Trump committed an impreachable offense deserving of a ban on future office. But disqualification independent of removal isn’t a constitutional option.
It’s good that President Biden wants to make a serious, early run at comprehensive immigration reform. Unfortunately, his proposal doesn’t offer a good start.
Ducey’s proposed tax cuts won’t come close to counteracting the economic threat from Prop. 208’s high marginal income tax rate. Here are some ideas of what truly thinking big might entail.
Biden made unity his inaugural theme, but he won’t pursue a unity agenda. And unity isn’t what’s needed to repair American democracy.
Ducey has a better track record on education funding than he is given credit for. But some of his recent ideas need a lot of work.
Democrats will expect Sinema and Kelly to support the Biden agenda, even in the face of unified Republican opposition. That would run counter to the successful political personas they have crafted at home.
Big Tech has the right to ban not only illegal speech by Trumpeteers, but consitutionally protected speech as well. In so doing, however, they are operating as publishers and should be subject to the same liability as any other publisher.
In his State of the State address, Ducey was vague about a post-vaccination world agenda. But his management of the pandemic has given Arizona broader, more immediate options than other states.
There are significant, and unnecessary, risks in attempting a normal legislative session during a period of high COVID transmission.
Biggs, Gosar and Lesko tried to throw out the votes of 3.4 million Arizonans as part of a plot to keep Trump in power.