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JUNE 22, 2016

The desert and its denizens

The heat is tough on desert wildlife. This time of year is when the animals and birds, even snakes and lizards, search for water and food.

I received a call from a woman who was offended by a press release we published on June 1. It is titled, “Feeding wildlife a ‘selfish act’ that can lead to bigger problems,” and “Officials warn Arizonans to ‘think twice’ before luring wildlife with food.”

Guest Editorials:

By Matt Barber | JUNE 22, 2016

A 'gay' Muslim Democrat walks into a bar …

Sadly, it’s no joke.

In the wake of the Orlando ISIS bloodbath, the rational world now gazes through the looking glass, jaws agape, into the up-is-down, male-is-female, Muslim-is-Christian alternate universe in which resides America’s caterwauling left.

We have entered an age that George Orwell might never have imagined. Today’s “American Socialist Party” (the secular left) has applied the doublethink mind-control technique on a grand scale. Its slogan?

By Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D. | JUNE 22, 2016

Orlando and radical Islam: How you defeat an ideology

In order to lessen the likelihood of terrorist attacks like Orlando, San Bernardino and the Boston Marathon and eliminate radical Islam as an existential threat to the United States, we must, first and foremost, defeat the prevailing Islamo-Marxist ideology within our own government and the willing accomplices who sustain it by willful blindness to the danger we face.

If you are still asking the question “How can Orlando happen?” ask no more.

By Robert Romano | June 22, 2016

Of course a president can issue travel restrictions

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has doubled down on his call for a halt in immigration from regions where radical Islam flourishes, in a June 13 speech at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire in response to the terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida.

"The immigration laws of the United States give the President the power to suspend entry into the country of any class of persons that the President deems detrimental to the interests or security of the United States, as he deems appropriate," said Trump.


Medicare Part B reimbursement cuts are backdoor rationing

Imagine being denied treatment for cancer because Washington bureaucrats decided that a cutting-edge new therapy that could cure you just wasn't "cost effective."

That's already happening in Britain under its government-run healthcare system, the National Health Service. And Medicare officials are poised to bring similar policies here.