By Kimberly Dorris @Heart10Looks3 On January 19th, I planned some Joy for the following day. I mean, not like MAGA-hat-wearing, wall-building, lock-her-up-chanting Joy. But I did schedule a vacation day from work for January 20th, as I knew I’d never be able to focus while Grabby McGrabberson
Here’s Part I and Part II Update & Call to Action: Save Our Schools Arizona (SOS) filed a petition seeking to refer SB1431 – the ESA expansion bill to Arizona voters in the 2018 election so that we can vote “NO” on the expansion of vouchers. SOS
Goodbye Trent Franks! In 2018, the voters that you have ignored will be replacing you. When it comes to voting on legislation, I will put our constituent’s best interest at heart before casting my vote. Unlike you, I will vote without thought of myself, and always with careful thought on
It seems that we wake up every day now to a fresh batch of horror; so much scandal and corruption that it feels impossible to keep track, let alone make any kind of tangible difference. In reading tips about self care during these difficult times, I have discovered one way
This blog post originally appeared on AZ Blue 2020 Last week, thanks to Facebook memories, I was reminded of where I was after the close of the 2016 Democratic Primary. I won’t lie; I was disgusted with the Democratic Party. In fact, you can read my words yourself. Words I
Residents of the 8th Congressional District will have the opportunity to meet some of the candidates who want to represent us in Congress in either the House or Senate. Invitations were sent out to all filed and declared candidates to run in the August 2018 primary. Currently Brianna Westbrook, Deedra
Well the House has swallowed their shotgun. Here is the email I have fired off to Flake. I will generate a “Maverick” Themed version for McCain not that he is going to have another election. I hope other Desert Dissenters contact Senators Flake & McCain so this idiocy gets stopped.
I guess it should come as no surprise that Trump and his Federal Communications Commission chairman, Ajit Pai, wants to kill net neutrality. At a closed-door meeting in Washington Wednesday, Pai outlined what The New York Times described as “a sweeping plan to loosen the government’s oversight of high-speed internet providers, a rebuke of