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Political propagandists’ lies have expanded to a gargantuan scale. Even more alarming is those lies’ success in duping the gullible public.
Our pledge of allegiance should be changed to the preamble to the Constitution of the USA. It is much more important than a pledge to a flag.
I’m always pleased when a President of the United States finds time to visit Arizona. Given President Obama’s recent interest in job creation and economic recovery, he certainly came to the right state at the right time. The “Arizona Comeback” is in full-swing, and this was the President’s opportunity to witness firsthand a true economic success story. However, I am disappointed that the President used his visit as an opportunity to lay out a plan for even more big government programs, while also trying to share credit for Arizona’s housing and economic recovery. That credit belongs to the hardworking people of Arizona.
Rafe Arlotti, a resident of Ahwatukee, recently competed in the National Physique Committee Arizona Open July 19-20. He earned first place in his weight class, lightweight and third overall. Rafe was, at 20 years old and 146 pounds, the youngest bodybuilder to compete, and the second lightest. It was also his first competition.
In politics there are those who laugh and those who cry, and local author Curtice Mang chooses to laugh in his new book, “The Constitution – I’m not Kidding and Other Tales of Liberal Folly.”
The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department has posted its 2011 Calendar Year Annual Report online at phoenix.gov/parks.
Our President, Barack Hussein Obama, and his Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, use Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals as their political inspiration.
The president of the United States of America visits Arizona to highlight the success of Intel, one of the largest employers in the state, and is greeted at the airport by a governor, representing our state, wagging her finger in his face. Jan Brewer's incredibly rude behavior, lack of decorum and civility, and plain bad manners are despicable and inexcusable.
Much like one of his predecessors, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Barack Obama has all but declared war on the United States Supreme Court.
Local kids get a $73 million boost from First Things First to highlight the importance of the early years in preparing kids for school success. Local programs funded by First Things First help kids get ready for kindergarten. To present to various regions throughout Maricopa County their 2013 allocation of First Things Funds and recognize the efforts of the community, volunteers whose work on the First Things First regional councils ensures these funds meet the needs of kids from birth to 5 years old in this region. This latest allocation brings First Things First's total four-year investment in Maricopa County to almost $291 million.