I know I shouldn't be, but I'm constantly amazed by the willful editorial disconnect between unpopular taxes and the popular things they pay for:

Seeing tuition and other costs in black and white might spur Washington state lawmakers to better address dwindling state support for higher education.

Address it how? You'd think a newspaper in the midst of its own revenue shortfall might have a better sense for how the two sides of the balance sheet interact with each other. But no.