Republicans plan on using China as a wedge issue in the election. What the country really needs is a new bipartisan consensus regarding a post-engagement approach to China.
You don’t have to agree with the premise of the protesters to condemn, and take action against, rioting and looting.
In 2014, the state GOP was unbeatable. Today, it barely has more registered voters than the Democrats. The principal change between then and now is Trump.
It’s a nonstarter. And it isn’t an America-first approach.
Who is the press these days? A kerfuffle over the origins and funding of Arizona Mirror illustrates the soundness of the Citizens United decision not making First Amendment rights contingent on the answer.
The focus should be on income support and security. And old idea of Milton Friedman’s would provide a good foundation.
What happened in the Michael Flynn case should bother civil libertarians of all ideological variations, irrespective of what they think about Flynn or Trump.
A general discussion and debate about tort reform would be useful. But creating new COVID-19 liability rules on the fly isn’t warranted.
Sinema’s approach can be caricatured as: Shut everything down. Put everyone on the federal dole.
Trump likes the way the states have managed the COVID-19 outbreak, except when he doesn’t.