Distance learning significantly increased failing grades in the Clark County School District last semester.
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Sometimes it’s worth thinking about how to make the best of a bad situation. Consider the possibility that the Oakland A’s seek hundreds of millions of dollars from Nevada taxpayers.
Democrats’ reversal on voter ID should lead states without it, a list that includes Nevada, to require voter ID going forward.
There are parallels between the coronavirus ‘experts’ who kept getting it wrong and global warming alarmists.
Once California decided to hold a vaccine lottery, it was inevitable that Gov. Steve Sisolak would bring one to Nevada.
Despite decades of technological progress, heat waves now come with a question: Will there be enough power for everyone?
If only the Biden administration’s actions on the Southern border matched its current rhetoric.
The left’s belief that American law enforcement is systemically racist helped stymie an anti-gun-owner measure.
If Obamacare had delivered on its promises, there would have been no need for the Nevada Legislature to pass a public option.
Turns out the conspiracy was to label as conspiracy theorists those who thought the coronavirus might have come from a Chinese lab.
Squishy legislative Republicans just pulled off an embarrassing twofer. They helped Democrats pass bad policy that hurts the GOP politically.
If you’re excited about Nevada spending more money on education, you should ask yourself a simple question: Why?
If you don’t pay your rent, the government shouldn’t prevent your landlord from evicting you. But Gov. Steve Sisolak and some legislative Democrats have other ideas.
Nevada Democrats are rolling the red carpet out to those who want to commit election fraud.
It’d be wonderful to have Major League Baseball in Las Vegas, but not if the team insists on a public subsidy.