Although the Supreme Court ruling wasn’t the victory for states rights commonly depicted, Gov. Doug Ducey had some interesting things to say in its aftermath.
The rest of the world can figure out how to do business around us. Weaponizing access to our markets, through tariffs and sanctions, quickens the arrival of that day.
What’s worrisome isn’t that Trump withdrew. It’s what he said while withdrawing.
Rather than relish Macron’s rebuke of Trump, there should be a bipartisan discussion of realigning our international role with our true security interests.
With trillion-dollar deficits just around the corner and Paul Ryan retiring, who will lead the cause of fixing the finances of the federal government?
Our international engagements, in Syria and elsewhere, runs risks hugely disproportionate to our true security interests.
Rather than a Facebook show trial, Congress should give individuals an enforceable property right to their personal data.
The objective shouldn’t be to manage trade with China. It should be to protect the integrity of the U.S. system of democratic capitalism.
Flake is trying to make an ideological case against Trump, but his real beef is over behavior.
Immigration policy should be decided in Congress, not the courts.