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VIDEO: Wrongly Imprisoned Former Rep. Rick Renzi Tells His Story

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Facts, Not Myths Back National Popular Vote’s Surge in Popularity

Ronald Reagan was reportedly fond of referencing the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Monahan’s admonition, “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.” Today, that would most particularly include opponents of the growing drive to enact the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, which would award 270 electoral votes and the presidency [...]

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State Bar Mandatory Unions for Attorneys are Finally Being Dismantled

An effort started a few years ago to eliminate the unionlike, mandatory nature of state bars. These associations have become increasingly politicized, spending members’ dues for partisan purposes that always go against Republicans. This is illegal, since the 1990 Supreme Court decision Keller v. State Bar of California decision held that mandatory members of state [...]

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Arizona Governor’s Office Was Warned About State Vendor Who Allowed Woman in Vegetative State to Be Raped and Get Pregnant

Hacienda Healthcare of Arizona is under local and national fire after a San Carlos Apache womanin a vegetative state gave birth to a child a couple of days after Christmas. Hacienda Healthcare CEO Bill Timmons resigned a week ago after the major scandal was unveiled due to a frantic 911 call and a healthcare whistleblower. [...]

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AZGOP raised less in 2017-18 cycle from individual donors than any cycle in almost a decade

This is a sign Republicans have lost trust in the Arizona Republican Party’s leadership. It can be directly traced to why Arizona Republicans lost a U.S. Senate seat, secretary of state and superintendent of schools. The state is turning purple under current leadership. It is time for new blood. The numbers don’t lie. Kelli Ward [...]

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Fifth Graders at Arizona School Provided Shocking Adult Transgender and Gay Curriculum

2.6K37 By RACHEL ALEXANDER Published on December 19, 2018 • 28 Comments Rachel Alexander You spend $20,000 annually on tuition for your child to ensure he receives a top education. You choose a private school to escape the indoctrination and political correctness the public schools foist on students. Now, you’re sure, things are great. Then your expensive private school pushes [...]

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Piling on Racism Accusations to Take Down a Conservative State Legislator

The left has a bad habit of labeling conservatives racist merely for being politically incorrect. Whereas when someone on the left actuallyisracist, they get a free pass. Hillary Clinton recently joked about how a woman interviewing her confused the two black men Eric Holder and Cory Booker. “Yeah, I know they all look alike," Clinton laughed. Most [...]

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Maricopa County Treasurer calls to dismantle the mandatory Arizona State Bar

MARICOPA COUNTY TREASURER’S OFFICE Royce T. Flora – Treasurer P R E S S  R E L E A S E December 3, 2018 COUNTY TREASURER COMMENTS ON STATE BAR OF ARIZONA After a disappointing, but not surprising, response from the State Bar of Arizona regarding a formal complaint against an Arizona attorney, Maricopa County [...]

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Dr. Kelli Ward announces run for Chairman of Arizona Republican Party

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Zachery Henry  Monday, Nov. 26, 2018 press@kelliward.com  Ward: “It’s time to unite the Arizona Republican Party to win big in 2020”  Lake Havasu City, AZ – Dr. Kelli Ward, an osteopathic physician and former state senator from Lake Havasu, today announced her candidacy for chairman of the Arizona Republican Party:  “The [...]

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How My Case Almost Made It to the Supreme Court

Sometimes life is not fair. My nine-plus years of legal wrangling over my license to practice law has finally ended. The Supreme Court declined to hear my case. It’s been a long haul, entailing doing most of the legal work myself, along with my co-plaintiff. My health and finances may never recover. A Casualty I [...]

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