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my view by don sorchychBY DON SORCHYCH | MAY 14, 2014

Do lawyers lie?

The depositions of the slate are progressing. The only one remaining to be deposed is the so-called Wall Street Hotshot, Councilman Reg Monachino. I understand the assertions he worked in the mailroom there are the result of a joke of some kind. But what did he really do? Maybe the deposition will lift the veil. 

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BY JOHN G. FORD | MAY 14, 2014

My home is Cave Creek and I am proud but sad!

Proud Citizen of Cave Creek

Good day Don and my long time friends in Cave Creek.

I have been a little out of touch over the last few weeks with a job change after 34 years and a medical issue which required my full attention. I am back and stronger than ever and it’s way past time for me to speak out. I want to take a strong stance on issues I have seen as shameful and downright wrong.


How the Cairo video became the Benghazi video

In his now infamous September 14, 2012 email, Benjamin Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications and Speechwriting, had it exactly backwards. The September 11, 2012 attacks on the Cairo embassy and the Benghazi consulate were rooted in a broad failure of policy, not an Internet video, which was later politically transformed by the Obama Administration from a pretext to the cause of the attacks.


Blind squirrel finds a Supreme Court nut

While in the vast majority of their constitutionally related writings the Founding Fathers were explicit that the judicial branch of government is effectively the weakest of the three, such is not the case with today’s modern misapplication. Americans currently live under what is, for all intents and purposes, a counter-constitutional judiciocracy led by nine unelected, black-robed autocrats.


Last month's 1 million missing workers:  Who were they?

In April, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the amount of people with jobs decreased by 73,000.

Yet, we are to believe that the unemployment rate dropped, from 6.7 percent to 6.3 percent.

These are two irreconcilable data points. So, how did it happen?