What mass shooters have in common is profound social alienation. There are places on the internet where such people gather.
Give users control of their data, but otherwise leave big tech alone.
While a debate breaks out about limiting how the Fed manages monetary policy, Facebook proposes a competitive digital currency.
What mass shooters have in common is social alienation, not politics. The blame game obscures that.
If the state has to resort to subterfuge and smuggling to obtain the means of execution, it’s time to make life in prison the ultimate punishment.
While there is much to dislike in Prop. 105, it will stop Phoenix from pouring good money after bad in fixed rail.
The budget deal moves federal finances in the wrong direction. And the government shutdown clock wasn’t ticking.
Given how deeply Phoenix’s pension programs are underwater, modest spending restraint to prioritize reducing pension debt is a prudent course.
Attributing Trump’s political support to irredeemable deplorables, or white racists, is to badly misread the political landscape.
If an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana doesn’t include the authority for an independent regulator to limit potency, Gov. Ducey and the Legislature should step in.