"I have a history of being the only vote that was a 'no,'" the Kentucky Republican tells Reason.
There is nothing in the Constitution that prevents an inmate from winning the presidency.
Iran’s leaders wanted to show the world a high voter turnout. Instead, people stayed home for the "sham" elections.
The wheels of justice, the administration of justice, and a disparaging racehorse.
One in five national governments tried to intimidate or kill exiles in recent years.
The other Biden policy abroad that left an imprint on Tuesday’s presidential primary
Illinois Court Rules Trump Disqualified from the Presidency Under Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment
But the ruling will be effectively overturned if the federal Supreme Court rules in favor of Trump in the Colorado disqualification case, as seems likely based on the oral argument in that case.
Probably because Greg Flynn, who operates 24 of the bakery cafes in California, is a longtime friend of Gov. Gavin Newsom.
I shouldn't have to spend so much money on an accountant every year. But I don't really have a choice.
The survey also found that two-thirds of respondents believe that America is on the "wrong track" when it comes to free speech.
20 Teams of HS Students presented oral argument in Moody v. NetChoice
Despite holding out against a seemingly inevitable Trump nomination, Haley lost in her home state.
Contrary to popular belief, ideas can in fact be killed. And that reality has important implications for how we should handle various conflicts, including those involving Israel and Ukraine.
"Governors don't get to print money," the former Arizona governor tells Reason.
Final decisions, accidental strip searches, and puppycide.
Philip Esformes was sentenced for charges on which a jury hung. After receiving a commutation, the federal government vowed to try to put him back in prison.
Where are the fact-checkers and misinformation cops?
The policy is a true budget buster and is ineffective in the long term.