After a presidential pardon, Arizona's most notorious former sherrif is not a reformed man.
Ex-Sheriff and Failed Senate Candidate Joe Arpaio Announces He Will Run for Maricopa County Sheriff Again
Arpaio lost his re-election bid in 2016 and was later convicted of criminal contempt by a federal judge.
Q&A with the co-founder of Institute for Justice about immigration, his legal philosophy, his battles with Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and that tattoo.
The op-ed's claims are harsh, but they're also true.
This is what happens when "zero tolerance" meets the limitations of government resources.
Because nothings says "rule of law" like a sheriff held in contempt for refusing to follow a judge's orders.
Still thirsty for attention and with no degrading jails left to run, Joe Arpaio seeks higher office.
The war on immigration has taken a great toll on unauthorized aliens, its targets. But it is also badly affecting Americans themselves, its intended beneficiaries.
Arpaio doesn't like to be reminded he was held in contempt of court
The president is doing everything he can do to alienate libertarians who believe in shrinking the size, scope, and spending of government.
Trump's Pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio Is a Reminder that Presidential Pardon Powers Should Be Used Far More Often
Presidential pardons were a depressing crapshoot long before Arpaio received one.
His and President Trump's complaints that he was treated unfairly by the courts are nonsense.
The president admires strong men who break the law to enforce it.
The notorious former Maricopa County, Arizona, sheriff was held in contempt by a federal judge.
But not a single American will be any safer.
Happy trails to America's worst sheriff.
Tuesday could be the swan song for the infamous Sheriff Joe, who is dragging in polls and facing criminal contempt charges.
Trump relied on undocumented workers to amass his non-fortune
To hunt down drug dealers
To make sure Joe Arpaio and staff stop with the racial profiling
Arizona sheriff probably most well-known in country
Made up of unpaid volunteers
The circuit court said the sheriff could be held liable for the act
See, he's not a monster!