In Arizona, Distracted Driving’s A Key To Economic Recovery

In 2010, 762 Arizonans lost their lives in traffic fatalities, but apparently the State Legislature feels that’s not nearly enough. I say this because of two bills which the House recently voted on: House bills 2757 and 2125. The first bill—which legalizes the use of electronic billboards—passed in the House and will be voted on […]

Yes We Have Did Impeached Democracy

Arizona is not a state; it’s a disease. I didn’t come down with Arizona by sharing a needle or through unsafe sexual practices. I didn’t eat a tainted cantaloupe, or discover it at the bottom of a whiskey bottle. Nope, I was born with it. I lost the natal lottery in a Phoenix-based county hospital […]