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Steve Smith Threw President Trump’s Wall Under The BUS

As the Republican Primary heats up in Arizona’s 1st Congressional District, so does the research and articles on candidates. This piece on Steve Smith was recently published on US4Trump.com: In the Republican primary race to defeat Democrat incumbent Tom O’Halleran in Arizona’s 1st Congressional district, there are two contenders. Steve Smith, who is against President [...]

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Wendy Rogers: Send Walt Blackman to the State House

Rarely do I get the opportunity to recommend a fellow retired career military veteran to the Arizona state legislature. Retired Army First Sergeant Walter Blackman served our nation on active duty for 23 years with distinction. I am honored to support this America-loving solid conservative to help him serve his nation again. My husband and [...]

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Steve Smith’s Campaign Attacks, Associations Demonstrate Hypocrisy

By Nelli Zard Activists and Trump supporters reacted with dismay this week when politician and youth talent agency director Steve Smith posted an anonymous blog post on his Facebook page, casting aspersions on one of his primary opponents in Arizona’s 1st Congressional district. That a candidate for United States Congress would post a poorly written, unsourced [...]

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The Wall – An Arizona Republic / USA Today Special Screening Documentary Coming to Phoenix in July

The Wall, a documentary created and produced by the Arizona Republic and the USA Today Network, will provide a screening on July 16-18th in Scottsdale at the Harkins Theaters in Scottsdale. This 80-minute documentary summary states: “With rare footage from some of the most remote reaches of the U.S., “The Wall” explores the impact, reveals unknown [...]

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Statement by Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio on Sale of Phoenix Sheraton

Phoenix is closing on the downtown Sheraton sale, remember that the real loss to taxpayers is $200 Million. This is the final, sad chapter in an orgy of corporate welfare and insider dealing that has cost the citizens of Phoenix far more than anyone at City Hall will admit. Inept staff who insisted on making [...]

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DATA ORBITAL NEW SURVEY: Immigration a Key Issue for Arizona GOP Primary Voters

Phoenix, AZ (June 28, 2018) – Data Orbital has announced additional results from the latest statewide survey of Arizona’s likely GOP primary election voters. The survey focused on what the key issues are for likely voters in statewide races. Data Orbital commissioned this poll beginning Tuesday, June 19th and ending on Thursday, June 21st. These results are broken down [...]

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Senator Bob Worsley: Why I’m Leaving Political Office

Monday, June 18, Arizona State Senator Bob Worsley, Republican from LD-25, announced he will not seek re-election exiting political office at the end of his term. Senator Worsley released the following guest opinion: Sen. Bob Worsley After six years in the Arizona Senate, I will not seek re-election. Public office was never a position I [...]

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Bernie Sanders’ Socialist Movement Using #RedForEd In Arizona

By Ed Freedom Public opinion has always held teachers in high regard. Teaching is a noble profession. All of us have had good teachers and bad teachers just as there have always been good and bad actors in every industry. It seems reasonable for teachers to take a pay cut when recessions hit, revenues are down [...]

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Big Spender Ken Bennett Says He Doesn’t Care About the GOP

By Rogue Juan Ken Bennett recently announced he will seek the Republican nomination for Governor of Arizona in 2018. Besides the fact that Ken Bennett is a bland and boring man who took 4th place in a run for Governor in 2014, he really isn’t a conservative. Bennett was the Senate President during Governor Janet [...]

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Goldwater Institute: Who Is Really Responsible for Teacher Pay?

by Matthew Simon West Virginia, Oklahoma, Kentucky, and Arizona have all been mired in a teacher pay debate, but one question is rarely asked or answered: Who is really responsible for teacher pay? In states across the country, the clamoring for increased pay has been well-coordinated, and the demands are costly. Teachers in West Virginia [...]

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