Former State Senator Andy Biggs Applauds FBI Decision to Re-Open Investigation into Clinton E-mails

By:  Former State Senator Andy Biggs I applaud the FBI for doing the right thing and re-opening their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s e-mail. Secretary Clinton could be less than two weeks from becoming the next Commander-in-Chief of the greatest country on the planet, and the American people deserve to know everything about her handling of confidential and classified information. We cannot … Read More

Odds & Ends To The Week

*He endorsed Trump, but he will likely be responsible for his demise.  He is Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, an impressive congressional nominee who is getting precious little help from national Republicans due to the GOP having to defend more seats than they had hoped this year.  Prediction:  If Babeu loses his congressional race look for him to move to … Read More

Don Cogman Supports Dan Schweiker’s Run for City Council

By: Don Cogman Dan Schweiker is a small businessman having founded and owned China Mist Tea Company for over thirty years.  He is well known in the local business community for his charitable work, integrity and entrepreneurship. Not only has he been involved in numerous local charities, business and artistic organizations, he has served twice on the Paradise Valley City … Read More

New Scottsdale Poll Shows Big Lane Lead, Close Council Contest

Public Opinion Strategies, the polling company to Governor Ducey, Senator McCain, NBC and the Wall Street Journal, among many others, just concluded a October 17-18 survey among Scottsdale voters. As they showed in their September survey Mayor Jim Lane maintains a big lead over former Councilman and failed State House of Representatives candidate Bob Littlefield.  Lane holds a 28-point advantage … Read More

Vote NO on Prop 205

By: Doug Ducey This election, there will be many important issues and initiatives that you will be asked to consider. But perhaps the most important vote you will cast this November will be on Proposition 205, the initiative to legalize marijuana. Even The Arizona Republic agrees: Prop 205 is the wrong way to go. The marijuana advocates have run their … Read More

The Unbearable Lightness Of Littlefield

The Unbearable Lightness of Being was a 1984 work about two men and two women. It’s an appropriate reference to the tale of Scottsdale 2016 and the unbearable idea of two Littlefields serving on the City Council at the same time. Mayoral candidate Bob Littlefield also likes to be on two sides of every issue. He was for the Desert … Read More