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City Fire Dept. Not NeededPosted on April 24, 2003 | Type: In the News
It is time for straight talk on the fire service initiatives on the May 20 ballot. The good news in that Scottsdale is one of the safest communities in the nation and is fortunate to have excellent fire, police and emergency services. I do not support the fire service propositions as they are written and strongly urge Scottsdale voters to vote NO on Propositions 200 and 201.
Report: Eminent-Domain Abuse WidespreadPosted on April 22, 2003 | Type: In the News
If you believe your home is your castle or that the government can only take it for public use, you should be warned otherwise, says a public-interest law firm that documented thousands of cases nationwide where governments have abused eminent domain.
Retirement Reform Not Radical RantingPosted on April 16, 2003 | Type: In the News | Author: Robert Robb
In the United States, personal retirement accounts as part of Social Security are generally regarded, and often attacked, as a radical, untested concept.
Chileno recibe premio 'Goldwater Award'Posted on April 16, 2003 | Type: In the News
En 1980, el doctor Jose Piñera elaboró un plan de ahorro y pensión para los trabajadores en Chile. Hoy, después de más de dos décadas, su proyecto, conocido comúnmente como el "sistema de la libretita", se ha establecido en 15 países y más de 60 millones de trabajadores se benefician de él.
Dipping Their Pens in Well of LibertyPosted on April 13, 2003 | Type: In the News | Author: Robert Robb
Editor's note: At the Goldwater Institute's annual dinner Saturday night, Arizona Republic columnist Robert Robb introduced Wall Street Journal editor emeritus Robert Bartley as the recipient of the Kolbe Excellence in Journalism Award. Here are excerpts from his remarks: