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AZ daily’s pity party for “unauthorized immigrants”

Border situation has reached crisis proportions as hundreds of thousands arrive, demand and infect With its last gasps, the dying Periódico de la República de Arizona (The Arizona Republic), passing itself off as a newspaper, features an article that places the warping of language on full display. The premise concerns difficulties faced by Arizona high [...]

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Scottsdale woman’s obit makes strangers miss her

Following her family’s words of love and praise for a Valley woman whose celebration of life and memorial service information was printed in the local newspaper, came this request: “In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Arthritis Foundation, Phoenix Children’s Hospital or, if the spirit moves you, the re-elect Donald Trump 2020 [...]

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George Will proves libertarians are not conservative

In his dotage, Will alters position on open borders and illegal invasion After suffering through Jeff Flake’s political machinations far too long, Arizonans are ahead of the game when it comes to discerning the difference between libertarians posing as Republicans and conservatives. Libertarians are epitomized by opposition to what they perceive as government interference into [...]

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Trump derangement syndrome personified by Jon Gabriel 

As an occasional guest stand-in for conservative talk show host Seth Leibsohn on KKNT, 960 AM, Jon Gabriel is a thinly guised pretender. This article, with the hard copy title of, “Why Trump may be our new normal,” effectively exposes his subterfuge. In his “guest column,” in the Daily Insult, the dying local newspaper, Gabriel [...]

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AZ Gov. Ducey’s selective $alary hike$: lawmakers off his radar

Charitable with other people’s money — Arizona taxpayer’s, to be exact — Gov. Doug Ducey was unconstrained as he awarded generous salary increases, along with hefty bonuses, to his staff and administration appointees in 2016. The substantial pay hikes were extended to nearly four dozen state employees. Ducey was equally magnanimous as he caved to [...]

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How do Phx’ lower property taxes = higher tax rate?

Taxpayers get creative trickery, mathematical magic There’s more than a bit of sleight of hand passing as news in the local disseminator of left-wing skew pretending it’s still a newspaper. On the auction block again, the failing Hillary-endorsing Arizona Republic’s days are numbered. Reporters have been replaced by ASU Cronkite J school students. Actual journalists [...]

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Pres. Trump’s tariffs work; Mexico deals

There’s a lot to be said for having a businessman in the White House Donald J. Trump Verified account @realDonaldTrump I am pleased to inform you that The United States of America has reached a signed agreement with Mexico. The Tariffs scheduled to be implemented by the U.S. on Monday, against Mexico, are hereby indefinitely [...]

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Montini feigns ire when McSally is called out for disloyalty

Earlier this week SRAZ posted, “Memo to McSally: Thrashing Trump is key to failure,” calling out Sen. Martha McSally for her lack of fealty to our Republican President, Donald Trump.  We also reminded her of her loss to far-left Democrat Kyrsten Sinema necessitating her appointment to the seat she currently, albeit precariously, holds. Our post [...]

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JD RADIO Fri. June 7: Weekends Begin Tomorrow…as in WBT!! 

Get a head start on your weekend, as JD Hayworth again guest hosts for John Hancock on Friday, June 7…Airtime: Noon-3pm, AZ Time. Listen live at wbt.radio.com

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75th D-Day Anniversary: A crucial history lesson

“Why the world can thank American exceptionalism for successful D-Day,” by Bob McManus, presents a riveting overview of the lead up to the June 6, 1944 Normandy invasion and what transpired in its wake. Unfortunately, it’s a good bet today’s students aren’t being taught this essential history. Climate change and recycling have replaced American exceptionalism [...]

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