The U.S. Supreme punts again on enforcing a color-blind rule of law.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Obama makes Trump’s case
Obama’s administration amnesty ended up highlighting Trump’s arguments on immigration and judges.
Filibuster rule is the real gun control villain
Without the filibuster rule, something would have passed the U.S. Senate about suspected terrorists and guns.
Trump courts the Sanders kids
Trump channels his inner Bernie, and fiscal conservatives should take note.
After Orlando, what does it mean to be an assimilated American?
A troubling thought flowing from the Orlando terrorist attack: These days, what are people expected to assimilate into?
Why true “common sense” gun control will continue to stall
The left is being disingenuous about the ultimate goal of confiscating guns.
Bronovich overreaches on Reagan investigation
If there is no remedy or sanction for the late pamphlets, what is there to investigate?
Tax cuts have helped the Arizona economy
Since the tax-cutting era began in the early 1990s, the Phoenix metro area economy has outperformed that of other big cities.
Economic tinkerers have had their shot
At what point will policy makers conclude that monetary and fiscal stimulus isn’t the answer?
The bigger electric subsidy no one is talking about
Businesses subsidize residential customers in a way that’s economically counterproductive.