They’re selling us down the river while low-information voters cheer them on.
According to the Review-Journal’s Sept. 5 editorial, there are about 58,000 people in Nevada receiving food stamps who are not eligible for that support.
I wonder what the status of a “green” Bahamas would be after days of no sunlight and sustained 170 mph winds that most likely would have destroyed all the windmills and solar panels.
An recent article unintentionally and unwittingly demonstrates why many people are against immigration, especially the illegal variety.
This letter is in response to Tuesday’s article about a nonprofit law firm in Las Vegas that advises tenants who are facing eviction.
Walmart’s decision to cease selling ammunition is a cowardly act that succumbs to the left-wing interests who want to rid America of its constitutional rights.
We receive free lunches at Centennial High School. While that sounds like it would be great, it is not.
I write in response to Professor Thomas McAffee’s column last Sunday, “Steering us away from oligarchy.”
The Democratic presidential candidates who appeared Wednesday on CNN townhalls on global warming forgot the word global.
It should come as no surprise that the Clark County School District mysteriously found the money it needed to offer teachers the pay increases they were earlier promised.
NV Energy is shamelessly promoting renewable energy without regard to the facts.
Your Sunday editorial forgot one huge detail — the actual context for President Donald Trump ordering businesses out of China.
In reading Saturday’s editorial about the homeless problem in Calif., I was and wasn’t shocked.
In Friday’s sports section, a report was made about Liberty High School traveling to Hawaii to play football.
Kudos to Reporter Aleksandra Appleton for her Monday article on college students working to achieve educational goals without excessive financial encumbrance.