VOLUME 41, No. 10
POLICING IN AMERICA: UNDER REVIEW
By Rich Williams
Discord among Americans on the nature of policing has law enforcement officials, community leaders and lawmakers searching for solutions.
WHO WE ELECT
By Karl Kurtz
Although not quite as diverse as the American public, state lawmakers are a remarkably varied lot.
By Larry Morandi
Extreme weather and limited resources complicate the West’s battle against devastating drought and wildfires.
ON THE RECORD
Q&A with William Kristol—Pundit, Professor, Publisher. “Let’s give more power back to the states. I think it would be a very common-sense proposal.”
THE FINAL WORD
Ron Ramsey—Tennessee’s first Republican Senate speaker and lieutenant governor in 140 years. “If I had my druthers, I would not be in Nashville doing