Paul Penzone, former candidate for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, is supporting Lawrence Robinson for Phoenix City Council's District 8 seat. The race promises to be interesting, if not contentious. Robinson is vying to represent South Phoenix against Kate Gallego and Pastor Warren Stewart - ... More >>
Three down, one to go. The fight is not over in Arizona. Report instances of racial profiling. Those are among the messages coming from leaders within the local Latino community who gathered on the state Capitol lawn Monday morning following the U.S. Supreme Court decision on SB 1070. Community ... More >>
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton appointed two new members this week to the Board of Adjustment, a body that weighs development-related cases with significant impact on neighborhoods and developers. Stanton replaced Bob Ford and Alex Tauber, both serving on terms that had expired more than a year ago. ... More >>
This was supposed to be a Democratic Party year, even in Arizona. Barack Obama was energizing young voters. The state party was flush with cash -- eventually spending $1.4 million on state and county races. Meanwhile, the Republican Party couldn't seem to raise any dough. But the GOP kicked ass ... More >>
Kudos to the Maricopa County Democratic Party for this kick-ass repository of anti-Joe info. Today the Maricopa County Democratic Party formally unveiled a brilliant new weapon in the ongoing war against corrupt old Sheriff Joe: A Web site called Joesgottogo.com. The site bills itself as, "The best ... More >>
Andy Thomas eats crow to save his political career, but wants us to apologize to Sheriff Joe. Fat chance
Michael Israel's Lady Liberty, painted live on the premises. "So where are the slaves and the dead Indians?" That was my first thought on arrival at Mesquite High School this Saturday evening for Gilbert's 6th annual Constitution Week Fair, an event celebrating America's founding document, with Geo ... More >>
He-man woman-haters at the Phoenix Country Club? Say it ain't so!