King Steve Sisolak is acting more like Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman than California Gov. Gavin Newsom when it comes to coronavirus.
Victor Joecks is a Review-Journal columnist who explores and explains policy issues three days a week in the Opinion section. Previously he served as the executive vice president of the Nevada Policy Research Institute. Victor is also a staff sergeant in Nevada National Guard. Originally from Washington state, Victor received his bachelor’s degree from Hillsdale College.
If he weren’t the one supporting it, Superintendent Jesus Jara might decry distance learning as an example of systemic racism, implicit bias or both.
If wearing masks were the key to stamping out the coronavirus, the pandemic would be over. Nevadans have been donning them for months.
The Clark County Election Department lowered the factory settings on its signature verification machine. So much for matching signatures as an impenetrable guard against election fraud.
Casting a vote for President Donald Trump isn’t the same thing as agreeing with all of his tweets.
If Laurel Morley wasn’t honest, she could have voted four times in this election. Blame Nevada’s rushed vote-by-mail system.
It’s time to stop pretending science provides an infallible solution to the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump needs to copy Joe Biden’s campaign strategy and disappear into a basement.
Joe Biden is scheduled to emerge from his basement and visit Las Vegas on Friday.
On Monday, a bombshell letter from local health officials leaked to the Review-Journal . They accused His Majesty of consistently ignoring them when he issues his emergency directives.
If Joe Biden really believed Catholic teaching, the left would tear him apart. Just look at how they’re attacking Amy Coney Barrett.
There’s now more evidence that Democrats are committing mail ballot fraud than that President Donald Trump colluded with Russia.
It’s fair for President Donald Trump to blame America’s high coronavirus death toll on blue states. Red states have both a lower death rate from coronavirus and lower unemployment.
There should be fans in the stands to watch this Sunday’s South Point 400 NASCAR playoff race.