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my viewBY DON SORCHYCH   |  mAY 13, 2015

Bye-Bye Eileen
Upcoming council meeting

In Linda Bentley’s article last week about the Cave Creek Council meeting she reported the council finally moved on planning commission issues. The only casualty was Eileen Wright who was removed from the planning commission.

Boombox by Dixon Diaz

boom box cartoon

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BY Frosty Wooldridge  |  MAY 13, 2015

Immigration Shutdown Now! Food Scarcity in America

Part 5: Drying up aquifers, limited arable land, GMOs, limits

Today in America, 68 percent of our citizens stumble around their day suffering the ills of being fat. Out of that number, 35 percent of Americans suffer gross obesity. Thus, high blood pressure, heart attacks and diabetes thrive!


Sessions: Top five concerns with trade promotion authority

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Congress has the responsibility to ensure that any international trade agreement entered into by the United States must serve the national interest, not merely the interests of those crafting the proposal in secret. It must improve the quality of life, the earnings, and the per-capita wealth of everyday working Americans.

BY Dr. Paul Kengor  |  MAY 13, 2015

The man who could redefine marriage

A recent profile of Justice Anthony Kennedy begins with this: “The Irish Catholic boy who came of age in Sacramento after World War II is an unlikely candidate to be the author of the Supreme Court’s major gay rights rulings. But those who have known Justice Anthony Kennedy for decades and scholars who have studied his work say he has long stressed the importance of valuing people as individuals.”

BY Alan Caruba  |  MAY 13, 2015

Obama's economic disaster

Commenting on the rioting in Baltimore, the Wall Street Journal’s Daniel Henniger was almost to the end of his April 30 text when he said “On Wednesday morning, the year’s first-quarter GDP growth rate came in—0.02 percent. Next to nothing. For the length of the Obama presidency, with growth significantly below norm, unemployment for blacks aged 24 and younger has hovered between 30 percent and 40 percent. That’s the real powder key, not the police.”