Entries by Cameron Arcand

Arizona State University Releases Report Over Conservative Event Backlash

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After Arizona State University released a report suggesting there was “no evidence” of a campaign to smear an event featuring conservative speakers, one Republican state senator is not satisfied with the outcome. The T.W. Lewis Center at the school hosted an event in February with conservative media personalities Dennis Prager and Charlie Kirk, as well […]

Scottsdale Officials Grilled Over Homeless-To-Hotel Program

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Emotions ran high at a community meeting in Scottsdale discussing the city’s placement of homeless people in local hotel rooms. Rep. Matt Gress, R-Phoenix, led a packed community hearing in Scottsdale on Wednesday to hear from experts and gather public comments in his capacity as chairman of the state House Appropriations Subcommittee on Budgetary Funding […]

Masters Considers Run For Sinema’s U.S. Senate Seat

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Arizona Republican Blake Masters is considering another bid for the United States Senate, which could pave the way for a competitive primary race. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that Masters was considering a bid for the seat currently held by Independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, who left the Democratic Party last year. On the Democratic side, […]

Half Of All Fentanyl Seized In U.S. Is Caught In Arizona

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Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell warns about the importance of drug-related education of youth in her National Fentanyl Prevention and Awareness Day statement Monday. Mitchell cited the 2022 Arizona Youth Survey, in which 47% of eighth graders said they do not know of the deadly drug, according to the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission. “This is […]

Arizona GOP Leaders Threaten Lawsuit Over Proposed Elections Manual

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Senate President Warren Petersen is threatening legal action against Secretary of State Adrian Fontes over the current draft of the Arizona Elections Procedures Manual. Petersen and House Speaker Ben Toma wrote to Fontes on Monday, laying out multiple issues they have with the manual that is due to get its biennial update. The biggest issue […]

Report: Hobbs Requested Social Media Limits On Critical Posts As Secretary of State

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Editors’ Note:  If this story turns out to be substantially true, it demonstrates the shocking ease by which today’s Democrats feel so superior to their opposition that they are justified in regularly asking social media companies to trample the Constitutional rights of their political opposition. This is political corruption and Governor Hobbs is becoming defined […]

Biden Makes Grand Canyon National Monument, Ending Uranium Prospecting

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Editors’ Note: The concept used to be, “public lands”, where ranchers, lumbermen, miners, off-road enthusiasts, hunters, hikers, and mountain bikers, in other words, “the public” had use of the Federal lands. Now propelled by the environmental movement, increasingly these become “private lands” government-owned and approved for only progressive causes. It is even worse. As the […]

Hobbs Sets Off War Of Words Over Arizona ESA Program

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Editors’ Note:  It is one of the defining issues of our time: the limits to personal liberty, especially absent any broadly accepted moral code. It seems many are their own God, making up their own moral code or copying one from social media. Democrats, i.e., the Left, like to sell themselves as the party for […]

Judge Halts Arizona Transgender Sports Ban, Horne Promises Appeal

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A federal judge ruled against Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne in a lawsuit over banning transgender girls from participating on girls’ sports teams in schools. Arizona District Court Judge Jennifer Zipps, who was appointed by former President Barack Obama, ordered a preliminary injunction that will allow girls who identify as transgender to play for […]

Legislature Forms Committee Looking Into ASU Free Speech Concerns

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Following a free speech controversy at Arizona State University, the state Legislature is forming a new joint committee to examine “freedom of expression” in the state’s public universities. ASU shut down the T.W. Lewis Center for Personal Development after its main donor, Tom Lewis, pulled funding after a controversial event featuring conservative personalities Charlie Kirk […]