The lesson from the latest budget shortfall is that state government isn’t going to grow its way out of its current stagnation.
On DACA and cost-sharing subsidies, Trump is showing more respect for the constitutional limits on presidential power than Obama did.
Despite a lack of funding, Arizona students score at the national average on the National Assessment of Educational Progress tests.
A Democratic television ad against Martha McSally doesn’t even mention her. It’s all an attack against Ryan, who cast himself as the villain in our campaign melodrama by agreeing to become House Speaker.
GOP needs to decide if tax reform is about growth, or is bound by redistributionist constraints.
U.S. Senate notes: Run against the Sinema of today; Arizona isn’t Alabama; Ward isn’t doomed against Sinema.
The NFL flap illustrates how the left’s indiscriminate charges of racism will re-elect Trump.
The Grand Canyon Institute thinks some charter operators make too much money. So what?
McCain is on a mission to redeem the U.S. Senate. But what about his commitment to repeal and replace Obamacare?
Trump’s U.N. speech demonstrates that his foreign policy is entirely situational and ad hoc.