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Monthly Archives: August 2015
A grand compromise on education funding
Legislative critics aren’t playing fair, but there’s a reasonable way out on the education funding impasse. Here’s how.
Tempe election proposal’s false promise
While a campaign public finance option is worthwhile, it won’t curb interest group influence.
Get this economy back to fundamentals
Why the stock market selloff is a reason for the Fed to increase interest rates.
Pot tax estimate seems a tad high
Regardless, the earmarked funds for education won’t do much.
Arizona’s education future: tough test, lousy results, no consequences
The state Board of Education has already abandoned accountability through testing.
Flake’s unpersuasive argument against Iran deal
What everyone is overlooking: An effective sanctions regimen against Iran is already dead.
The honorable anti-illegal immigration platform
The GOP political center of gravity opposes legalization.
Keep the internet a U.S. protectorate
An international body can’t be trusted to keep it open.
In defense of the profit motive, even in prisons
A cartoon version of the profit motive is under attack.