I don't think anyone will bemoan the end of the 2012 election cycle, except perhaps the TV execs and political consultants who're making a killing off the political ads bombarding us through the boob tube. Still, quite a few are memorable, and there is nothing more American than reducing your oppo ... More >>
Obviously, Sen. Larry Craig's private preferences did not make him a friend to the GLBT community. Regarding Arizona Governor and soon-to-be Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, some in the gay community seem outright delusional when it comes to her appointment. I wonder if they secre ... More >>
CNN's Campbell Brown "Cutting Through the Bull" concerning Janet. Well, not completely... So the blogging and talk radio world is all over Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell for his off-mic comment about our Governor Janet Napolitano being tapped for Homeland Security Secretary, and why she's a solid ... More >>
Conservative blogger Debbie Schlussel e-mailed New Times yesterday to shed light on the context of her recent Janet Napolitano-bashing article that included a humorous -- though crass -- illustration calling Arizona's governor "The Lesbionic Woman." New Times published an a ... More >>
Everywhere from Facebook to corporate boardrooms across town, speculation about what will happen with now-Governor Janet Napolitano — and when — is fast and furious. Here's some early-morning water cooler talk: The money is on Napolitano taking the dog of a job (who's going to succeed in th ... More >>
Not long ago, a three-CD, 50-track collection of America-themed songs that’s titled, appropriately enough, Song of America, arrived in stores. What’s so special about that? Well, aside from the fact that it features freak folker Devendra Banhart (“Little Boxes”) and Springsteen acol ... More >>
Female trouble: The flash-art GIF at maricopagop.org. What do Andrea Dworkin and Republicans have in common? You could say both are deader than doorknobs. Metaphysically, intellectually. Dworkin's been physically dead for a couple of years now. She died in 2005 at the age of 58 from heart failure ... More >>
After looking like political asses in the '90s, Arizona Democrats have the money, moderation and 800-pound gorilla to kick some pachyderm tail
Letters from the week of June 17, 2004
Another SNL vet may be the next Bill Murray. Seriously.
Napolitano and Goddard exhibit cowardly conduct in the polygamy probe
Attack of the Killer (Exquisite Swine)
Fat Arizonans, rest easy. Janet Napolitano will be your heavy.
Arizona's pro-pot advocates cast first stone in latest national effort to legalize marijuana
Alan Korwin is a smart guy. So why does he love guns more than people?
A Showcase cacophony of music genres and venues beat the hell out of Shelley Duvall
Tom McGovern and Janet Napolitano are running close in a cordial race for attorney general. But somebody has to win.
Death row inmate wants to finish a 100-year robbery sentence before he's executed
Breaking up is hard to do, but it looks as though some national reporters have stopped kissing up to John McCain
Increasingly, public officials ignore laws they're paid to uphold. Citizens and interest groups regularly drag these same bureaucrats into court, trying to ensure that the laws of the land are enforced. But now even the courts, once bastions of authority,
When wealthy casino tribes sought to derail a would-be competitor, campaign donations were the currency of the day
He was the mystery informant in the Viper militia case. Now he's resurfaced after a year on the run. And he wants what's coming to him.
State accused of "failing to protect women inmates from sexual misconduct" involving prison guards
An 18-month investigation finds an "unconstitutional pattern" in women's prisons in Arizona
ccused conspirator Charles Knight talks about his days in the Viper Militia, why he's fighting the government's case against him, and how he fell in love with fellow defendant Donna Williams
SHANE STANT WHACKED NANCY KERRIGAN'S LEG. HERE'S WHY HE THINKS HE'S A VICTIM
WHILE THE BORDER PATROL IS ATTACKING ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IN CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS, THE AGENCY IS LITERALLY RETREATING IN ARIZONA. THE RESULTS ARE COSTLY AND DANGEROUS.
TED NUGENT'S RECIPE FOR SURVIVAL: PARENTS, KIDS, WEAPONS AND BARBECUE SAUCE