Sure, talk is cheap. But the right to talk is priceless. Here’s what Goldwater is doing to defend that right.
Inside Room 4 at a midtown Phoenix preschool, 4-year-old Grace Bunch sang and shouted in Spanish the names of animals, colors and numbers.
For an hour, she practiced how to introduce herself: "Yo soy Grace." She sang two verses of Old MacDonald Had a Farm in Spanish and recited primary colors: rojo (red), verde (green) and amarillo (yellow).
She did it with the help of Dora the Explorer, the superpopular 7-year-old animated Latina adventurer.
Phoenix--The Goldwater Institute is pleased to announce it has partnered with Helium.com to provide its members and other policy enthusiasts an online forum to debate hot policy issues.
Phoenix, AZ--Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Larry Elder, the number one drive-time host in Los Angeles, will be the featured speaker at the Goldwater Institute's Speaker Series luncheon, Wednesday, December 4, 2002, from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m., at the Ritz-Carlton, 2401 East Camelback Road, Phoenix.
Oro Valley's government overreacted when it tried to get a blogger critical of some of its elected officials to register as a political committee. The situation made the town look like a bully and could have been avoided if workers had done more homework.
Art Segal, a 71-year-old blogger, over the past year has repeatedly endorsed a couple of Oro Valley Town Council candidates Salette Latas and Bill Garner who are challenging three incumbents, Vice Mayor Helen Dankwerth, Terry Parish and Barry Gillaspie.
The hazards of expressing a controversial view in the Arizona Republic opinion sections run to outraged phone calls, indignant e-mails and caustic Internet comments. For protection, all a writer needs is a thick skin.
The risks couldn't be more different for Ayaan Hirsi Ali, an outspoken feminist and critic of Islamic extremism.
She needs bodyguards and an armored car.
If you ever have visited the website of Phoenix New Times, your Internet browsing habits may soon be in the hands of Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas. But not before one heck of a First Amendment fight.
Today's Arizona Republic reports that sheriff's deputies arrested New Times owners Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, for the misdemeanor of revealing Grand Jury proceedings.
A criminal case against Phoenix New Times fell apart Friday amid a crush of public outrage and admissions that a special county prosecutor made serious mistakes.
Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas dismissed all charges against the free weekly newspaper less than 24 hours after two New Times owners were arrested for publishing details of a grand-jury subpoena that demanded the Internet records of any person who had visited the newspaper's Web site since 2004.
Carrie Lips Lukas joins host KTAR host Pat McMahon to discuss topics from her new book "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Women, Sex, and Feminism."
Conservative patriarch William F. Buckley Jr. and satirical son-of-a-patriarch Christopher Buckley aggregated their respective talents Thursday to bestow upon a Phoenix audience a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of erudition, perspicacity and not least, mirth.
Which all means that the founder of the National Review and his son, a best-selling author, teamed up on stage for the very first, and they say last, time to give more than 500 people at a Goldwater Institute luncheon a heckuva good show, as well as a few serious things to think about.
Chicago Sun-Times columnist Robert Novak is white-hot news this week for his alleged role in "leaking" the name of a CIA analyst's identity. The "Prince of Darkness" was in a far more jovial mood when he spoke at the Phoenix Ritz Carlton as the guest of the Goldwater Institute on Sept. 11.