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Commissioner Bob Stump – Super Hero Fighting For Truth, Justice & Ratepayers

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Gotta love Arizona Corporation Commissioner Bob Stump! He’s been through hell and back battling against the leftist faux watchdog group, Checks & Balances. The left-wing villains in this group have launched attack after attack against Stump only to be rejected over and over again by a Superior Court Judge. The same group has attacked the Arizona Attorney General, […]

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Renaissance Commissioner

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Making Energy Policy in A Key State Steve Mitnick, with Bob Stump  PUF 2.0 – September 15, 2017 PUF’s Steve Mitnick: What are you doing these days, other than recovering from your time on the Arizona Corporation Commission? Bob Stump: Given the dramas involving net metering that have enlivened the Commission over the past few years, recovering is […]

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The Left’s Telling Attacks On Trump’s Praise of the Symphony Photo of Bob Stump BOB STUMP

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BOB STUMP Former member, Arizona House of Representatives 11:59 PM 07/11/2017 Just when it appears that the progressive imagination in America has reached the outer limits of parody, the Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart ups the ante. Capehart, never at a loss for eloquence, complained Thursday of “an off-beat cymbal in [Trump’s] rhetorical sis-boom-bah in ‘defense of [Western] civilization […]

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Bob Stump running for Trent Franks’ U.S. House seat and against the ‘deep state’

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By Mike Sunnucks  –  Senior Reporter, Phoenix Business Journal Bob Stump — a Republican who served on the Arizona Corporation Commission and in the Arizona Legislature ­— is running for Congress after U.S. Rep. Trent Franks resigned last week after approaching female staffers about becoming a surrogate mom. The Republican promised to go after so-called “deep state” interests. […]

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Our Therapeutic Ethos And The Campaign Against ‘Stigmatizing’ Sex Offenders

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BOB STUMP Former member, Arizona House of Representatives 7:06 PM 01/22/2015 America’s legions of unsung, largely unknown regulatory boards naturally reflect public opinion and the culture. What passed for enlightened debate among the members of one such board last Friday is reflective of our increasingly therapeutic ethos. And it suggests that the common-sense assumptions about […]