New Taxes on Scottsdale Property Owners

ARGUMENT “AGAINST” THE BONDS Bonds equal Debt. Federal debt, deficits, and borrowing are bad. Are they not equally bad in Scottsdale? Borrowing has its place, like for construction of new infrastructure. Maintenance however, should be budgeted. Scottsdale’s had years and tens of millions of dollars’ worth of unconstitutional, taxpayer-funded subsidies for the PGA, the NFL, […]

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2015 in Preview, and New Year’s Resolutions

I didn’t hear much talk around New Year’s Day this year about resolutions. There was a distinct anti-resolution mindset for the past few years, but I didn’t even see much of that this year. Do I “believe in resolutions?” I think the onset of a New Year is a good opportunity to review what’s important. That […]

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City Council Election: Seismic Sniffle

“Voice of Scottsdale” reported recently that …the seismic shift in how candidates finished in the Primary Election compared to the General Election was unheralded.  It was like a game of political musical chairs. Jennifer Peterson fell from second to fifth place.  David Smith jumped from fourth to second.  Kathy Little moved from fifth to third.  […]

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