Dustin Farrell stitched together raw still photographs of the Arizona and Utah landscape to create the most amazing time-lapse nature video you’ve ever seen.
Shawn Henfling discusses the disturbing but age-old trend of public funding for private sports venues.
After a wild first weekend in the NCAA tournament, only 16 schools remain. Who to root for? Who to root against? In Part 1 of Good Men Project’s Sweet 16 Preview, Wai Sallas breaks down the Midwest and West regions. (Now with 100% More Hollywood movie references)
We are less than a week away from the NCAA tournament getting started. GMP Sports jumps on the March Madness bandwagon, and provides you with our top 4 teams from each region and the players to watch.
Matthew Rozsa explains how bigotry and lack of honor go hand-in-hand.
Who says guys can’t think on their feet? Watch the Fox 10 weatherman’s improvisational feat.
Conservatives have spent the last two weeks arguing that religious liberty must allow for discrimination against LGBT people. Here’s how they spun it.
Though he insists it has nothing to do with discrimination, Arizona State Sen. Al Melvin (R) can’t explain why SB 1062 is needed to defend “religious freedom.”
Business pushes back as support starts to grow for a national boycott of Arizona.—This post orginally appeared on ThinkProgress.By Zach FordThe national spotlight is now shining on Arizona as Gov. Jan Brewer (R) weighs whether to sign the controversial “license to discriminate” bill (SB 1062) passed by the legislature last week. Though the potential consequences are broad,…
Arizona’s proposed “religious freedom” bill, S.B. 1062, could soon be passed into law and it might have some negative effects that neither side has considered.
The holiday season is not only a time for celebrating what we have, but also what we had. And who.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that states may not require proof of citizenship for those registering to vote in federal elections, 7 to 2.
A federal court upheld a district court’s preliminary injunction on a key provision of Arizona’s controversial, anti-immigration SB 1070 law, calling the statute “vague” and “incomprehensible to a person of ordinary intelligence.”
3-year-old Guy Fritzsche, of Mesa, Arizona,was honored with the Good Samaritan award on Thursday by the city of Mesa, for saving his mother’s life earlier this month.
The announcement came Friday, a day after a local detention officer was shot and killed in his driveway.
This latest ruling means the three South Carolina provisions will remain temporarily blocked until the court holds a full trial on the statute