If the goal is meaningfully more money for schools quickly, Ducey’s state land trust proposal remains the only horse in the race with a chance of reaching the finish line.
If state government hasn’t been doing it for 30 years, and no one noticed, why not change the job?
By resigning, Boehner has liberated himself from the Shutdown Caucus, including those from Arizona.
The U.S. needs a new school of foreign policy that sees the world and American interests are they truly are.
Rather than tweak restrictions on the direct shipment of wines, take a sledgehammer to outdated restrictions on how booze is marketed and sold.
The council is ducking fundamental questions and considering wrongheaded reforms.
Successful redevelopment requires a light regulatory hand.
Critics use Ducey’s enthusiasm about participating in the Pope’s visit against him.
If the Pope is going to be political, his politics are as subject to protest as anyone else’s.
While responding to the humanitarian crisis is paramount, questions about national sovereignty, identity and culture can’t be easily shunted aside.