The “Super Bowl Host Committee” is a traveling band of con artists–I mean, “non-profit organization”–which colludes with local officials to pad their bottom line with taxpayer subsidies and dole out a few measly bucks to local charities. Thus they earn support from local communities for “their” (NFL) generosity; a perfect merger of political entrepreneurism and […]
How much of this criticism should also be directed at Barbara Perleberg and the rest of the SUSD Governing Board, to whom Birdwell is accountable.
Hawks get their $142.5m in tax money, Atlanta mayor says public doesn’t appreciate his “heart” | Field of Schemes
Georgia State University student Tim Franzen said he didn’t understand the city’s love of stadiums. “It’s insane,” he said. “We are not in a crisis of resources. We are in a crisis of moral authority.”
Theranos reaches $4.65 million fraud settlement with Arizona Arizona served as the main testing grounds for Theranos in 2013 when it began to roll out its unproven technology at Walgreens stores across metro Phoenix. The company opened 40 Theranos Wellness Centers in the Valley, and operated a laboratory at Arizona State University’s SkySong office complex […]
“He can’t be [at fault]. He was a paying passenger sitting on our seat in our aircraft, and no one should be treated like that. Period.” United Airlines Chief Dumbass Officer Oscar Munoz, who initially said the passenger’s “belligerence” was to blame for his being beaten, bloodied, and dragged off a United flight.
“Well, that’s just not true,” Ducey shot back when asked about what the teachers said. “I think you’re taking words out of context.”
AZ governor Doug Ducey, stumping for a job as United Airlines CEO.
“I don’t support [taxpayer-funded ESA private school voucher] expansion without more oversight and accountability,” [Mary Hamway, former state representative from Paradise Valley] said, at the time. She wasn’t targeted because she opposed ESA expansion; it was because she wanted “oversight and accountability.” Source: Roberts: Dark money group got what it paid for: universal vouchers
[The objective is] to create a replica of the cul-de-sac sized living experience that [the developer] and his family currently enjoy, but in a vertical, urban, mixed-use setting with a “resort” feel. The article goes on to quote: “These units definitely take the concept of indoor-outdoor Arizona living to the next level,” says Bob Nathan […]
Scottsdale Insurance Company seeks to not compensate policyholders for fatal accident | Cook County Record
Yet more of Scottsdale mayor Jim Lane’s “struggling with success.” Coming to a neighborhood near you (or your neighborhood) soon! I have had my property urinated on by drunk renters, I have cars coming and going at all hours. I have to complain to the city of Scottsdale when they don’t take care of the […]