto and others promote is actually designed to camouflage an intellectual conformity hidden amid the bright colors of the rainbow.
But why, then, does Mr. Ford support Assembly Bill 154, which would roll back prevailing wage reforms that Republicans passed in 2015? In fact, why isn’t the majority leader campaigning to repeal the prevailing wage standard entirely?
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development is, in essence, charged with both handing out the tax breaks and assessing their effectiveness, creating an obvious conflict.
If lawmakers continue to be indifferent to the benefit of instilling citizen confidence through openness and transparency, it’s up to the voters to make changes.