Neither are Never-Trumpers. Both will want a constructive working relationship with Trump and his administration.
The act is long overdue for reform, but few will brave the hyperbolic overreaction from environmentalists.
In the Trump tax-cut hiring binge, employers are looking at alternatives to a college degree to credential prospects.
Congress should reassert its constitutional authority, but shouldn’t intrude on the president’s power, even if that president is Trump.
Artificially low interest rates are bad for small savers and the economy, but Trump expressing the opposite view isn’t a threat to the Fed’s independence.
The issue differences are not that large. The real choice is about a commitment to governing.
Flake proposes that congressional approval be required before a president can impose tariffs on national security grounds. That’s the least Congress can do to reassert its authority in this area.
Other countries are rapidly signing agreements, while what Trump wants on trade remains unclear.
Relations with Russia should be grounded in three realities, which are being overshadowed by domestic political eruptions.
Congress should pass a law protecting personal digital data as a property right, but won’t. Arizona should follow California’s lead and pass one of our own.