Xi blew up the old strategic framework that guided U.S.-China relations. A trade deal will be hard to assess without a replacement.
Monthly Archives: December 2018
Not that Lieutenant Governor thing again
There’s a better way to reform gubernatorial succession than creating a new, superfluous political office.
Make Clean Elections the campaign finance cop
A flawed judge’s decision should occasion a fresh discussion at the Legislature about eliminating the dual enforcement system for campaign finance.
Will climate change solve itself?
While there is no political appetite for drastic government mandates, the economy will probably naturally decarobonize, as it has been.
The tragedy of Jeff Flake
Flake’s reaction to Trump left him in political no-man’s land.
The Fed needs to make itself less important
Rather than pausing on interest rate increases, the Fed needs to unwind the economic distortions its massive monetary interventions have caused.
Repeal the Bales-Ducey car tax
The new “public safety fee” is an underhanded maneuver around Prop. 108 and very bad governance.
Four big ideas for Arizona
If the transformative conservative reformer Ducey wants to make an appearance, here are four ideas that would make a difference for Arizona’s future.