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Gov. Ducey’s magical “fee” is actually a tax

Teacher pay hikes that “wouldn’t raise taxes,” find their funding source: YOU Remember when Gov. Doug Ducey, vowed he would not be held hostage to teachers’ demands for a 20% pay hike, and then acquiesced, though promising no tax increases would be needed to fund their excessive demands for their part-time jobs? Surprise! Beginning Jan. [...]

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Outrage over speech? Why Rep. Stringer and not McCain?

David Stringer, a GOP State Representative from Prescott is accused of making racially obtuse, cringe-worthy remarks that have resulted in him being stripped of his vice-chairmanship position on the House Judiciary Committee and his seat on the House Education Committee. The Prescott City Council interjected itself into the matter, toothlessly voting 6-1 that Stringer should [...]

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Higher education reaches its nadir*

Illegal invaders now charity recipients, courtesy of Berkeley Gone are the days when a university degree was indicative of attaining a higher education. Nurtured in a curriculum of liberal indoctrination from the earliest grades, students are pawns in an ideological crusade. This appalling example from Edina, Minnesota is not an anomaly, but is reflective of [...]

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Lazy AZ voters willingly vote away their right to vote

 Coconino County: Voting is such a wearying process it deserves to be ditched In the wake of Arizona’s leftist unionist teachers, led by a 24-year- old, self-avowed socialist veering the November elections into the Democrat column, it was easy to miss this strange election phenomenon.  First, a bit of background: In 1974 Arizona voters approved a [...]

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Michele Reagan: New P/T gig requires black attire

After a series of blunders, Michele Reagan recently lost her election for a second term as Arizona Secretary of State. The position, known as “a heart beat away from the governor’s office,” has frequently been the line of succession since Arizona has no Lieutenant Governor. The base salary is $70,000. But never fear. She won’t [...]

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AZ GOP chairman’s race, rehab of RINO Brophy McGee linked

AZ GOP in desperate need of new leadership The Hillary Clinton endorsing Arizona Republic is going to great lengths to give a warm and fuzzy embrace to Kate Brophy McGee, the type of Republican the left-wing newspaper can tolerate. She was recently given prominent coverage including an oversized photo, on Page One of the Valley [...]

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Jeff Flake’s new career move revealed

The Arizona Daily Independent (ADI) newspaper has used SRA’s sobering recent post, titled, “Narcissist Jeff Flake continues to scam Republicans,” as a basis for its spot-on Sunday Comic. The clever cartoon is an illustration masterpiece, guaranteed to elicit a much needed weekend chuckle on the heels of lame-duck Flake’s destructive temper tantrums. Seeing Red AZ [...]

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Pres. Bush “41” dies in Texas at age 94

June 12, 1924   – November 30, 2018 The Houston Chronicle reports on the life and political history of George H. W. Bush, a single term Republican president. Many remember him dooming his second term presidential aspirations with this now famous 1988 statement: “Read my lips, no new taxes!” It was a pledge he reneged on [...]

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Narcissist Jeff Flake continues to scam Republicans

Though nearly out the senate door due to embarrassing 18% approval ratings in his home state —- precluding even an arrogant egotist like the aptly named Flake from seeking reelection —- he nevertheless continues to act like a petulant child. By Spring of 2017, he was unable to garner enough supporters to fill a small [...]

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Tear gas? Dem hypocrisy, double standard, exposed

The mainstream media would have us believe that President Trump is nothing short of a demonic ogre for allowing tear gas to be used at the border to inhibit rock and bottle throwing illegal aliens from storming our sovereign border. What a bad guy!  What a corrupt administration! Yet according to data from the Department [...]

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