Corporation Commission: Vote for ALL THREE Democrats: Mundell, Stanfield, and Tovar

This year, we have the opportunity to elect three outstanding Democratic candidates to the Arizona Corporation Commission (AZCC): Bill Mundell, Shea Stanfield, and Anna Tovar, our intrepid Solar Team. Bill Mundell describes AZCC as “the most powerful entity in Arizona state government that no one knows about.” Since we have a chance to FLIP THREE […]

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Joe Biden on the Passing of Justice Ginsberg

For many of us, especially older women and many lawyers of both sexes, the passing of Justice Ginsberg feels like a very personal loss. In 1972, Ginsburg co-founded the Women’s Rights Project at the American Civil Liberties Union and from there changed the way women fit into American society. In 1980, she joined the U.S. Court […]

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About that USPS Postcard

You may have received this card in the mail from the US Postal Service. This is an official information card published by the USPS. However, some of the information may be vague or confusing because it wasn’t tailored to our Arizona voting system.  Arizona does not have an Absentee Ballot.  Instead, we have: Early Ballots […]

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Trump’s Torrent of Lies on Coronavirus

In last night’s ABC town hall, President Trump spewed so much disinformation on coronavirus that it was hard to keep up. LIE “There are nearly 200,000 people dead from covid. Asked if he can think of anything that he could have done better, Trump says no.” LIE Trump: “Yeah, well, I didn’t downplay it. I […]

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One More Reason Not to Vote for Walt Blackman

We missed this embarrassment at the time, but now that we see it, it’s perfectly consistent with one-term Rep. Blackman’s attitude and treatment of others. As well as his lack of qualifications to serve. “I am talking, so that means that you are a radio, and you are receiving right now,” Republican State Representative Walt […]

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Biden’s Not Going to Raise Your Taxes! That’s a bunch of malarkey!

Unless you make over $400,000 per year, Biden’s tax plan will not hurt you in spite of Republican distortions. “Nobody making under 400,000 bucks would have their taxes raised, period, bingo.” — Biden, interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” May 22 Biden has pledged to reverse much of Trump’s tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations to fund, […]

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Trump Economy Flailing Workers

The Labor Department said Thursday that 884,000 Americans filed first-time claims for jobless benefits in the week ended Sept. 5—matching the upwardly revised figure for the prior week. This exceeded the number expected by most economists. For comparison, the weekly jobless claims during the Bush recession of the last decade topped a mere 665,000. Continuing […]

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When It Comes to the Environment, Trump Is Gaslighter-In-Chief

James Hohmann, national political correspondent, for the Washington Post, justifiably reacted with vigor to Trump’s claim to be “the number one environmental president since Teddy Roosevelt.” The following is excerpted from his September 9 Daily 202 column: President Trump had the temerity on Tuesday to describe himself not just as a “great environmentalist” but as […]

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The Race for Flagstaff City Council

Like most cities in Arizona, Flagstaff’s election for City Council is non-partisan. Nonetheless, we get calls asking about candidates. For your information, all six candidates running for the three open seats are registered Democrats. In the Mayoral race, Paul Deasy is a Democratic and his opponent is a Republican. The non-profit Friends of Flagstaff Future […]

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COVID-19 HERD IMMUNITY

A Prescription for Death and Debilitating Illness While talk of coronavirus herd immunity has been floating around conservative talk shows and chat groups for some time, President Trump recently brought Scott Atlas, a proponent of herd immunity, on board as a White House coronavirus adviser. Atlas, a neuro-radiologist and fellow at Stanford University’s conservative Hoover […]

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