What happened in Baltimore recently is an extreme example of why blindly throwing money into a broken education system won’t increase student achievement. The Baltimore City schools received over … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: Baltimore’s ‘ghost’ students show need for school choice
Sometimes looking at the big picture makes it easier to evaluate a specific decision. Consider America’s greatness. By any number of objective standards, America has been a successful country. We … [Read more...] about VICTOR JOECKS: Did government make America great?
The results of a new survey by Intelligent.com — while not surprising — are a blot on academia and should be an embarrassment to the nation’s college presidents. The website queried 1,500 college … [Read more...] about EDITORIAL: College leaders need to stand up for free expression
Everybody agrees state Sen. Melanie Scheible, D-Las Vegas, is a member of the Nevada Legislature. We all saw her get elected in 2018. There are pictures. And everybody also agrees that Scheible’s … [Read more...] about STEVE SEBELIUS: Court must decide if Scheible’s ‘function’ violates constitution
The position of attorney general in Nevada has long been a stepping stone for higher office. Prominent Nevada figures such as Alan Bible, Robert List, Dick Bryan, Frankie Sue Del Papa, Brian Sandoval, … [Read more...] about Frederick Commentary: Nevada AGs bet the ‘come’ line