Critics of school choice programs don’t want all children to have the educational experience their parents prefer.
Monthly Archives: February 2016
Legislative Democrats discover Prop. 123’s virtues
After opposing it, legislative Democrats are now using Prop. 123 against other education reforms.
Is Sandersism America’s future?
The millennials’ dilemma: Will they ask an incompetent government to do more?
Obama shouldn’t visit Cuba
The current approach would be to normalize relations with Cuba, and then ignore it.
Abolish state-shared revenues
Rather than threaten cities that allegedly misbehave, make them raise all their revenue themselves.
Hillary Clinton, schoolmarm-in-chief
School discipline should be left to state and local officials.
Apple is right about terrorist’s phone
The government cannot require Apple to create something that doesn’t exist.
Expand vouchers, phase out tuition tax credits
Private school vouchers don’t really constitute much of a threat to public school enrollment or funding.
Political brawl vindicates Scalia
The political fight that has broken out over his successor validates Scalia’s view of the proper role of judges in our system of government.
Tempe streetcar follies
What is the national benefit that justifies the feds paying for a three-mile streetcar in downtown Tempe?