Campaign signs are the absolute worst -- any claims made on them are typically irrelevant or false to a certain extent, and nobody wants the signs littering their neighborhood. Even worse, the signs seem to turn politicians and their staffers into juvenile delinquents every single election cycle, w ... More >>
As is the case with the congressional races in Arizona, not every race for Arizona's legislative seats is competitive -- just 17 of the 30 state Senate races have candidates from both major parties, and 20 of the 30 state House races have at least one Democrat and one Republican.Still, that leaves p ... More >>
Mark Spencer, betraying PLEA members one endorsement at a timeWhat would you call law enforcement union leaders who claim to battle for their members' public benefits during tough economic times, while handing out endorsements to lawmakers hell-bent on wiping out those benefits for good?Hypocrites? ... More >>
Clients nationwide are entrusting private financial information to a Tempe anti-identity-theft firm thats based on a bluff
One man fights Scottsdale for the right to twirl signs
Is Arizona's Speaker of the House afraid of what might happen if the truth is learned about a local election?
Letters from the week of July 24, 2003
The Arizona Legislature may prove to be too much for ASU's unsinkable Michael Crow
Why is the state budget in crisis? Ask your legislators.
The Capitol Police is one of the state's smallest law enforcement agencies, and some say one of its worst
Why does Chandler intend to build a statue of a gringo architect who never built anything there?