One Nation Under God. Cool Heads in Coolidge

On Monday, September 21, Coolidge, Ariz. voted on a highly controversial issue: whether or not to limit the prayer before a city council meeting to only Christian prayer. The proposal was unanimously shot down. When Councilman Rob Hudelson, a pastor for a local Baptist church, brought the topic forth on September 14, the topic was passed into a proposal by … Read More

Urge California governor to sign Right To Try into law

By Lee Templar Director of Foundation Relations The Goldwater Institute California is poised to become the 25th state that adopts the Right To Try—a law that will help terminally ill patients try promising new medicines pending final approval from the Food and Drug Administration. But Governor Jerry Brown might veto the Right To Try. We need your help to persuade … Read More

AZ education plan gets thumbs up from Forbes

Dear Friend , Forbes is now highlighting Governor Ducey’s forward-thinking plan to fund K-12 education without raising taxes. Read and share this column on how Arizona is leading the way with smart policy: Back To School: Arizona Gov. Ducey’s Smart Education Plan Travis H. Brown Forbes 9/14/2015 With a promising business environment and a governor who understands smart fiscal policy, … Read More

First Six Months as State Treasurer of Arizona Update

by Jeff DeWitt It has been an honor to serve Arizona as State Treasurer. I wanted to take a few minutes and thank everyone for their continued support. It is unbelievable how much my life has changed as I went from an everyday father working in the financial world to being elected as Arizona State Treasurer. The road here was … Read More

It’s Official I’m Running

By Dr. Kelli Ward It’s official. As you read this, I am in Lake Havasu announcing my campaign for the U.S. Senate! I’m ready to retire John McCain and give voters a fresh, courageous choice for new conservative leadership, and I hope you’ll join my effort. Together, we can disrupt the status quo and begin a new era of lower … Read More

CNBC: A governor who chose to ride with Uber over regulators

Standard and Poor’s recently assigned Arizona the strongest rating the state has had since 2008. Commentary by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey June 22, 2015 When I was sworn in as Arizona’s governor on January 5, the Super Bowl was set to kick off in our state just four weeks later. Amid all the planning and upcoming festivities, there was a … Read More

My Decision

by Rick Santorum Fellow Conservative, Yesterday, I officially announced my candidacy for President of the United States. And now, I need YOUR help to take back America! If you’re ready to join me, will you please pitch in a generous financial gift right now to help me kickstart my campaign? I believe that it’s going to take a fearless, unapologetic, … Read More

American Federation for Children: AZ School Choice Bills go to Governor

Improvements to Ariz. Tuition Tax Credit Scholarships await Governor’s signature HB2483 and HB2153 offer accountability measures and expand the Corporate Tuition Tax Credit programs PHOENIX (March 31, 2015) — The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, applauds the Arizona Legislature for passing educational choice bills which increase transparency among School Tuition Organizations (STOs) and expand the … Read More

Under constant attack by Ted Cruz

Monday I announced my campaign for President, and ever since, I’ve been under constant attack. Will you chip in $5 — or even $35 — to help me fight back? You see, the liberal media has called me every name in the book — attacking me for everything from announcing my campaign at a Christian university to listening to country … Read More

Message from Scott Walker

The United States Supreme Court’s refusal to hear the challenge against Wisconsin’s Voter ID law this week is a victory for common sense, democracy, and the one-person, one-vote principle that anchors our democracy. When voters cheat and try to cast multiple ballots, it hurts everybody. It cheapens our elections, throws the results into doubt, and tarnishes our democracy. If you … Read More