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.
Obama’s failure to stop at a Phoenix VA hospital or march in an anti-terrorism march in Paris not worth the criticism.
Legislative optimism about having a kindred spirit as governor will crash into budget realities.
Not defending the lawsuit, as Ducey’s supporters on the right want, would leave him with a new budget mess and no replacement program.
Obama chooses Phoenix to illustrate the housing recovery, while locals are still crying in their beer over it.
Ducey roots his governorship in expanding opportunity for all and equal access to education irrespective of family circumstances.
Muggeridge’s gloomy question doesn’t seem quite as irrationally pessimistic.
Doesn’t the will of the voters in passing Proposition 108, requiring a two-thirds vote to increase state revenues, deserve respect?