BY DON SORCHYCH | APRIL 16, 2014
The term coined by Rush Limbaugh, "low information voters" is as true here as in the rest of the nation. What petition collectors for challengers to the slate are hearing as they go door to door is about thirty percent who have no clue about what has and what is going on at town hall. They don't know Town Manager Usama Abujbarah was savagely fired for no reason by the slate (Adam Trenk, Reg Monachino, Mike Durkin and Charles Spitzer) led by Trenk, who used his majority to become Vice Mayor. Mayor Vincent Francia took a typical politician's position and let Trenk carry the day.
BY STEVE LAMAR | APRIL 16, 2014
Went to The Horny Toad for lunch last week. It has never taken more than five minutes to get there. Twenty minutes later I found myself stopping, crawling, stopping along the one narrowly passable alley that had once been Cave Creek Road.
BY LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD | APRIL 16, 2014
Ambrose Bierce, a 19th century political satirist, once described Washington D.C. as:
"a strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles and the conduct of public affairs for private advantage."
Today few American institutions remain untouched by political malfeasance.
BY RICK MANNING | APRIL 16, 2014
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder just refuses to take no for an answer when it comes to gun registration and monitoring.
After Congress rebuffed the Administration's background check/registration scheme, Holder went back to the drawing board coming up with the ultimate high tech licensing and registration plan. Let's call it, the return of the personalized guns scam.
BY TOM TOTH | APRIL 16, 2014
The House Ways and Means Committee has voted to request the Department of Justice pursue criminal action against former senior IRS official Lois Lerner in response to the criminal activity uncovered during the House's own investigation into the recent IRS scandal in which Tea Party organizations were specifically singled out for undue scrutiny in 501(c)(4) applications.