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BY DON SORCHYCH  | September 23, 2015

Last week’s debate among eleven Republicans is having a long life on both sides of politics

Headlines shriek that Carly Fiorina has blasted ahead. She hasn’t – at least in the polls I read. CNN deliberately, all night, tried to pit one candidate against another.

Guest Editorials:

By Rick Manning   |  SEPTEMBER 23, 2015

GOP candidates rise above CNN gotcha formula

I hated the CNN debate format.

Structured like a giant mud wrestling match, CNN moderator, Jake Tapper continually tried to play gotcha between GOP candidates with a clear goal of creating viral media clashes rather than allowing deep discussions of the issues facing our nation.

By Lawrence Sellin, PhD   |  SEPTEMBER 23, 2015

Is Obama a Muslim?

I do not believe Barack Obama is a Muslim, nor do I think he is a Christian, nor do I think it matters, because he is not motivated by any religious belief, but by a secular ideology.

All of his convictions and actions can be explained by a single supposition.

By Rachel Alexander   |  SEPTEMBER 23, 2015

Bombshell: New Evidence Reveals Prosecutor Corruption in Trial Against Imprisoned Former Congressman Rick Renzi

Prosecutors in the U.S. Department of Justice are finally being called out for singling out Republican politicians and others they dislike. One of the victims of gross over prosecution was former Congressman Rick Renzi. As a Republican representing a swing district in Arizona, he was a juicy target to take down. A scandal was concocted to tarnish him and hence Republicans, paving the way for a Democrat to replace him, which happened. The DOJ prosecuted Renzi over a “land swap,” language that sounds vaguely unethical but there was nothing remotely unethical or illegal about the particular deal even had he gone through with it, and he would not have received any financial profit, as I explained in a previous article. The exchange of land merely benefited the government and the neighboring Fort Huachuca military base.

By Russell Pearce   |  SEPTEMBER 23, 2015

A victory for Arizona and America

What a refreshing change it is when a judge issues a common-sense ruling that honors both the will of the voters and our Constitution. 

Let’s remember that what most of us recognize as common sense was still the end result of a very long and public struggle. So it goes in our nation today that upholding even the most fundamental of principles requires such an effort.