Tax Cut “Nothing Burger”

Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune Decades from now, many Americans will have to consult history books to gain an appreciation of the lowest point of Donald Trump’s presidency: His impeachment. But they will be able to feel the effects of his highest point: the 2017 tax bill, which he signed into law two years ago Sunday. That’s because they […]

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Schumer Request for Fair Trial Denied

This past weekend, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer sent this letter to Majority Leader McConnell (click to read full letter): This morning, McConnell rejected the call for the four key witnesses. Over the weekend, he admitted to coordinating with the White House on trial planning, saying he’s  “taking my cues” from Trump. The American people […]

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Judiciary Committee: Grounds for Impeachment

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee issued this 658-page report laying out the grounds for impeachment of the President.

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2020 Election and Voter Guide

The Coconino County Recorder’s office has mailed a 2020 Elections & Voter Guide to all registered voters in the county.  The guide contains important voting information about upcoming elections that will be held next year.  2020 is going to be a very busy election year with three countywide elections.  The guide describes the differences between […]

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The Articles and the Evidence

Today, the House Judiciary Committee issued two Articles of Impeachment. In announcing them, Chairman Nadler said this: “Over the last several months, the investigative committees of the House have been engaged in an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s efforts to solicit foreign interference in the 2020 elections—efforts that compromised our national security and threatened […]

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USMCA?

Republicans are bashing House Democrats for not approving the Trump-negotiated replacement for NAFTA known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Here are the facts: USMCA as drafted last year left US workers exposed to losing their jobs to Mexico, included unacceptable provisions to lock in high prescription drug prices, fell short on environmental standards and […]

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Thank You, Navajo Nation

Thank you, Chair Shannah Redmon for representing the Coconino County Democratic Party at this meeting in Window Rock. Twenty-percent of the Navajo population resides in Coconino County and is very important to us. Our Chair and team had a wonderful time with the Navajo Nation this past weekend. Arizona Democrats are committed to the issues […]

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“Ask Not What Your Country Can Do for You, But What You Can Do for Your Country.”

On the 56th anniversary of President Kennedy’s death, we are in an equally somber moment in American history; so, it seems appropriate to recall these words from his Inaugural Address.  And, what can we do?  1) We can tell our leaders to speak out on our behalf. That’s a quick call or email.  There are […]

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Tax Scam – New Evidence

We’ve written before how the benefits of Trump’s 2017 tax cut flowed mostly to the rich. Now we have some new numbers and one startling example. “In the 2017 fiscal year, FedEx owed more than $1.5 billion in taxes. The next year, it owed nothing. What changed was the Trump administration’s tax cut…” NYTimes A New […]

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