Are states free to establish their own laws?
California wants single-payer. Texas wants free-market. This isn’t a conflict.
The only people capable of sustaining their role as citizens of the Republic are those who understand and seek to fulfill their vocation as human beings: seeking justice according to God’s will.
Despite scare-mongering, there is no evidence of any impending cyber-attack on the American electoral system.
Public sentiment and common sense are driving necessary and long overdue changes in state-level marijuana policies
Ohio’s fight to keep federalism working
All incumbent attorneys general won, plus these seven new ones.
219 votes in favor of leaving states alone — many conservative Republicans, but no Debbie Wasserman Schultz
We can’t wait until the GOP controls both houses, states should act now.
Across the board, it’s Republicans.
There’s nothing scandalous about state and local governments using tax dollars to lure businesses to their jurisdictions.
The states can choose not to implement the law.
Federalism isn’t an end in itself.
Overlapping state and federal anti-crime efforts can produce some horrible injustices.
Lawsuits may be the last chance to save the 50 states from finally disappearing into an all-powerful national state.
How the stimulus robbed states of their sovereignty - SVEN LARSON
The 2009 law effectively turned states into federal protectorates.
Plan would allow states to choose how they spend health care funds.
There’s no reason a 60-vote threshold in the Senate should keep believers from experiencing their green-job-nirvana.
OPINION: As crisis bites, EU grabs for power - THE TELEGRAPH
As the debate continues over the European Commission’s proposals for “peer review” of national budgets, Marta Andreasen, the European Commission’s former chief accountant, gives her blunt opinion