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- We Got A Unicorn – Now Don’t Screw It Up September 3, 2019
- Former Gov. Brewer tries to put lipstick on Trump “asylum” policies. August 9, 2019
- Special Message to the Arizona Legislature March 21, 2019
- Look for Trump to Play “Let’s make a deal.” March 2, 2019
- Something to get really pissed about… September 7, 2018
- Goodbye Mr.Flake. Hello Mrs. Flakey October 26, 2017
- I’ve Run Out Of Adjectives… October 7, 2017
- Watch Out: Trump is on his way to “Wag The Dog.” September 24, 2017
- This isn’t the America my Dad fought for. July 28, 2017
- If it has feathers and quacks it’s a duck June 22, 2017
Category Archives: Politics
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No. This has absolutely nothing to do with sports, just a game.
I’ve been at this a long time. I have seen candidates who are not too bright win campaigns while those few brilliant candidates are sent back home without even a “parting gift.”
Then, I’ve been told, there are magic moments when it may seem like some powerful force has stepped in to save the campaign.
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This is a link to an opinion column attributed to former governor Jan Brewer published in the Arizona Capitol Times.
The core of the column is an attempt to put lipstick on the disastrous Trump administration border policies that have created the very real humanitarian crisis.
Dear Members of the Arizona Legislature,
We’ve been noticing that you don’t seem to remember the Oath you swore to when we elected you.
You know the one:
“I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution and laws of the State of Arizona, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same and defend them against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge the duties of the office of according to the best of my ability, so help me God (or so I do affirm).”
You may have forgotten that one very important portion of the Arizona Constitution you swore to defend is Article 2 Section 5.
I wrote this at the start of the new year after having thought about it for months. It just seemed like it was time for the second act…especially since I have a one-dollar bet going with a good friend on how this turns out.… Read the rest
Here’s a piece of news for anyone who was following the petition signature disasters of 2018: the politicians figured out a way to get their candidate petitions signed online through the Secretary of State’s office on something called E-Qual.
I never agreed with much of what Senator Jeff Flake said when it came to policy — although I liked his stand on Cuba. But I always believed him to be a decent, honorable man.… Read the rest
I know, I know, I know.… Read the rest
But as much as I share the opinions (and prayers) of my progressive colleagues, the truth is that the odds are overwhelmingly against Republicans using their control of Congress to fix this mess.
If you’ve never heard the phrase “Wag The Dog” you may be missing out on what could be the Washington story of the year.… Read the rest
But I get ahead of myself.
“Wag the Dog” refers to a story and film by that name that came out in 1997.
My Dad died when I was 19.… Read the rest
But even today I remember that small patch of smooth skin on his left shoulder. It had an almost translucent quality. Dad never liked to talk about it.
I know I can’t be the only one. Right? I mean it seems as if everyone with any sense left looks at Mr. Trump’s actions and words regarding Russia and comes to the same conclusion: He’s the only one who can’t or won’t acknowledge that Russia launched a massive cyberattack on the United States during our 2016 election.… Read the rest