An audit of Nevada’s coronavirus funds is a no brainer — even before the Sisolak administration’s testing scandal.
Helping all children find the educational options that are best for their unique needs is possible. Just look at Arizona.
Concerns like this are why the Review-Journal opposed Marsy’s Laws before the 2018 election.
There are millions of starving people in the world. That isn’t because of inadequate global food production.
While there is strong disagreement on abortion, there should be agreement on this. Rioting, looting and vandalism are inappropriate responses.
Sometimes the lonely battles are vitally important. Just look at Sen. Rand Paul’s tireless fight for fiscal responsibility.
The people making the most effective case that the Clark County School District is too big sit on the Board of Trustees.
Election officials need to be preparing now for speedier results this November.
Biden will likely be known as the president responsible for driving a host of Hispanic voters to the Republican Party.
Is it too much to ask that federal regulations which drain millions from the private economy actually accomplish their stated objectives or be removed from the books?
Compromise in Washington D.C. may be rare, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
A reminder that progress is possible and, indeed, has been achieved.
President Joe Biden’s economy-wrecking policies have been bad enough.
As Al Gore trains more climate “activists.”
Voters rebel against school board members.