Libertarian-minded donors are missing an opportunity to move the political needle by not getting behind the Johnson-Weld ticket.
Monthly Archives: August 2016
Odd trends in Arizona voter registration
Since the last election, the rise in independent registration has petered out and Democrats have narrowed the registration gap.
Clinton overplays the race card
The left underestimates the built-up resentment in Middle America over what has become known as political correctness.
Clinton’s small business pander
Small businesses don’t need more federal programs. They need a return to economic fundamentals.
Punish Sheriff Joe, not taxpayers
Judge Snow has consistently overreached in saddling Maricopa County taxpayers with expenses for Arpaio’s offenses.
What’s an 18-year-old ballpark worth?
Only what someone else is willing to pay for it.
If Ducey wants strong K-12 accountability system, he has an uphill fight
A more harmonious state Board of Education shouldn’t be the primary objective.
Trump dismisses Middle East complexity
In the Middle East, the enemies of our enemy are enemies.
The GOP Corporation Commission circus
Need persuading that corporation commissioners should be appointed, not elected? There is something you should watch and hear.
The Know-Something Kelli Ward
The primary debate with John McCain that could have been.