The GOP nominee can forge a humbler path on foreign policy—or turn back to failed neoconservatism.
A law to protect people engaged in journalism from having to reveal sources gets blocked by Sen. Tom Cotton.
Cotton is one of the Senate's staunchest drug warriors and no friend of liberty.
In fact, most were caught on federal property with small amounts of pot.
Criminal justice groups say the numbers vindicate their push to keep those people from being sent back to prison.
Tom Cotton, a Second Amendment Champion, Proposes a 5-Year Mandatory Minimum for Violating Arbitrary Gun Bans
Although the Arkansas senator claims to be targeting "violent felons," his draconian bill would affect many people who pose no threat.
The Supreme Court nominee's critics say she clearly did, but several federal appeals courts disagree.
Can you define "partisan circus?"
There's a particular richness to Republican senators weaponizing the right to defense counsel as an affront to the Constitution as opposed to something that's pivotal to it.
Tom Cotton's Absurd Question About Contacting a Heroin Dealer's Victims Reveals a Drug Warrior's Demagoguery
The mindlessly punitive senator grilled Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson about her resentencing of a drug offender.
Leading Republicans continue to find dubious areas of agreement with Democrats.
This is not your older brother's "Libertarian Moment," caution Reason Roundtable podcasters.
Ricky Dale Harrington is polling at 38 percent in a two-way race against one of the leading voices of the GOP's ascendant authoritarian nationalism.
Josh Hawley Doesn't Want Trump's SCOTUS Endorsement (Thank Goodness). But Ted Cruz and Tom Cotton Do.
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Ricky Dale Harrington, Jr., is running to keep Tom Cotton out of the White House.
The paper's editors are blind to the sins of writers whose conclusions they like.
Staffers framed their opposition to Sen. Tom Cotton's op-ed as a matter of workplace safety.
Elite media institutions are noisily abandoning liberalism.
Police brutality brought Americans into the streets. What would military force do?
Plus: Oberlin College must pay $33 million for aiding student activists' defamatory campaign against a local bakery.
Restrictionist allies seethe as Jared Kushner's reform plan fails to reduce overall numbers.
The RAISE Act would strongly prioritize high-skilled immigrants.
The Senate would lose an authoritarian who wants to crack down on immigrants and fight the drug war. But he's also a hawk in favor of foreign interventions.
Cotton's idea that a flood of immigrant labor is to blame for depressed low-skill wages is just flaky
Accusing Apple of "hyperbole" is pretty ballsy...and utterly wrongheaded.
GOP Should Side with Civil Libertarians Rand Paul and Mike Lee, Not Mitch McConnell and Tom Cotton, on Patriot Act Provisions
The Arkansas senator's commitment to a national security state and bellicose foreign policy seems like a fan fiction version of Dr. Strangelove.
Freshman Sen. Tom Cotton wants to invade Iran and Syria, jail journalists and whistleblowers, eavesdrop on Americans, and keep the 'savages' locked up in Gitmo.