Referendum failure dramatically changes the politics of private school vouchers. The attorney general should have a nondiscretionary duty to defend duly enacted state laws.
Monthly Archives: September 2022
Let competition in AZ higher ed rip
ASU getting into the associate degree business should trigger a lifting of all restrictions on community colleges offering four-year degrees.
Allowing legislators to keep audit secrets
The Arizona Supreme Court decreed that a judge-invented legislative privilege supersedes a public records law promising an “accurate knowledge” of the origins and operations of Fann’s misbegotten election audit.
Discovering the need for RINOs
Kelli Ward’s letter asking Mitch McConnell to bail out the Blake Masters campaign was curious and instructive.
The distorting role of subsidies
They don’t make things cheaper. They raise prices and misallocate capital.
Right message, wrong messenger
As the alleged beneficiary of the mythical stolen election, Biden isn’t best positioned to debunk the Big Lie or frame the 2022 election around it.
The Political Notebook 9.1.22
Inane NRSC ad attempting to depict Mark Kelly as a wimp. Strategically misguided Katie Hobbs border security ad.