During the holiday season, you no doubt have a lot going on in your life — work functions, gatherings with friends and neighbors, tracking down the elusive “perfect gift,” etc. But you may find it valuable to add one more event to your calendar: a family meeting to discuss those financial preparations that affect you and your loved ones.
In a day and age when sports and other stereotypes of other racial or ethnic groups are not tolerated in schools, universities, and in amateur and professional sports, why is there broad acceptance and tolerance of American Indian stereotypes in modern society and in the sports world? This panel during Super Bowl week explores this sensitive issue.
I am a retired Ahwatukee resident and worked as the business office manager at the Ahwatukee Recreation Center (ARC) for 18 years. During that time I had a wonderful working relationship and regular interaction with the Ahwatukee Board of Management (ABM), and occasionally staff, in the capacity of my job.
An Illinois bishop who performed a “minor exorcism” on the governor of that state over same-sex marriage will be the guest speaker at the annual Red Mass here marking the beginning of the legislative session.
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to review a lower court's ruling that allowed Scottsdale police crime lab results of blood-alcohol tests to be used as evidence against nearly a dozen DUI defendants.
A recent (guest commentary) writer, Sean Bowie (“With great power comes great responsibility, AFN, Dec., 19), is familiar with the answer to the question — denial. Bowie creates many reasons for the failures of the Democrats in the last election and avoids identifying any mistakes by his party. While this pattern of denial provides encouragement and hope for partisan Republicans, these delusions do not provide the state or the country with any hope that the next two years will bring us any closer to the solution of the many problems we face.
He admits the plan is a political longshot. But Rep. Mark Cardenas, D-Phoenix, hopes to convince colleagues to approve legalizing marijuana for recreational use by adults, if for no other reason than the alternative is having voters adopt their own plan.
In a major legal blow to Gov. Jan Brewer, the Arizona Supreme Court this morning ruled that a minority of lawmakers have the right to challenge the financial basis for expansion she crafted of the state’s Medicaid program.