It feels great to get “free” money from Uncle Sam. That doesn’t mean it’s good policy.
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Nevada Democrats are preparing to roll out the red carpet for those willing to commit election fraud.
There are no good options when an unaccompanied child enters the United States illegally. President Joe Biden is learning that the hard way.
Here’s something you don’t get to write very often. Bravo to the Clark County School District.
Fully reopening schools next fall for in-person instruction should be the default plan, not merely a possibility.
After Nevada Democrats imposed universal background checks, Clark County homicides shot up dramatically.
If it’s safe enough to play football, it’s safe enough to fully reopen the Clark County School District.
Nevada Supreme Court justices want the legislature to give judges a $30,000 raise. No thanks.
The current debate over the child tax credit highlights a philosophical rift among Republicans.
The Nevada Department of Education is inadvertently making a compelling case for gutting class-size reduction.
If former-Sen. Pat McCarran’s accomplishments don’t spare him from cancellation, one day, former-Sen. Harry Reid’s won’t either.
The academic devastation caused by a year of online learning can’t be repaired by summer school or tutoring. Students who failed to learn should repeat the grade they were just in.
President Joe Biden and his administration have already told numerous whoppers. You wouldn’t know it from the fawning media coverage.
It will take years to understand fully how much damage a year of school closures did to Clark County children’s mental health. The early indicators are heartbreaking.
From coronavirus deaths to unemployment rate to vaccination distribution, states led by Republican governors have outperformed states run by Democrats.