BY DON SORCHYCH | DECEMBER 11, 2013
It seems the older you get the more visions of ‘way back when’ encroach on our senses. The older we get the less our short term memory invades our mind.
BY STEVE LAMAR | DECEMBER 11, 2013
Mayor Francia and temporary Town Manager Glassman highlight with pride the “diverse” finalists for town manager that Trenk, Francia, a guy from Mesa, and Glassman gave us in the latest self promotion fliers we paid for to the tune of $5,000. This is our holiday surprise gift, kept secret, of course, for our own good.
BY ROBERT ENDLICH | DECEMBER 11, 2013
Sea levels are rising rapidly! Coastal communities are becoming more vulnerable to storms and storm surges! Small island nations are going to disappear beneath the waves!
Climate alarmists have been making these claims for years, trying to tie them to events like "Superstorm" Sandy, which was below Category 1 hurricane strength when it struck New York City in October 2012, and Typhoon Haiyan, which plowed into the low-lying central Philippines in November 2013.
BY TOM TOTH | DECEMBER 11, 2013
Directing attention to the "defining issue of our time," Barack Obama recently warned the American people of the "fundamental threat to the American dream, our way of life, and what we stand for around the globe." The President wasn't referring to terrorism, an economic crisis, the presently occurring healthcare disaster, or human rights violations. Rather, he was talking about the trends of wealth inequality and decreasing economic mobility in the United States.
BY DR. MARK HENDRICKSON | DECEMBER 11, 2013
Every now and then, something unforeseen and special happens—something that logic or reason would tell you is either impossible or that the odds against it happening are overwhelming. And yet those things occasionally happen and fill us with wonderment.
BY DR. TRACY MILLER | DECEMBER 11, 2013
Then we need to leave health care to the free market
The problems with the healthcare.gov website offer a glimpse of the way the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is likely to fail at accomplishing its most important goals: providing affordable, high-quality health care to all Americans, without increasing the deficit. The ACA is the latest of a series of attempts by the federal government to use subsidies and regulations to make health care affordable for all Americans regardless of their health status.