A low-grade anti-retention campaign against Justices Bolick and Pelander illustrates the potential threat of the current system to an independent judiciary.
Monthly Archives: October 2018
Democratic demagoguery about pre-existing conditions
Democrats, including Sinema, are misrepresenting what Republicans passed, while ducking a important debate about improving the individual health insurance market while providing a reliable safety net for the seriously sick.
National security views a blur, particularly with Sinema
Where do Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally stand on national security issues, particularly the use of military force? That’s a good question.
This election isn’t only about Trump
Making it so leads to misanalysis, misunderstanding and miscalculation.
After Khashoggi, rethinking the U.S. role in the Middle East
Israel is our only real ally in the region. And even there, it’s fights shouldn’t automatically become our fights.
Sinema can’t protect Medicare through inaction
The Medicare hospitalization trust fund runs out of reserves in 2026. If nothing is done, that means big benefit cuts.
Phoenix needs a part-time mayor
Padding the job with political pursuits results in the neglect of making tough decisions about policies for sound and sustainable city governance.
For school choice supporters, yes is the right vote on Prop. 305
The voucher cap is high enough to probably cover most students who want to attend private schools.
Prop. 126 cuts short a needed discussion about tax reform
And it may do even worse.
How the GOP lost the health care issue
In Arizona and around the country, Democrats are pummeling Republicans on health care. And Republicans are trying to change the subject.