By not endorsing Gov. Steve Sisolak, the Clark County Education Association inadvertently admitted its policies don’t improve education.
Why is the supposed party of youth dominated by such frail and forgetful elderly?
If you want to know the problem with sanctuary city policies, take a closer look at the Las Vegas Strip stabbing.
In Nevada, which has a history of close statewide elections, Democrats are struggling to get their message across to voters who are distracted by inflation and high prices.
If you want to see political and moral absurdities, fill in the details when someone uses a euphemism to make a pro-abortion argument.
The only one who can save Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto and Gov. Steve Sisolak may be Donald Trump.
So we are in a great experiment in which regressive progressivism discounts all the institutions and the methodologies of the past.
If Darin Dyer had been black, his death would be national news. But he’s white, so no one is outraged that a police officer shot him while he stood in his own backyard.
If you support taking away opportunities from female athletes, you should be in favor of the Equal Rights Amendment.
Some recent lapses in public accountability lead to the question: Where are the local elected officials who are supposed to be overseeing the bureaucracy?
The Sisolak administration seems to have taken its crisis management strategy from a two-year-old. Close your eyes and hope no one notices.
Sometimes ignorance really is bliss. Just ask someone if they want to know how their 401(k) is doing.
New education funding disproportionately harmed many of Nevada’s minority students.
The Left became unhinged when red-state governors decided to spread welcoming chores among affluent blue-state communities.
Red-light cameras were banned in Nevada in 1999, and for good reason. Now a legislative committee wants to bring them back, but just for school zones.