Apparently, Portland’s political leaders thought Batman was the bad guy. They’ve turned the Rose City into Gotham City without the Caped Crusader.
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If you believe one of these common coronavirus myths, you’re living with unnecessary fear.
Unless King Steve Sisolak changes his mind again, Las Vegas will soon face new limits on gatherings and activities.
You can’t have a fruitful discussion when terms mean different things to different people. Consider the controversy surrounding “Black Lives Matter.”
Kamala Harris once accused Joe Biden of being a racist who touched women inappropriately.
The daily growth in Nevada’s coronavirus cases appears to have peaked. Governor-turned-king Steve Sisolak is preparing to put new restrictions into effect anyway.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has bestowed kingly powers upon himself because he thinks the coronavirus requires acting like your parent.
If you want proof that it’s safe for children to return to school, just look at the day camps Clark County is now offering parents.
Donald Trump and Harry Reid were both wrong about the terrible elections bill Democrats passed.
The Supreme Court took a jackhammer to the Constitution in its DACA decision. Trump is preparing to use the tool they’ve placed in his hands.
The school board’s evaluation of Superintendent Jesus Jara was simultaneously comedic and tragic.
If the media covered pandemics like they do the Portland riots, the coronavirus wouldn’t be dominating the headlines.
If there was ever a time for Gov. Steve Sisolak not to follow California’s lead, this is it.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has long had a reputation as a bully. Now, he’s attacking Superintendent Jesus Jara for something Sisolak included in his special session proclamation.