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Newest Edition of the Arizona Political Report is Out.

Posted by on | September 2, 2014 | Comments Off

I think that you will enjoy the Latest Edition latest edition of the Arizona Political Report.  Frankly, it’s mailing late than I wanted to mail.  However that’s because I waited until the Primary was over before I started writing it.  Sure, I could have had it to you by Friday, but it would have reflected [...]

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Ruben The Great

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In 2007 a relative unknown named Michael Nowakowski decided to take on Congressman Pastor’s influence for the race to replace former Phoenix City Councilman Doug Lingner. Undoubtedly an intriguing candidate, few gave Nowakowski a chance against Laura Pastor, the Congressman’s daughter. He fared OK in the first round of voting, but finished well behind Pastor. [...]

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President Obama Says “We Don’t Have a Strategy” on ISIS, Except He Does

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“We don’t have a strategy yet” to deal with ISIS jihadists. That’s what President Obama announced to the world, including the terrorist army inflicting genocide on Christians in Iraq and Syria. The worst part is, President Obama does have a strategy.  He’s had one from the day he took office.  Apologize for America, appease the [...]

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Hickenlooper the Coward.

Posted by on | September 2, 2014 | No Comments

That’s not my assessment, although I certainly do agree with it (OK, so I guess that it is): it’s the assessment of Bob Crowell, father of a murder victim whose murderer might be given clemency if John Hickenlooper loses. No, seriously. “I think that’s the coward’s way out.” This story has been addressed on RedState [...]

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Boundless Grace Within the Bounds of Penitent Souls

Posted by on | September 2, 2014 | No Comments

These are two great quotes, thoughts from which might make it into my Sunday School lesson this Sunday. Walker Percy wrote this one a few decades ago. The Church can indeed change, has changed, might now or in the future change in its encounter with a particular culture, my own included. But I need not [...]

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Andrew Klavan: How To Speak Leftist

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The science is settled: Klavan is a racist, and I am offended.

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Gary Peters (D-MI) vs. The Michigan Economy

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Gary Peters, the Democrat candidate running to replace Carl Levin in the Senate, has decided to run on a campaign of ruining the Michigan Economy by destroying America’s manufacturing sector, especially the manufacture of automobiles: Michigan Senate candidate Gary Peters wants voters — and elected officials — to know one thing: you can’t talk about [...]

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Dead Reckoning

Posted by on | September 2, 2014 | No Comments

I got to be the guest on the first episode of this season’s “Dead Reckoning”. If you don’t know what that is, it is a web series by Dr. Brian Mattson centered around discussions of faith and culture. I got to be with Brian and J.R. Friesen. We talked about my post on faith and [...]

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Infographic: Chicago’s Crime Rate Drops When Illinois Relaxed Gun Control Laws

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It keeps on getting proved, over and over: More guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens = lower crime. How many more proofs do we need? Another one, courtesy of Heritage:

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BREAKING: American Journalist Steven Sotloff Beheaded By ISIS

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“I’m back, Obama, and I’m back because of your arrogant foreign policy towards the Islamic State.” – ISIS Terrorist in newly release execution video. Another American hostage, Steven Sotloff, has been beheaded by ISIS terrorists, and the video has been released online. Sotloff was captive with the same group that beheaded James Foley last month. [...]

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