A quiet period of small-ball politics may have some merit. But it diminishes Ducey as a force.
For the first time in a decade, the state is rolling in dough. Budgets are actually more difficult when there is lots of money.
Republicans didn’t pass a budget when they were in charge. Democrats are offering a reasonable way out of the current impasse.
Stop taking advice. Particularly about politics. The politics of the 2020 election are impossible to figure out.
Giving judges and prison officials more power shouldn’t be the answer.
Xi blew up the old strategic framework that guided U.S.-China relations. A trade deal will be hard to assess without a replacement.
There’s a better way to reform gubernatorial succession than creating a new, superfluous political office.
A flawed judge’s decision should occasion a fresh discussion at the Legislature about eliminating the dual enforcement system for campaign finance.
While there is no political appetite for drastic government mandates, the economy will probably naturally decarobonize, as it has been.
Flake’s reaction to Trump left him in political no-man’s land.