Pro-choice Nevada Democrats keep attacking organizations that offer choices to pregnant women.
Sometimes so many things grab your attention in a week, there’s only space to offer a quick thought on each of them.
Then-president Barack Obama took a lot of heat for once saying, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that.” Turns out he was just talking about Rep. Jacky Rosen.
The call by March for Our Lives to ban semi-automatic assault weapons is a conversation starter, not a defined policy proposal.
Nevada’s education establishment hopes you’re bad at history. Otherwise, you’ll identify what’s missing in its push for more funding.
In seven states and Washington, D.C., terminally ill patients can get a prescription from their doctor to kill themselves. Nevada state government, however, can’t legally obtain the drugs needed to kill a convicted murderer who wants to die. Welcome to 2018.
Liberal reaction to Brett Kavanagh’s Supreme Court nomination would be more believable if some of their past apocalyptic predictions had come true.
Brett Kavanaugh is going to be confirmed as the next Supreme Court Justice. He has more of a defined approach to the Constitution than Justice Anthony Kennedy, but it’s not possible to say how he’d rule in a case seeking to overturn Roe v. Wade. That’s all according to Thomas Jedding, senior legal fellow with the free-market Heritage Foundation.
Clark County’s inability to stop illegal fireworks — even building a website that ended up highlighting its own impotence — was a fitting tribute to Independence Day.
Politics is a dirty business, but politicians usually avoid attacking charities supported by their own church. Not Steve Sisolak.