Control of the U.S. Senate in 2023 may run through Nevada. Here’s what to watch for over the next 15 months.
Blue Collar Comedy makes sense and is funny too
The Chicken Littles at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change are at it again.
Most politicians leave the public sector much richer
Getting medical assistance is not what it used to be
Recent letter on the confiscation of guns spurs response from reader
If you only pay attention to the government and establishment media COVID-19 panic machines, you might not know that the U.S. is experiencing fewer than one-third as many new daily cases and hospitalizations as in January and fewer daily deaths than at any time since March of 2020.
In politics, the ability to be compassionate — with someone else’s money — often produces flawed public policy.
The resurgence of COVID-19 and the Clark County Health District’s recent recommendation that everyone should once again wear masks indoors had left many of us wondering if that recommendation would lead to local government entities requiring masks.
Administration’s policies, school curriculum concerning
Both political parties are full of it states reader
Members of the public who objected to a mandate to wear face masks to slow the spread of COVID are vastly overstating their case.
Reader believes more Trump lawsuits are to come
“When the House revamped its rules in the early days of the pandemic to allow lawmakers to vote remotely,” Nicholas Fandos reports at the New York Times, “Representative Ralph Norman of South Carolina was among 161 Republicans who sued to block the arrangement, arguing that it ‘subverts’ the Constitution.”
GOP gubernatorial candidates could use Critical Race Theory debate to impress primary voters.