BY DON SORCHYCH | APRIL 3, 2013
Today, on April Fools Day, Dick Esser is in court for the judge to decide whether he is legally on the ballot for the May 21 election. Esser had resigned, changed his mind, and reapplied. Elections left the decision to Town Manager Usama Abujbarah and he approved it. See Linda Bentley’s article for a blow by blow of the case.
BY PHILIP BUMP | APRIL 3, 2013
As is usually the case in DC, we can predict the outcome of the Senate's vote on a unified package of gun measures a few weeks before the vote happens. One of the only question marks – universal background checks – may also be resolved, thanks to a big name. Not Bloomberg. McCain.
BY DWIGHT KEHOE | APRIL 3, 2013
Recently Glenn Beck made a statement that appears to have gone unnoticed by most. The context of what he was saying was cast to the mundane when he admitted, after years on TV and the radio of saying the opposite, that he was prevented from taking up subjects by the stations where he worked.
BY TOM MCGUIRE | APRIL 3, 2013
When Elaine and I moved to Arizona in 2000, we looked at many parts of the Phoenix Valley. Outdoor recreation, open space, large lots, the high-Sonoran desert environment, spectacular views and the fun-loving and Western Town Core brought us to Cave Creek. Even at first glance, we could see a town poised for a bright future.
BY GLENN MOLLETTE | APRIL 3, 2013
I can't remember the first time I heard the words homosexual or lesbian. I probably was a young teenager. I do not remember.
I can't fathom why anybody would be sexually attracted to someone of the same sex. We live in an age where a percentage of our country and world wishes to live in gay relationships. They also want to call it marriage.