He rarely shares his opinions regarding controversial topics, like the Muslum ban. I don't understand how the governor of a border state was able to remain silent on the topic. Called just about everyday and everyday he had not come up with an opinion? Seems like he's afraid of his shadow and is a definite yes man to Trump. Not impressed and disappointed with the people of Arizona for not demanding more.
McSally won her position by a slim margin. She must think her constituents are people from Phoenix because in Tucson that behavior will not fly. I don't really see her enjoying her job that much anyway so I refuse to feel sorry for someone siding with a traitor against the people that have employed her.
Sad when a politician avoids or refuses to have an open dialog with their constituents just because they are afraid people may have different opinions. I think we deserve better leadership.
They want her to fail and public education as well, then they can privatize edcation. Too bad money is more important...
Charter schools are like privatized prisons only privatized schools...
Excellent job! As a retired public school teacher this article is spot on. It's based on facts and it feels refreshing to see the truth about our schools in print.
Great article! I hope a lot of people read it. Shame on Sun Tran and Raytheon for working that deal. And then acting like the drivers and mechanics are the problem...
and shame on Oro Valley resident and Raytheon employee for your comment, disgusting and out of touch.
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