Arizonan journalist says she was fired for speaking out against Trump

  • September 7, 2021

AZ – A local journalist has been fired after she published an op-ed criticizing President Donald Trump and the Arizona legislature, her employer said on Friday. 

“I am devastated,” said Maria Rosales, who works for the Tucson-based Phoenix New Times. 

Rosales is the second journalist to be fired in the state in the past month, after her boss at the Phoenix-based The Arizona Republic was fired in July. 

The firing comes as more and more Arizona politicians are expressing their opposition to Trump, who has vowed to push through sweeping changes to the state’s health care system and immigration policies. 

Last month, the Arizona Senate passed a measure that would force the state to enact a new health care plan and impose stricter border security measures. 

On Friday, the Republican-controlled Senate voted to pass the legislation. 

As the Arizona Republic’s editorial board pointed out in its editorial, the measure could have the effect of shutting down all but a handful of hospitals and clinics in the State. 

In a letter to Rosales last month, she called the legislation “a far-reaching, costly, and unnecessary undertaking that would likely cause untold damage to the health care and safety of Arizonans, particularly our elderly and disabled citizens.”

Rosales’ firing comes a day after the Arizona State Board of Health voted to suspend the licenses of five current and former health care workers in the health insurance marketplace, citing “misleading and false advertising” on the health plans.

Why is the luxury business magazine Romania so good?

  • July 8, 2021

Romanian luxury magazine is so good it has become the most popular luxury magazine in the world.

It is a luxury brand of luxury products, like handbags, shoes and jewellery.

The magazine is based in Rome, and is owned by a family of Russian businessmen.

It has a circulation of 300,000, and the brand is now the third largest luxury brand in the US, after Calvin Klein and Gucci.

The company was founded in 2002 and is a joint venture between the Russian-based Russian family and the American company Louis Vuitton.

The Russian business family also owns the English-language newspaper The Times of London, which was founded by the same family in 2002.

“Louis Vuitton is a very rich family, but we don’t own the Times of UK, we own the whole thing,” said Dmitry Bishkevich, a partner at the law firm Bishkov, Blokhin and Company in London.

Bishki, who has previously represented several luxury brands, said he believes Romanians are “totally devoted to luxury.”

“We are the people who invented the word ‘luxury’ and we’re the people of fashion,” Bishko said.

“They say it’s not about fashion but about the clothes.”

The Romanic language is spoken in about 40 countries, but it is widely used in Europe, Asia and North America.

The first magazine in Roman, in the Czech Republic, was published in 2005.

The name of the magazine comes from the Roman language, which means “golden rule.”

It was translated into English and published by American publishing house HarperCollins in 2014.

It sold out in its first week, according to Forbes magazine, and was the first English-speaking magazine to do so.

“In the early days, Roman was just a small country,” Biskenko said.

The Romenian fashion business is not a small one, however.

In 2008, the Russian oligarch Dmitry Medvedev purchased the publishing rights to the English language newspaper The New York Times, which is owned jointly by the family of the late Russian leader Boris Yeltsin.

Medvedv has been involved in business since he was a teenager, and has a stake in the country’s most popular fashion company, R&G.

“It is the same as buying a publishing company and turning it into a business,” Bispol, the New York-based fashion journalist, said of Medvedsv’s investment.

“But you’re not going to buy a publishing house that makes a big profit.”