Excitement was the overriding emotion Monday as more than 300,000 Clark County School District students started a new school year, though a bit of nervousness also was evident amid a worsening … [Read more...] about Clark County students return to classrooms for first day of school
Most Americans were as indifferent to the U.S. women’s soccer team’s recent loss to Sweden in the Olympics as they were excited about the team’s World Cup win in 2019. In between was the team’s … [Read more...] about VICTOR DAVID HANSON: What is American wokeness really about?
Working families in Nevada have been through a lot over the past year and a half. Nevada’s economy relies heavily on tourism, and when travel was stunted and lockdowns enacted, I know that every … [Read more...] about NEVADA VIEWS: Financial transaction tax would hurt Nevadans
If you’re looking for a spouse or a friend, compassion is a highly desirable characteristic. But in politics, being “compassionate” — with someone else’s money — often produces flawed public … [Read more...] about VICTOR JOECKS: Eviction moratoriums latest example of compassion producing bad public policy
The teachers union school shutdowns last year will have devastating long-term national effects. A new report reveals the sobering details and should be an impetus for much-needed reform. “The fallout … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: Tallying the toll of union school closures