A Democratic television ad against Martha McSally doesn’t even mention her. It’s all an attack against Ryan, who cast himself as the villain in our campaign melodrama by agreeing to become House Speaker.
U.S. Senate notes: Run against the Sinema of today; Arizona isn’t Alabama; Ward isn’t doomed against Sinema.
The Grand Canyon Institute thinks some charter operators make too much money. So what?
McCain is on a mission to redeem the U.S. Senate. But what about his commitment to repeal and replace Obamacare?
Virtually all the criticisms of Graham-Cassidy are wrong. But that doesn’t mean it should pass.
Arizona should have high-performing research universities, which will not be as nearly free as possible. But community colleges should be permitted to provide truly low-cost four-year degrees.
Flake isn’t kowtowing to Trump with his voting record. He’s being true to himself.
Stanton, who seems to want to be the state’s most politically correct politician, is getting pressure from his left over the Trump protests and the police reaction.
The Legislature shouldn’t have enacted the ban, but the rationales behind a federal judge striking it down are troubling.
The consequences of Phoenix’s misadventure in the hotel business extend well beyond city government to engulf the entire state.