Stories by Christopher Cook
Election flashback: Originally posted Aug 25, 2010
Yesterday, we were graced with An interview with U.S. Rep. Anne Kirkpatrick in the White Mountain Independent. And oh, where to begin?!
With 13 of 15 counties reporting, and two counties complete, U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick says she has tried to call leading GOP challenger Dr. Paul Gosar to congratulate him on an apparent victory, but isn’t getting an answer yet.
Maybe he was busy. …
Election flashback: Originally posted Aug 20, 2010
It is a pathology with which the Democrats are deeply afflicted, and Representative Ann Kirkpatrick appears to be more than just a carrier . . .
Wait. I’m going to stop that metaphor, because it makes it sound like a disease, something outside of their control. The truth is, this is entirely in their control. When someone mentions the looming insolvency of Social Security (and Medicare and Medicaid) to a Democrat, they immediately say, “yes, we …
By Mark Meckler
Oreo Overload. Chocolate Devotion. The Pie Who Loved Me.
Doug Ducey, current treasurer of Arizona, also happens to be the former CEO of Cold Stone Creamery, so we might have him to blame for those few extra pounds we’re carrying around. Perhaps to make it up to us, he’s now running for Governor for Arizona.
If you’ve been paying attention to this very close race, you know that like many other residents of the …
Election flashback: Originally posted Aug 26, 2010. (The more things change, the more they stay the same.)
Continuing from yesterday’s Kirkpartick spinning like a Ford Pinto stuck in the mud, we now focus on Kirkpatrick’s last statement in the interview in the White Mountain Independent, which was, in some ways, the most disingenuous:
“I have been standing up to Obama on border security all along.”
I’m sorry, am I losing my marbles? She didn’t really just say that, did she?
First of all, …