Jackson: Mussi commentary misses the mark on state revenue situation

Response: Why are lawmakers pushing billions in tax hikes despite record state revenue? Despite “record revenue” and tax cuts, education spending [...] Continue Reading →

Mussi: Why are lawmakers pushing billions in tax hikes despite record state revenues?

An interesting paradox has developed at the legislature this year. Even though state policymakers are sitting on record tax revenues and a robust [...] Continue Reading →

Mendoza: Open borders resulted in my son’s death, please stop the carnage

Some say building a border wall would be immoral. As a parent whose child was killed by an illegal immigrant, I say it would be immoral not to [...] Continue Reading →

Kurland: New Arizona bill could allow employers to pay working students less

The Republican majority in the Arizona House of Representatives, with all 31 votes, passed a bill to allow businesses to pay working students [...] Continue Reading →

Merrifield & Liles: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will impact Arizona nonprofits

Recent changes in federal tax laws designed to save taxpayers money are costing Arizona nonprofit organizations money. Lots of money. And, [...] Continue Reading →

Greenburg: Arizonans must remain vigilant when considering proposed bills

In his book titled “We the People,” Professor Erwin Chemerinsky, the dean of the University of Berkeley’s School of Law and one of the United [...] Continue Reading →

Eskildson: 3 suggestions to improve Arizona pupil achievement

Stanford’s “Center for Research on Education Outcomes,” Mathematica, Brookings Institute, and Princeton have all found that charters following a [...] Continue Reading →

Good: Education, prevention is the first step to ending the drug crisis

Drug use is on the rise throughout every state in the US. More kids are picking up their first drug every day and becoming addicted and, [...] Continue Reading →

Van Parys: A reader fact-check of Webber’s perspective of America’s future

The times, they are a changing. It is a rare occurrence that I am rendered speechless, it is even more rare when I am rendered such by an op-ed. [...] Continue Reading →

Webber: The media’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez obsession

Surely, I’m not the only person in this country questioning why the media has made New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a media [...] Continue Reading →