If it’s too sexually explicit to read at a school board meeting, it shouldn’t be assigned to children. Unfortunately, the Clark County School District isn’t following that common sense … [Read more...] about VICTOR JOECKS: School board scolds mom for violating ‘decorum.’ She was reading a sexually explicit assignment given to her daughter.
Behavioral economics strives to understand human behavior and what makes people do the things they do. It’s an academic discipline that somebody in the Clark County School District would do well to … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: Theory meets reality at the school district
When beavers make a dam that redirects a river, they don’t wait for an environmental permit. When a volcano erupts, the Hawaiian goddess Pele doesn’t first fret over carbon emissions. A hungry cat … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: Why the West is running out of water and can’t get more
Civil forfeiture laws, which allow law enforcement agents to confiscate homes, cars, cash and other valuables from people who are only suspected of wrongdoing, are an affront to due process and … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: IRS tries to hide forfeiture info
If you want more small businesses, make it easier to be an entrepreneur. It sounds obvious, but you’d be shocked at how difficult it is to start a business throughout the country. The Institute for … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: How government makes it hard to start a small businesses