A Republican testified before a Senate committee Monday to call the "Gang of Eight" immigration bill an "excellent starting point," but said he feels that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender families were left out of the proposed legislation.No, this isn't the The Onion.See also:-Pervgate
Queerty, a popular online magazine, offered a little commentary about a $1,000-a-ticket fundraiser the Log Cabin Republican are hosting for "scandal-plagued" Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu. In one word: Vom. From Queerty: In the fantasy world Republicans live in, a closeted sheriff accused of t ... More >>
Remember the Sacagawea dollar? Remember how reverse-awesome that was? Susan B. Anthony, anyone? Eisenhower?! Well, Arizona Republican Congressman David Schweikert's trying to bring back the dollar coin, and according to a recent poll, Schweikert's own constituents aren't fans of the idea -- by a ... More >>
As I anticipated in a blog item late last year, the Arizona version of the Utah Compact, called the "Arizona Accord," was introduced to the public at the state Capitol yesterday. It argues for a rational, humane approach to immigration reform.The accord's statement of principles, which you can read, ... More >>
Let's get this straight: Lots of voters think Janet Napolitano's a closeted lesbian, but she's against Prop 107 and gay marriage?!
The congressional page scandal's proving the straw that breaks the elephant's back, and Congressman Jim Kolbe's got explaining to do
Jim Pederson wants comfy outdoor dining without misters -- something all voters can agree on
Rick Renzi's hoping people buy his line that an amendment he's sponsoring has nothing to do with his father's defense business
You know it was a weird election if The Spike is actually missing John McCain
Forced out of the military over refusal to take part in a controversial anthrax immunization program, an ex-serviceman finds his protest was in vein
Tolerance of ranching puts The Nature Conservancy at odds with the environmental community
Anthrax vaccine opponents are finding more allies in Congress
While the state and the Sierra Club jockey to curb urban expansion, the Secretary of the Interior is quietly pushing his own proposal. We've got the maps.
Mandatory participation in military's anthrax vaccine program pushes plunger on medical controversy
State Representative Steve May is a walking, talking contradiction
Cheer and flag clothing on the campaign trail, 1998
The state police force is riven with dissent over the governor's politicization of the department. Leading the list of complaints are rapid advancement of unqualified Symington cronies, the governor's misuse of the DPS plane, and scarce resources for crim
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