The Arizona Supreme Court got the Brush & Nib case wrong. But this is something civil society can work out on its own.
The Trump administration’s reform plan doesn’t really reduce the role of the federal government in the housing finance market.
Seeking political credit for federal grants to local governments doesn’t put her in a good position to argue for their curtailment or elimination.
The problem isn’t that Michele Reagan was selected. It’s that, as a non-lawyer, she was eligible to begin with.
The unintended consequences of a four to five month moratorium on electricity disconnects for non-payment could be huge.
State agencies act as prosecutors and judges. How is that fair? And why don’t lawmakers fix it?
The Trump administration should consummate a deal with the Taliban, even if the dire predictions of critics come true.
It is understandable that Comey kept copies of memos about his interactions with Trump. It’s what he did with them that was wrong.
A disadvantage in accessing public platforms is nothing new for conservatives. And the answer has always been the same: build their own.
Remember the dysfunctional locks at the Lewis Prison, government owned and operated, next time you encounter a screed about private prisons.