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Is Critical Race Theory Coming to a Public School Near You?

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They’re at it again. You would think that public school districts would learn their lesson at some point. After all, many of them turned their backs on students and parents in the wake of COVID-19. And now, those school districts are paying the price. But apparently, they’re too committed to their agenda. Some school districts […]

The City of Phoenix Is Pushing Back on Tax Cuts so It Can Keep Fleecing Taxpayers

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The Arizona state General Fund is flooded with revenue. Latest projections show the state with $1.2 billion in ongoing revenue and a cash balance upwards of $6.5 billion in FY2024. This is by far the largest budget surplus in state history and doesn’t even include the $1 Billion stashed away in the rainy day fund. […]

Governor Ducey Should Follow the Science by Signing the “Mask Freedom” Bill

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Democrats have become far too comfortable with controlling you. For many of them, COVID-19 has been a power grab, seizing the opportunity to enact emergency orders and implement other restrictions on your freedom. They’ve crushed restaurants and other businesses with severe limits and unnecessary closures. They’ve instituted illogical curfews (because apparently the virus only comes […]

School Districts That Turned Their Backs on Parents and Students Are Now Paying the Price

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Gilbert Public Schooled notified 152 certified staff member that they would be without jobs for the 2021-2022 school year. And the announcement sent shock waves throughout Arizona’s public school districts. Somehow, they didn’t see it coming. Last week, Gilbert Public Schools, one of the largest school districts in Arizona, notified 152 certified staff members that […]

Arizona Needs to Fight Biden’s Unconstitutional Executive Orders

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With just over two months under his belt since taking office, President Biden’s hand has to be getting tired. So far, he has signed 37 executive orders, 13 presidential memoranda, 24 proclamations, and seven notices. In his first two weeks alone, Biden had already signed more than double the number of executive orders signed by […]

Americans Support Voter ID Laws – The Arizona Legislature Should Too by Passing SB1713

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Sponsored by Senator Mesnard, SB1713 brings our mail-in ballot system up to par with in-person voting. Democrats in D.C are targeting the elimination of state voter ID laws with the passage of H.R 1, despite Arizona and 35 other states currently requiring it. More importantly, voters support it. In a recent poll, 75% of likely […]

How Arizona Can Leverage Antitrust Laws to Reel in Big Tech

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How much longer will the government allow Facebook, Twitter, Google, Amazon, and Apple to run amok? Is their penchant to play speech police enough? Google-owned YouTube has a history of deplatforming and demonetizing conservative organizations. And by now, you probably know that Twitter didn’t hesitate to ban President Trump while he was still the President […]

[Arizona] Lawmakers Should Stand Up for Small Business by Passing SB 1783

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It’s not every day that an innovative tax reform proposal also results in exposing one of the biggest political lies of the year. Yet that is exactly what has happened with the introduction of Senate Bill 1783, legislation introduced by State Senator Javan Mesnard. Geared toward promoting small business growth and investment, SB 1783 would […]

Big Tech’s Influence on the Elections Is Deeper Than You Think

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We have become well acquainted with the autocratic, unchecked power of Big Tech and their censorship. It was just last month that the President of the United States was deplatformed from every social media platform – once one pulled the trigger, the dominos fell and within hours President Trump was removed from the internet. Poland […]