The stark divisions among political views and sensibilities are also being seen on newspapers sports pages, sports websites and Twitter. Bryan Curtis, editor at large for The Ringer, has written about the topic in a piece called "Sportswriting Has Become a Liberal Profession: Here’s How It Happened."
Town halls used to be an opportunity for constituents to listen to their elected officials, and, more importantly, ask questions and express concerns. To learn more about how town halls have changed and the strategy behind them, we spoke with political consultant Marcus Dell’Artino, a partner at Phoenix-based First Strategic.
The CALA Alliance is an organization that encourages cultural understanding between people of the Americas. Casandra Hernandez Faham works to educate Arizonans through the arts about our relationship to the Americas.
Locally, huge questions still remain to be answered on immigration enforcement — especially after the recent decision by Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone to change how the agency works with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
A southern Arizona tribe has released a video reiterating its opposition to the border wall being proposed by President Donald Trump. The Tohono O’odham nation includes 75 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border.