Attorney general and Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt is committed to continuing the education reforms started by Gov. Brian Sandoval. He also wants to implement work requirements for able-bodied Medicaid recipients and doesn’t think the federal government will disrupt recreational marijuana in Nevada.
Both federal and state candidates have submittedtheir 2018 fundraising reports and primary elections are just four months away. Here are five observations on Dean Heller, Danny Tarkanian, Jacky Rosen and Steven Horsford.
President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address was a political home run — in part because of what he didn’t say. There wasn’t a single word about reforming the politically sacrosanct Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid. While that undoubtedly boosted the popularity of his speech, he was ignoring the greatest threat to America’s fiscal health.
The debate about abortion should end once a baby is outside the womb. Nevada’s Democratic Representatives, including Jacky Rosen, disagree. Two weeks ago, the House of Representatives approved the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
Conservatives have a proud environmental heritage from their “roots as Westerners,” and their policies help the environment more than mass federal land ownership. That’s according to former GOP Colorado Congressman and rancher Bob Beauprez.
Last week, President Donald Trump proposed a massive amnesty, and Democrats immediately accused him of xenophobia.
The next superintendent of the Clark County School District is going to fail.
Sitting in her math class at Clark High School, Daniela Lopez longed to go to a private school. There was just one seemingly insurmountable problem. Her family couldn’t afford it.
Parents should be allowed to find the school that best fits their child’s needs. That’s the message Andrew Campanella, president of National School Choice Week, wants Americans to hear.
Teenage girls shouldn’t have to take their pants off in front of random teenage boys. The Clark County School District disagrees.