Commentary

McSally and Ducey are all-in on Trump policies

The only option we have to move the country in a different direction is to reject the politicians -- on a national, state and local level -- who embrace an elitist economy and its reality star president.

Do Latinos make Arizona worse? Conservatives, Republicans think so

When Rep. David Stringer made national news in June for saying “there aren’t enough white kids to go around” in public schools and that immigration is “an existential threat” to the United States, prominent Republicans distanced themselves from him. Some, like Gov. Doug Ducey and Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jonathan Lines, went so far as to call on him to resign for the nakedly racist comments.

Meet the Arizona Mirror

At no point in our nation’s history has an independent and free press been unimportant, but the necessity of the Fourth Estate has perhaps never been more starkly apparent at any point in the post-Nixon world. In this critical time brimming with fake news and alternative facts, where the truth is seemingly up for debate and in which the most powerful man in the world attacks the free press as “the enemy of the people,”  journalistic pursuits are essential.