by Tyler Durden May 26, 2017 10:43 AM Via SchiffGold.com, Good news for precious metals investors in Arizona. On Monday, Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill into law that eliminates states capital gains taxes on gold and silver specie. It's tax repeal will not only benefit Arizonans who invest in…
I live in a state where stupidity rules supreme. How things like this happen befuddle me. To think that we’d push these two morons as electoral representatives for our great state just blows my mind. @$#% idiots
That provision, which is state law, could come into play this year as opponents of GOP front-runner Donald Trump attempt to block his path to the nomination.
Arpaio complained 38 percent of illegal-alien inmates in his own jails who are turned over to federal authorities for violating immigration law come back “over and over again on various criminal charges, which violates their own policy and criteria that they are supposed to be deported.”
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio takes the dumping of illegal aliens in his Maricopa County as an “affront” because Arizona has been a high-profile critic of federal immigration policy, and Arpaio has been “like the poster boy” for slamming the Justice Department and the White House.
A bill allowing the terminally ill to use experimental drugs not yet approved for use by the Federal Drug Administration has advanced to the full House in Arizona.
Yesterday an Arizona state senate committee passed the Restoring Constitutional Governance Act, SB 1291, giving initial approval to a bill that nullifies indefinite detention under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) or any other federal law which might claim to authorize the same.
A gun from the failed U.S. operation known as “Fast and Furious” turned up at the scene of a shootout between Mexican authorities and alleged cartel gunmen last month, according to CNN.
(Reuters) – The Arizona Senate on Tuesday approved a measure to make gold and silver legal currency in the state, in a response to what backers said was a lack of confidence in the international monetary system.
After being rejected by three state legislatures this year, a measure to recognize U.S. Government-minted gold and silver coins as legal tender may find a second home in Arizona.