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Politics

Agenda languishing, Democrats press Biden to go it alone

Top Democrats are pleading for President Joe Biden to act alone on some of the party’s core legislative priorities, viewing executive action as their best hope of delivering on their promises and energizing liberal voters they worry are going to sit out the elections in November. In areas like voting rights, police reform and immigration

Opinion

Opinion: A Crisis of Trust

Like many of you, I am afraid of COVID. More significantly, I am afraid of my government. I am also tired. I’m tired of doomsday reporting that seems more like propaganda than factual news. I’m tired of the wars of words that have erupted on social media. I’m tired of hearing about anti-vaxxers and covidiots,

COVID-19

Governor Ducey Rescinds 25 Pandemic-Related Executive Orders

Governor Doug Ducey rescinded 25 Executive Orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic following action by the Arizona Legislature to codify into law many of the policies enacted by the Executive Orders to protect against excessive mandates, including mask usage in schools and prohibiting vaccine passports. “Throughout the pandemic, we took action to protect Arizonans and

Buz Blog

Opinion – PINO: President In Name Only

Is Joe Biden really our president? That is really a good question, but you won’t hear it on any of the cable or network TV or radio channels. It won’t be asked in any of the major newspapers. What constitutes the office of the President? The President of the United States is the chief executive

U.S. Government

Why disputes between Congress and the White House so often end up in court

The three branches of U.S. government often find themselves in tension. White House, Eric Kiser; Capitol, John Xavier; Supreme Court, Architect of the Capitol, CC BY-SA Sarah Burns, Rochester Institute of Technology When the executive and legislative branches of the U.S. government don’t agree, especially on thorny, politically charged issues such as reproductive rights and

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