Ryan’s memo might not have been wise, but the judge’s comparison with Joe Arpaio was way out of line.
Arpaio wasn’t railroaded, but he didn’t get the jury trial guaranteed by the Constitution.
In his new book, Conscience of a Conservative, Flake writes Trump out of conservatism and tries to increase the market for a politics of inclusion and expansion.
The real obstacle to Native American advancement is a culture of paternalism and dependency embedded in the relationship with the federal government.
Don’t have a quarrel with AG Brnovich’s decision not to prosecute, but the conclusion that former state House Speaker David Gowan misused public resources can be fairly made.
DeBolske, who passed away this week, had a greater influence on the development of the modern Phoenix metro area than any other figure in our history.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell surprisingly concocted an Obamacare replacement, call it Mitchcare, that was actually worth passing.
The U.S. Constitution couldn’t be plainer, and the case has some twists a jury, not a judge, should weigh.
In Murr v. Wisconsin, even the dissenters fail to give property rights the stature intended by the founders. Fortunately, Arizona voters have.
The actual likely effects of GOP Obamacare replacements on Arizona’s Medicaid program don’t justify all the hysteria.