When word got out last week that Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Richard Carmona gave some medical advice to a Republican campaign worker with an apparent leg injury, fellow Democrats were loving the feel-good moment.The Arizona Republican Party -- or at least, its spokesman -- is suspicious of a " ... More >>
Wikfors on Sunday Square Off, sparking a firestorm Mitt Romney may be attempting a shift to the center on immigration, but word has yet to trickle down to the hardcore nativists of the Arizona Republican Party.As the GOP presidential hopeful was in Florida yesterday trying to woo the National A ... More >>
sonoranalliance.comIs that egg on SA's face, or something a lot worse?God, I love Republicans. Especially the crazy ones. They're just way too easy. In fact, whether or nor state Senate President Russell Pearce survives the Legislative District 18 recall race, I'll be heartbroken, as right now, ever ... More >>
www.usnews.comJohn McCain in a North Vietnamese prison after being shot down over HanoiA member of GOP Senate hopeful J.D. Hayworth's campaign staff seems to think that Senator John McCain -- Hayworth's opponent in the Republican primary for Senate -- "turned [his] back" on his Navy colleagues.Sh ... More >>
The campaign of would-be U.S. Senator J.D. Hayworth confirmed today that it has hired Shane Wikfors, the blogger behind sonoranalliance.com, to serve as its field director.Hayworth, the former radio gabber, is trying to unseat John McCain in the GOP primary.Even as it confirmed Wikf ... More >>
One of the masked brokeback mountaineers at the Sonoran Alliance blog, Cincinnatus, has become something of a burr under state schools chief Tom Horne's saddle. Horne, who is running for state attorney general, even took the time to reply to one of Cincinnatus' articles (though he woul ... More >>
We asked for comment, we got comment -- from the Sonoran Alliance blog, anyhow.
Turns out Shane Wikfors (pictured), who runs the blog, considers church-mate Dan Saban a friend. Who knew? Wikfors slams the infamous attack ad on Saban as "disgus ... More >>
One of our fleet-fingered readers managed to cut and paste the text of a right-wing blog post and its comments about Brett Mecum (above), executive director of the Arizona Republican Party, just before blog site deleted the content.
Like many blog sites, including our own Valley ... More >>
The one non-anonymous writer at the popular political blog Sonoran Alliance laments in a recent post that anonymity "provokes a temptation" in authors to insult people and lie.
Those are two good reasons why New Times has busted the blog repeatedly on our site for allowing such lib ... More >>