For all the outrageous outrage and Twitter tempests coming out of Washington, it’s important to remember that the American economy is in incredibly good shape.
High school students who dread public speaking have a new strategy: publicly calling for schools to abolish that requirement.
There are many valid reasons to for an academic journal to reject a scientific paper. Worrying that its factual correct finding may help Republicans shouldn’t be one of them.
Government continues to find ways to make it harder for people to work for themselves — for their own good, of course.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., is pulling from the Harry Reid playbook in an underhanded effort to stop the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Nevada’s had its share of egregious union contracts over the years. The Clark County School District looks ready to add another entry to that list.
On Monday, new Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority chief Steve Hill sat down for an editorial board meeting with the Review-Journal. That’s to his credit. For the last 17 months, the Review-Journal’s investigative team has dug into LVCVA spending and unearthed a treasure trove of waste.
When it comes to single-payer health care, Barack Obama was against it before he was for it. Back when he was pushing Obamacare, the former president dismissed the idea that he really wanted to implement a policy like Medicare-for-all.
Public support for school choice has increased markedly over the last five years. That’s according to a new poll from Education Next.
Nevada released a slew of test score data last week, and there’s good and sobering news for Nevada students.