If government can legislate a wage floor without consequences, why not make us all rich with a $100 an hour minimum wage?
Monthly Archives: September 2016
Do Democrats know how to win this election?
Clinton turned in the better debate performance, but Trump probably framed the election more successfully.
Is Obama’s international daydreaming as good as it gets?
While Obama was being a good global citizen, other countries were playing traditional national interest realpolitik.
An end to the “papers please” smear
The most controversial, and denounced, provision of SB 1070 is the one left legally standing.
Supremes kill off the anti-subsidy clause. Again.
When it comes to seeing a subsidy in plain sight, justice in Arizona is truly blind.
Forese wants to be state Treasurer. Not.
Forese seems to want to be a sort of assistant governor.
CD 5 vote investigation warranted.
Although the election is over, as it should be, there should still be a look at a batch of ballots that produced disparate results.
Time to take North Korea’s nuclear threat seriously
Sanctions probably won’t be enough to prevent North Korea from developing the capability of striking the United States.
The way out of Ducey’s budget box
A net increase in spending may be the only way to get Ducey’s bold tax reform lowering income tax rates.
Winner, Mixed Metaphors
From Charlie Dent (R-Pa) regarding Zika funding: “We can have these debates, the circular firing squad discussions until the cows come home, but we are going to end up eating what the Senate sends us.”