Stories by Jean Valjean
With the mounting evidence suggesting the Obama administration was fully aware of the terror attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, within two hours of the breakout of violence and the disappointing litany of excuses, mostly blaming a virtually unseen video at the time, it is more evident than ever that is time for the truth, it is a time for change, it is time for a real Commander in Chief.
AZ Prop 204 is the wrong choice for Arizonans. There are those who support education reform but do not support AZ Prop 204 because it does not solve the state’s education woes.
Opponents of AZ Prop 204 argue that although education reform is needed, AZ Prop 204 lacks financial accountability. The lack of oversight and connection to special interests make the proposal more about political connections than education.
The sales tax increase will put Arizona on an ugly path, not just with …
Lester Pearce, the brother of Russell Pearce, has decided to run against Steve Chucri for the District 2 Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. Pearce, currently serving as Justice of the Peace in the North Mesa Justice Court, was in the Arizona Senate from 1989 to 1995.
Lester Pearce’s decision to run will likely bring a spotlight on his alleged connection to the Russell Pearce-Olivia Cortes Scandal. There was …
The Russell Pearce recall reimbursement budget debate at the state capitol is sounding more and more like a Jerry Lewis telethon lately.
For someone who claims adherence to the principles of limited government and fiscal responsibility, asking for taxpayers to foot the bill for your election loss seems highly suspect. Even after Pearce’s loss to Republican Jerry Lewis, there was speculation that Pearce would seek to use an obscure clause in the Arizona Constitution that …
The race for Mesa’s Senate District 25 is already heating up between Bob Worsley and Russell Pearce. Worsley, a conservative Republican from Mesa, is already calling out his Republican opponent Russell Pearce. Worsley’s latest press release not only questions Pearce’s loyalty to Arizona but his judgment by connecting him to ultra-progressive Democrat Raul Grijalva.
Worsley’s press release follows:
WHAT DO RUSSELL PEARCE AND RAUL GRIJALVA HAVE IN COMMON?
Recently, Senate District 25 candidate and Ban Amnesty Now (B.A.N.) president Russell Pearce called for …
Sadly the birther madness will not end. Here is video from Sherrif Joe Arpaio’s Obama eligibility investigation press conference.
The Washington Times also reports:
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said Thursday he suspects the birth certificate President Obama released last year is a “computer-generated forgery” — and also raised questions about the authenticity of the president’s Selective Service card.
“Based on all of the evidence presented and investigated, I cannot in good faith report to …
Tusayan, AZ is holding a special election on May 15 to consider five referendums and an initiative. It is one of the last true ‘company towns’ in existence, and most residents live in housing owned by their employers. The goal for the incorporation process is to put the political machinery in place to make further …
Kirk Adams latest video is targeting fellow Republican Congressional candidate Matt Salmon.
It looks like Adams plans a series of videos that will explore this theme.
Matt Salmon Fish Tales Episode 1. We asked conservative Arizona voters what they thought about Washington’s revolving door, lobbying, and republicans giving money to democrats.
J.T. Ready is a notorious fringe activist and perpetual candidate for one thing or another, but this time, he’s running for Sheriff as a Democrat.
Ready does not have the gold-plated resume typical of candidates for political office. For example, he was kicked out of the Marines, and has had trouble with the law for issues ranging from merely bizarre to disturbing and violent.
J.T. Ready has most frequently been associated …