Elections

New Election Laws

Intense controversy surrounding the 2020 election has led to a number of changes in Arizona election law over the past two years. Many are designed to strengthen election integrity and ensure that only eligible U.S. citizens vote in Arizona. Some have been challenged...

It’s Time

Arizona’s primary election is less than four months away. It’s time to prepare. But first: Capitol Update: Religious Freedom Victory! Governor Ducey this week signed CAP-supported SB 1399, protecting the interest of children and faith based foster care and adoption...

445 Days

Like it or not, we are a little over a year from another election. November 8, 2022 is just 445 days away. In an effort to make it easy to vote and hard to cheat in Arizona elections, Arizonans for Voter ID sponsored by the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, filed a ballot...

The Hits Keep Coming

The Hits Keep Coming If you’re not paying attention these days, you can get blindsided by the assault on foundational principles and personal freedoms. The latest attack on American values targets the sanctity of life. We Knew it was Coming  When the U.S. Supreme...

Freedom on Trial

The U.S. Supreme Court - now with five constitutionalists serving on the bench - will decide an important religious freedom case this session. Justice Amy Coney Barrett was on the bench last week when the Court heard oral arguments in Catholic Social Services v City...

Two Views and a Vote

If you watched any of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the confirmation of the U.S. Supreme Court Nominee, you heard two very different views of Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Either Judge Barrett is President Trump’s puppet, a reincarnated version of the...

Storm Ahead

Late last Friday afternoon, I was checking email and news like I usually do at the end of the day. All of a sudden up popped the news that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had passed away. My mind raced to a number of thoughts but the most prominent one was how man knows...

“High”ways

In Colorado, nearly 70% of marijuana users admit driving stoned – many of them, daily. That’s a lot of high drivers on the road next to you. It’s no surprise the number of traffic deaths involving drivers with THC in their system in Colorado doubled after voters...