Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio Reflects on Time in Office, Praises Sheriff Penzone for Displaying Exceptional Character

PHOENIX, Arizona – Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio recently opened up about his time in office, his future political aspirations, and his respect for outgoing Sheriff Paul Penzone. Arpaio, known for his controversial policies, spoke highly of Penzone and praised his character, despite their policy disagreements. During a candid interview, Arpaio shared his admiration for Penzone, the only politician from the Maricopa County government who attended Arpaio’s late wife’s funeral. Arpaio acknowledged their differences in policy but emphasized his respect for Penzone’s character. Arpaio, who served as Maricopa County Sheriff from 1993 to 2016, … Read more

UFC President Stands with Attacked Las Vegas Judge, Praises Her Resilience in Viral Video

Las Vegas, Nevada – A judge in Las Vegas received support from UFC president after being attacked by a convict in her own courtroom. The incident gained attention after a viral video captured the moment when Deobra Redden leaped over the bench and assaulted Clark County District Court Judge Mary Kay Holthus during his sentencing. Despite the attack, Judge Holthus returned to her duties and was commended for her resilience. UFC president and CEO Dana White expressed his support for Judge Holthus in an Instagram post. The picture, featuring the two of them together, was … Read more

Library Advocacy Group Drops Lawsuit Against County Officials, Praises Recent Transparency Efforts

Towanda, Pennsylvania – The Friends of the Bradford County Library, a library advocacy nonprofit, has decided to drop their lawsuit against the Bradford County Commissioners and the Library Advisory Committee. The lawsuit accused county officials of violating the Pennsylvania Sunshine Act by holding meetings that were not open to the public. The Pennsylvania Sunshine Act requires public officials to conduct most meetings in an open and public environment. According to court documents, the lawsuit alleged that the Library Advisory Committee had formally announced that their meetings would not be open to the public and would … Read more