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I’m as concerned as you should be about our current Sheriff Paul Babeu. “Going off”, “jumping to conclusions”, and making “knee jerk” decisions are things that our current sheriff is ...

Ms. Barbara McGuire, while as a state representative, worked to improve state and local economies; mining opportunities, cre­ate jobs; improve education; quality of life issues and provided ...

Under Prop 115, The Legislature May Hold Hearings to Investigate Judges Whose Opinions They Don’t ...

  To last week’s writer who is choosing to display the flag upside down: the U.S. flag code states that “The flag should never be displayed with the union down, except as a signal of ...

Paul Babeu’s lies never quit — they just get more outrageous.  His latest target is Pinal County Attorney James Walsh, and why is he going after Mr. Walsh? Because he can’t control him, ...

The Republican candidate for county recorder has stated that since one office is just like any other, the fact that she was a manager in a business office qualifies her for this job. She seems to ...

I have known Maxine Brown for over 20 years and for most of that time we worked together in the Gila-Pinal ...

  While running for president in 2008, then-Sen. Obama promised that families making less than $250,000 a year would not see a tax increase as a result of his health-care plan. Many warned that such ...

If you listen to political sound bites, read news headlines, or listen to the 24/7 propaganda shows on the air waves, you hear and see the word “jobs” a lot. Mostly you hear the bad news ...
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