Whether Trump is a good man or an honest and ethical businessman isn’t a proper subject for a congressional hearing.
Holding that the Sports Authority’s car-rental tax was unconstitutional would have created a mess.
Trump isn’t trashing the Constitution. But he is circumventing Congress and misusing his emergency powers.
Arizona’s entire House delegation signs on to a bill giving them greater leverage over veterans’ health care. It’s a bad idea.
Trump is not retreating from the world, as his actions in Venezuela, and elsewhere, illustrate. It’s just that his foreign policy doesn’t fit the familiar constructs.
Fraud in North Carolina’s absentee ballot program should put an end to the debate over ballot harvesting in Arizona.
He probably won’t be the nominee, but the nominee will be running on the Sanders agenda.
Some of the voucher bills are good, some bad. But none violate the will of voters expressed in the defeat of Prop. 305.
Despite funding for a border wall, Lesko votes against the budget deal and Gallego votes for it.
The two-party system locks out candidates whom voters might prefer.