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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
Senator John McCain, already a shoo-in for re-election to his senate seat, redeemed his reputation with Arizona Tea Party members by throwing his considerable political weight behind two unexpectedly strong conservative candidates who are within striking distance of taking two … Continue reading
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
Washington Examiner columnist Linda Chavez bemoans John McCain’s campaign tactics which mean the Arizona senator will no longer be a leader in the overhaul of the nation’s “broken immigration” system. Those of us who, like Chavez, believe the … Continue reading
There is never enough space to report everything that is said and done at political events. Thanks to my friends at Human Events, the favorite Washington newspaper of President Ronald Reagan, some of what was said and seen at … Continue reading
More to come later after I recover from the heat and sunburn of Sunday’s border rally, but I did stop by the old office and a sarsaparilla at Big Nose Kates.