My brilliant idea for a bailout everybody plan

So, I’m driving to a meeting in downtown Phoenix today, getting more and more depressed about the state of the economy and this idea just hit me. I figured out a way to bail out the banks, the auto industry, and most average Americans. Are you ready? I hope you’re sitting down. So, the government […]

I’m mad as hell and, well, I don’t want to take it anymore, but all I can really do is vent about it

WTF is up with the bailout deal??? Was oversight just a “suggestion” and not really something that was written into the bailout package by Congress? How is it that the Administration can just say thanks, but no thanks, we don’t want your oversight? I get that the bailout package was passed really quickly, and that […]

Today gave me hope!

While elated about the outcome of the Presidential election, I have been distraught about what happened in Arizona – the election of a much more conservative legislature and the passage of Prop 102. I was at the big rally for equality in downtown Phoenix today and it was truly amazing. Estimates put the crowd from […]

Legal remedies are a good thing.

Dana Groscost, the widow of former Mesa legislator Jeff Groscost, has filed lawsuits against the doctors who treated her husband’s heart condition and the manufacturer of the defibrillator that was implanted in his heart a month before he died on November 3, 2006.   Groscost died far too young (age 45) and left behind a grieving […]

Well look who’s a Flippity McFlopper on “up or down votes”

President George W. Bush at a 2005 Kyl fundraiser. …And I can’t thank Jon Kyl enough for making sure the judges I nominate get a fair hearing and an up or down vote on the floor of the United States Senate. Here’s John Kyl last Friday. “He believes in justices that have empathy,” said Kyl, […]

Blessed art the cowards, for they put the “phobe” in homophobia.

It’s been a few days since I’ve dipped my dainty Diva toe in the treacherous blog waters.   No excuse.  I’ve been lazy and reading other blogs.  So anyhoo, the Republic had an article in the Valley section about Prop 102 polarizing the AZ electorate along geographic and social lines. The print edition has a handy-dandy […]

East Valley Tribune Jilts

With all the hoopla over the federal election, I’ve been remiss in my local political reading. Color me jilted when I found this Oct. 30th Halloween surprise over at the East Valley Tribune: In case you’re too lazy to click, it’s a story about Andre Campos, his shady Clean Elections expenditures, and his unethical […]

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