Brummett assesses the differing viewpoints -- and disagrees with those who'd characterize this in war-like terms -- held by Gov. Beebe and Lt. Gov. Halter on implementation of a state lottery. Like me, he awards points to both sides.
The defining nature of this debate is that, so far, it seems a principled discussion based on differing opinions on the soundest methods of governance. How's that for a change of pace?