Putting out a not welcome sign to independents would have dramatized the case the non-partisan primaries.
Monthly Archives: April 2015
Ducey oversteps with state agency orders
Although not as bad as Brewer, Ducey seems to have an unhealthily expansive view of his authority.
How about a monetary policy that rewards virtue
A healthy economy isn’t built on punishing small savers and vanilla banking.
Killian should resign from the regents
Being an agency director is incompatible with exercising independent judgment on the Board of Regents.
Solar changes don’t need a rate case
The commission should decide what utilities have to pay for surplus rooftop solar power without ducking.
No practical alternative to free trade
Debate over Trade Promotion Authority and Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal misses the cardinal point.
The Sunni split over Yemen
Pakistan and Turkey opt out of the royalists’ fight.
A simpler way to legalize pot
Just eliminate criminal penalties for the possession, use and casual sales of small quantities, rather than setting up a entire commercial industry.
The McCain-Flake split on foreign policy
Although they have established a productive working relationship, differences on foreign policy — McCain’s terrain — are becoming increasingly visible.
What has the West wrought in Libya?
The tragic Libyan shipwreck should trigger circumspection about interfering in the internal affairs of other countries.