Category Archive: Economy

Governor-Elect Ducey will have a Republican Legislature to Work with

SPECIAL BULLETIN Republicans will maintain control of the Arizona Legislature. Republicans are on their way to victory in 16 state Senate races, the party of CONTROL* has won 13 seats. The only issue… Continue reading

Fred DuVal: Bad for Arizona … Great for Big Out of Control Government

The Navajo Nation Council’s Naabik’iyátí’ Committee has endorsed socialist Fred DuVal, representing the party of CONTROL for Arizona governor. This is hardly surprising, but it is sad that Native Americans continue to support… Continue reading

Taxpayer Watchdog Group: YES on Phoenix Proposition 487

By Tom Jenney, President Americans for Prosperity, Arizona Chapter YES on City of Phoenix Proposition 487 — Prop 487 would solve the City’s nearly $1.5 billion unfunded pension liability problem by moving new… Continue reading

Ducey’s Victory Speech

It didn’t take long to become clear Doug Ducey had won the Republican nomination for governor. Following are some of the points he made in his victory speech, flanked by his family and… Continue reading

It’s Ducey, Brnovich, Douglas, Reagan in GOP Primary

Doug Ducey has won the Arizona Republican primary race for governor. RINO Scott Smith is in second, with Christine Jones third, Ken Bennett fourth, Andy Thomas fifth and former congressman Frank Riggs sixth.… Continue reading

And the RINO of the Year Awards go to …

Arizona’s 2014 primary election season enters its final week today. People must either mail their early ballots today, bring early ballots to the polling place or vote in polling places on August 26.… Continue reading

In Arizona Primary, Who Would President Reagan Vote For?

Primary season is in full swing here in Arizona until its conclusion August 26th. Many hotly contested races are already being impacted by early voting. Until now, one very crucial question has evaded… Continue reading

AZ GOP Brand? What Brand?

If this primary election season demonstrates one thing, it’s the wanton disregard of the Arizona Republican Party brand. Five out of six gubernatorial candidates are far off the Republican Party platform reservation, and… Continue reading

Gov Candidate Smith Isn’t Pro-Life, Doesn’t Support School Choice, but Does Support Homosexual Agenda

The Center for Arizona Policy has just released its online voter guide for the upcoming Arizona Primary election season ending August 26. A review of the candidates for governor reveals some mighty interesting… Continue reading

Barack’s Big “F” on Jobs Report Card

June 2014: Full time jobs dropped by 523,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 47.7 percent of American adults are working full time Since 2007, U.S. population has grown by 17.2 million,… Continue reading