Hundreds of Democrats Pack the Opening of New Tucson Headquarters

Jammed in shoulder to shoulder at the opening of the new state Democratic office in Tucson, more than 200 enthusiastic Democrats turned out for candidates Kirsten Engel for the U.S. House and Ruben Gallego for the U.S. Senate. The unexpected size of the crowd overwhelmed the air conditioning and ceiling fans and demonstrated the passion … Read more

Finally! Background Checks Coming to Tucson Gun Shows

Jan Lesher, the Pima County Administrator, has announced that private vendors selling firearms at the Pima County gun show will be required to conduct background checks on potential customers. Up to now, the notorious Crossroads Gun show has allowed private, unlicensed vendors to sell weaponry without background checks to anyone age 18 or older. In … Read more

Are We Better Off Than We Were Four Years Ago? Is this a Trick Question

At the height of Orwellian hypocrisy, the Trump Presidential Campaign is trying to assert that things were better when he was President four years ago than now. What chutzpah. Another big lie from the Mad King of Big Lies. This recent cartoon from Clay Bennett of the Chattanooga Times Free Press says it all. The … Read more

Crowdsourcing Law Enforcement: What Could Go Wrong?

Ah, Arizona, the beacon of Wild West revivalism, has done it again, folks! If you’re the nostalgic type, yearning for the days of saloons and shootouts, the Arizona Senate has something for you. They decided that the solution to retail theft isn’t through boring, conventional methods like hiring more police or investing in technology. No, … Read more

“Do Something”

Conor O’Callaghan is running for Congress as a Democrat in AZ01. He is an Irish immigrant who grew up in Congressional District 1. He excelled in Scottsdale public schools, which took him to an Ivy League university. Conor has a B.S. in Economics, a B.A.S. in Engineering, and a Master’s in Public Administration from the … Read more