This is a solution in search of a problem and symptomatic of Washington’s insatiable urge to meddle. Can a new federal tax be far behind?
The scourge of the professional busybody
Progressive fears about repeal of “net neutrality” haven’t come to fruition.
President should have sought congressional approval
Taxpayers should be able to see how government spends their money. That’s the idea behind Nevada’s transparency laws. There’s one important area where taxpayers are left in the dark — collective bargaining.
If Nevada and Las Vegas officials hope to keep home prices affordable, why on earth would they seek to mimic California and potentially price thousands of residents out of a home?
The question shouldn’t be if Nevada State College is right to raise admission standards. The question is this: Are they raising them high enough?
This proposal takes to a whole new level the ferocity with which public officials pursue other people’s money.
If true, it’s a serious violation of the public trust.
President Donald Trump’s attitude toward the nation’s soaring debt is reminiscent of the economist John Maynard Keynes’ famous quote: In the long run, I won’t be president.