Here we go again, more bizarre and unethical activity in Arizona, this time by a local business posting commercial advertising under the guise of political advertising.
Stingray Sushi of Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ have erected advertising signs for their businesses with only a hint of political content with a token … Continue reading
Steeped in the politics of the 1960s and the emergence of legal equality for all Americans, the Voting Rights Act required states that did not comply by 1972 to get federal approval for any legislation involving voting procedures, including things as mundane as drawing school district boundaries.
Arizona was one … Continue reading
A few days ago, I made a post on why I believe the Tea Party is to blame for the nation’s credit rating reduction. In that post, I commented that people like Warren Buffet don’t even want the low tax rates they pay.
Well, here is that claim straight from … Continue reading
The following comes from the executive summary portion of the S&P document which downgraded the US credit rating. They do cite other factors, but these two bullet points glow in the dark as a charged political statement.
More broadly, the downgrade reflects our view that the effectiveness, stability, and … Continue reading
While Washington bickers back and forth about who is to blame for Standard and Poor’s reducing the credit rating of the United States, and Wall Street bails out of the market, sending the Dow crashing over 600 points today, let’s look a little more closely at the reason it has … Continue reading
Against my better judgement, and with some reservations, I have decided to be a bit more vocal about politics on this blog. I believe I am a true moderate, and moderates have far too few real voices in this country.
I hold many of the fiscal conservative concerns of the … Continue reading
Earlier this evening, the credit rating of the United States was reduced from AAA to AA. The phrase ‘the full faith and credit of the United States’ was made obsolete at the same time.
How did it come to this? Who is to blame? Democrats have traditionally spent and spent. … Continue reading
One member of Congress, libertarian Republican Texas Representative Ron Paul, takes a stand. He introduced a bill to remove government immunity from TSA officers to disallow any activity that non-government personnel cannot do. It would allow for TSA gropers to be arrested for assault.
Watch his passion in this video … Continue reading
I have had 8 (!) telephone calls soliciting my vote in the past hour. I don’t want to hear from these slimeballs. They are harassing me and every other voter in this state.
Since politicans are unable and unwilling to regulate themselves, here is my proposal for a ballot … Continue reading
It never fails to amaze me how three of four days can get by without me posting. It seems like I post every day, but then I look back and say wow.
Politics is in the air in Arizona. But then, those of you elsewhere already know that. SB1070 is … Continue reading