Don’t know why SCOTUS took the case. But who draws the lines in Arizona doesn’t matter much.
Monthly Archives: June 2015
Bad pot argument
Irrespective of whether pot is legalized, kids should be taught the fallacy of legal is OK.
Bad stats about more than just meanie legislators
ATRA provides some useful perspective about education spending and Arizona’s economy.
Gay marriage decision won’t reverberate like Roe, but …
The country will accept judge-decreed same-sex marriage, but support for an independent judiciary will erode.
GOP wasn’t ready to win Obamacare lawsuit
The court was right, legally, in upholding subsidies for policies purchased on federally-administered state exchanges. And it actually did Republicans a big favor, politically.
Pot potency is an argument for legalization
If the concern is that today’s pot is too potent, the only option is a less potent legal alternative.
A sorry English learner saga and ideological blackmail
A 23-year effort to get federal judges to order Arizona to spend more on educating English learners ends with a whimper.
FCC socks it to AT&T. Right on!
Although generally skeptical about government consumer protection regulation, AT&T deserved the big fine for deceptive promises about unlimited internet access.
Presidential Roundtable: Clinton, Bush, Christie, Paul
Clinton and Bush announcement flubs, the Christie surprise, Paul’s clever flat tax.
Europe should tell Greece no
Another bailout on concessionary terms would carry more risks than a Greek default and euro exit.