Arizona Born Musical “Ghost Of John McCain” Makes Its Off-Broadway Debut September 3rd With Opening Night September 24th

Running Labor Day Through Election Day, The Show Features John McCain’s Ascent into the Wild Psyche of Donald Trump’s Brain Along With a Bevy of Historical Icons Taking the Stage at Soho Playhouse in New York Arizona’s Quixote Productions, founded by political strategist and public relations executive Jason Rose, in conjunction with long-time John McCain consultant and public affairs executive Max Fose, eagerly awaits … Read More

Scottsdale One of the Most Attractive Cities for Millionaires

Most of our readers almost certainly are aware of the Great Migration: the Covid-era phenomenon of people taking advantage of work-from-home policies and leaving major overcrowded cities for new destinations. The reasons and locations are varied, but typically surround a few key concepts, primarily leaving high cost-of-living and high tax areas for locations which are more affordable in both arenas. … Read More

The Impact of Solar Energy Adoption on the Navajo Nation: Economic Empowerment and Cultural Preservation

By Grace Chapman The Navajo Nation, spread throughout the beautiful states of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, is experiencing an incredible journey towards sustainable energy solutions. The Navajo’s use of solar energy is a shift that extends beyond economic empowerment and encompasses cultural preservation and protecting the environment. The Navajo find it important to provide power to their people and … Read More

Arizona Legislature Singing Kumbaya on Education…For Now

As this year’s legislative session kicks into full swing, one issue is front and center this year: education. And in a strange twist, Republicans and Democrats are actually somewhat united on this issue…for now. But as the fight for control of the legislature, which leans ever so perilously on the side of the Republicans, heats up this year these agreements … Read More

Gov. Hobbs and Democrats Keep Moving to the Right on Immigration

By Ronald Sampson Any “old hats” who have followed politics for a while have undoubtedly seen the phenomenon of how political performance level at the national level impacts that at the state and local level. For instance, if a President is incredibly popular, lower-level politicians of the same party will do their best to ride the coattails, to match styles … Read More

Speakers’ Corner: Russell “Rusty” Bowers

This is a place where free speech and public debate are welcomed and encouraged. The Speakers’ Corner originated in the mid-19th century at London’s Hyde Park. The concept spread worldwide both physically and now virtually. Here at the Arizona Progress & Gazette, we are presenting this platform in the form of question-and-answer style interviews with people who have had a … Read More