Biden is spending even more than Obama. But if there is a second tea party movement, GOP is more poorly positioned to benefit from it.
The AG is right that Biden’s Covid response plan attempt to ban state tax cuts is a constitutional overreach. But the challenge isn’t yet ripe. And, for Arizona, probably unnecessary.
If Democrats abolish the virtual filibuster, GOP leader Mitch McConnell threatens to use other rules to bring the Senate to a grinding halt. Democrats should change those rules as well.
Will Sinema and Kelly really vote to nullify two provisions of the Arizona Constitution, duly approved by a majority of the state’s voters?
The Biden administration has been refreshingly, and surprisingly, blunt about the adversarial relationship with Russia and China. But expecting refurbished alliances to do much to confront or contain them isn’t realistic.
Republicans have the poltical upper hand on immigration. But that could change if they stymie legal status for young adults who were brought here illegally as children. Opposition statements by Arizona GOP House members are revealing.
Whatever you want to call conditions on the southern border, that and lax enforcement in the interior make public acceptance of an amnesty less likely.
Direct election of the president would require uniform, national election standards. H.R. 1 isn’t a good start to that discussion.
The Covid relief bill was a perversion of the budget process to enable a partisan cramdown on Keynesian stimulus and non-Covid redistribution. More to come.
A thought surfaced by the Dominion Voting Systems defamation lawsuits and one filed against state Sen. Wendy Rogers.