Even where it's already legal
Anti-discrimination laws can't protect gay people against the new "religious freedom."
Liberals have a problem with bright shiny objects
By all means, celebrate the Arizona gay-rights victory. But don't forget about other issues in other states.
An anti-gay bill in Arizona could hurt Republicans nationally. How the tables have turned!
What scholars had to say about the recent spate of anti-gay bills.
Arizona's proposed law would have frightening unintended consequences.
On issues like Medicaid and military spending, signs of a Republican rift
The real Republican divide isn't about those messaging issues discussed by political strategists. It's about policy issues like Medicaid and defense spending, where a divide is emerging between conservatives who want to make a point in a long-term philosophical debate and conservatives who have to govern right now.
Last month the Metro Program released its latest report card for the nation’s 100 largest metro economies, the MetroMonitor. The report, which evaluates economic performance through the third quarter of 2012, revealed that as the economic recovery continues to play out slowly across the country, some of the metros hit hardest by the recession are seeing surprising rebounds from their lows. The Phoenix, Ariz. metropolitan area epitomizes this trend. After a precipitous fall into the recession, the region is making notable progress.