BY DON SORCHYCH | OCTOBER 30, 2013
In last week’s issue online Linda Bentley wrote about ex-Town Manager Usama Abujbarah’s lawsuit hearing on Oct. 18. She mentioned Adam Trenk and Arizona Republic slate promoter and publicist Phil Haldiman were there along with Councilman Reg Monachino and slate activist Ron Iverson.
BY SCOTT HABERMAN | OCTOBER 30, 2013
The word "deserve" has been tossed around like a football at University of Phoenix Stadium. Deserve, the definition is clear, to be worthy of merit or reward. Or, on the flip side, to be suitable for requital or rebuke. Just what do people deserve in the United States as it pertains to our illegal immigrant population?
BY TPATH | OCTOBER 30, 2013
We have heard all the terms and all the phrases such as Quantitative Easing, or Monetizing Debt and just plain QE4 (or whatever number they are currently up to). But how many people, even those in Congress, Wall Street and the banking industry, those who benefit the most from this destructive charade, understand just what it is and how it's actually pulled off?
The answer is, of course, very, very few.
BY MATT BARBER | OCTOBER 30, 2013
“Disaster,” “embarrassment,” “humiliating” and “train wreck” are just a few of the colorful terms being used to describe it. The Obama administration’s incompetent half-billion-dollar rollout of its incompetent multi-trillion-dollar signature achievement is but a tragic metaphor for this man’s entire presidency. (It’s not hyperbole when it’s true.)
BY RICK MANNING | OCTOBER 30, 2013
Tax reform is likely to be one of the hot button topics in the months ahead as politicians on both sides of the aisle grapple with how to make the federal income tax system, flatter, fairer and less complicated.