Glassman: ‘There’s a crisis of integrity at the Arizona Corporation Commission’

There’s a crisis of integrity at the Arizona Corporation Commission and it’s time to elect commissioners who are willing to put ratepayers first! [...] Continue Reading →

Schenkat: does Scottsdale Municipal Court offer fair justice?

With the recent recommendation by President Trump for the appointment of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the issue has become a political [...] Continue Reading →

Jackson: poor arguments on medicinal marijuana validity only perpetuate ignorance

This rebuttal is concerned with addressing both current social policy regarding the use of medicinal marijuana and rebutting the unfounded [...] Continue Reading →

Auerbach: don’t be duped, marijuana is not legitimate medicine

The following rebuttal is concerned with addressing the current social policy regarding the use of so-called “medical marijuana” as a legitimate [...] Continue Reading →

Douglas: Evolution being removed from Arizona science standards is not true

I am responding to a point of view by Thomas H. Wilson in your July 1, 2018 edition regarding the proposed science standards. The current science [...] Continue Reading →

Van Parys: Scottsdale ought to seek 21st Century adaptation — not separation

Throughout the Valley of the Sun, you’d be hard pressed to find a city more serene, and with a better central location, than Scottsdale. This is, [...] Continue Reading →

Bloch: Scottsdale politics continue to illustrate a tale of two cities

Let us declare our independence! I have a suggestion. The state of California has tried it multiple times, but to no avail. I propose that the [...] Continue Reading →

Schild: Scottsdale Schools issues reflect symptom of questionable Arizona procurement law

Although i applaud Jann-Michael Greenburg’s observation that the Scottsdale Unified School District needs tighter financial controls, he fails to [...] Continue Reading →

Little: Scottsdale is a great place to live, work, play and …

Let me get right to the point. I propose we add an “education” element to the city’s General Plan and here’s why. First of all it benefits [...] Continue Reading →

Lieberman: ‘Zero tolerance policy’ can inflict untreated trauma

During the last two weeks, I am haunted by the imagine of children, being ripped away from their parents. The administration named this practice [...] Continue Reading →