Archive | blog

Body Bags at the Arizona Capitol–UPDATE

As we write this update, Brick Road Coffee in Tempe is assisting youth in LGBTQalphabet activities scheduled for Monday, January 9, 2023 at the Arizona Capitol. But don’t call anyone a “groomer”. Support Equality Arizona Schools is run by students, however, don’t think adults have stepped aside. In this post, the organizer references David Boyles […]

Continue Reading 2

Wealthy Democrat Population Control Supporter Donates to Republicans in Arizona

While the debate continues whether there were shenanigans in the 2020 and 2022 elections, many Republicans were shocked at the BFF photos Governor Doug Ducey tweeted about his transition meeting with Katie Hobbs. Today I congratulated Governor-elect Katie Hobbs on her victory in a hard-fought race and offered my full cooperation as she prepares to […]

Continue Reading 0

The Cat Lady Wins!

Recently we were warned students were identifying as animals and wanted to be called “Furries” in the classroom. We were not warned about a “Furry” running for a school governing board in Arizona. Not only did a Furry run for office, but she won. What a diverse state Arizona has become. Tamillia Valenzuela ran for […]

Continue Reading 0

Drag Queens, Coffee, and Save Our Schools Arizona

Earlier this year, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed a bill expanding the Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program to all students. A group called Save Our Schools Arizona, which is opposed to school choice, mounted a petition drive over the summer to put the ESA issue on the ballot in hopes it would be defeated by […]

Continue Reading 0

Groundwork Exists for Bloom365 be Part of Whole/Community Schools

For several years, parents in the West Valley have been concerned about Bloom365’s presence in their schools. The organization promotes “Healthy Relationships” and teaches youth how to avoid dating violence. Those words sound good except “healthy relationships” is a red flag meaning buried somewhere in the curriculum there will be lessons or discussions about sex […]

Continue Reading 0

Update to Our Lawsuit Against Superintendent Hoffman

This weekend we received a letter dated November 16, 2022 from Maricopa County Superior Court regarding the lawsuit filed against current Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman and her link to QChat on the Arizona Department of Education website. The Court has decide to dismiss the case based on previous case law. Here is part […]

Continue Reading 0