One need look no further than the student loan debacle to find the inevitable result of federal central planning.
Reflexively opposing occupational licensing reform.
Gov. Steve Sisolak deserves credit for brushing aside efforts by the Las Vegas Monorail Co. to involve the state in plans to expand the rail system.
Green energy isn’t very green. That’s the surprising contention of a new documentary backed by Michael Moore. Yes, that Michael Moore.
Governor’s Office of Economic Development hands out goodies, but many companies don’t live up to their talk.
Hostility across the political spectrum to the First Amendment.
Nevada’s Medicaid expansion entailed relaxing eligibility standards. It remains a ticking financial time bomb.
Those who receive public benefits to which they aren’t entitled potentially divert resources from others who are truly in need.
It’s back to school time as some 320,000 students returned to classrooms on Monday in more than 330 Southern Nevada campuses for the first day of the 2019-2020 school calendar.
For the past several months, the Clark County Education Association has behaved like a spoiled child. Mr. Jara and district officials have the ability to control this tantrum but haven’t yet done so.
A Minnesota law regarding wine making is a textbook case of destructive economic protectionism, which is precisely what the Commerce Clause was intended to prevent.
This week’s stock market volatility is another reminder of the precarious position of public pension systems, including Nevada’s plan.
Teacher unions claim to oppose school choice, because it sends public dollars to private schools. Turns out, they don’t want public dollars going to non-unionized public schools either.
It’s a reasonable concept: Taxpayers have a right to see the results of the government investigations they fund. Yet, once again, a Nevada public institution opts for darkness over light.
The predictable results continue when it comes to the ongoing experiment in which elected officials outlaw jobs that, in the view of “progressive” activists, offer substandard compensation.