jEFFSTANA on April 10th, 2013

  First article in the AZ Republic which weighs the evidence and favors the arguments for a casino in Glendale. Perhaps the worm has turned. Giblin & McGlade clearly present the crux of the matter: does the current AZ Gaming compact implicitly limit the number of casinos in the Phoenix metro area? This is the […]

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jEFFSTANA on June 30th, 2009

In a multi-party democratic republic, when one party is clearly out-of-power, obstruction — though not a winning strategy — remains a primary course of action. Consider the effort a tug-of-war, where the goal is to slow the inevitable march of the controlling political party. Yet playing the same hand and expecting a different result is […]

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jEFFSTANA on July 31st, 2007

Some think there is not a dime’s worth of difference between the two dominant political parties in the US. The sentiment is heard all the time, whether the talk is of civil defense, military spending, education, equal rights or big business — and let’s not even begin with negative connotations (they’re all doing it). Right. […]

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