Nevada’s education establishment has a new plan to fix schools: Repeat the old plan. Nevada politicians first implemented the buzzwords you hear now — more funding, smaller class sizes, increased teacher pay — decades ago.
Rossi Ralenkotter is seeking a diamond parachute for the platinum parachute of his golden parachute. There’s a good chance that’s exactly what the board of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority gives its embattled CEO next Tuesday.
Chicago, California fires, the economy are all examples
In June, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis slammed the position of special counsel as a post too easily “wielded as a political weapon” to troll for dirt on targeted adversaries. At the same time, he ruled that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecution of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was legitimate and should continue.
The most important election this week didn’t involve a candidate, and it didn’t go Republicans’ way.
The transgender regulations proposed by the Clark County School District violate the privacy rights of students. That’s according to Karen England, executive director of Nevada Family Alliance.
A case study in South Africa
Nevada’s broken collective bargaining system has reduced Superintendent Jesus Jara to begging union bosses not to inflict more financial pain on the district. Predictably, it’s not going well.
The economy keeps on humming
When President Donald Trump sat down for an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt on May 11, 2017, the president did what he often does when he talks on camera – he did not hold back his grievances and he contradicted previous White House staff pronouncements.