Ducey doesn’t need one to win. But without one, he has no mandate regardless of how big he wins.
There are no such things as “permanent” and “sustainable” funding sources for anything.
Elizabeth Warren’s Accountable Capitalism Act would fundamentally alter the relationship between shareholders and the corporations they ostensibly own.
Pakistan and Turkey demonstrate that its lending is improvident, and often does more harm than good.
The contracting model for charter schools isn’t being accepted, or understood.
What is most important for voters to know is being obliterated by all the negative, demonizing ads.
Most Americans who claim to be socialist aren’t really, if the term is to retain any meaning or historical lessons.
What voters would get with Ducey is reasonably knowable. Garcia, not so much.
Greece is little better off than before, and the risks of lending to improvident countries weren’t made obvious.
Jon Kyl is the right choice as a temporary replacement for John McCain — for the state, the country and McCain’s legacy.