As we enter election season, political parties will again ready their claims about what’s up and what’s down in the economy and why that should cause voters to fill in Bubble A or Bubble B (or, in certain markets, Bubble C). Those, of course, are arguments dressed as descriptions, based on a whole bunch of funky assumptions. On Monday, the magazine Governing ranked […]
Notes from a Corner of the Country
Is Shawn Moody stronger than compound interest?
It is the most important election of our lives. Or is it?
Choice for governor is really between Mills and Moody