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Educated GuessPosted on January 26, 2005 | Type: In the News
Making the tough choices about the future of public education in Arizona would be difficult enough with a firm understanding of what taxpayers are spending on education.
Eminent danger: cash-strapped cities use entrepreneurs' property to lure big businessesPosted on January 05, 2005 | Type: In the News | Author: Joshua Kurlantzick
Dino Paspalakis was sure his business was secure. For 17 years, as co-owner of Joyland Amusement Center, a popular arcade in Daytona Beach, Florida, he's been pouring his money into upgrades, drawing a consistent clientele, and carrying on the family business.
Civil asset forfeiture called assault on private property rightsPosted on January 04, 2005 | Type: In the News
Arizona has used a legal tactic known as civil asset forfeiture to confiscate about $65 million worth of private property over the past four years.
Valley must accentuate the positivePosted on December 13, 2004 | Type: In the News | Author: Satya Thallam
There's no doubt much to love about living in the Valley and in a state like Arizona. But an ongoing assault on that attitude has been taking place for some time on our airwaves and editorial pages, prompting me to suppose otherwise.
Buckleys team up to fire at politicsPosted on December 10, 2004 | Type: In the News
Conservative patriarch William F. Buckley Jr. and satirical son-of-a-patriarch Christopher Buckley aggregated their respective talents Thursday to bestow upon a Phoenix audience a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of erudition, perspicacity and not least, mirth.