The monumental difference between being a member of Congress and commander in chief.
To solve Arizona’s teacher shortage, pay has to be increased. But working conditions also need to be overhauled and improved. Here’s three ideas to do that.
Judge Neil Wake’s political screed about education finance got a lot of things wrong.
U.S. House votes to allow marijuana businesses access to banking services and there are some important improvements to an Arizona legalization initiative.
O’Halleran seeks a federal bailout for his district, to compensate for the effects of shutting down the Navajo Generating Station. A rapid transition to a decarbonized energy market wouldn’t be painless.
Separating the mentally ill with violent tendencies could stop some mass shootings and other gun tragedies. Figuring out appropriate due process before that happens isn’t that difficult.
Being the new chairman of the House Freedom Caucus gives Biggs greater influence in shaping GOP legislative strategy. And a leg up for a U.S. Senate run, if he’s interested.
The Arizona Supreme Court got the Brush & Nib case wrong. But this is something civil society can work out on its own.
Seeking political credit for federal grants to local governments doesn’t put her in a good position to argue for their curtailment or elimination.
The problem isn’t that Michele Reagan was selected. It’s that, as a non-lawyer, she was eligible to begin with.