Reforms shouldn’t jeopardize gains in lower crime rates and livability of urban areas from pro-active policing.
Monthly Archives: June 2020
Supreme Court kills off the separation of powers
Two recent cases — on immigration and employment discrimination — illustrate how the separation of powers is now a dead letter.
Ducey’s coronavirus mistake
Ducey had done a good job balancing Covid-19 considerations. But he didn’t managed expectations regarding what to expect when he lifted the stay-at-home order.
How McSally can get back into the game
If McSally wants a different outcome from 2018, when she lost a U.S. Senate race, she needs to run a different campaign.
Moving beyond China as a political weapon
Republicans plan on using China as a wedge issue in the election. What the country really needs is a new bipartisan consensus regarding a post-engagement approach to China.
Ducey should have stuck with his first statement about protests and rioting
You don’t have to agree with the premise of the protesters to condemn, and take action against, rioting and looting.
Trump’s incredibly shrinking Arizona Republican Party
In 2014, the state GOP was unbeatable. Today, it barely has more registered voters than the Democrats. The principal change between then and now is Trump.