Elon Musk and Pope Francis may not have much in common, but they’re both about children.
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.
Gov. Steve Sisolak hopes you don’t notice he wants to have it both ways on school closures.
President Joe Biden once claimed he wanted to unify the country. In this respect, he has — most people think he’s doing a terrible job.
If Nevada’s universal background check law worked as promised, shootings wouldn’t have jumped significantly in 2021.
Even if you thought cash bail once needed reform, what’s happening now shows those “reforms” have been taken too far.
It’s great to welcome CES and its tens of thousands of attendees to Las Vegas.
The world could use a “thrill of hope” right about now. Fortunately, that’s exactly what Christmas celebrates.
Rep. Susie Lee’s biggest worry about inflation isn’t rising prices. It’s people worrying about it.
The parallels between Republican gubernatorial candidate Joey Gilbert and Donald Trump come easy
Rep. Dina Titus thinks Republicans will sweep Nevada’s congressional races next year — including her own district.
The Biden administration supports systemic racism — when it’s directed against Asian students seeking admission to elite universities.
President Joe Biden might be worse at foreign policy than he is at domestic policy.
Teacher shortages is yet another education problem that more money didn’t fix.