The quest to increase overall education funding shouldn’t paralyze action on education finance components that don’t make sense.
Maybe my own theory about Trump’s presidential campaign isn’t so crazy after all.
Triggers not tied to the ability to pay don’t make sense, but they are likely to be ignored or changed.
Skeptics are saying that, to win Prop. 123, Ducey needs to renege on what he told voters in 2014 he would do.
The rise of Trump, and the sorry remainder of the field, suggests that America is going through a phase of political infantilism.
Putting it in all caps doesn’t make the arguments of former State Treasurer Dean Martin and others any more persuasive.
Mundell and Chabin should take their case to voters, not a federal prosecutor.
Dreams of a different Arizona politics are nice, but don’t get the schools more money right now.
U.S. interests aren’t served by siding with Saudi Arabia against Iran.
The initiative would expand duel enforcement and give interest groups leverage on the cheap.