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.
Teacher pay lags behind overall K-12 funding increases. Over a billion dollars a year is now earmarked for teacher pay, but the boost hasn’t been as much as it should be.
In explaining why Prop. 208 got to stay on the ballot after its 2018 version was booted off, the court sought to clarify the rules for those drafting intiatives. Instead, it muddied the waters further.
The state’s economy shouldn’t be put at risk with Prop. 208 and one of the country’s highest income tax rate to punish legislators for sins they didn’t really commit.
There’s a wide range of policy options between lockdowns and herd immunity.
The problem with the disposition of state trust lands isn’t sweetheart deals or political influence. It’s an Urban Lands Act process that is biased against competitive bids.
The position of mayor has become increasingly inconsequential while the city drifts in an unhealthy direction.
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.
From forbidding the regulation of smoked weed potency to waving away consititutional spending limits, the details of Prop. 207 are concerning.