Obamacare isn’t what was envisioned. But Republicans don’t have a credible alternative to Democratic proposals for ever greater government involvement in health care.
Biggs is right that Democrats are suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome. But Biggs has come down with a case of Trump Derangement Derangement Syndrome.
The monumental difference between being a member of Congress and commander in chief.
The key to understanding the full context of Trump’s attempt to induce a foreign leader to investigate a political rival lies in Giuliani’s interactions with Ukrainian officials.
U.S. House votes to allow marijuana businesses access to banking services and there are some important improvements to an Arizona legalization initiative.
Other countries are looking for alternatives to the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. Trump’s sanctions diplomacy adds urgency to the quest.
As president, Trump asked a foreign leader to work with his personal attorney to investigate a political rival. That’s not right.
O’Halleran seeks a federal bailout for his district, to compensate for the effects of shutting down the Navajo Generating Station. A rapid transition to a decarbonized energy market wouldn’t be painless.
Separating the mentally ill with violent tendencies could stop some mass shootings and other gun tragedies. Figuring out appropriate due process before that happens isn’t that difficult.
Being the new chairman of the House Freedom Caucus gives Biggs greater influence in shaping GOP legislative strategy. And a leg up for a U.S. Senate run, if he’s interested.