Nobody likes clickbait ads, but Jan Brewer really hates them. That's because, as the Arizona Republic reports, two unflattering photos of the former Arizona governor were used—along with text reading "Divorced for Being 'Too Old' - See Her Revenge Makeover"—to sell eye creams, plastic surgery, and more. "[It's]...
Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer will sue a group of unidentified internet ghosts for using her likeness to promote anti-aging services, unless they stop right now. Read more...
Last week former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer defended Donald Trump on FOX Business network: “Well, when I heard it, I... The post Former AZ Governor Jan Brewer: Trump’s Telling It Like It Is (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pun...
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is not one of those pliant, pandering Republicans looking to attack Donald Trump for what he’s been saying about the criminals, murderers, rapists and thieves who
Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, who seemed so sane for a little while there as her term ended, has apparently gone off the rails again, the poor dear. Remember when she was hallucinating piles of headless bodies in the desert that...Show More Summary
Arizona’s Politics: There is a good article in the Arizona Republic today updates readers on former Governor Jan Brewer getting used to being out of the public eye, and getting hired by a national law firm. The article quotes Joe … Continue reading ?
Though she no longer has a “bully pulpit”, Jan Brewer is not going away anytime soon.
When Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed legislation last February to protect religious individuals and business owners who deny services to gays and lesbians, she lost favor with many Christian conservatives. But as the public backlash grows against Indiana, whose governor, Mike Pence, just signed a
Earlier this year, Arizona legislators introduced a bill that would allow churches to claim a property tax exemption on buildings they rent rather than just own. A similar bill was vetoed by Gov. Jan Brewer last year, but there's noShow More Summary
Arizona’s new Republican governor, Doug Ducey, sure is in a hurry to undo all the socialism the state’s previous radical liberal Marxist Obama-lovin’ governor, Jan “Judas” Brewer, did when she was still in charge of the place. Read more on Arizona Wants To Help The Poors By Taking Away Their Medicaid…
Prior to the November election, former Governor Jan Brewer directed a number of state agencies, commissions, and boards to prepare reports for the incoming governor and his administration. The transition documents describe not only a...Show More Summary
On Thursday, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer asked the Supreme Court to stay a ruling that would force the state to issue driver's licenses beginning next Tuesday to DREAMers who received temporary amnesty under President Barack Obama's 2012 unilateral Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Show More Summary
Two weeks ago, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed an Executive Order to create the "Governor's Office of Faith and Community Partnerships." She did something similar in 2010, but this newer order includes some changes:The role is described...Show More Summary
Yesterday, state treasurer Doug Ducey won the GOP nomination for governor to replace Jan Brewer in Arizona. Brewer was one of eight GOP governors who accepted the expansion of Medicaid, something Ducey had opposed. Ducey’s comments on the subject are vague at; when asked whether he’d repeal the expansion, he bobs and weaves. And it […]
By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - Arizona state treasurer and businessman Doug Ducey took a comfortable lead in the race to be the Republican nominee to replace outgoing Governor Jan Brewer, who has repeatedly clashed with the Obama administration over illegal immigration. Show More Summary
As President Barack Obama threatens more executive orders on amnesty for illegal immigrants, Arizona Republican Governor Jan Brewer told Breitbart News, “We don’t want an imperial president dictating what we will do in our state.” Brewer,...Show More Summary
Governor Jan Brewer is calling for an investigation in the botched execution of an Arizona death row inmate earlier this week. Joseph Rudolph Wood was scheduled to be executed on Wednesday for the double murder of 29-year-old Debbie Dietz and 55-year-old Gene Dietz in 1989. The method of execution was lethal injection, meaning Wood would
Senator John McCain weighed in today on the disturbing two-hour execution of an Arizona inmate yesterday, in which Joseph Wood was reportedly gasping for an hour. Governor Jan Brewer ordered a full review, but McCain said today that what happened to Wood was unquestionably torture.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer issued a statement tonight on the botched execution that left a death-row inmate reportedly gasping for air for almost two hours before he finally died. Brewer ordered a full review of the execution process in reaction to these reports of Joseph Wood's execution.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer said federal officials confirmed during a Tuesday conference call that illegal immigrant children are being released to adults or "sponsors" whose identities the federal government often cannot verify. The...Show More Summary