We don’t belong in Afghanistan, but neither Obama nor neocons will say it.
You might be surprised at who and what really benefits from amendment.
Well, better late than never. The $500 million special-interest windfall known as the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment is finally getting some scrutiny, and not a moment too soon.
Those of us who opposed the passage of the 2008 state constitutional amendment may yet get the last laugh, but that won’t ease the increased sales and property tax burden that Legacy Amendment spending has wrought. Continue reading
Jason takes on the growing number of legal challenges to health care reform on America Live.