No evidence of collusion, but plenty of questions about Trump’s behavior in reaction to the investigation.
April 15 was the legal deadline for Congress to agree on a budget resolution for the next fiscal year, which begins in October. That it failed to do so isn’t surprising. But it’s still irresponsible.
Both the left and right run to judges rather than fighting to change outcomes through the political process.
Despite the recent boomlet for ranked choice voting, a nonpartisan top-two primary system is still the best electoral reform for Arizona.
Their arguments against abolishing the Electoral College and directly electing the president would seem to suggest so.
Only Congress can take action to alleviate the flood of Central American asylum seekers overwhelming the federal government’s capacity to deal with them.
So long as Republicans aren’t willing to take on arguments about mandated benefits, medical underwriting and pre-existing conditions, they aren’t in the game.
The report debunks the conspiracy theories of both sides. But our toxic politics will continue undiminished.
The Fed is still distorting capital markets. And Stephen Moore doesn’t appear to be the guy to fix that.
A recent House vote could come back to haunt Stanton and Kirkpatrick.