Submitted by billbGlendaleaz on Tue, 04/14/2015 - 10:50
Arizona again restricting voter choices
Over the last several years efforts have been made to restrict voter choice in Arizona. Proposition 121 in the November 2012 election attempted to impose a top 2 election system for the primary election, which would have effectively guaranteed either republicans and/or democrats in the general election. This was defeated by the voters by a 2 to 1 margin.
Submitted by DougMarks on Tue, 03/17/2015 - 00:29
This is a subject that tends to bring about division and hard feelings between those who see government as a positive force and those who consider it a necessary evil, but it’s an important discussion. I’ll try to explain my view and will focus specifically on the federal government, as it is by far the most far-reaching and powerful body we have to deal with today. Naturally, this raises a whole slew of questions, like do we need government? If so, how much, and where? What, if anywhere, is its limit?
Submitted by DougMarks on Sat, 03/14/2015 - 20:04
In arguing that our country should embrace non-intervention as our international policy, I have endured insults, verbal abuse, condescension, and blatant slander from people who claim to be constitutional advocates. I have been called a whining bitch, a pussy, a coward, childish, ignorant, and dozens of other highly offensive things just because I don’t believe that we need to engage in military actions that have nothing to do with defending this country.