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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?

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

Desecrated Flag

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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February 22nd CNN Republican Debate 8pm ET

Overview Tonight may be the last of the Republican presidential primary debates as Santorum, Romney and Paul declined to appear at the March 1st Georgia debate and MSNBC has cancelled its March 5th event. Santorum has been riding a huge swell of support and funding after his three state sweep almost two weeks ago. The former Senator is still leading ...

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Sheriff Babeu: Rising Star…or Shooting Star?

Top news story in Phoenix Friday surprised many. An investigative reporter for the Phoenix New Times revealed heretofore unpublished information about Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu. The report claimed two things: that Babeu is gay and that he threatened his former boyfriend with deportation, providing evidence of both. Local stories are not often of interest throughout the country but over ...

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Gay Arizona Sheriff Caught Lovin on an Illegal?

Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu resigned as Mitt Romney’s campaign co-chairman, and also came out of the closet to admit that yes, he is a homosexual on Saturday, in response to media charges that he threatened to use the power of his office to keep his lover from telling the world about their relationship. Many people may know Sheriff Babeu from his numerous appearances ...

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Gabrielle Giffords Releases Video Announcing Her Resignation

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords released a video on her YouTube website today announcing that she will be resigning from Congress this week. Her announcement comes almost one year to the day of the shooting, which is now one of the most tragic events in American history.

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Cain to Respond to Allred Allegations in Phoenix Press Conference

In response to the allegations made today by Gloria Allred, Mr. Cain will conduct a press conference on Tuesday, November 8th at the Scottsdale Plaza in Phoenix, Arizona at 3:00 pm local time. It is noteworthy that Gloria Allred is a celebrity lawyer who specializes in generating publicity for herself and her clients. Ms. Allred is a high-profile Democrat Party ...

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Public Invited to Community Day for NASA's Desert RATS Test

HOUSTON, Sept. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — For years, NASA’s Desert RATS – or Research And Technology Studies – team has been trekking to the Flagstaff, Ariz., area for its annual tests. This year the public can come see what they have been up to. Students and space fans young and old are invited to the Desert RATS Community Day from 1 – 4:30 p.m. ...

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Will Work For Food- I Guess

A 62-year-old Arizona man, Frank Ballesteros, “needs one little word” to help him out of his economic situation. The word is not “hope” or “God” or “patience”. Perhaps the word is  “j-o-b”? Well, think again. What Mr. Ballesteros says he needs is the word “three”. Frank would like for Arizona’s legislature to make  a “small word change, from ‘two’ to ‘three’ in its statutes” ...

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Loughner Deemed “Not Competent To Stand Trial”

You have absolutely GOT to be kidding me! I should have known. We have reached a point in our society where nothing makes sense anymore! Up is down, right is wrong, wrong is right, white is black, black is white…. and I could go on and on with analogies. However, that will get us nowhere, really. I try to be ...

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Teaparty Holds First National Conference in Phoenix

A coalition of representatives from some 3300 Teaparty and other activist groups held their first ever National Conference on Friday, Feb 26th in Phoenix, Arizona. Among the  noted speakers were Tim Pawlenty and Ron Paul. What is also noteworthy, were the missing Republicans, most of which had the weekend off . Invitations were sent out and pretty much ignored, and this shows us just ...

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U.S. Representative Giffords and Others Shot at Event

Today, tragedy struck Tuscon Arizona. A gunman shot a congresswoman in the head, seriously wounding her, and killed six other people in a shooting rampage at a public meeting in Tucson Saturday. – Reuters CDN  live-blog of the unfolding story here (newest information at the top): [liveblog]

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