Most of the year, I hate shopping. Black Friday is the exception. Searching out deals is as close to treasure hunting as most of us will ever get.
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.
In your list of things to be grateful for this year, make sure you don’t forget fossil fuels.
There are ample examples of the Biden administration using the government to target its political opponents.
Vice President Kamala Harris’ team has finally uncovered what’s causing her unpopularity — the Biden administration’s racism and sexism.
President Joe Biden’s approval ratings may be tanking, but he knows how to make one thing soar — inflation.
If you don’t think Democrats believe in gerrymandering, look at Nevada.
Most criminal trials don’t have Perry Mason-style moments that make you gasp out loud. Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial has had at least two.
The Clark County School District shouldn’t be imposing tenets of critical race theory.
Political elites might have a different opinion about the merits of cutting carbon emissions if they lived with the consequences.
Superintendent Jesus Jara did plenty to justify his firing. Just don’t expect his replacement to be much more successful.
What’s happening in Virginia should give Nevada Republicans hope — and a roadmap to follow.
If Americans remain stuck in Afghanistan, but President Joe Biden ignores them, does the national mainstream media treat it like a crisis and scandal?
If you’ve ever wondered why spending more on education doesn’t necessarily improve student achievement, look at the proposed teacher contract.
In another context, how the Clark County School District fails minority students would be evidence of racism.
If you think Christopher Columbus is worth celebrating, check your child’s schoolwork.