Speaking of “thugs”.

Photo of Matthew Belardine from Scottsdale PD Per KPHO comes this report of three arrests in downtown Scottsdale, including of two men who accosted Ferguson decision protesters, which led to a brawl. Two people arrested for fighting in front of the Wasted Grain bar were not part of the protest group, said Scottsdale police Sgt. […]

Democrats didn’t lose the midterms because women stopped caring about reproductive choice

From LifeSiteNews, which I read so you don’t have to, comes this bit of taunting about the recent midterm elections: U.S. Senator Mark Udall of Colorado was exhibit A. Curry said, as “a decent senator from a powder blue state,” Udall “shouldn’t have been in any trouble at all – and this consultant-think totally infected […]

Remember that time a bunch of mostly white people rioted near Penn State?

Nick Baumann did and he tweeted this as the protest and unrest after the announcement that the grand jury would not indict Ferguson police officer for shooting and killing Michael Brown unfolded. Here's an image from the Penn State protests after Paterno was fired: pic.twitter.com/HbLonGdrAE — NickBaumann (@NickBaumann) November 25, 2014 Some people responded to […]

Couple of odds and end post-President Obama’s executive order announcement

Here’s the very first bill filed in the Georgia Senate for their upcoming session. First Reader Summary PF: A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Chapters 5, 11, and 16 of Title 40 of the O.C.G.A., relating to drivers’ licenses, abandoned motor vehicles, and the Department of Driver Services, respectively, so as to […]

To no one’s surprise, Gov-elect Ducey’s Budget Study Committee is a bunch of rich white people

Arizona’s soon-to-be Governor, Doug Ducey, has assembled a team to advise him on the budget. PHOENIX (November 17) – Governor-elect Doug Ducey announced today the formation of a Budget Study Committee, led by a team of public and private sector professionals charged with studying the budget and providing expertise and feedback to the governor-elect. Throughout […]

I’d like to think Doug MacEachern is just trolling me with this.

Doug MacEacern, who inexplicably maintains employment as an Arizona Republic editor, has weighed in on the recent report that the Arizona NARAL Executive Director was contacted by the Arizona Department of Health Services on a tip that she was providing health care services (read: ABORTIONS!) in her home: You can guess how any homeowner who […]

If ACA subsidies are gutted by Supreme Court, what will Ducey do?

While many legal experts express confidence that the upcoming King v Burwell Supreme Court decision will be in favor of the Affordable Care Act, the Court did cause alarm by agreeing to hear it in the first place. Here is what is at stake: At the heart of the King case are the tax subsidies […]