Posts Tagged ‘State of Arizona’

Underwater Mortgages and Drowning in Quick Fixes

Even folks who hate Thomas Sowell’s economic and political positions have to concede that he’s right a lot of the time. He is a proponent of looking past Stage One thinking, which he defines in his book Applied Economics as – in effect – the absence of an analytical approach to problem solving: “Doing something […]

Some Ado About Not a Bloomin’ Thing

Shucks. I sure hope that the reporting in the press about the State of Arizona seeking a “declaratory judgment” about the constitutionality of Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Act is off the mark. Otherwise, I’m concerned about the waste of taxpayer monies invested in a non-starter piece of litigation. This has already been tried in federal court, […]