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Monthly Archives: October 2021
Grant Woods: A remembrance
Grant lived life more fully than most of the rest of us.
Tucson should stand its ground against Ducey and Brnovich on its vaccine mandate
A firm stance could clear up a lot of legal issues.
Congressional Dems ignore real deadlines on debt and a government shutdown
The clock is ticking, but Democrats are doing other things.
What audit secrets do legislators get to keep?
The courts have created an expansive “legislative privilege” that goes far beyond the limited immunity in the state Constitution.
Ducey takes his political pander on masks too far
Rather than allocating federal funds equally to all schools, the governor puts state funds at risk by trying to leverage federal funds to enforce a law that’s been vacated.
On inflation worries, all eyes should be on the Fed
There are many reasons to worry about the economic effects of Biden’s Build Back Better reconciliation bill. Inflation isn’t really one of them.
What if Sinema became an actual independent?
That would remove the primary threat progressive hardliners are using against her. It could also usher in a healthier, less partisan, politics for Arizona.
Ducey’s accidental conservative legacy
The weird game of political Twister that will decide Arizona’s income tax structure.
Biden plan would blunt America’s true edge
A larger, freer private sector economy is the U.S. advantage over other developed countries.