Small differences in reasoning in the recent Arizona Court of Appeals decision can have big consequences for how much Dreamers have to pay in tuition.
After the GOP baseball shooting, political discourse won’t become more civil. But perhaps the blame game after violent events will be dialed back a bit.
There are big problems appropriating through ballot measures, as illustrated by a proposal from prominent businessmen to significantly increase the dedicated education sales tax.
The future of Millennials and following generations is neither preordained nor unduly constrained. They have a broad range of choices that will determine their path.
The House GOP alternative to Dodd-Frank is an improvement. But only smaller banks will truly end too big to fail.
The record is fairly consistent: voters support vouchers in the abstract, but vote down specific proposals that make the ballot.
Conservatives are frustrated about Donald Trump, but not for the reasons expected.
There have been two Doug Ducey’s: the transformative conservative reformer and the pragmatic steady hand at the helm. Which one will run for re-election?
British Prime Minister Theresa May says that Western democracies should go on offense, doing more than just trying to detect and disrupt terrorist attacks. But is that a realistic aspiration?
Presidents weren’t intended to be able to make binding international commitments unilaterally or engage in combat without congressional authorization.