Video: Mitt Romney Getting His Dance on at ASU

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How can anyone say Arizona State University isn't a party school when there's a former Republican presidential candidate there dancing "Gangam Style"?

We told you last week that Mitt Romney would be at ASU over the weekend for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' "Young Single Adult" (YSA) conference, and it looks like the most exciting part was this lousy video clip of Romney dancing.

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David Cavazos, Former Phoenix City Manager, Is Under Fire in California for Inflated Income

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Former Phoenix City Manager David Cavazos is under fire in Santa Ana, California, for raking in a nearly $800,000 salary on the backs of taxpayers in California and Arizona.

And when a local television reporter for a CBS affiliate tried to interview him about his outrageous income, which includes perks and pension payments, he sped away in his city-owned car.

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Former Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon and His Maybe/Maybe Not Mayoral Run

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We may have to change our mind about not wanting Phil Gordon to make another run for mayor of Phoenix.

It's just too much fun to poke fun of him.

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Councilman Michael Johnson and Former Councilwoman Peggy Neely Launch Firm

Phoenix Councilman Michael Johnson, who is barred from seeking re-election because of city-imposed term limits, has already made plans for his post-council days.

He and former Councilwoman Peggy Neely are linking their political-connected circles to start a consulting firm dubbed Johnson-Neely Public Strategies.

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Cat-Lovers Protest Outside Home of Accused Cat-Murderer

Dobson Woods Cat Murderer info via Facebook
Actual sign taped to light pole in Mesa last year.

If Scott Graham is responsible for all the missing cats in a Mesa neighborhood, then it's safe to say that he messed the wrong people's cats.

Now that Graham was sentenced to house arrest in the case -- which involved the murders of up to 40 cats -- people are protesting outside his home.

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Gavin Macfarlane Sentenced to State Hospital for 2010 Strip-Club Murders

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Adam Cooley (pictured) was one of two victims shot to death on December 26, 2010, by Gavin Macfarlane.
Gavin Macfarlane, the gunman who opened fire at a Phoenix strip club in 2010, leaving two dead and two others injured, will spend the rest of his life behind bars.

Unless, that is, the Psychiatric Security Review Board at the Arizona State Hospital someday finds that his mental illness is in remission and he probably won't hurt anyone else. If that happens, he'll be freed, says the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.

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Ben Quayle Got a Job

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Ben Quayle and wife Tiffany.

Despite (false) claims that Obamacare killed all the available jobs, in addition to burdensome government regulations and red tape, former Republican Congressman Ben Quayle has found gainful employment.

Quayle has joined the Clark Hill PLC law firm and will be the "Senior Director in the firm's Government and Public Affairs Group," according to the firm, which sounds a lot like "lobbyist."

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Channing Trotter, Ex-UNLV Running Back, Caught With Weed, Heroin, and Gun, Cops Say

Channing Trotter
Channing Trotter, a former running back at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, was pulled over in Mesa yesterday after leaving what police describe as a "known drug house."

According to court documents obtained by New Times, Trotter was arrested for the second time this year after police found marijuana, heroin, "several drug pipes," syringes, and a handgun inside his vehicle.

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Jessica Florez, Former Phoenix City Councilwoman, Dies in Scottsdale Over the Weekend

Jessica Florez
One month shy of her 40th birthday, former Phoenix City Councilwoman Jessica Florez died in Scottsdale on June 1.

Although she reportedly died in her sleep, her cause of death has not been disclosed. The Maricopa County Medical Examiner's Office says the death investigation remains open, and can not yet release any information.

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Susan Brock's on Her Best Behavior in Prison -- One Year Without a Disciplinary Infraction

Susan Brock has been an angel in prison for about a year.
Susan Brock, the estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, apparently has been on her best behavior in prison.

A few weeks ago, Brock officially made it one full year without a disciplinary infraction, since being found guilty of the world's lamest prison disciplinary infraction in late August 2011.

See also:
-Brocked Up: Supervisor Fulton Brock Attempted to Cover Up the Sexual Liaisons Between His Wife, Daughter and a Teenage Boy
-Susan Brock's Prison Disciplinary Infraction: it Involves a Bathroom

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