Transitions for the New Year: I’m ‘In It To Win It’
The beginning of a New Year is often a time for transitions. On Monday, January 4, 2016, I will make a major life transition as I step down from my … Continue reading
Powers for the People: Pamela Powers Hannley Seeks LD9 House Seat
Yes, indeed, as has been hinted on this blog, I am running for the Arizona House to serve Legislative District 9. No, I don’t need a psychiatric evaluation. I’m running … Continue reading
GOP Debate: Kasich & Rubio Were Moderate, Others… Yikes!
The Republican debate on October 28 was a political circus. It was the wildest and most uncontrolled “debate” I have ever witnessed. I realize that the Republican candidates are being … Continue reading
Close the Meth Lab of Democracy: Vote Blue Today
It’s time for Arizona to stop being the brunt of jokes on Comedy Central and time to close the Meth Lab of Democracy. Meth– like dark money from the Koch Brothers, … Continue reading
Arizona Rednecks Plan Murrieta-Style Ugly American Protest in Oracle, AZ
5 UPDATEs at the end. Two Oracle facilities may be sheltering unaccompanied migrant children soon– one in midtown Tucson at Oracle and Drachman and one tucked into the Catalina Mountains … Continue reading
4 Lanes? 6 Lanes? 100 Ft? How Wide Should Broadway Blvd Be?
Back in 2006, Pima County voters approved the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) and a 20-year plan to improve or create roads, bridges, bike paths, bus pullouts, and more. Hundreds of projects have … Continue reading