Today, the Mark Brnovich for Attorney General campaign went live with a Spanish-spoken radio spot outlining his vision for the state’s top law enforcement office.
The 30-second spot is voiced by Brnovich, a former prosecutor and the son of an immigrant. The spot will air through Election Day on multiple Spanish-language radio stations throughout Arizona.
“I want to make sure the Hispanic community hears my message, which is rooted in the traditional Hispanic values of faith, …
At about 7:00 PM Wednesday evening a man jumped the fence at the White House. This is the second person to make it onto the North Lawn in as many months. But this time, the Secret Service was ready. Specifically, the Canine Unit.
The latest reports say that the man was taken to the hospital for treatment for his dog bites.
It has been said that it is not possible to enumerate all of our natural human rights, because they are theoretically without limit. David Boaz made a comment to that effect in “Libertarianism: A Primer.” Thomas Jefferson and the authors of the Declaration of Independence tipped their tricorne hats to this notion with open-ended phrase, “That among these . . .”
I emphatically agree that there is no theoretical limit to our rights. I disagree equally emphatically, …
Not too long ago, I was thinking about a singularly depressing topic: How the Enlightenment-era concepts of natural rights, the state of nature, and the social contract have become all but unknown to most Americans.
These concepts undergirded the Founders’ thinking in nearly everything they created and bequeathed to us. In the Colonial era, this liberty-based philosophy was understood by the wealthiest Boston lawyer and the poorest farmer alike. But talk about them today and a lot of people will look …
Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher Endorses Mark Brnovich for Attorney General
Today, Republican candidate for attorney general Mark Brnovich received the endorsement of Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher. In his endorsement, Mascher remarked:
“Mark Brnovich is not only committed to enforcing the rule of law, but also to improving relations and cooperation with law enforcement in all Arizona counties. He is a man of his word and a man of principle. Yavapai County will have …
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