A higher priority for the House than keeping the public safe is demonizing immigrants and scoring cheap political points.
The chairman’s criticism ignores settled practice stretching back to the beginning of the Republic.
Congress has embraced follies before, but this is one we cannot afford.
This deal legitimizes Iran as a nuclear threshold state.
If Dylann Roof’s attack on African Americans in a church doesn’t incriminate every white person, neither should Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez’s alleged shooting of Kathryn Steinle incriminate every Mexican American.
Establishing a control board may be the easy way out for a wary Congress but it is not as simple as it seems and could backfire.
His red meat supporters are not interested in nuance, and he has no reason to accede to the entreaties of the establishment Republicans.
Fortunately, there are resources they can use to make the case for innovation in government.
Strong IP protections in the TPP perpetuate the foundation upon which the global innovation system is built.
We can’t incarcerate our way out of our immigration problems any more than we’ve been able to incarcerate our way out of our drug problems.