The consequences of Phoenix’s misadventure in the hotel business extend well beyond city government to engulf the entire state.
Trump pardoned Arpaio because he is an important symbol on one of Trump’s signature issues, illegal immigration. Pardon opponents have serially misrepresented what Arpaio was criminally convicted of doing.
The statues should come down, but they aren’t worth getting this worked up over.
Trump ran on a new direction for American foreign policy. No place was better suited to apply it than Afghanistan. Instead, Trump opted the same old, same old.
When the justices make a mess, they should be willing to clean it up. Even without being asked.
The health care plan of the Problem Solvers Caucus, supported by the three Arizona representatives from swing congressional districts, won’t solve the problem.
After 16 years, $700 billion, and 22,000 casualties, it’s time for Afghanistan to find its own course.
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.
The most constructive thing the United States can do in Venezuela is stay out of the story.