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Monthly Archives: August 2022
The state Supreme Court says: You can’t vote on that
The only redeeming feature of the court’s explanation of why it booted the flat tax referendum off the ballot is Montgomery’s originalist tour de force dissent.
The Political Notebook 8.19.22
Bad general election bets: Lake and Masters on increasing MAGA turnout; Democrats on abortion.
Sinema and taxes
She probably saved the country from a severe recession, but isn’t really a supply-sider.
Disparate stories that provide a lesson about tax policy
What a Turning Point political rally and a $10.7 billion tax dispute have in common.
Is the Republican Party worth fighting for, or should non-Trumpers abandon it?
Our politics are in a dismal state. Big fixes are needed.
Dumb GOP move on school funding
Not quickly lifting the spending cap is irresponsible. Tying it to universal private school vouchers gives Democrats a potent general election issue.