Trump is mostly wrong about China, but he was right to take the congratulatory call from Taiwan’s president.
Ducey is feeding the perception, through events such as the result Lucid media shindig, that government creates economic growth through favorable treatment of selected businesses and industries.
An instructive example of what a truly pluralist society based on merit looks like.
Directly electing the president would require a federal takeover of elections generally.
The real problem is that polls have become catnip for political journalists.
It’s understandable that Trump should want Bannon in the White House. And why beat up Jeff Flake over Bannon?
Democrats narrowed the registration disadvantage and won some seats. But too early to call it a trend.
A recent court decision means that neither the Legislature nor the voters can fix Arizona’s bleeding retirement funds.
A well-functioning individual health insurance market and outlawing medical underwriting, as Obamacare does and Trump has indicated a desire to keep, are incompatible.
Middle Americans voted for change. But exactly what kind of change will satisfy them remains unclear.