The real obscenity isn’t library porn, it’s propaganda
Laws should be based on fact – not hearsay, rumor, conjecture, anecdote, or innuendo.
The outcome of the $100,000 session: Not a single bill passed
The political malpractice put on display makes a convincing argument for not allowing the Legislature to call itself into special session.
Critical thinking on life-support
After three years on the committee, my goal now is to prevent the dismantling of public and higher education.
The $2 Billion bamboozle
The Legislature is picking your pocket to pay for its failure to do the job.
Using “Common Core” to politicize public education
The politicizing of education furthers my resolve to be a voice for reason, critical thinking and common sense in the Legislature.
The fiscal elephant in the room
It may be time to revisit some fiscal policies that haven’t changed in decades. One of those policies is sales tax exemptions, which are rarely reviewed and never sunset.