BY DON SORCHYCH | FEBRUARY 5, 2014
Like clockwork Mayor Vincent Francia mailed his monthly propaganda missive to the voters of Cave Creek. Francia is the master of the glass is always full, irrespective of the clear writing here and on the rest of our editorial page. Because of the acclamation of the rest of the slate, he is allowing slate leader, Vice Mayor Adam Trenk, to run the town and he is careful to support their non performance. After the last council meeting it seemed he had once again swung to the mayor of old by stating he couldn't support the court settlement before him. The settlement after all benefited only Gerald Freeman versus all the citizens who long ago voted the trail system into our general plan.
BY JOHN HOEPPNER | FEBRUARY 5, 2014
The Arizona Republic’s Editorial Board in their “Don’t Turn Into a Quartzsite” (Jan. 18, 2014) opinion is misguided in their view of Cave Creek as a town and the local government. The attempt to draw parallels between Cave Creek and Quartzsite is an application of the elasticity of editorial imagination.
BY BOB WILLIAMS | FEBRUARY 5, 2014
The Trenk, Durkin, Monachino and Spitzer slate lied to get elected, but it worked and if it wasn’t Cave Creek, I would say what else is new. But Cave Creek has had a reasonably good history of honest and dedicated citizens running for office and doing their best for the town.
BY LAWRENCE SELLIN | FEBRUARY 5, 2014
American liberalism, like all such political philosophies that ultimately rely on coercion for policy implementation, has completed its historical journey from altruism to totalitarianism.
BY RICK MANNING | FEBRUARY 5, 2014
You can't turn on a talking head program these days without someone decrying income inequality. The talking points are everywhere, even reaching the Sundance Film Festival where some of the nation's one percenters decried the disparity.
BY NICHOLAS PURPURA | FEBRUARY 5, 2014
TPATH – What if I told you that the Health-care legislation grants Obama the authority to create his own personal Army Corps in violation of the U.S. Constitution? On July 2, 2008 Obama gave a speech that has been stricken from most internet and news services. He said: “We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set.” He went on to say: “We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded.”