The waning days of the 2021 legislative session are upon us, and last week brought a handful of interesting developments in Carson City.
For the first time since becoming a state, California’s population declined.
Our Middle Eastern ally has a right to respond to terrorism.
Well-intentioned policy with unintended consequences.
The county should move forward with its plan to continue easing COVID mandates regardless of whether we reach an arbitrary shot count by an arbitrary date.
Bad federal policy pays people not to work.
It will never be possible to calculate fully the damage done to students by prolonged school shutdowns
Economic diversification begins with demanding accountability from educational institutions while fostering a welcoming environment for job creators that encourages investment and creates opportunity.
The CDC hasn’t been following the science on school reopenings. It’s been acting as the stenographer for a powerful teachers union.
Battery production will require additional mining, which environmentalists oppose.
On Tuesday, the state Economic Forum released its revenue projections. The numbers anticipate a broad and full recovery from the pandemic shutdowns that devastated gaming and sales tax collections last year.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Monday heard arguments in a case involving an end-run around the state constitution, and the hearing was quite instructive.
Democrats want to make “emergency” unemployment benefits permanent.
Parents should be wary of changes to student grading coming from the Clark County School District.
Joe Biden’s staggering agenda — laid out in his Wednesday speech — proposes the biggest empowerment of the public sector in the history of the United States, if not the world.