One of the great advantages of living in the DC area is the easy proximity to the Smithsonian Institution, one of the world’s great museums.
But that doesn’t mean I think the organization is perfect. They still have many areas of improvement to work on, and I don’t at all mind offering someconstructivecriticism from time to time. Even a little praise when warrented.1
After living in the DC area for thirty years or so, I’ve become very used to having a pretty good public transportation system. It’s in need of many improvements, but would allow me to easily get to almost anywhere in the metro area, even if it took much longer than driving.
That’s not the case in Phoenix, the fifth largest city in the US.1 And Arizona Republicans want to make sure it doesn’t get any better.