politico.comSenator Jon Kyl's press secretary has taken the blame for the senator reporting "statistics" last week about Planned Parenthood he found in the land of make-believe, and later saying it "was not intended to be a factual statement." In case you missed it, Kyl completely BS'd the a ... More >>
Disclaimer: Jon Kyl's apology for lying about abortion statistics is "not intended to be a factual statement" -- or it is? Senator Jon Kyl issued a statement yesterday apologizing for his attempt to redefine lying by following a lie with the disclaimer that his statement was not "intended to be a ... More >>
Jon Kyl is a card-carrying member of NAMBLA...#NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement .Senator Jon Kyl had some non-"factual statements" about Planned Parenthood that he spouted off on the floor of the U.S. Senate last week, most notably that 90 percent of the services the federally funded organization ... More >>
www.time.comStephen Colbert invented "truthiness." Senator Jon Kyl redefined lying as a remark that's "not intended to be a factual statement." Colbert for Senate 2012.Stephen Colbert, the late night dispenser of all things "truthiness," is continuing to wage war against Arizona Senator Jon Kyl o ... More >>
www.persephonemagazine.comDisclaimer: whatever Senator Jon Kyl says is "not intended to be a factual statement."As the United States government creeped closer to shutting down on Friday because far-right-wing-nuts don't like abortion, Senator Jon Kyl took to the Senate floor to give a less-than-" ... More >>
The Arizona Senate gave final approval earlier this week to the second of two controversial abortion bills to pass through the Legislature this year. This one's aimed at guilting women out of ending their pregnancies and places more restrictions on abortions by pill.HB 2416, approve ... More >>
If you happen to have a problem with Sasquatches trampling your lawn, or unicorns eating your shrubs, or if a leprechaun is running amok in your garage, just call state Representative Steve Montenegro or state Senator Nancy Barto -- they seem to have a knack for solving problems that don't actual ... More >>
(Gulp) Good news, Arizona -- we're one step closer to solving a problem that doesn't actually exist in the Grand Canyon State: gender and race-based abortions.The Arizona Senate -- which apparently thinks its oversight extends to regions of China, where these types of abortions are actually a pro ... More >>
As state legislators continue to waste their time -- and infinitely more important, your tax dollars -- coming up with solutions to problems that don't actually exist, the Arizona state Senate will vote today on a bill that would make having an abortion based on race or gender a felony.The bill w ... More >>
www.strickergiant.comTwo bizarre/completely unnecessary bills regarding abortion go before the full House in the Arizona Legislature today.Last week, the House gave initial approval to a bill that would require women getting an abortion to sign a document promising they aren't aborting the pregna ... More >>
Several bills that would place stricter regulations on abortions will be heard in the Arizona state Legislature later today, and pro-choice groups aren't happy about it. In fact, one group calls the bills an "assault [on] a woman's dignity." Aside from forcing abortion doctors to offer patients t ... More >>
In Arizona, Leprechaun attacks are about as significant a problem as race-based abortions. The Arizona Legislature is one step closer to tackling a serious problem that doesn't actually exist.Today, the House reportedly gave initial approval to a bill that would require women getting an abortion ... More >>
www.demotivateus.comThere are several abortion bills making their way through the Arizona Legislature at the moment. None of them seem to make a whole lot of sense, considering the other, more-pressing issues the state currently faces (namely a pesky $2 billion budget shortfall), but o ... More >>
When Representative Steve Montenegro's done talking about race-based abortions, maybe he can tackle some other non-issues like stiffer regulations for unicorn ranches.State Representative Steve Montenegro seems to think he represents a district in China -- where aborting babies based on sex or ra ... More >>
Clint Bolick says a Flagstaff woman's First Amendment rights were violated when she was told not to wear a Tea Party T-shirt to the polls.A Flagstaff woman was told she would not be allowed to vote if she wears her Tea Party shirt to the polls.And when Diane Wickberg called the Coconino Cou ... More >>
So make sure your little mosters are in them.Okay. I stole the joke. But it was so obvious I couldn't resist. Evidently making music, performing sold out concerts, winning Grammys, finding the most outrageous fashions that she can, and working for Polaroid is not enough for the Lady. Now she has ... More >>
Planned Parenthood and the New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights have sued to block the enactment of House Bill 2564 and Senate Bill 1175, which would enforce new laws in Arizona that impose restrictions on abortions. Among the restrictions would be a mandatory 24-hour waiting period to g ... More >>
Despite a lawsuit on behalf of the developmentally disabled that challenges a January budget-balancing law, the Arizona Supreme Court declined to review a Court of Appeals ruling that would allow budget cuts in services for disabled people. Among the services that can be cut are various forms of the ... More >>
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner met with President Barack Obama yesterday prior to Obama's speech at ASU. Obama invited Warner to play basketball with him at the White House, and Warner offered to pray for Obama's family...L. William Seidman, former business school dean at Arizona State Un ... More >>
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Jeff Groscost as "brilliant" tactician, schoolyard bully
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A SCOTTSDALE PARENTS' GROUP WITH TIES TO PAY ROBERTSON IS MAKING SURE THE SEX-ED CURRICULUM DOESN'T GO ALL THE WAY