There’s no need to run to Mommy, the federal government, for an investigation. Or return to a federal overseer for all Arizona election changes.
Monthly Archives: March 2016
Trump is right about NATO
There is no reason American taxpayers should have to underwrite the security and stability of Europe.
After Brussels, should Obama have come home?
Obama mishandled his response to the terrorist attack, but returning to Washington would have been a mistake.
GOP criticism of Obama’s Cuba visit rings hollow
Republicans want to create rules for Cuba engagement that don’t apply to China or Saudi Arabia.
A multiparty system for the United States
If Trump blows up the Republican coalition, what might arise in its aftermath?
Should Arizona have a foreign policy?
Boycotting Israel is craven, but a state anti-boycott law is just a compliance nuisance.
A better way to choose a presidential nominee
Maybe the Trump blitzkrieg of the field will give political legs to Mo Udall’s idea of rotating regional primary dates.
Overreacting to Reagan’s campaign finance law rewrite
The bright-line test in Reagan’s bill is a dark-money sideshow.
Leave the Israelis and Palestinians alone
The Middle East has a sickness but the United States doesn’t know the cure.
Doing some useful weeding of the Tedious State
The Arizona Legislature is working on some at least modest reforms of occupational licensing.