In 2024, Biden can’t bifurcate his political audience the way he did in 2020 — posing as a safe, moderate Democrat to swing voters, while assuring progressives he would enact their agenda.
Markets and prices are the best way to bring supply and demand back into balance after Colorado River allocation cuts. Barriers against them are beginning to crack.
The politics of Hobbs’ record-setting veto spree; Phoenix’s prevailing wage dance; a federal spending freeze has merit.
There is a big difference between providing materiel to Ukraine and going into combat for Taiwan.
The duopoly of the two major parties is ripe for reform in Arizona, but reformers are headed in the wrong direction.
Phoenix is caught in the crossfire between federal and state judges. Which may be where the city wants to be.
Harris’ diplomatic mission illustrates how and why the U.S. shouldn’t fully turn geopolitical competition with China into a new Cold War.