By Mary Jo Pitzl | The Republic
It is not a misstatement to say the O’Connor House is the antithesis of mudslinging.
Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s former residence was moved to Tempe’s portion of Papago Park in 2009 to be a center of civil discourse on matters of public policy. It has hosted bipartisan legislative dinners and various speakers, all in the spirit of trying to air civic issues without descending into name-calling.
But on Friday, the 1950s-era adobe house was the epitome of mudslinging.