• CaptainAmerica

    by Published on 06-29-2016 05:41 PM

    The proposal would have Phoenix trails closed when the temperature reaches 110 degrees or higher.

    "Under the proposal, hikers would also not be allowed to bring dogs on trails when the temperature is at or above 100 degrees.

    The city has not said what consequences would be for people who violate these rules if they’re put in place."

    the nanny state is happening in Az. This is the first time living here I have ever seen such a law proposed for parks . This state is quickly taking a nose dive into socialism and statism.
    by Published on 11-05-2014 06:50 PM



    Prop 122 places language in the state constitution that would empower the state to pass referendums, bills or use other legal means to end cooperation with an unconstitutional federal act. Supporters of the amendment say the provision allowing the people to vote to refuse to cooperate with federal authorities will prove especially significant.

    “Basically, it will allow Arizonians to hold a state referendum on federal policy, something I don’t think has ever been done before,” one supporter said."

    A step in the right direction to nullifying illegal actions of the federal government. Now if people ...
    by Published on 08-07-2014 04:45 PM


    I have family that have installed an entire roof top of solar panels, its beautiful and works great. Installing solar panels allows people to use their high powered utilities such as a washer, dryer and air conditioner in the daytime saving up to half the bill according to those family members. Now APS is launching a massive fight against solar panel installation and purchase by reversing charges of saving by upcharging anyone who generates power from a natural source. Koch brothers are involved with trying to manipulate the corporation commission of Arizona.

    Arizona Public Service, the largest utility in the state, is facing scrutiny over whether it is secretly funding a campaign against two Republican candidates for the state's utility regulatory commission.

    The primary race for the state's Corporation Commission, which oversees utility issues in the state, features four Republican candidates: Thomas Forese, Doug Little, Lucy Mason and Vernon Parker. A conservative dark money group, the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, has thrown its money behind Forese and Little, as well as behind secretary of state candidate Justin Pierce — spending a total of $1.1 million on the primaries this year, according to the state's campaign finance records.

    "As the Arizona Republic reported earlier this week, that's a significant increase in electoral spending for the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, which doled out just $185,000 on 2012 races. It's a nonprofit making independent expenditures in this campaign, so it doesn't have to disclose its donors. But this secrecy has allowed allegations to fester that APS is the one funding the effort in Arizona."
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