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Senator Bob Worsley: Why I’m Leaving Political Office

Monday, June 18, Arizona State Senator Bob Worsley, Republican from LD-25, announced he will not seek re-election exiting political office at the end of his term. Senator Worsley released the following guest opinion: Sen. Bob Worsley After six years in the Arizona Senate, I will not seek re-election. Public office was never a position I [...]

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Bernie Sanders’ Socialist Movement Using #RedForEd In Arizona

By Ed Freedom Public opinion has always held teachers in high regard. Teaching is a noble profession. All of us have had good teachers and bad teachers just as there have always been good and bad actors in every industry. It seems reasonable for teachers to take a pay cut when recessions hit, revenues are down [...]

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Big Spender Ken Bennett Says He Doesn’t Care About the GOP

By Rogue Juan Ken Bennett recently announced he will seek the Republican nomination for Governor of Arizona in 2018. Besides the fact that Ken Bennett is a bland and boring man who took 4th place in a run for Governor in 2014, he really isn’t a conservative. Bennett was the Senate President during Governor Janet [...]

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Goldwater Institute: Who Is Really Responsible for Teacher Pay?

by Matthew Simon West Virginia, Oklahoma, Kentucky, and Arizona have all been mired in a teacher pay debate, but one question is rarely asked or answered: Who is really responsible for teacher pay? In states across the country, the clamoring for increased pay has been well-coordinated, and the demands are costly. Teachers in West Virginia [...]

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Meet Commissioner Justin Olson

Last October, Governor Doug Ducey appointed Justin Olson to the Arizona Corporation Commission in confidence that he would serve with ethics and integrity. Since his appointment, Olson has enacted rate reductions that have lowered our electric bills. He has a long history in Arizona and really cares about serving ratepayers. He’s passionate about tax policy [...]

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Dick Foreman: Getting back to basics in public education

By Dick Foreman When it comes to education basics, the seas are not just getting choppy, they’ve been choppy and seem to be getting worse. One has to wonder, after all these years of research, student data, and models of reform from all 50 states to compare to, what is really working? Have we even [...]

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Republican Wendy Rogers Gives Speech at Wall Prototypes Ahead of President Trump Visit

Flagstaff, AZ – Arizona 1st District Congressional candidate, Wendy Rogers, a conservative entrepreneur and retired Air Force pilot, who supported Donald Trump in the primaries, visited the border wall prototypes near the Mexican border this weekend just days ahead of President Trump’s expected visit. After inspecting the wall prototypes, Wendy Rogers gave a speech detailing her [...]

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Frosty Taylor: Republicans Who Vote By Proxy Need Not Apply

By Calamity June Early Monday morning, readers of Frosty Taylor’s Fake News were treated to a yet another truth-deprived rant. Fresh off of her attacks on hard-working PCs and foreign-born Republicans, Frosty has created yet another fake enemy at which to direct her ire: PCs who vote by proxy at Republican statutory meetings. That’s right…at [...]

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Remembering Carole Joyce

Good Morning, Earlier this week, we lost a true believer in the Republican cause. Carole Joyce was a strong conservative, a committed Republican, but beyond that, she was a kind, welcoming soul. Carole knew that the best way to grow our party was to be inclusive, welcoming and accepting of everyone who wants to see [...]

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Tempe’s Prop 404 – What You Need To Know

Tempe’s Prop 404 isn’t an increase by $30,000,000! It’s actually an increase by $156,591,369! Arizona Auditor General Report dated December 5, 2017. “Permanent Base Adjustment Summary Analysis: Pursuant to the Arizona State Constitution, the City of Tempe (City) seeks voter approval to permanently adjust the expenditure base of the City as determined by the Economic Estimates [...]

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