Members of Congress, including those from Arizona, want to be perceived as doing something about the coronavirus pandemic, but calibrated so as to evade responsibility for outcomes.
The economy will continue to struggle until our approach to managing the public health risk from COVID-19 fundamentally changes.
Progressives are worried that Biden is running a return to normalcy campaign. He’s not, but perhaps he should.
The initial guesstimate about the effect of the coronavirus shutdown on the Arizona state budget suggests that prudently managed state and local governments can muddle through.
There are limits to Ducey’s public health emergency powers, which were exceeded by his executive order banning small business evictions, and perhaps others as well.
The only way to help small business on a broad scale is to reopen the economy.
Initiative proponents are asking judges to make it easier for them to qualify than under existing rules they hadn’t previously challenged.
Yes, China was duplicitous. But that didn’t materially affect what the U.S. did, or when.
During the coronavirus recession, the focus should be on replacement income for individuals. Leave other things, such as Trump’s $2 trillion infrastructure program, to another day.
The measurement is found in the avalanche of unemployment claims.