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“Stop Rush” Group Exposed As Merely 10 Hyper-Partisan Libs

Posted: September 25, 2014 at 4:12 pm   /   Features, Politics, Top Stories

If you haven’t heard, liberals have been pushing to get Rush Limbaugh off the air. It began in earnest in February of 2012 when Limbaugh criticized law-student-turned-activist turned politician, Sandra Fluke.  Fluke testified in front of a “committee” of House Democrats, railing against Georgetown University for not covering contraception in their health insurance plan. Rush […]

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AZ Senate President Andy Biggs Endorses Robert Graham for AZGOP Chair

Posted: January 14, 2013 at 1:00 pm   /   Arizona, Elections, Politics

“Graham is a true friend of conservatism and his successful business career experience will take our party to the next level. “ PHOENIX — “Yesterday, Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs endorsed Robert Graham in his race for Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party. Biggs, who has been named the #1 Friend of the Taxpayer by the Arizona Federation of […]

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Prop 121 faces broad, bipartisan rejection

Posted: October 29, 2012 at 4:00 pm   /   Arizona, Elections, Politics

The only thing that every political party in Arizona can agree on seems to be this:  that open primaries, as implemented by Prop 121, are a disaster best avoided.  Every major and minor organized political party in the state seems to have found good reasons to oppose the Open Elections, Open Government initiative. Governor Jan […]

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Prop 121 — pushing up daisies?

Posted: October 26, 2012 at 10:30 am   /   Arizona, Elections, Politics

Prop 121 would create a top two primary system that would eliminate partisan primaries in favor of so-called “open elections.”  Numerous arguments have been made by citizens of nearly every political viewpoint as to why the change advocated for by the Open Government Committee is a bad idea. The biggest reason Prop 121 has struggled […]

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Joe Biden’s Top Five Lies and Exaggerations from the VP Debate

Posted: October 13, 2012 at 7:58 am   /   Elections, Politics

Good old Joe.  Often wrong, but never in doubt, he thinks he had a great night debating Paul Ryan.  But just one day later, his lies (errors?) and exaggerations are debunked by mulitple sources, including liberal media and fact checkers. Choosing which lies and exaggerations to expose is a bit like being in a candy […]

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Richard Carmona: “Issues with anger, with ethics, and with women”

Posted: October 11, 2012 at 4:23 pm   /   Arizona, Elections, Politics, Videos

The knives are out in the Arizona Senate race.  Jeff Flake is on the air with a brutal ad hitting Richard Carmona over events that occurred during his tenure as U.S. Surgeon General. Carmona’s former boss, another doctor, accuses him of coming to her house for an unwanted nighttime visit.   “There was an angry […]

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VIDEO: Biden and Paul Ryan sock it out

Posted: October 9, 2012 at 9:57 am   /   Elections, Politics, Videos

Vice President Joe Biden and Representative Paul Ryan duel, Rocky-style. [FeaturedVideo]

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Obama campaigns at the U.N.

Posted: September 27, 2012 at 7:18 pm   /   Elections, Politics

It would have been a major scandal if President Bush had spent his time hitting up daytime TV shows and campaigning in Las Vegas in the wake of a terrorist attack.  If the media found out that he had only been attending his Presidential Daily Briefing 38% of the time when a U.S. ambassador was […]

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Is the U.N. becoming obsolete?

Posted: September 26, 2012 at 8:00 am   /   Politics

The U.N.  General Debate starts today at its headquarters in New York City.  With it will arrive large delegations from most countries in the world, theoretically on site to conduct some form of diplomacy.  Perhaps some important discussions do occur, but for the most part it’s a free party for the people chosen to attend. […]

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