As we begin 2015, a quick look back at 2014 reveals that at some point on the evening of November 4th, 2014, we successfully elected or re-elected our 100th candidate since 2004. By the time the evening was done, the count was 102 candidates we had successfully gotten across the finish line. That ... » Read More about 100+ and Counting!
So I wasn't sure what to expect from a story that National Journal was going to write on Arizona politics. Sure, its NJ, so there will be a bit of a slant leftwards as there usually is, but the interview I gave to James Oliphant, the author, was really pleasant, and the questions gave me hope that ... » Read More about The Joy of the Instant Rebuttal
No one covers this topic as well as Espresso Pundit, but the January 25th Political Insider column from The Arizona Republic reminded me of some of the many points that Greg Patterson makes on his blog. Biased reporting, snarky tone, and fundamental misrepresentations, all combining to produce a ... » Read More about Why Some Newspapers Deserve To Fail
It is Martin Luther King Day and the radio hosts play a clip from his speech. Listening to it I had a thought that I have not heard expressed in the media. So I came home and searched for the clip they played. Listen to it. Read it. Then consider what comes ... » Read More about A Dream Realized
Recently, two of our clients, State Senator Al Melvin and State Representative Steve Montenegro, introduced Limiting Government Week, a novel idea based on concepts conservatives take largely for granted. Conservatives believe in limited government -- making it smaller, cheaper, more efficient. We ... » Read More about Limiting Government Week