Category Archives: political parties

Fed up with Congress? Then elect a moderate.

We keep hearing about Congress’ lowest ever approval ratings. We keep hearing about Americans sick and tired of a government that refuses to compromise and get things done. If that’s really the case and if Arizonans feel the same way, … Continue reading

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A Vote Against Compromise is a Vote for Default

Arizona’s Congressional delegation scored a point in the debt-ceiling debate. That point was in favor of partisan politics and gridlock and against compromise and solutions. The result of this partisanship? A downgrade in our credit rating, tumbling stock prices, decimated … Continue reading

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Parties Over

Americans are pissed off. What’s the matter with our so-called political leaders? As we sit on the sidelines and wait for Washington to find a compromise to skirt default, we see more and more evidence that voters are fed up … Continue reading

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