Cactus Shadows graduates 396 seniors at
May 19, 2016 commencement

Oh, give them a the “Antelopes Dome” - Cactus Shadows’ class of 2016 graduating at Grand Canyon University’s arena.

VOL. 22  ISSUE NO. 21


Riders USA 10th Annual Memorial Day Rally

This is the 10th consecutive year that the men and women of The Riders USA organization will be sponsoring their signature event, “Flags for Our Fallen”, an annual tribute to the warriors and heroes of America’s Armed Forces who have made the ultimate sacrifice in protecting and securing the lives and liberties of our citizenry and the American way of life.


With permits in tow, Buffalo Chip is a go
Obama’s dangerous mix of Communism and the Muslim Brotherhood
• ‘Guccifer’ enters plea deal in computer hacking case
Rare behavior by the world’s second largest creature caught on film
Border Report
Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol (CRMLA) calls on committee opposing marijuana-related ballot measure to return $10,000 contribution from Arizona Wine and Spirits Association
Resolution Copper project comment period extended
Don't give away the Internet's First Amendment



Mayor and councilman
The Chip and Hogs N’ Horses

Our retiring Mayor Vincent Francia has been honored for being a Buddhist. I guess it is rare for a white guy to be a Buddhist and although he tends to hide his religion most of the time, he speaks and acts from the Middle Way.

There are also other views, such as an ex-mayor of Cave Creek who wonders how a Buddhist could be running a race track which is not only about gambling but involves associating with shady characters.

Guest Editorials:

• Sheriff Joe in contempt of liberal judge, not the law | By Russell Pearce
Four Tribes Competing For Supremacy In 21st Century America (Part 2) | By Frosty Wooldridge
Why the D.C. Establishment hate Donald Trump | By pastor carl gallups
Barack Obama’s Bathroom Overreach | By Dr. Mark Hendrickson



Online applications for 2016 fall hunts now being accepted
CAVE CREEK – With Councilman Thomas McGuire absent, council appointed John Ford to fill the vacancy on council left by Mark Lipsky’s resignation by a vote of 3-2 with Mayor Vincent Francia and Vice Mayor Steve LaMar dissenting.

Arizonans encouraged participating in Project Blue Light after Phoenix officer shot
Game and Fish Heritage Fund properties benefit from passage of Senate Bill 1361
Experience the world of reptiles at night during Twighlight Croc Walk
Statewide search for high school students to serve on Governor’s Youth Commission


Pet News: Mini donkey open house at Triple R Horse Rescue
Mullet Over: What makes the Fontus Bottle unique
God Bless America: Seventeen Inches
Horoscope: Stargazer by Vivian Carol
• Book Nook: Climate change