It is becoming clear that election season has begun in Arizona. One needs to look only at the actions of those with the most to gain or lose.
Editorial cartoon (b): Jan. 17, 2018
Editorial cartoon (a): Jan. 17, 2018
With healthcare reform in abeyance, tax reform done, and the White House starting to pivot toward immigration, is there still room for the trade agenda?
Congress passed its tax bill to put more money into our pockets.
Editorial cartoon (b): Jan. 10, 2018
Editorial cartoon (a): Jan. 10, 2018
You see, my father was born in 1933. He was a paperboy in the days when paperboys stood on city corners and shouted “Extra!”
The following is a page from my new novel of the above title:
Hoping all of you had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends.
We like to tell ourselves that something good must come from tragedy.
Editorial cartoon (1): Jan. 3, 2017
Editorial cartoon (2): Jan. 3, 2017
Sen. Steve Yarbrough is retiring as the executive director and general counsel of the Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization.
Of all the careers I might have chosen, I never felt the desire to become an anesthesiologist.
When the national economy is on a roll, history tells us, the American people are happy, content, upbeat and readily credit whoever the President is at the time for creating an environment in which growth, opportunity and job security can thrive.
Editorial cartoon (a): Dec. 27, 2017
Editorial cartoon (b): Dec. 27, 2017
An early winter’s prayer: Dear God, I know you have a lot on your plate, but when you have the time, I ask for your protection.
When I was in sixth grade, my impassioned 4-H speech about the possibility of extraterrestrial visitors didn’t even merit an Honorable Mention (my fifth-grade speech about our thumb-sucking cat had taken me all the way to the county level!); so I can empathize with those military intelligence officials who are being ridiculed for the existence of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification program.
On Tuesday, a man did what so many of us have done. He went to the elementary school near his house, sat in the audience with other proud parents, and then watched as his 6-year-old son and his classmates put on the school’s Christmas pageant.
We received a lot of feedback to some recent columns I’ve written, though many readers mistakenly called them editorials.
Editorial cartoon (b): Dec. 20, 2017
Editorial cartoon (a): Dec. 20, 2017
Transitions are never easy, and it’s beginning to look like this region is entering one that has already caused a great deal of angst among residents.