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Election Day is almost over

It is still too early to claim great gains for conservatives on this Election Day, but there appears to be some reason to feel encouraged. I arrived at my polling place, Precinct 20 in Pinal County, Arizona, around 3 p.m., to … Continue reading

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Rocket scientist vs Dumbest Democrat Evah

Stupidest. Democrat. EVAH! Posted on | October 1, 2010 | 5 Comments “Rarely have I ever disagreed with Ann Coulter, but her pronouncement that Patty Murray is “the stupidest person in America” was simply wrong. Of course, the stupidest person … Continue reading

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Time to fight a smarter war on drugs

This Washington Post story points to one of the major flaws in the United States’ war on drugs—law enforcement agents deeply involved in the smuggling business, and the enforcement agencies’ inability or refusal to crackdown on corrupt agents.  “La Estrella” … Continue reading

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What is the Tea Party about?

The Tea Party movement is portrayed as an angry mob of racist, ignorant white people … most often by people who have never been to a Tea Party rally or hold views contrary to the constitutional rights granted to our … Continue reading

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Link to my Arpaio lawsuit story at Human Events

Human Events ran my story Wednesday about last week’s federal lawsuit against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Arizona’s illegal immigration stance. Despite overwhelming national support for immigration law enforcement, Fedzilla’s attack continues. The U.S. Department of Justice and Department of Education … Continue reading

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Feds file more lawsuits against Sheriff Arpaio and colleges

Two of the seven lawsuits filed against Arizona over the immigration enforcement law SB 1070 have been dismissed by a federal judge. No standing to sue the state. Those suits were filed by individuals, but the federal government stepped right … Continue reading

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Border security does not require unmanned drones and high technology

A story in Tucson’s Arizona Daily Star details a court ruling overturning a conviction for littering against a member of a group placing water jugs in the desert for border crossers. More than 2,000 bodies of illegal immigrants, most, but … Continue reading

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