California voters reject racial preferences and Illinois voters reject a tax-the-rich scheme.
This election should be the end of excessive coverage of horse-race polls and the arrogance of media companies purporting to “call” an election and proclaim a winner while the votes are still being counted.
A Biden presidency and a Republican Senate would be a neat solution to the unpleasant dilemma the country faced.
They may still lag behind Republicans and Democrats in turnout, but they made the difference in this election. And will in at least the next few elections ahead.
This election season should be celebrated as an act of self-goverance rare in human history. Instead, it is likely to be closed with acts of violence. That merits an old-man grumble.
There’s a wide range of policy options between lockdowns and herd immunity.
A Goldwater Institute report praises Arizona’s collaborative consensus approach to forest management, but it’s not getting the job done.
Trump fits into the emerging consensus, by default rather than design. Biden’s plan is stuck in a time warp, where it’s still March, 2020.
All over the country, including Arizona, judges are changing the election rules at the last minute. That creates an explosive possibility.
Conservative judicial principles dictate upholding Obamacare as currently constituted, without the individual mandate.