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Monthly Archives: March 2015
Arizona’s disappearing Democratic Party
If registered Republicans are 43 percent of the turnout, a GOP candidate doesn’t need to do much else right to win.
Ted Cruz, the Republican Jimmy Carter?
Disdain for Washington politics and those who practice it doesn’t get things done.
There is a middle ground on the federal budget
Neither party would have to give up that much to put federal finances on a reasonably solid footing.
Make ASU basketball Arizona’s team
Local players are as good as the out-of-staters ASU has been getting and would generate more local interest.
Student-based funding for predictability
Performance-based funding for the universities was never really in the cards.
The mess that is Yemen. A quarantine strategy for U.S.?
Rather than trying to solve the Middle East’s problems, perhaps the United States should try to limit their effect on us.
Property rights should include control of vegetation
Legislation restricting the ability of cities to mandate salvaging native plants and micromanaging landscaping isn’t overreach.
This wasn’t a budget on which Ducey ran
During the campaign, Ducey avoided specifics as though they were a form of leprosy.
GOP lawmakers should revolt against budget process
Most of the Legislature shouldn’t be bit players on the most important and fundamental governing decision.