VOL. 21  ISSUE NO. 24   |    JUNE 17 – 23, 2015


GEORGE ROSSTripping the outrage fantastic

Ross stated there was no doubt the ‘despicable cartoon’ was directed at recalled Vice Mayor Adam Trenk, which he called anti-Semitic

CAVE CREEK – Monday night’s Call to the Public gave the newly contracted Town Attorney Bill Sims a big heap of Cave Creek politics.

JUNE 17, 2015

Arizona’s Meteorite Crater rescue event concluded Angel Thunder 2015

WINSLOW, Ariz. – Arizona’s Meteorite Crater served as the final training site for this year’s Angel Thunder exercise, where four simulated-patients were hoisted 570 feet out of the crater into an Army Air National Guard UH-60 Medevac Helicopter.

JUNE 17, 2015

Battle Mountain Grazing Settlement sows seeds of discord

Rancher rewarded for defiant trespass as BLM avoids enforcement at all costs

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Illegal livestock grazing on drought-stricken northern Nevada rangeland has now received Bureau of Land Management (BLM) approval, according to a settlement the agency reached with the ranchers.

JUNE 17, 2015

86 House Republicans voted to increase taxes to pay for Obamatrade

FAIRFAX, Va. – Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning recently issued the following statement blasting 86 House Republicans who voted for trade adjustment assistance.

JUNE 17, 2015

Fast-tracking Obama's EU-inspired 'Pacific Union,' surrendering treaty powers

FAIRFAX, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning issued the following statement responding to revelations by Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) that the Trans-Pacific Partnership will contain a European Union-styled transnational commission:

JUNE 17, 2015

Department of Education seeks candidates for Standards Subcommittees

PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Education is accepting applications from teachers in K-12 school district and charter schools, higher education faculty and teacher professional organizations and foundations to participate in the review of Arizona’s English language arts and mathematics standards.

JUNE 17, 2015

Plant harvest plan threatens national park resources

Tribal gathering proposal is radical departure from conservation principles

WASHINGTON, DC — A National Park Service proposal to allow Indian tribes to remove trees and other plants from national parks is a radical reversal of resource protection policy that requires an act of Congress, according to comments filed today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).  

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