National cohesion is only possible through citizens subordinating their tribal interests to a common culture.
Former state Treasurer Brian Krolicki’s appointment to the Nevada Gaming Commission resurrects a political career that stalled when he was indicted by then-Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto in 2008.
Supporters of limited government have become much more comfortable using government power to advance their agenda. That’s a paradox, not a contradiction.
To make the death of Tyre Nichols fit their worldview, critical race theory adherents are twisting themselves into pretzels.
First, a stranger would face a far greater challenge entering a post-presidential Mar-a-Lago than a pre-presidential Biden home, office, or garage — or who knows where?
If Lombardo is serious about expanding school choice, he needs to adjust course. Let the money follow the child.
The 2023 Legislature will consider more than 1,000 bills and resolutions. Here are three ideas they should adopt before they adjourn in June.
Boys need fathers. That, not a government program, is the solution to men in crisis.
In that sense Mexico is doing more damage to America than all our prior enemies combined.
Democrats keep suggesting getting rid of natural gas-powered stoves, but always seem to back off the suggestion.
In other circumstances, risking your political career for the good of the country is considered noble.
Students aren’t the only ones having their grades inflated in the Clark County School District.
You can have MLK’s dream or DEI policies, but you can’t have both.
A recent separation of powers ruling gets the Nevada Constitution wrong, but that’s not unusual when it comes to this much-neglected passage.
The current Democratic Party and NeverTrump “conservatives” assumed that Trump was and remains so obviously toxic that they do not have to define exactly what his evil entails.