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my viewBY DON SORCHYCH   |  MARCH 18, 2015

Hurrah for the winning team

Lots of people are breathing a sigh of relief now that the recall election is over. It was long and arduous made testy by Adam Trenk’s use of lawyers, which is typical New Jersey style politics.

But now the slate is gone and four new responsible and dedicated people are at the helm.

Boombox by Dixon Diaz


Guest Editorials:

By Cave Creek Caring Citizens PAC  |  MARCH 18, 2015

Our sincere thank you

On behalf of Cave Creek Caring Citizens, thank you Cave Creek for the magnificent result from the Recall Election on March 10th. From start to finish, from the dedication and professionalism of our local paper the Sonoran News, especially, Don Sorchych, Shari Jo Sorchych, and Linda Bentley who kept the best interest of our community and the facts as their guidance. Many volunteers who worked tirelessly throughout the campaign; through the Candidates who devoted so much time and effort to their campaigns; to the citizens of Cave Creek who, in the end, voted decisively to put Cave Creek on a positive path and elect leaders who have the best interest of Cave Creek at heart. The result could not have been better.

By Lawrence Sellin, PhD  |  MARCH 18, 2015

Politics as the continuation of corruption by other means

Prior to the 2014 mid-term elections, Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee claimed it's "un-American" for Barack Obama to consider implementing an executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens across the country.

By Frosty Wooldridge  |  MARCH 18, 2015

Islam, a violent religion in the 21st Century

If you look from Paris, France to Amsterdam, Holland to Denmark, to Sweden, to the United Kingdom to Sydney, Australia to Ontario, Canada to Fort Hood, Texas – the violence of Islam manifests at blinding speed.


Marijuana, scenarios change – try common sense

I've never smoked pot. Not once, nada ... zero. I guess I must be missing out on something but I'm not sure what.

My wife and I were in Seattle a year or so ago. We were there to visit my son. The city was having their first hemp festival. We saw a number of people walking the streets of Seattle who seemed like they were in a coma. They were in a happy coma but nevertheless they were in some kind of daze.