Gov. Joe Lombardo has beefed up his school choice proposal. That’s an improvement worth applauding, but it’s still far from where it should be.
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Before politicians dump money into Nevada’s broken education system, they should consider the bankruptcy of Golden Knights goalie Robin Lehner.
Supporters of limited government have become much more comfortable using government power to advance their agenda. That’s a paradox, not a contradiction.
To make the death of Tyre Nichols fit their worldview, critical race theory adherents are twisting themselves into pretzels.
If Lombardo is serious about expanding school choice, he needs to adjust course. Let the money follow the child.
Boys need fathers. That, not a government program, is the solution to men in crisis.
In other circumstances, risking your political career for the good of the country is considered noble.
Students aren’t the only ones having their grades inflated in the Clark County School District.
You can have MLK’s dream or DEI policies, but you can’t have both.
One of the greatest barriers to improving education in Nevada is the widespread ignorance of past attempts to do so.
Woke policing in Henderson is at a major inflection point. The safety of its residents hinges on what happens next.
Why Trump will end his primary bid in 2023 and nine other bold predictions.
At this point, you’d have to be a conspiracy theorist not to see the accuracy of many conservative conspiracy theories.
Gov. Steve Sisolak spent four years making life easier for criminals. One of his last acts may be reducing the sentences of those on death row.
There’s no reason for Las Vegas to panic about falling water levels in Lake Mead. It’s California and Arizona who should be worried.