The impasse over funding the Department of Homeland Security wasn’t a test of political fortitude. It was a test of political intelligence.
The Valley’s economy isn’t driven by housing and it will recover when it recovers.
Rather than confronting a structural deficit, the mayor sends out a happy-face press release.
K-12 education should get first dibs on a sales tax increase.
Consumer demand will prevent slow download speeds or the blocking of sites.
Objective tests are the only way to measure and improve student achievement and provide accountability for taxpayers.
Arizona has never required grassroots lobbying campaigns, astroturf or otherwise, to register and report contributions and expenditures.
The protection of the United States shouldn’t be predicated on radical transformations of other countries and societies.
That’s the ideal date for voter participation and robust general election campaigns.
After Obamacare, the federal government will be expected to be the insurer of last resort for everyone.