A seventy-year history proves that the United States doesn’t know what it is doing in the Middle East.
An auditor general’s report illustrates what a mistake it was to have the state take over capital funding for schools.
The combination of dislike for APS and distrust of the Arizona Corporation Commission might rekindle the discussion of electricity deregulation in Arizona.
Democrats, with their galloping liberalism, are increasing the stakes for getting rid of Trump.
More and more federal policy is being determined through lawsuits brought by state attorneys general, often with a partisan hue.
If the Legislature is a dead end for even modest and sensible reforms, a far-reaching ballot initiative may erupt.
China isn’t a new Soviet Union. But the United States should insulate ourselves against its influence by limiting access to our markets.
The various budget reconciliation bills blatantly violate the state Constitution’s one-subject requirement.
The state will spend more than it anticipates receiving in taxes. How is that balanced?
The House passage of legal status for dreamers gives Senate Republicans an opportunity, both politically and substantively.