Ducey doesn’t need one to win. But without one, he has no mandate regardless of how big he wins.
Monthly Archives: September 2018
Demanding an education funding unicorn
There are no such things as “permanent” and “sustainable” funding sources for anything.
Should politicians call the shots at big corporations
Elizabeth Warren’s Accountable Capitalism Act would fundamentally alter the relationship between shareholders and the corporations they ostensibly own.
Abolish the International Monetary Fund
Pakistan and Turkey demonstrate that its lending is improvident, and often does more harm than good.
Is making big bucks on education a scandal?
The contracting model for charter schools isn’t being accepted, or understood.
Both McSally and Sinema would be effective senators
What is most important for voters to know is being obliterated by all the negative, demonizing ads.
Socialism as a political fashion statement
Most Americans who claim to be socialist aren’t really, if the term is to retain any meaning or historical lessons.
Ed funding fight moves to the governor’s race
What voters would get with Ducey is reasonably knowable. Garcia, not so much.
The unlearned lessons from the Greece bailout
Greece is little better off than before, and the risks of lending to improvident countries weren’t made obvious.
Ducey made the right call with Kyl
Jon Kyl is the right choice as a temporary replacement for John McCain — for the state, the country and McCain’s legacy.