Today’s Videos: Goddard, Gosar, Quayle

Terry Goddard on the investigation by Attorney General Tom Horne. Goddard’s comments should make your blood boil! Thank God he was not elected Governor!

Mitt Romney in Sun Lakes:

Rep. Gosar discussing the economic impact H.R. 1904, the Congressman’s jobs bill, would have in the Copper Corridor.

The Subcommittee on Water and Power today held a legislative hearing on H.R. 2842, the “Bureau of Reclamation Small Conduit Hydropower Development and Rural Jobs Act of 2011,” introduced by Rep. Scott Tipton (CO-03) and cosponsored by Rep. Paul Gosar (AZ-01). The legislation streamlines burdensome red tape and reduces administrative costs for the installation of increased small canal and pipeline hydropower development projects.

Congressman Quayle reporting on the YouCut program:


  1. Now Shane, how could anything Goddard said in that interview make your blood boil? Goddard’s criticisms were reasonable, gentlemanly. They didn’t get into this, but Horne is seriously conflicted as the AG’s office represented the AIRC for several months this year. As I point out in my column this week, Stertz and Goddard had at least one ex parte communication prior to the investigation, maybe more. And Horne sat in on Stertz’s interview with the AG’s office, directing the whole matter. Essentially, Horne is investigating a recent client. If there’s something to the allegations, why not conflict the investigation out? Can anyone say “Andy Thomas”?

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