Following the Honorable Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death less than one week ago, Senate Republicans and President Donald Trump have moved to nominate a new Justice to the Supreme Court of the United States. In less than four years, President Trump has filled two spots on the nation’s highest court. With Ginsburg’s passing, Trump willContinue reading “Arizona’s Catholic Community Sees Religious Bigotry in Criticisms of Potential Supreme Court Justice”
Yuma County Recorder Robyn Pouquette sent an email on Sunday Sept. 20th to the Office of the Governor, citing concerns about Secretary of State Katie Hobbs’ new voting guidelines. Pouqette made clear that “security and integrity remain [his] concern,” and that he does “not feel [he is] able to accommodate any such requests for theContinue reading “Arizona Secretary of State under fire for voting guidelines that “diminish security and integrity””
As students return to class online and in some in-person settings, the Honors College at one of the world’s largest public universities has decided to go on strike for two days in the name of “social justice”.
In August of 2018 I was lounging in my friend’s backyard, enjoying the smell of the grill and Cuban cigars from the luxury of a lawn chair. It was my friend’s graduation party, and I couldn’t have been more proud of him. He was headed to Boston University — he just wrapped up year two,Continue reading “Two Years Without John McCain”
Come November, Arizonans will have the opportunity to cast their ballots for a wide variety of local, county, and statewide offices. They will also be able to give Propositions 207 and 208 a simple “Yes” or “No”. Officeholders will have two to four years to prove their worth before facing Arizona voters again. Ballot initiatives,Continue reading “Dope and taxes: Two ballot initiatives facing Arizonans in November”
Today, I announce the founding of The Western Tribune, an outlet for independent student journalism which promotes the dissemination of the oft unheard voices of our generation.