Although there is no reason or justification, politicians and regulators will kill it anyway.
Monthly Archives: October 2016
Bigger issues in the Jeffries firing spree at DES
State managers need authority, but workers and the public needs a buffer from political cronyism and abuse.
Save the sales tax for schools
Cities and counties are eating up sales tax capacity that should be reserved for increased K-12 education funding.
School bonds and Ducey’s budget box
AZ school districts are asking approval of $1.4 billion in bonds for what the state Supreme Court has said is a state responsibility.
It’s your vote. Do with it what you want to.
There’s no ethical obligation to vote for Clinton or Trump because one of them will be president.
Trump can still surprise and shock
Third presidential debate shows that neither candidate has anything left to say worth listening to.
The biggest worry of this worrisome election season
The use of the criminal justice system for political purposes is going mainstream in both political parties.
Stay out of Syria’s civil war
Because Obama’s Syrian policy has been an inept failure is no reason for the United States to become a combatant in the country’s civil war.
Is this the year for Arizona Democrats?
Although narrowed, the registration and turnout gap remains daunting.
Forget the polls. Who’s going to vote?
Everyone’s crystal ball is broken because turnout is such a mystery.