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Florida, Arizona pick nominees for governor

 Voters cast ballots Tuesday in primary elections in Florida, Arizona and Vermont. Highlights: ___ TOP OF THE TICKET Democrats in Florida went with a former Republican as their nominee for governor. Well-funded Republican-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist was favored in his race against former state Sen. Nan Rich. Crist, who was Florida’s governor from 2007 until 2011, […] Continue reading →

Hidden Cameras Capture Smugglers Crossing Border ‘No-Man’s Land’

 “We have ceded to the cartels 20 miles, 30 miles inside the United States” TUCSON, Arizona – A cattle-ranching couple in southern Arizona hopes that dramatic hidden-camera video showing suspected drug or immigrant smugglers crossing their property will help persuade federal officials to shift resources southward to eliminate what they call a dangerous “no-man’s land” […] Continue reading →

Has John McCain Lost His Mind?

 In the August issue of Townhall Magazine, where this column originally appeared, RedState director Bryan Pruitt makes the case for why it’s far past time for Arizona Republicans to find a real conservative to represent their state. It seems that you can’t go a day lately without Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) appearing on television advocating […] Continue reading →

Don’t Botch Executions. End Them.

 Tonight Missouri is scheduled to kill the convicted murderer Michael Worthington the same way Arizona killed murderer Joseph Rudolph Wood last month: by lethal injection. Wood took two hours to die as he gasped for breath, by one account, “like a fish on shore gulping for air.” Arizona’s botched execution by lethal injection marked the […] Continue reading →

Unions, Administrators, and Public School Fraud

Jonathan Butcher  Last October, Rebecca Stolzberg was indicted on three felony and misdemeanor charges. Stolzberg, a finance administrator in Yavapai County, Arizona, created false invoices and spent nearly $20,000 of education funds meant for students on food and gift cards. Stolzberg’s theft is unfortunately not an isolated incident. The Arizona auditor general reports that over […] Continue reading →

Growing Chorus Charging Obama With Facilitating Immigrant Influx

Lawmakers and law enforcement agencies accuse admin. of deliberately weakening U.S. immigration law As the nation’s resources strain to accommodate the massive influx of illegal immigrants breaching the southern border from Central America, a great many believe the surge to be, not a sporadic “humanitarian crisis,” but a carefully concocted, premeditated plan, purposely set in […] Continue reading →

U.S. mayors to use nature to fight climate change

 Mayors from the GOP-dominated states of Texas and Arizona are calling on cities to use nature to fight the impacts of climate change, even while Republican governors and lawmakers repeatedly question the science that shows human-caused pollution contributes to global warming. As conservative governors criticize the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new rules designed to cut […] Continue reading →

Sights, smells of holding cells for immigrant kids

 Children’s faces pressed against glass. Hundreds of young boys and girls covered with aluminum foil-like blankets next to chain link fences topped with barbed wire. The pungent odor that comes with keeping people in close quarters. These were the scenes Wednesday from tours of crowded Border Patrol stations in South Texas and Arizona, where thousands […] Continue reading →

Cloward and Piven on the Border

Gerald Loeffers,  Hi! It’s me again… this time we’re going to look at this illegal child explosion happening on the border. Kids from Mexico and all over South America, are all of the sudden showing up at the Mexican/Arizona border in droves!!!! What do you think these people are telling the border patriol? “News stations […] Continue reading →