There is no basis for a judge to decide which Census questions are permissible. But there’s no need for the citizenship question.
Monthly Archives: May 2018
Judge charter schools on performance
Educational entrepreneurs shouldn’t be robbed of their ability, and right, to manage their creations.
Ducey, Dems should do this to prevent mass shootings
Legislative Democrats crafted a sensible proposal for a mental health injunction to deny the mentally ill with violent tendencies access to guns. They didn’t attach conditions to it until Ducey proposed something similar.
Will Arizona make a big bet on gambling?
Although the Supreme Court ruling wasn’t the victory for states rights commonly depicted, Gov. Doug Ducey had some interesting things to say in its aftermath.
Weaponizing access to U.S. markets won’t end well
The rest of the world can figure out how to do business around us. Weaponizing access to our markets, through tariffs and sanctions, quickens the arrival of that day.
Why English teachers shouldn’t circulate the tax initiative
Does “nurse” and “teacher” mean the same thing? Half the money raised by the tax initiative for “teacher” pay would go to people who aren’t teachers.
Trump, critics both wrong on Iran
What’s worrisome isn’t that Trump withdrew. It’s what he said while withdrawing.
Tax initiative isn’t really about students or teachers
The Invest in Education initiative is an attempt to exploit the education funding issue to usher in radical changes in Arizona’s tax policy.
Macron should focus on Europe’s inability to defend itself
Rather than relish Macron’s rebuke of Trump, there should be a bipartisan discussion of realigning our international role with our true security interests.
#RedforEd 1, Ducey 0
The Legislature didn’t pass Ducey’s teacher pay proposal. And #RedforEd gets the credit for the additional spending it did approve.