From coronavirus deaths to unemployment rate to vaccination distribution, states led by Republican governors have outperformed states run by Democrats.
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King Steve Sisolak and state health officials have all the credibility of Chicken Little.
If you want to understand the disparity between Nevada’s public and private sector, just look at Gov. Steve Sisolak’s budget proposal.
If president-elect Joe Biden wants unity, he’s going to have to address how Democrats frequently use polarization to gain a political advantage.
House Democrats impeaching President Donald Trump a second time certainly was historic. They presided over the lowest-stakes impeachment in history.
If only Gov. Steve Sisolak was as committed to vaccine distribution as he is to pointing fingers.
Rediscovering federalism might be the country’s only sustainable way to reduce political tensions.
Fund the police. Arrest — and charge — rioters. Perhaps those two statements won’t be controversial after this week’s travesty at the U.S. Capitol.
Reports of Nevada’s impending budget crisis have been greatly exaggerated.
It’s time for King Steve Sisolak to stop blaming Nevadans for his inability to stop the state’s coronavirus outbreak.
There was only one problem with the Clark County School District’s reopening announcement. It didn’t contain a reopening announcement.
Steve Sisolak can no longer discriminate against houses of worship regardless of what he says in his royal edicts.
The Trump campaign lost its Nevada court case, but the questions it raised about the integrity of Nevada’s election system remain unanswered.
Eric Swalwell had his political career boosted by a Chinese spy. He refuses to say if he had a sexual relationship with her or not.