Divided government requires compromise.
The regulatory state in the cross-hairs.
More choices undermine democracy?
It’s shocking, but California’s efforts to force-feed electric vehicles to its residents and businesses has already hit a few snags.
Gov. Joe Lombardo has talked a good game about holding the state’s public schools accountable for their performance. But so far that’s all it’s been — talk.
Sometimes the obvious solution is the obvious solution, even if it takes California a couple decades to realize it.
The Clark County School District is finally acknowledging what’s been obvious for years. Keeping teachers and students safe requires punitive discipline.
The Clark County School District is much better at inflating grades than helping students learn.
The UAW and the Big 3 automakers should declare a strike on Mr. Biden’s green agenda.
Las Vegas just solved one of the thorniest issues in public policy, and no one cares.
Low performance among poor, minority students isn’t inevitable. Just look at a new study of KIPP charter schools.
The evidence implicating President Joe Biden in influence peddling keeps piling up.
It’s a lot easier to support liberal policies when you don’t have to live with the results.
It’d be deeply ironic if a union representing teachers chose not to learn what should be an obvious lesson.
Government may have censored speech it labeled misinformation while paying people to produce actual misinformation.