The real issue in the French presidential election is probably whether the demise of the European-integration enterprise is fast or gradual.
From fixing Obamacare to crafting a state budget, legislating as a process of discovery could reveal a democratic consensus.
A pass for Sinema et al on Backpage.com contributions … except for one thing.
The Legislature constrained the GPLET giveaway. The Goldwater Institute is aiming a legal bazooka intending to blow the whole thing up.
The U.S. Supreme Court says that race can’t be used in drawing political boundaries. Except where it can. And it gets confusing from there.
Ducey isn’t trying to destroy public education. But he is an obstacle to restoring funding cuts from the recession.
Schweikert’s risk-sharing proposal might keep Ryancare from imploding, but it wouldn’t create a robust market.
Syrian air strike indicates that Trump’s foreign policy won’t be rooted in an overall strategic vision of America’s place and role in the world. That may be OK.
The Right to Earn a Living Act has judges making decisions that belong to the executive and legislative branches.
Although I don’t like the limitations, the Worsley amendment makes it clear that this isn’t really about money.