Property Taxes Support Cool Alphabet T-Shirts

Just when you thought June was over three months ago, it somehow resurfaced in Phoenix. No, don’t check your calendar–the days are getting shorter and it has cooled off slightly from those difficult summer temperatures we have to endure. You thought you could bring your kids out in public again without the LGBTQAlphabet sex parades […]

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Injunction Filed Against Arizona Education Head Kathy Hoffman

On September 1, 2022 an injunction was filed in Maricopa County Superior Court against Kathy Hoffman, Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction.  Earlier this year, Hoffman linked two online chat spaces to the Arizona Department of Education website, paid for by taxpayers.  These chats, QChat and QueerChat, are designed to lure youth and include an quick […]

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Abortion and Drag Queens

Summers tend to be quiet in Arizona, but not for those who sexually groom and exploit children. In case you missed it, a plant nursery in Tucson scheduled some adult performers to put on a show recently. Plantney hosted a Drag Queen Show, and not surprisingly most outside the Big Education industry consider this adult […]

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Scott$dale Money Matters

Money is the root of all evil. How many times have we heard that? Both political parties want to cater to the needy, passing themselves off as the Party of the People. Historically it was thought, whether true or not, Republicans have more money. Then the switch occurred when overpaid athletes and movie stars affiliated […]

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Scottsdale Unified Candidates–Buyer Beware

Recently we shared that Secular Coalition of Arizona has gotten heavily involved with school board races. The organization is hosting online governing board candidate forums, and this is a great way for the public to see if the candidates align with good or evil. Several Scottsdale Unified candidates volunteered for a Q and A, and […]

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Phoenix Union High School’s Fight Club

It’s almost time for schools to reopen and at the same time we will be going to the polls (don’t vote early) and electing our favorites in the Arizona primary election. Unfortunately, in many cases we will be subjected to the same recycled candidates, just a different year. It is amazing that in failing school […]

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