As America celebrates its birthday as the “land of the free,” its citizens have two profoundly different ideas of freedom.
Teachers aren’t required to join the Clark County Education Association, but they can only leave during the next two weeks.
The stock market continues to flirt with record highs, yet government-run pension plans are far from fully funded. That should concern every taxpayer.
Many Democrat presidential candidates support Medicare-for-all. They should explain what it does before assuming it has widespread support.
The deans fired by Superintendent Jesus Jara were more likely to be African American or Hispanic than the administrators who kept their jobs.
Superintendent Jesus Jara should resign or be fired. That’s the belief of Stephen Augspurger, the executive director of CCSD’s administrator union.
The evidence keeps mounting that America’s largest technology companies are actively suppressing conservative voices and content.
If a person insists on breaking the law, the government’s job is to stop them. That doesn’t seem like a controversial concept — unless the topic is immigration.
The opposition to a new Clark County solar plant is coming from an unlikely source —environmentalists.
“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money,” Margaret Thatcher once noted. Something similar is true about Social Security.
Joe Biden has uttered racially charged statements for years. Now that he’s the frontrunner for the Democrat presidential nomination, he may finally face prolonged scrutiny for them.
Drug abuse is the root cause of the rise of homelessness. That’s according to Christopher Rufo, contributing editor to City Journal.
The most competitive match the U.S. women’s soccer team will face this year won’t be on the field at the Women’s World Cup. It’ll be in a Los Angeles courthouse.
Environmental alarmists have a problem. Nature keeps ignoring their predictions. The latest example comes from the National Park Service.
Charlie Brown never figured out that Lucy was always going to yank the football away. It’s an open question if the public will ever figure out that “more money” will never be enough for the Clark County School District.