Billy Binion is an assistant editor at Reason.
His writing has appeared in HuffPost, Washington Examiner, The Saturday Evening Post, and The Virginian-Pilot, among other publications. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia.
Supporters of those war memorials often say they want to preserve history. But what if they've got the facts wrong?
Assembly Bill 5 forces many companies to reclassify contractors as employees.
"These people are vicious," Trump said.
The Senate majority leader announced he will acquit President Trump.
Schiff, in a broad final plea, seemed to zero in on moderate Republicans who might toe the party line.
Starr urges senators to follow King's example and uphold "freedom and justice."
Impeachment managers in Trump's Senate trial have overplayed their hand by claiming that Ukrainians perished because he blocked aid from the country.
"If a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest, that cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in an impeachment."
"You must do what the Constitution compels you to do: reject these articles of impeachment, for the Constitution and for the American people," said White House counsel Pat Cipollone.
"Purely non-criminal conduct, including 'abuse of power' and 'obstruction of justice,' are outside the range of impeachable offenses," Dershowitz said.
He also likens impeachment to "domestic war."
Rep. Sylvia Garcia threw cold water on accusations that former Vice President Joe Biden acted improperly in Ukraine.
"President Trump corruptly abused the powers of the Presidency to solicit foreign interference in the upcoming presidential election for his personal political benefit," said Schiff.
President Donald Trump is still heading for an almost certain acquittal.
He also implicated Vice President Mike Pence and Rep. Devin Nunes.
President Donald Trump's trial will likely begin next week.
A group of homeless mothers moved into an Oakland, California, home they didn't own.
The New Jersey senator was also willing to buck the establishment at key moments.
The new law seeks to reclassify contractors as employees.
Last week, The New York Times Editorial Board dismissed those concerns and called for a $15 national wage standard.
The Senate is preparing to vote on a War Powers Resolution that would move to curtail President Trump's military actions abroad.
Whether politicians care about congressional oversight seems to hinge on who is in power.
A new dump of emails shed light on Miller's agenda and motivations
Set to take effect in 2020, AB5 will essentially eradicate large swaths of freelance jobs.
The majority leader addressed the Senate the morning after President Donald Trump was officially impeached by the House of Representatives.
His case now heads to the Senate, where he will almost certainly be acquitted.
The libertarian congressman announced on the House floor that he will vote in favor of impeachment.
The state wants to add cops to the list of oppressed classes.
The motion passed along party lines.
The reform could help formalize immigrant farm labor.
Steve Castor and Daniel Goldman seem to disagree on most everything.
"You don't like the building? You think it's old and decaying? Then get out there and push to get a new one," she said.
Trump said mountain climbers couldn't scale his wall. All it takes is a ladder and some rope.
The three witnesses for the Democrats said Trump clearly committed impeachable offenses, while the lone witness for the Republicans said he wasn't so sure.
House Democrats say the president "endangered national security."
The minority report dismisses all witness testimony and maintains that Trump did nothing wrong.
Scott Warren of No More Deaths was acquitted on two charges of harboring illegal immigrants.
"The Trump administration has engaged in some pretty bad behavior. It's a little hard to defend it on the merits," says Keith Whittington.
Russia is seeking to "delegitimize our entire presidency," Fiona Hill testified.
"It's been tried by other nations," the New Jersey senator said.
"It was no secret," he testified.
"I have learned many things that I did not know at the time of the events in question," the former special envoy to Ukraine testified.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman's testimony undermines the White House's defense that the president was focused on anti-corruption efforts.
Meanwhile, Andrew Napolitano thinks Trump "pretty clearly" violated criminal bribery laws
The presidential hopeful on Thursday released a plan to regulate tech giants.
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