The Caravan

An Editorial in last week’s Daily Sun challenges Democrats to talk about “the caravan.” I will. The Editorial concedes “The country’s strength is derived from the fact that it has been home to those in peril,” adding, “[t]his does not mean open borders but a smart and lawful methodology for determining who should be allowed […]

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Human rights, property rights are intertwined

When analyzing the essence of our current political world, we see a conflict that has always roiled America: the clash between property rights and human rights. When analyzing the essence of our current political world, we see a conflict that has always roiled America: the clash between property rights and human rights. When the Constitution was […]

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How to get away with almost anything

How to get away with murder. In fact, you can get away with almost anything; just follow these four easy steps: 1. Lie about it, persistently and emphatically 2. Call it a witch hunt, a smear campaign, or a hoax 3. Claim that the Democrats orchestrated it or made it up 4. Wait for the […]

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Prop 418 supporters shameful in misinformation

The “Yes on 418” campaign gets smarmier and more disingenuous by the minute. Recall, this is the new initiative – intentionally misleading in its representations – to strip the voter approved minimum wage from hard working people, many of whom are simply struggling to get by. Yes on 418’s “Keep Flagstaff Affordable” tag-line, and the […]

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Vote Yes on Prop 127 to advance clean energy

Proposition 127 is on the ballot in Arizona. The proposition is simple: AZ non-governmental energy sold to consumers will be generated by 50 percent renewable sources by 2030. This cannot possibly be viewed as an onerous goal for our state, which has the high number of sunshine days in the U.S. I’ve recently seen ads […]

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Vote to end dark money influence in Arizona

Voters in Arizona face a stark choice between candidates for Attorney General (AG). January Contreras is running against the sitting AG, Mark Brnovich. The starkest contrast is dark money. What is Dark Money and why is it toxic to elections? Dark money comes through 501©(4) organizations that fund social causes that can be up to […]

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Kavanaugh Part of Larger Attack on US 

There is ample evidence that Kavanaugh knowingly lied under oath to senators, and his temperament in doing so is not fit for the Supreme Court. An unprecedented number of institutions have come out against his nomination including the National Council of Churches, Yale Law School, the American Bar Association, over 1000 law professors, and the […]

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Vote No on Proposition 305

Proposition 305 is a bit confusing so let me try to break it down for you. 1. Basically there are a number of school tax credits and there are also Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESAs). Both of these, in essence, funnel tax dollars to private schools. Prop 305 is about ESAs. 2. ESA’s started in 2011 […]

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Social Security Positions Crucial in Congressional District 1

Is your calendar circled for the day your Social Security check is deposited into your bank account? Do you plan your bill paying – and retired life in general —  and retired life in general — around that all-important date every month? If you answered yes, you should take a close look at the stark […]

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Garcia the Right Choice for Governor

The lies from the TV screen are coming fast and furious, just as the misinformation from the letter to the editors. Doug Ducey is desperate to keep his job, so he and his supporters are not telling the truth to the voter at a pace never seen in the past. Ducey has not been an […]

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