Another gun law won’t stop a criminal from illegally obtaining a gun. Keeping them in jail for their full sentence will.
Victor Joecks is a Review-Journal columnist who explores and explains policy issues three days a week in the Opinion section. Previously he served as the executive vice president of the Nevada Policy Research Institute. Victor is also a staff sergeant in Nevada National Guard. Originally from Washington state, Victor received his bachelor’s degree from Hillsdale College.
If abortion activists had to talk about what abortion entailed, support for killing preborn babies would drop precipitously.
If Biden’s failures turn Nevada red, it would be an impressive accomplishment.
Some of Las Vegas’ most high-profile crime stories fit a disturbing trend. Many of the perpetrators were recently in police custody.
Steve Sisolak and Joe Lombardo are no Will Smith when responding to insults. That’s to their credit.
Restorative justice is like communism. It keeps failing, but its defenders insist that “true” restorative justice hasn’t been tried.
President Joe Biden promised to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court. Too bad he forgot to tell Ketanji Brown Jackson what a woman is.
Las Vegas’ high land prices would make a lot more sense if it were surrounded by water.
The 1970s are calling to ask for their economy back. But President Joe Biden shows no signs of reversing course.
If Joe Lombardo had North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee’s policy record, he’d easily win the Republican gubernatorial nomination.
Here’s a better slogan for The New York Times: Where yesterday’s conspiracy theories become today’s news.
Top Clark County School District officials don’t seem stressed about school violence, because arrests and expulsions are down. Yes, that’s as backwards as it sounds.
Democrats have a simple solution for the economic pain their policies have created: Be rich.
If you substituted “China” or “Islam” for Russia, the national mainstream media would be decrying what’s happening now as racism.
Nevada’s education system is doing so poorly that Gov. Steve Sisolak is now making arguments for school choice.