The jihadi threat mounts and the United States has no allies in the region we can count on to combat it.
To Obama and the Democrats, states aren’t really sovereign. They are administrative arms of the federal government.
Netanyahu invitation trespasses on the president’s writ on conducting foreign affairs. Not that Obama is much of a respecter of constitutional separation of powers, including on an Iran agreement.
Why is the U.S. economy doing better than Europe’s? Is it because we have Obama, or something else?
Free them of state funding and restrictions, particularly about offering four-year degrees.
Arizona and other Mountain West states could gain some relevance in the presidential nomination process by banding together.
Ducey’s opening budget gambit is sensible, substantively and politically.
Ducey advances a very modest tax proposal, and the spending lobby beats him up anyway.
The state needs more money, but this is wrong place to get it.
Ducey gives the Legislature a soft agenda to preserve political capital for the tough budget negotiations.