Pollster Earl de Berge said that of the people he questioned who actually take commercial flights, 74 percent said they support full-body scans that can see through clothing.
A debate is starting over new statistics from the Goldwater Institute showing a four year graduation rate of only 27 percent at Arizona State University.
"in particular, I would like to introduce to you a very courageous man named Blair Gadsby. I'm going to ask the folks with Blair to help him stand, as I tell you just a little bit about him. Blair is very weak, because he has been fasting for more
It’s been almost a year since Phoenix police raided the home of a blogger who had been critical of them, hoping to find some shred of evidence that would allow them to lock him up. Or at least shut him up. The search warrant, signed by a judge who ha
The City of Phoenix is staying alive by removing food from your homes. This shall not stand. We need a name for the organization to eliminate this new tax. So why not a contest with a prize? Come up with our name.
"You load sixteen tons, what do you get?" It appears that slaves down on Overlord Phil Gordon's Phoenix Plantation will be paying more for their groceries in a couple of months with their increasingly-devalued Federal Reserve Notes.
;-D [We can't wait!!!!] Phoenix has been named 1 of 4 finalists for the 2012 Republican National Convention. Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon says political conventions are big business and the hard work will now begin as Phoenix prepares for
A Phoenix real-estate broker filled a vacancy on the City Council, and ever since, he's championed moving the planned Loop 202 extension south, from Ahwatukee Foothills to the Gila River Reservation. His development deals along the freeway blur
Kurt Warner has called an end to one of the great storybook careers in NFL history. The 38-year-old quarterback announced his retirement from the game after a dozen years in a league that at first rejected him, then revered him as he came from nowher
A House panel voted Thursday to let Arizonans make their own guns and bullets - and offer them for sale - without having to comply with federal regulations. Rep. Nancy McLain, R-Bullhead City, said HB2307 is designed to have Arizona exercise its r
Eight-term Republican Rep. John Shadegg of Arizona will retire at the end of this term, Fox News learned Thursday. (Is it April 1st? - Ed)
The trial was supposed to start the first of next month, but of course it feels like deja vu all over again as the mobius loop laps itself for the ___ time. The supposedly final hearing was held this past Monday and well, you can read for yourself:
Residents are angry at the intrusion of 100's of federal agents, some who stay on bases in remote parts of the reservation. Agents means more checkpoints and tighter controls on a border that tribal members, 1,500 who live in Mexico, once freely cros
Former U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth has told fellow Arizona Republicans that he will run against the state’s senior senator, John McCain.
100's of Thousands are going to get r3VOLutionized this Monday by FreedomsPhoenix activists with Thousands of DVDs :)
Arizona's new statewide photo radar system isn't generating anywhere near the cash that was touted as violators can't be identified and citations remain unpaid. And the Auditor General's Office, which conducted the study, also concluded there's no
Arizona's system of providing extra campaign cash to publicly funded candidates who are outspent by privately funded opponents or targeted by independent groups was declared unconstitutional Wednesday by a federal judge.
"Andy Thomas has a reckless streak to him," says Clint Bolick, director of constitutional studies for the Goldwater Institute, Arizona's largest right-leaning think tank. "He's willing to use law enforcement tools in ways that are pretty blatant abus
A man charged with killing the operator of a speed-camera van along a Phoenix freeway wept in court Tuesday during a hearing. Commissioner Patricia Arnold set two court dates for next month during the short hearing for Thomas Patrick Destories, 68
Phoenix Arizona, a peaceful demonstration is put on by the people. A police woman on a horse provoke an attack with and then proceeds to spray the crowd with her pepper spray. Then the police thugs demonstrate their aggressive stance. People have
Morpheus and Vengencia head to the parade in Phoenix where the residents of phoenix come to view the spectacle of the annual Fiesta Bowl Parade. The dynamic duo are eager to distribute the anti police state surveillance masks amongst the crowd gathe
Musicians for Freedom comrades, Morpheus and Vengeancia, attended the Anti-Joe Arpaio Rally in Phoenix on Saturday. The event, sponsored by the National Day Laborers Organization, brought out an estimated 10,000 to 20,000 human beings of all colors.
Photo and Video coverage of event from protester's perspective
In a surprise move, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (R) took a step to save the freeway speed camera program imposed by her predecessor, Janet Napolitano (D), the current US Secretary of Homeland Security. On Friday, Brewer proposed a Fiscal Year 2011 bu
Arizona Supreme Court filing on Jan. 8, does not mention the company — Scottsdale-based Redflex — or Quarles & Brady, the law firm Redflex paid to write the document. It only mentions John Wintersteen, ex-police chief for Paradise Valley
US District Court Judge Susan Bolton granted injunctive relief to the Arizona Green Party permitting the party to use out-of-state circulators for its petition to get itself on the ballot, and extends the deadline from February 25 to March 11.
A U.S. District Court judge today could change the way Arizona candidates run for election. Final oral arguments on the constitutionality of the Clean Elections system is scheduled before Judge Roslyn Silver this afternoon. But on Thursday, she re
A former Phoenix homicide detective and a blogger critical of Phoenix police were indicted on multiple felony charges stemming from a 2008 harassment case. Officer David Barnes, 42, is accused of being a primary tipster to the Web site badphoenixc
EMPE, AZ -- More than 200 Tempe City employees could lose their job under a budget proposal that is currently being considered by the City Council. Many of those jobs are sworn police officer positions. The City’s department managers submitted cut
While we want to believe Shadegg is content with the damage he has done and will just go away, one just can't shake the lurking doom that McCain will annoint him as his successor.