By appearing with Trump, Arizona GOP officials and candidates condone his attempted coup of the 2020 presidential election.
Monthly Archives: July 2021
On COVID and schools, Ducey should stay in his lane
Schools should be open, but also free to make their own decisions about mitigating transmission risk.
Biden gives Trump’s big tech lawsuit a boost
Biden browbeating Facebook about vaccination messaging raises questions about the independence of big tech in moderating their sites.
Congress should act on legal status for dreamers
Rather than a fruitless appeal of a recent court decision finding that DACA is a constitutional overreach, provide legal status to dreamers the right way, through legislation.
Debt reduction, transportation were the big budget winners
The GOP state budget spends big, just not on the things critics would prefer.
Michigan’s election review vs. Fann’s farce
A GOP-led election review from the Michigan state Senate shows how it could have been done responsibly in Arizona, rather than turning it over to Trump conspiracy adherents.
Brnovich, Scalia big winners in ballot harvesting case
The high court was right to uphold the challenged provisions of Arizona’s election law. But critics have a point about the court’s conservative majority weakening the Voting Rights Act potent force that Congress intended.