Monthly Archives: July 2017

Senate vote to proceed on Obamacare repeal ‘important first step’

FAIRFAX, VA—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement praising the U.S. Senate for voting to proceed to legislation that...

Cuts to anti-hunger programs would impact millions of Arizona residents

The House Budget Committee’s 2018 budget resolution is an all-out assault on struggling families in Arizona and across the country. The proposal combines huge...
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Thousands answer the call, but Red Cross blood shortage continues

Thousands of people have responded to the emergency call for blood and platelet donations issued by the American Red Cross in early July, but...

Pool party season winds down

SALT RIVER PIMA MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY – As Talking Stick Resort closes out the 2017 RELEASE pool party season, it will conclude with five...
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A new Afghanistan strategy

For sixteen years the United States, NATO and the Afghan security forces have fought a war tactically in a strategic environment that made victory...
Richard D. Kocur

The life of Charlie Gard: Whose decision is it anyway?

It’s every parent’s nightmare. Your child is suffering and you are powerless to do anything about it. In most cases you would exhaust all...
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July 26 – August 1, 2017

For All Signs: Mercury, ruler of business, communications, and everyday routines, will turn retrograde on August 12, 2017. The pre-shadow period began on July...

Oases

We have two water sources near our pump house in the side yard. One container is about six inches deep and the other two...
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Move over, Dirty Harry

– The San Miguel Chapel (built 1610-1626) is said to be the oldest church in the continental United States. Located in Santa Fe, the...
God Bless America

I thought it was about caffeine

Fat cat A fat cat - not some would-be big shot, but a really obese feline - showed up at an animal shelter in North...