In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
Long gone are the days of Prada socialism, hearting Ralph Nader, and pagan spiraling for Democratic Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema. As noted in a recent Washington Post report, Sinema's attempt to reinvent herself as a centrist, which began before she left the state Legislature, is now complete, as s ... More >>
What's interesting about the result of the primary races in the newly drawn Ninth Congressional District is not that Republican Vernon Parker and Democrat Kirsten Sinema won their respective primaries. Rather it's that taken together, those primaries offer a textbook example of why the so-called Top ... More >>
Former state Senator Kyrsten Sinema is many things: a Democratic candidate for the U.S. House in Arizona's Ninth Congressional District, a strident advocate for lefty causes, a one-time supporter of erstwhile Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader. And, according to the nonprofit National As ... More >>
Ed Begley, Jr. disowns his past troofer connections, while discussing Van Jones' political seppuku Eight years following the 9/11 attacks, with a new president under our belts, all lefties still clinging to the conspiranoid fantasy that "9/11 was an inside job," need to either do full mea culpas a ... More >>
The Supreme Court has upheld a decision from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that overturned an Arizona law regulating how independent candidates can get on Arizona ballots. Presidential hopeful Ralph Nader sued the state after Arizona ballot laws caused him to withdraw his candidacy in t ... More >>
Our own Senator John McCain reportedly put out a statement today in support of President-Elect Barack Obama's pick of Governor Janet Napolitano as head of homeland security. Um, duh.
Anti-Nader critics are full of hooey
Wassup with Kongos, Hermosa Drive, Numbers on Napkins, and Ghetto Cowgirl
Kerry's a wuss. Dubya's a doof. How can anybody vote for either of these clowns?
ASU's Art Museum is planning a show to coincide with this fall's presidential debate. The art would make Michael Moore blush.
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The serial scold who believes the remedy for life's slips and falls is a lawsuit wants ballot status in Arizona
Michael Moore goes threshing about in search of fear itself
Marla Wing is a political activist and a lot of other things. You figure it out.
Since monsoons seem to be the only news in town, New Times chief meteorologist Robert Nelson answers your Monsoon 2002 questions
Deconstructionalist Linda Lewis' work needs focus but is headed in the write direction
It's entirely possible that this great country desperately needs a dunderhead just now
Senator John McCain's push for campaign-finance reform has helped make him a presidential contender. Donations from special interests that appear before his Senate Commerce Committee haven't hurt, either
Arizona Senator John McCain is ready for a presidential run if the national press corps has anything to say about it
FUELED BY SELFLESS-----AND SELFISH-----PASSIONS, ERIC ADAM BATTLED A MEDICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY AND RESCUED A BOSNIAN RUNNER HE SAW ON TV
Experts say Arizona would be lucky if an outsider bought its largest utility company