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Arizona Republic Endorses Mitt Romney

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The usually left leaning Arizona Republic today boldly announced its endorsement of Mitt Romney for President. Citing a desperate need for job creation, managed debt and a need for true health care reform the editorial staff of the Republic carefully explained desire to see the United States return to the super power of which it is capable. From the Republic: ...

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A Good Samaritan VS The City


Are you familiar with NIMBY? It’s the ‘Not in My Back Yard’ syndrome that can affect us all. Residents will hear about a fantastic altruistic plan to help others and are all for it…until they see it will be across the street from them. Suddenly, NIMBY takes over as they try to gather neighbors in an effort to stop the ...

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Arizona Governor Jan Brewer Signs Executive Order Denying Public Funded Benefits to Young Illegal Immigrants

On Wednesday, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer ordered her state government agencies to deny drivers licenses and other public benefits to young illegal immigrants who obtain work permits under the new Obama Administration policy. In the executive order, she was reaffirming the current Arizona law that denies taxpayer-funded public benefits and state identification to illegal immigrants. Young illegal immigrants around the ...

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Twins Born at 23 Weeks Home as AZ Defends Prohibiting 20 Week Abortion


After an unexpected critical health issue Arizona twins were born by cesarean section at only 23 weeks. The twin boys, called miracle babies, by staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center survived difficult challenges, including surgeries, blood transfusions and months in the Nursery Intensive Care Unit. The boys, now three months old, are home with their parents, and weigh ...

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Arizona AFB Will Become Training Base for F-35

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The U.S. Air Force and Department of Defense announced today that Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, Arizona will serve as the new training base for the F-35A Lightening II. In a joint statement Arizona Senators McCain and Kyl wrote: “This is a proud day for the State of Arizona. We are pleased with the Air Force’s decision to station ...

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AZ Rep David Schweirkert: Why I’m Pro Life


There are many conservative politicians who are pro-life; who believe that life begins at conception. But this Arizona Congressman truly lives because of a decision made by his birth mother.     Want to read the whole story? Visit David Schweikert’s website.

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Roadside Amnesty in AZ

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Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu posted about the new ICE policy in Arizona. He describes an incident from June 27, 2012: At 4:45 p.m. one of my deputies stopped a vehicle on a traffic stop after he observed it speeding at 85 mph in a 35 mph zone near Merrill Ranch Parkway on Felix Road. The vehicle also unsafely passed ...

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GOP Congressman: Fighting For The Constitution Is A Losing Battle


H/T Western Journalism Republican Rep. Paul Gosar (Arizona Dist. 1) proves there really is no difference between the left and the right. Republican politicians are the same as Democrat politicians. They are spitting all over The Constitution. We are allowing these “elected officials” to give our country away. YouTube Description: What happens when a Republican Congressman tells Conservative Activists that ...

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Is Arizona Being Punished?

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Is Arizona being chastised by this administration? Just minutes after the Supreme Court ruling that upheld the right of law enforcement to check citizenship on detained individuals the White House issued a bold statement. The Department of Homeland Security would suspend existing agreements with Arizona police and would stop responding to most of Arizona law enforcement calls related to illegal ...

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Teen Stands Ground. Saves Family.

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An Arizona 14 year boy shoots and seriously wounds an intruder to his home. The teen was watching his younger siblings when a woman first rang the door bell, then began pounding on the door. He realized something was not right and ran upstairs where a gun was stored. As he returned a male intruder kicked down the door and ...

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Forest Fires: Can We Lessen Damage?

It’s only mid-May and Arizona already has several raging forest fires. In less than a week and involving more than 1,700 firefighters the five fires have already cost $5 Million. Fighting wildfires in rugged Arizona is fraught with danger. Hot Shot crews in the Crown King area are contending with hidden mine shafts from prospecting days. The fires awaken hostile ...

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Is the Arizona immigration law unconstitutional?

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Since the Supreme Court just finished hearing oral arguments in the case surrounding Arizona’s new immigration law, I figured now is a good time to repost a video I did a while back on that topic. Bottom line – is the Arizona immigration law unconstitutional?  No.  As long as it doesn’t conflict with federal immigration law.

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AZ – Where They Desecrate the Flag to Support Illegals

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I am not going to fly off on a tirade about this behavior. It does no good anyway. The people involved in these sorts of activities just take words against them, and spin the complaints so that the people pointing out how wrong they are end up looking like the bad guys. Instead, I am going to tell you all ...

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