Having a security detail shouldn’t obliterate Stanton’s personal space.
Monthly Archives: December 2015
For Santa, it’s eggnog time
Both ardent Christians and secularists are gunning for the guy.
Nix the Sky Harbor trip fees
They are an unfair cost-shift to the customers of commercial transportation providers.
Ducey should appoint a caretaker to replace Bitter Smith
Rather than a politician who will run for the office, Ducey should appoint a technocrat who won’t.
Arizona Commerce Authority reforms small and big
These two reforms will maximize transparency and accountability for our hybrid creature.
The stampeding retreat from student testing
The demise of No Child Left Behind isn’t lamentable, but one of the reasons for it is.
So conservatives think religion is bad?
In attacking liberals over climate change and gun control, conservatives have taken to using “religion” as a pejorative.
“Unite us” my …
“Unite us not divide us” joins pledges of bipartisanship on the insincerity index.
What the Trump gotcha questions miss
The criticism of Trump by Republican bigfoots is more important than the dance about supporting him if he’s the nominee.
Trump, Obama both wrong about Islam and terrorism
There is a civilizational clash with the Islamic world that should be neither exaggerated nor ignored.