STRANGE SPENDING PRIORITIES

The Catholic Church was quick to condemn President Obama’s repeal of an executive order that prevented our tax dollars from paying for overseas abortions. Whether you are pro-life or not — given the state of our economy, and the size of our national debt...

LISA JAMES FOR CHAIRMAN

Tomorrow the Arizona Republican Party will select a new chairman. My wife Tracy and I are supporting our friend, Lisa James, for this important post. We are proud to join staunch conservatives like Sen. Jon Kyl, Rep. Jeff Flake and John Shadegg, Treasurer Dean Martin,...

SO CLOSE AND YET SO FAR

Today is a sad day — the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, an unwarranted Supreme Court intrusion into the rights of the people to protect innocent human life that opened the floodgates to the loss of millions of lives. Those of us who are continuing to make the...

THE PROOF IS IN THE PARDON

I have not written or spoken about illegal immigration much lately because I have not wanted to add fuel to a fire that has threatened to destroy our Party. But at the risk — no the certainty — of making both sides angry, I am going to tell you what I...

THE WIND (CHILLS) OF CHANGE

I noticed that the temperature for the Inauguration in Washington D.C. will be 18 degrees. And then I saw tomorrow’s weather forecast for Phoenix, with an expected high of 81 degrees. At the same time as our temperatures are contrasted, so are our fortunes. Our...

PRESIDENT BUSH’S CONSERVATIVE LEGACY

I don’t really care about the political left or the media. They’ve been attacking President Bush and distorting his record for eight years, and they’re not going to stop now. Yet he has consistently responded with class, grace and civility. I do have...

CONGRATULATIONS KEN BENNETT!

Congratulations to former Senate President Ken Bennett of Prescott on today’s announcement by soon-to-be Governor Jan Brewer that she will appoint Bennett to replace her as Secretary of State. Bennett is not only a principled conservative, but a man of integrity...

TWITTERPATED

“Twitterpated” is the definition of infatuation famously offered up in Bambi in 1942. I’m not sure I’m infatuated yet, but Twitter is becoming a new mechanism for connecting with others and even for political activism, as signified by a new...

BAILOUT MADNESS

Once the government started throwing money around, supposedly to head off a recession, the line started getting pretty long. Why? Because in an economic downturn everybody gets hurt. So it started with banks and a big insurance company, then it spread to the auto...

PEACH COBBLER YOU CAN BELIEVE IN

For those of us who are already concerned about whether the rapidity of Barack Obama’s rise has prepared him to be Commander in Chief, this video won’t provide any comfort. Just one month before we were hit on 9-11 — which was really not that long...
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