Voting in 2020

I am getting many questions about voting and the potential for election fraud. While I certainly don’t have all the answers, I will attempt to respond to some of the concerns. Throughout the U.S., progressive groups opposed to our values are filing lawsuits in an...

After the Vote

Primary Election Recap While we await the official, final vote tallies from this past Tuesday’s Primary Election, here’s what we know to date: More Arizonans turned out to vote in the primary than in any previous cycle. While the turnout partly results from population...

Celebrating Freedom

Independence Day 2020 couldn’t come soon enough. Amidst the chaos and unrest ripping Americans apart, it is good to pause and remember what binds us together – and where we all started. This is a weekend to celebrate freedom itself, and to honor all those who...

Don’t be Fooled

We find out next week which initiatives will likely be on the November ballot. The requisite signatures are due Thursday, July 2.. The latest count indicates the “Smart and Safe Act” has far exceeded the 237,645 needed signatures to qualify. If those signatures prove...

This is Going to Hurt

“The position that the court now adopts will threaten freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and personal privacy and safety. No one should think that the Court’s decision represents an unalloyed victory for individual liberty.” – Justice Samuel Alito  Religious...

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