A waiver granted Indiana points the way to how Ducey can get the horns of his Medicaid dilemma.
Monthly Archives: January 2015
Greek vote proves bailout was a bad idea
The European Union should let Greece go its own way.
Damping Europe’s subtle anti-Semitism
Jews, even in Europe, still have reason not to take safety and security for granted.
Needed: A terrorism response between Obama and Bush
The jihadi threat mounts and the United States has no allies in the region we can count on to combat it.
Obama, community college, and the death of federalism
To Obama and the Democrats, states aren’t really sovereign. They are administrative arms of the federal government.
Boehner violates more than protocol
Netanyahu invitation trespasses on the president’s writ on conducting foreign affairs. Not that Obama is much of a respecter of constitutional separation of powers, including on an Iran agreement.
Economic confusion from Obama and his apologists
Why is the U.S. economy doing better than Europe’s? Is it because we have Obama, or something else?
Defund and deregulate community colleges
Free them of state funding and restrictions, particularly about offering four-year degrees.
How about a Mountain West Super Tuesday?
Arizona and other Mountain West states could gain some relevance in the presidential nomination process by banding together.
Ducey provides a plausible path to balanced budget
Ducey’s opening budget gambit is sensible, substantively and politically.