You can tell that unions offer an inferior product by the hurdles they put in place to keep members from leaving.
While the media focus on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s latest sexual harassment claim, the COVID nursing home cover-up scandal quietly recedes into the background.
House passes a radical election reform bill that federalizes and undermines the integrity of elections.
Quest for autopsy record secrecy was a costly boondoggle. At every turn, the coroner’s office — with the County Commission’s approval — obstructed, obfuscated and delayed despite repeatedly losing in court.
It feels great to get “free” money from Uncle Sam. That doesn’t mean it’s good policy.
Gov. Steve Sisolak should explain the logic behind finally “allowing” a family of five or six to sit together at a restaurant.
Current taxation on gaming is not only outdated but unfair and, overall, probably hurting our gaming industry, which our state depends on for much of its revenue.
A controversy at the Henderson city clerk’s office has resulted in four people leaving their jobs and local taxpayers on the hook for rewarding “misconduct.”
I congratulate “Patient Zero,” Ronald Pipkins, on his recovery from COVID-19. However, I do question how Mr. Pipkins was able to receive his first dose of the vaccine at this time.
The governor of New York is facing sexual harassment allegations. Yet no comment from the major Democratic players and little coverage from the major networks.
If members of Congress impose such a massive increase in the minimum wage, regardless of how it is stretched it out, how are they going to compensate seniors on fixed incomes?
Democrats try to adorn bills with goodies for constituents.
Such incidents don’t go only one way.
California group compensates landowners in return for protection.
As the State Approving Agent for VA Education Benefits, I frequently receive questions from service members, veterans and their families regarding benefits, eligibility and how to find an approved school or training establishment. Although these are important questions, I believe other questions need to be asked first about the individual’s ultimate game plan. So […]
“He (President Trump) descended into a level of madness and engaged in a level of activity that was just absolutely unthinkable,” Pennsylvania Sen. Toomey said Sunday.
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Yucca Mountain could one day produce a dividend for Nevadans, according to Jim Marchant, who’s running for the Republican nomination in Congressional District 4.
Congratulations to new Clark County School District superintendent John Vellardita. It’s obvious his power has surpassed that of Jesus Jara, superintendent in title only.