James KingBen Quayle Congressional candidate Ben Quayle apparently decided to tell the world how he really feels about President Barack Obama in a new Web ad posted on his Web site this morning. In the ad, Quayle says, in no uncertain terms, that "Barack Obama is the worst president in history." ... More >>
The gloves were off. The debates to end all debates in the GOP Senate primary took place over the weekend and aside from Jim Deakin nearly crying in a Glenn Beck, I-love-America sort of way, and John McCain quoting Bob Dole, there weren't too many standout moments. Check out Saturday's debat ... More >>
Joe Arpaio just asked his pricey D.C. lawyers at Alston & Bird to intervene in the crappiest racketeering lawsuit ever filed.Just in case you were worried that Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas aren't wasting enough money on their jihad against other county officia ... More >>
When will Republican politicians learn that most musicians are Democrats? At the very least, they could make a couple calls before using particular artists’ songs in their campaigns. That would prevent musicians getting bitchy about their songs being used without their permission by politicians th ... More >>
While I took the weekend off to run away to Sedona and celebrate my birthday, several stories unfolded in national music news. Read on for the skinny about Metallica’s upcoming Phoenix concert, Jackson Browne’s lawsuit against presidential hopeful John McCain, and more.
You've seen the G-rated HBO documentary on the Arizona legend, but there was so much more to Goldy than that
Still ready for prime time
Despite many strong stars, this Grisham adaptation amounts to squat
The left, turning right, was plain wrong
to attack pop culture
Robert Altman wants your attention, if not your affection
In '96, Steve Forbes conquered Arizona. In 2000, he's a bit player.
Who's angling for what, and against whom
Three men and some babies, or how Phoenix is choosing its next mayor
Bombshelter DJs launch a military maneuver on Scottsdale with Pentagon Night
John McCain says he wants to save Spur Cross Ranch. Has he really gone Green, or is he just scrounging for greenbacks from a Cincinnati fat cat?
Are Arizona candidates out to deceive?
Clinton won, Fife lost, and now state Dems have high hopes for '98. But they're in for a wild-ass ride
How alleged sports bookies and a reputed Asian gang member wound up in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Executive Posse
Arizona Senator John McCain is ready for a presidential run if the national press corps has anything to say about it
How Governor Symington misused state resources to further the cross-border business interests of his friends and family.
Phoenix's shadow governors had keen ideas for the warehouse district south of Bank One Ballpark. But property owners told them where they could park them.
In the sixth congressional district, J.D. Hayworth and Steve Owens have run campaigns so devoid of content it's almost scary
Jim Irvin is poised to give the GOP a Corporation Commission majority for the first time in a decade. If that happens, Democratic activist Barbara Sherman and her mentor, Commission chairman Renz Jennings, will both wind up losers.
Amnesty International's Dr. Daniel Georges-Abeyie coolly argues the case against capital punishment in our hang-'em-high state
Two guys from Tempe aim to force virtual vigor into Bob Dole's official Web page
Ol' Spider Eyes is back with a new summer tour--but this time, he's left the guillotine at home
Creator Kate Millett puts a lid on the art controversy that won't die