That Was Quick

Why is Bob Littlefield’s quixotic campaign for Scottsdale Mayor stuck in the mud?  A lot of reasons. He’s anti-business, even supported by a union that used scorched earth tactics to shut down Arizona’s home grown grocer, Basha’s.    He’s been on both sides of just about every issue in town from development to subsidies to the Desert Discovery Center.  He’s the … Read More

Arizona Right To Life Endorses John McCain

By: Friends of John McCain Phoenix, AZ– Arizona Right to Life endorsed John McCain’s reelection to the U.S. Senate, citing his lifelong support for pro-life policies and Arizona families. National Right to Life also endorsed John McCain’s reelection earlier this year. “All Arizonans who are concerned with protecting the sanctity of life and advocating for our most vulnerable should vote … Read More

Arizona Right to Life Endorses Andy Biggs

By: Biggs for Congress Gilbert -The Arizona Right to Life, one of Arizona’s leading pro-life organizations, endorsed Andy Biggs for Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District. Andy Biggs released the following statement: “There is nothing more important than defending life. I have made it a foundation of my time in public service to ensure that all life – from the moment of conception, to … Read More

Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum Endorses Andy Biggs

By: Biggs for Congress Gilbert – Former Presidential candidate and Former Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Rick Santorum endorsed Andy Biggs for Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District. Senator Santorum, a prominent national leader in the movement to defend pro-life and pro-family issues, had this to say about Senator Andy Biggs:  “In the race to replace Congressman Salmon, there is one candidate that stands above the … Read More

Goldwater Institute scores victory in Indian Child Welfare Act case

By: Timothy Sandefur, The Goldwater Insitute The Goldwater Institute scored a critical victory for a little girl in danger of being taken from the only family she has ever known. This victory before the Arizona Court of Appeals also boosts the Goldwater Institute’s ongoing federal challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act. The little girl known as “A.D.” was born … Read More

Ken Bennett Announces Graham County Endorsements

By: Ken Bennett for Congress Maricopa, AZ – Arizona businessman and former Secretary of State Ken Bennett proudly announced today the endorsement of Graham County elected officials supporting his campaign to represent Arizona’s 1st Congressional District. County Supervisors Jim Palmer, Drew John, and Danny Smith, Safford Mayor Chris Gibbs, Thatcher Mayor Bob Rivera, Pima Councilman C.B. Fletcher, and Graham Community … Read More

DO NOT SIGN AWAY YOUR RIGHTS AS A PROPERTY OWNER

By: Sal Diciccio  The public is being misled by True Life and the underlying property owner. On several occasions, True Life and the owner have lied to the residents surrounding the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Club, so why should we trust them now?   It is my obligation to make sure that I protect the quality of life in our community, … Read More

Governor Scott Walker Endorses Andy Biggs

By: Andy Biggs “Andy has a plan to reform Washington and rein in the out-of-control federal government” Gilbert – Today, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced his endorsement for Andy Biggs to replace retiring Congressman Matt Salmon in Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District. Governor Walker, widely-acclaimed by conservatives across America for taking on special interests and winning, becomes the latest major conservative … Read More

Scottsdale’s Own P. T. Barnum—Bob Littlefield

By: Jim Derouin Scottsdale’s version of P. T. Barnum, Bob Littlefield, is back.  After twelve unproductive years on the City Council, he needs a job and is now running for Mayor.   He wrote a column in The Scottsdale Republic, which portrays himself as a crusader for citizen issues, entitled:  “Scottsdale Needs a Leader Who Will Protect Its Unique Character.”  Well, … Read More

My Turn: Why I picked Andy Biggs to replace me as congressman

By: Matt Salmon Arizona Republic August 7, 2016 It wasn’t a hard decision to leave Congress. I missed my wife, my children and my grandchildren. No matter how hard I was able to fight for the futures of my loved ones in Washington, D.C., every time I came home I was reminded of how much I was leaving behind – and … Read More