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Riggs mocked for staying fit, silence on Flake’s ego trip

“A tough guy for a tough job”

Gubernatorial candidate Frank Riggs’ latest campaign ad juxtaposes a few seconds of shots of the 62-year-old former U.S. 309 more words

Those Dems

21 dead dogs inconsequential as Flake connection gets cover-up

Sen. Jeff Flake’s son and daughter-in-law, Austin and Logan Flake, in charge of kennel when heat related deaths occurred, not even worthy of mention in Arizona Republic… 456 more words

Arizona Politics

How Do I Begin? 12.10.07

How do I begin?
What do I say?
If I was an artist, what would my background be?
How about a landscape with trees and peppermint clouds that you can taste before you see? 139 more words

Poetry

Americans join forces to push back against invasion

Amnesty politicians and dictatorial president need to hear America’s voice

Leo Hohmann of WND reports Hundreds of cities fight back against ‘invasion‘. His article includes a… 405 more words

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Bolick exposes “Shameless self-promotion?”

In a “My Turn” column in the daily newspaper, the Goldwater Institute’s Clint Bolick engages in a virtuous-sounding charade, expressing outrage over mailers sent to constituents by members of congress using the franking privilege. 391 more words

Arizona Politics

Campy Ken Bennett: Making all the wrong moves

Term limited Secretary of State Ken Bennett is one of the pack of six running in the Republican primary for governor. He’s generally regarded as a low-key guy better known for strumming his guitar and making budget presentations using Kleenex boxes, than for the time he served in the state senate from 1998 – 2007. 257 more words

News

Obama’s deplorable display of hilarity illustrates border disconnect

The adage that “a picture is worth a thousand words,” is twice as potent when viewing the President of the United States at a meeting with Texas Gov. 254 more words

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