In terms of popularity with the American people, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) probably ranks somewhere between rush hour traffic and dysentery and only slightly above being stuck in rush hour traffic while experiencing dysentery. Just when you think the task of collecting taxes could not be more unpopular, the IRS found a way. In
After six and a half years in office, Governor Ducey’s legacy remains unclear. With the 2021 legislative term now in overtime and major political figures announcing to succeed him, the Governor will soon be a lame duck. Next year’s legislative session will be his last. Ducey hasn’t been a bad governor. Basically, he’s been a moderate,
Conservative Republican Kimberly Yee released a video announcing her campaign to be Arizona’s next Governor. “I’m running for Governor to put Arizona first, to ensure our children have the same opportunities and freedoms my family found here, and that starts with securing our southern border.” Kimberly Yee said. “My family’s story is about legal immigration
Today, conservative Republican Tiffany Shedd announced her campaign for Arizona Attorney General. Living on a drug and human trafficking route in Pinal County, Tiffany has seen the crisis the Biden Administration’s policies have caused and will use every means available to enforce Arizona’s laws at the border even if the federal government won’t enforce theirs.
Americans have lost faith in their government, and for good reason. For years, Washington has catered to special interests, kicked the can on tough spending decisions, and empowered unelected bureaucrats over the American people. Unfortunately, the problems run even deeper than dysfunctional government. Seventy-nine percent said in a recent poll that they feel like the entire
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, a conservative firebrand and staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump who has come under fire for remarks he made preceding the attack on the U.S. Capitol, joined the Alabama GOP primary field on Monday to replace Sen. Richard Shelby. The north Alabama Republican announced his entry into the race at