Believing that the Clark County School District’s next superintendent can solve its problems is like thinking you can turn Hamlet into a comedy by finding the right lead actor. The next superintendent will have the starring role in an oft-repeated tragedy but no chance to change the plot.
Stormy Daniels is a “distraction,” not an impeachable offense. Social media companies shouldn’t arbitrarily discriminate against conservatives, and Republicans who voted for the omnibus spending package should be ashamed of themselves. That’s according to Congressional District 3 candidate and former TV reporter Michelle Mortensen.
The people most responsible for the much-hyped gender pay gap are women. Tuesday was Equal Pay Day, a chance for liberals to claim that women in America make only 80 cents for every dollar a male makes or 81 cents in Nevada.
It’s easy to vote illegally in Nevada. All a non-citizen has to do is go the DMV and ask. The DMV uses the same form whether you’re getting a driver’s license, ID card or driver’s authorization card. DACs are for those, like illegal aliens, who can’t meet the proof of identity requirements for the other cards. At the bottom is a voter registration form.
The months of budget problems the Clark County School District faced last year will soon look like the good ol’ days. Thank collective bargaining for that.
UNLV president Len Jessup quit and wasn’t forced out by the Board of Regents, according to Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Thom Reilly.
Steve Sisolak couldn’t scare off Chris Giunchigliani, and now she has Sisolak running scared. They’re both seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. You can see this in his shifting policy positions and recent TV ads — a six-figure buy almost three months before the primary.
If you think politicians make outlandish claims, consider what Christians celebrate at Easter. They believe a man named Jesus was brutally tortured, murdered and buried for three days before rising from the dead. Furthermore, they assert this man was also fully God and that your belief or lack of belief in him determines your eternal destiny.
Democrats have hit on a new strategy: Don’t let the public know what you actually believe. The latest example happened Wednesday. The Red Rock Democratic Club hosted and publicly advertised a Congressional District 4 candidate forum. Ramona Giwargis, one of the Review-Journal’s political reporters, went to cover it.
Republican lieutenant governor candidate Brent Jones has at least three major differences with his primary opponent Sen. Michael Roberson.