An Arizona judge appointed by controversial Governor Jan Brewer has triggered a stink after telling a groping victim that she should have expected sex abuse because she was in a bar. The comments caused such an uproar that the female judge has now apologized. When an off-duty highway patrol office...
Click here to view this media The Arizona Governor never seems to be "all there" when she's speaking but she might have outdone herself tonight at the Republican National Convention.
Arizona’s Republican Governor, Jan Brewer accidentally endorsed President Barack Obama during an interview with MSNBC Wednesday evening. Brewer, who has previously shown no love for President Obama, appeared to confuse the president with the GOP nominee Mitt Romney, reports The Huffington Post. In her interview, Brewer stated: “I know that if President Obama is elected [...]Show More Summary
At about 9:15 p.m. during MSNBC's live coverage of the Republican National Convention, NBC correspondent Ron Mott omitted the word "illegal" as he pressed Arizona Governor Jan Brewer on whether her "hardline stance on immigration&qu...
At about 9:15 p.m. during MSNBC's live coverage of the Republican National Convention, NBC correspondent Ron Mott omitted the word "illegal" as he pressed Arizona Governor Jan Brewer on whether her "hardline stance on immigration" had hurt her politically with Hispanic voters. read more
Republican Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and President Obama have had their well-publicized ups and downs, but in a rare moment of levity at the grim Republican National Convention, the strident administration critic appeared to endorse the incumbent. Show More Summary
Jan Brewer says the president is race-bating and calling Republicans bigots. “It’s all the time, that we’re race-baiting; it’s all the time, you know, that we’re bigots,” Brewer said on POLITICO LIVE on Monday. Asked directly if she thought the president was race-baiting, Brewer said: “Absolutely, I do. Show More Summary
In an interview Monday with Politico, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer (R) accused the president of race-baiting and pandering to Hispanic voters. Brewer, whose name has become synonymous with the draconian and now mostly invalidated immigration law she fought for, lashed out at perceived allegations of Republican bigotry. When directly asked if she thought Obama was [...]
Arizona's Republican Governor Jan Brewer told POLITICO this week that President Obama is "race-baiting and pandering" for the Hispanic vote, all while accusing her and other Republicans of being “bigots" for their hard-line stance on illegal immigration.
In 2010, the Arizona state legislature set up a border security advisory committee to provide recommendations to Governor Jan "Americans Will Mow Lawns" Brewer, but so far the group has managed to submit just one such report. As for its big idea, it's one we heard ad nauseum during the ... More »
Wait. What? I must be reading this wrong. The “Women’s Health and Safety Act,” signed into law yesterday by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, and referred to by some as “the egg drop bill,” defines pregnancy as beginning two weeks before conception, as it calculates the gestational age starting with the first day of the last menstrual [...]
Jan Brewer, Arizona governor and Glendale Community College's most famous radiologic technologist certificate recipient, is actually The Worst. I know I've said that about a lot of people — Paul Ryan, Rick Scott, Scott Walker, Walker,...Show More Summary
The Arizona governor says there are plenty of American citizens willing to work for low wages.
By Scottie Thomaston Last month, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer filed a petition for certiorari to the Supreme Court in Diaz v. Brewer, a case involving a law that eliminates the state’s domestic partner benefits for same-sex couples. The case is at an early stage – the petition addressed a preliminary injunction temporarily stopping enforcement of [...]
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer can’t seem to get enough of the national spotlight, from proposing a law a few months ago to ban Planned Parenthood to signing an executive order this week that instructs state officials to deny driver’s licenses and other benefits to undocumented immigrants protected under President Barack Obama’s DREAM Act, also known [...]Show More Summary
Soledad O'Brien invited outspoken Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio to Starting Point Friday morning, speaking with him about Arizona governor Jan Brewer's decision to respond to the President's "deferred action" take on immigration by issuing...Show More Summary
Late Wednesday, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer released a strongly-worded executive order preventing deferred action recipients from obtaining drivers' licenses or any other unspecified "public benefits."
Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer, in yet another clash with the White House, issued an order on Wednesday barring illegal immigrants who qualify for temporary legal status in the United States from receiving any state or local public benefits.
PHOENIX (Reuters) - Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer, in yet another clash with the White House, issued an order on Wednesday barring illegal immigrants who qualify for temporary legal status in the United States from receiving any state or local...
Jan Brewer is trying to usurp the president’s authority. Brewer’s order directs “state agencies to deny driver’s licenses and other public benefits to young illegal immigrants who obtain work authorizations” and “directs state agencies to start emergency rulemaking processes as necessary to implement her order.” …