The best CCSD schools have a scarcity of vacancies. The worst schools have a scarcity of teachers.
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A deep dive into Nevada’s voter registration data offers more evidence Hispanics are moving towards the Republican Party.
Both her political career and state would be in much better shape if Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto was as independent-minded as Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.
Finally recovering all the jobs Nevada lost during the pandemic and accompanying shutdowns isn’t something worth bragging about. Many red states accomplished that months ago.
It shouldn’t be hard to reject blatantly anti-police sentiment.
It’s a lot easier to be supportive of illegal immigrants when they aren’t straining your city services.
There’s no need to stress about Las Vegas’ water supply running out.
President Joe Biden once promised to shut down the coronavirus. He couldn’t even keep himself from catching it.
If you want to see why schools should reject critical race theory, look at Las Vegas native Orlando Robinson.
If environmentalists were upfront about the downside of green energy mandates, they’d be more unpopular than President Joe Biden.
Some leftists now consider what you learned in your high school biology class to be violence.
If Democrats were actually pro-choice, they’d be celebrating crisis pregnancy centers instead of attacking them.
The Clark County School District gutted its grading policy to keep kids from receiving failing grades. Almost a quarter of students had at least one “F” anyways.
Donald Trump’s visit to Las Vegas is a good time to check in on his presidential chances, which are falling fast.
If Joey Gilbert wanted to discredit legitimate concerns about voter fraud, it would have been hard to pick a better strategy than his current path.