As I've said before about Arizona's ethically-challenged Attorney General Tom Horne, you can tell a man from Harvard, but you can't tell him much. Which is no doubt why the Harvard-grad persists in some of the dumbest, self-destructive activity possible for a public official. Take the AG's latest s ... More >>
Governor Jan Brewer, recalled redneck pol Russell Pearce, Brewer's "brain" Chuck Coughlin, and Attorney General Tom "Hit-and-Run" Horne best hope and pray there is no afterlife. Because if there is, I virtually can assure them that they, along with their pal Sheriff Joe, will roast in a hot tub o ... More >>
The recent acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin is of particular relevance to Arizona. In many ways, Florida is as racist and as gun crazy as Arizona, though here in Sand Land, the divide is Latino/Anglo more than anything else. Like a lot of folks, I've been perplexed by ... More >>
Hey ya, the weekend is here. So get off the couch and go dancing, Phoenix. Maybe these shows: Our Top Five Must-See Shows in Phoenix This Weekend.
As of Thursday, Andrew Thomas, Lisa Aubuchon, and Rachel Alexander no longer will be able to practice law in Arizona.A disciplinary panel of the Arizona Supreme Court ordered the trio's disbarment on April 10, and court officials stated that the order would become effective on May 10. The former Mar ... More >>
Horne, born in Canada to Nazi-fleeing parents, knows better...or shouldGovernor Jan Brewer and Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne have issued a joint press release denouncing the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals' 2-1 decision today upholding District Court Judge Susan R. Bolton's injunction of four ke ... More >>
courtesy of Scripps College Gabrielle Giffords in Mennonite garb, 1993. An eclectic collection of politically involved Arizona women have graduated from Scripps College, Gabrielle Giffords' alma mater. Margaret Hance, Phoenix mayor from 1976-83 went there. Class of '45. So did Ann Symin ... More >>
ncaastrategies.comThe first domino fell when Nebraska decided to leave behind the Big 12 and move to the Big 10. The second came tumbling down this morning when Colorado announced it was also deserting the Big 12 and coming to the Pac-10. Now, it looks as all hell is about to break l ... More >>
www.fanster.com Is Robin Lopez enough to move the Suns past the Lakers?Robin Lopez, the Phoenix Suns' 7-foot center, is likely to return to action against the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA's Western Conference Finals tonight after suffering a back injury in March. The Suns are o ... More >>
Luke HolwerdaConan kicks it in Phoenix.In a self-deprecating attempt to mock his bearded appearance, former Late Night and Tonight Show host Conan O'Brien remarked Friday night that he did, indeed, bear a resemblance to the plaid-wearing, paper towel-hocking Brawny Guy.Of course, O'Brien had ... More >>
Bishop Allen are a prim pop confectionary who churned out their third proper full-length last March titled "Grrr..." The candy-coated tracks are worth the impending toothaches, placing Bishop Allen, named for the street where the founding members lived, in cahoots with fellow saccharine rockers ... More >>
Image: www.jordanscott.comJordan Scott likes vampire novels "and of course Boys." A wanna-be writer and musician from California has sued the Valley's own dark mistress of vampire fiction, Stephenie Meyer in what looks like a half-baked cry for attention. The young woman, Jordan Scott, clai ... More >>
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