The numbers on Biden’s massive government expansion don’t add up. Ultimately, it will require a broad-based tax increase. HIs agenda isn’t moderate, centrist or bipartisan. Will Kelly and Sinema support it anyway?
Over the years, Biden has been more right than most about both Afghanistan and Iraq. He is again in withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
The track record of U.S. foreign aid producing good governance and improving economic conditions is abysmal.
The corporate income tax, which Biden wants to hike to fund his American Jobs Plan, is volative and complex. There are better ways to use business to collect government revenue.
Two obscure bills in the Arizona Legislature illustrate the crosscurrents in the GOP’s relationship to business and support for free-market principles.
Biden is spending even more than Obama. But if there is a second tea party movement, GOP is more poorly positioned to benefit from it.
The AG is right that Biden’s Covid response plan attempt to ban state tax cuts is a constitutional overreach. But the challenge isn’t yet ripe. And, for Arizona, probably unnecessary.
If Democrats abolish the virtual filibuster, GOP leader Mitch McConnell threatens to use other rules to bring the Senate to a grinding halt. Democrats should change those rules as well.
Will Sinema and Kelly really vote to nullify two provisions of the Arizona Constitution, duly approved by a majority of the state’s voters?
The Biden administration has been refreshingly, and surprisingly, blunt about the adversarial relationship with Russia and China. But expecting refurbished alliances to do much to confront or contain them isn’t realistic.