democracy, Second Amendment, guns, schools
Jul 14, 2023

Violence is being used to destroy democracy

The Second Amendment was originally written so that state militias could respond in defense of democracy if the government turned into a tyranny. Now the Second Amendment has been perverted to give individuals guns so they can overthrow the government and create a tyranny.

Super Bowl, sports betting, Mayes, FanDuel, Arizona, New Jersey
Feb 7, 2023

Super Bowl betting projected to reach $16 billion this year

A record 50.4 million American adults plan to bet on this year's Super Bowl, which will be held in Glendale on Sunday, wagering a total of $16 billion, while Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes urges football fans to use only legal sports betting websites and apps.

border, Arizona, Mexico, rancher, first-degree murder, Santa Cruz County
Jan 13, 2023

Hobbs, Washington Democrats signal new approach to border, but bussing continues

Major changes are afoot at the Arizona-Mexico border. Trucks haul away shipping containers set up by former Gov. Doug Ducey, Gov. Katie Hobbs outlines a new approach to border security and immigration, and President Joe Biden’s administration takes a more aggressive stance toward immigration enforcement. 

Navajo Nation, president, water, tribal rights, Biden Administrationtribal, Indigenous, Buu Nygren, Jonathan Nez, general election, Washington, D.C., Diné, Navajos, New Mexico, Arizona, Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Vietnamese, oil, gas, pandemic, generational trauma
Jan 10, 2023

Buu Nygren sworn in as next Navajo Nation president

Buu Nygren was sworn in Tuesday as the next president of the vast Navajo Nation, a job that will test his ability to make good on promises to deliver water, electricity and broadband to tens of thousands of residents who don't have it.

Jack Daniel's, Campbell Soup, Supreme Court, VIP Products, Phoenix, dog toys, Tennessee Sour Mash Whiskey, Louisville, Brown-Forman Corp., Tennessee, Mountain Drool, Mountain Dew
Nov 21, 2022

Justices asked to hear dog toy dispute. Will they bite?

The company that makes Jack Daniel's is howling mad over a squeaking dog toy made by an Arizona-based business that parodies the whiskey's signature bottle. Now, the liquor company is barking at the door of the Supreme Court.

Audrey Ruiz, right, speaks with protestors at the Children Belong on Playgrounds, Not Cages rally on June 19, 2018, at the state Capitol. (Photo courtesy of NextGen Arizona), border, Ducey, Abbott, migrants, cages, border, DeSantis
Sep 23, 2022

Investigate Ducey for sending refugees to D.C.

Gov. Doug Ducey said he has spent millions of dollars on sending migrants to Washington, D.C., in recent months, with millions more dollars earmarked for it next fiscal year. While we do not know what taxpayer monies were used, we do know that the money would be far better used for humanitarian purposes.  

Aug 12, 2022

Over $2B will help roads, bridges, bike lanes in Arizona, other states

U.S. transportation officials announced $2.2 billion for local infrastructure projects on Thursday, paving the way for new bridges, roads, bike lanes, railways and ports in scores of communities in Arizona and across the country.

Aug 25, 2015

US home rents rose in July as ownership market cooled

Several metro areas showed a split in the rental and ownership markets in July. On a month-to-month basis, rents increased in Baltimore, Boston, Minneapolis, Phoenix and Washington, D.C. By contrast, home values in those markets declined.

Jul 28, 2015

Redistricting Commission picks high profile lawyer for U.S. Supreme Court case

The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission will once again take on a big-name Washington, D.C., attorney to argue its case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick at a debate with former state House Speaker Andy Tobin. (Photo by Evan Wyloge/Arizona Capitol Times)
Nov 5, 2014

Tobin concedes CD1 race to Kirkpatrick

Democratic U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick is widening her lead over Republican Speaker of the Arizona House Andy Tobin in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District, up to more than 5,000 votes, or nearly 5 percentage points, from 2,000 votes earlier in the night.

Arizona candidates for governor, from left, republican Doug Ducey, democrat Fred DuVal and libertarian Barry Hess during a public debate at the Jewish Community Center, on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Arizona Daily Star, Mike Christy)
Sep 29, 2014

Ducey and DuVal spar on education, set for 4th debate Monday

Democrat gubernatorial hopeful Fred DuVal warned Sunday that businesses will not come to Arizona if the state scraps the Common Core academic standards. Republican Doug Ducey agreed that some standards are needed. Just not these.

Doug Ducey (Photo by Ryan Cook/RJ Cook Photography)
Sep 26, 2014

Ducey looked for, found the right opportunities in life

In the early 1990s, Doug Ducey’s career at Proctor and Gamble was on the rise. Just a few years after starting out with a sales and marketing territory in Los Angeles, he was in charge of the company’s food service distributorship for the entire state of California. But Ducey was looking for something different.