Biggs’ attempt to deprive McCarthy of the speakership is obtuse regarding the lesson of the 2022 election.
Hard to think of a worst way for Hobbs to gauge whether there is space for bipartisan deal-making with a GOP-controlled legislature.
Improving political prospects for pragmatic conservatives doesn’t start with the state Republican Party apparatus.
The measure may do more to deter tax cuts than tax increases.
Trump attempted to stay in power despite losing the election. Virtually all Republicans running in Arizona participated in, condoned, or say they would have participated in the plot.
The political left going nuts over an exchange of compliments between her and McConnell illuminates the real obstacle to more civil discourse and bipartisan governance.
Masters unjustifiably smears the U.S. military, including the top brass. Kelly’s comments about inflation raise serious questions about his grasp of the issue.
Referendum failure dramatically changes the politics of private school vouchers. The attorney general should have a nondiscretionary duty to defend duly enacted state laws.
ASU getting into the associate degree business should trigger a lifting of all restrictions on community colleges offering four-year degrees.
The Arizona Supreme Court decreed that a judge-invented legislative privilege supersedes a public records law promising an “accurate knowledge” of the origins and operations of Fann’s misbegotten election audit.