The dangers of curtailing debate.
Two sides at odds over power-sharing in evenly divided chamber.
Frontloading teachers for the coronavirus vaccine really doesn’t make sense when there’s no plan to return them to the classroom.
More Clark County children died from drugs last year than from the coronavirus. Same with suicide. It’s fair to assume coronavirus restrictions contributed to the increase in deaths.
The young and healthy continue to get shots ahead of the most vulnerable
Hoping that the new president makes good on bridging divides.
Economic revival and job creation, not tax hikes.
Congressional Republicans must rediscover their commitment to fiscal sanity and fight to minimize the damage.
A full and fair accounting of Donald Trump’s four years in the White House should acknowledge his achievements along with the unacceptable events of the past few weeks.
The bureaucracy and COVID vaccines.
It’s hard to save money when you don’t learn how much something costs until after you buy it. Just ask anyone who’s received a bill after a visit to the emergency room.
California train project gives government a bad name
The percentage of students receiving an “F” during the first semester increased by over one-third compared to last year. It’s tangible evidence that it’s imperative reopen the Clark County School District.
A shining to American ideals.
What happened in the Capitol is indefensible, and Mr. Trump’s rhetoric was not helpful. But he’ll be out of office next week.