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RNC draft proposal on Obama nuke deal RNC draft proposal on Obama nuke deal

The Republican National Committee has drafted a resolution it hopes will be acknowledged by all of the 2016 Democrat presidential contenders on the president's Iran nuclear deal. 

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Salmon introduces 10th Shrink our Spending bill Salmon introduces 10th Shrink our Spendi...

This bill cuts funding to U.N. Democracy Fund and saves $4.2 million.

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Animal shelter architects, experts gain volunteers’ perspectives Animal shelter architects, experts gain ...

Indoor play areas, natural light and a welcome area are just some of the ideas that were tossed out during a public forum last Thursday on the design of the new Pima Animal Care Center.

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Art Sloane / V-J Day dinner celebration coming up Art Sloane / V-J Day dinner celebration ...

Honored will be World War II veterans, Navajo code talkers, and veterans of the Republic of China.

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Now things will go better with Coke Now things will go better with Coke

National radio talk host Erick Erickson, along with a lot of people, had some issues with Coca Cola and the company's support of Planned Parenthood in the wake of the scandle-filled videos showing PP medical staff price haggling over body parts of fetuses.

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Here's why your canine companion is actually pretty smart Here's why your canine companion is actu...

They might technically have the knowledge of a 2-year-old human, but dogs are actually pretty smart.

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Sanders wants $15 minimum wage, but that’s not what he pays his interns Sanders wants $15 minimum wage, but that...

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.), who’s also a U.S. Senator, is one of the key supporters of legislation calling for a nationwide hourly minimum wage of $15. But until that legislation passes, he’s free to keep paying his Senate interns $12 per hour.

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Winners of annual Wacky Warnings labels Winners of annual Wacky Warnings labels

The five wackiest warning labels of 2015 have just been announced as part of the Center for America’s 18th annual Wacky Warning Labels™ Contest.

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Emil Franzi: Put a sock in gun, immigration rhetoric Emil Franzi: Put a sock in gun, immigrat...

There are about 13 million illegal aliens living here by official estimates. There are also about 13 million Americans who now have concealed carry permits.

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Jane Coleman: Hope and patriotism missing from Independence Day celebrations Jane Coleman: Hope and patriotism missin...

There are many living who remember December 7, 1941 , Pearl Harbor Day.  The reason I remember it is that, strangely, it is my first memory of childhood.  I was a child born into war, brought up in war, educated by war, and that war shaped my thinking in ways I did not realize.

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Thomas Sowell: Documented irresponsibility Thomas Sowell: Documented irresponsibili...

People who entered the United States illegally may be called "undocumented" in politically correct circles, but what is all too well documented is the utter irresponsibility of both political parties in dealing with immigration issues.

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Michael Barone: Is America entering a new Victorian era? Michael Barone: Is America entering a ne...

Today, several widely unanticipated trends — certainly unanticipated by me — suggest that America is in some significant respects entering a new Victorian Era. Some may regard that as regrettable, others as welcome, still others as a mixture of good news and bad news.

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Bob Livingston: Affirmatively destroying America’s neighborhoods in the war on suburbia Bob Livingston: Affirmatively destroying...

Authoritarianism is based on long-term planning. Authoritarianism is a philosophy of collectivism. Some call it democracy. Some call it communism. Some call it fascism. Some call it National Socialism. But whatever you call it, it is all collectivism or authoritarianism; and in its ultimate form it is globalism.

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Bob Garver: “Pixels” movie review Bob Garver: “Pixels” movie review

A common complaint about the recent films of Adam Sandler and Kevin James is that they seem to be using their projects as glorified vacations, making minimal efforts just so they have an excuse to goof around in places like South Africa (“Blended”), Las Vegas (“Paul Blart 2”) and New England (“Grown Ups”).

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Top 10 global warming lies Top 10 global warming lies

The Environmental Defense Fund raises money by lying about global warming. Here’s your guide to its latest fundraising letter.

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Illegals outnumber unemployed Americans Illegals outnumber unemployed Americans

The number of illegal immigrants in the United States totaled 11.3 million in 2014, outnumbering the 9.6 million Americans who were unemployed in the same year, according to data from Pew Research Center and the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

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Liberty groups want you to bombard Capitol fax machines to make Internet privacy point Liberty groups want you to bombard Capit...

Cybersecurity is currently a hot issue in Congress. Unfortunately, the lawmakers attempting to protect the nation’s computer networks often have little understanding of the technologies they’re writing laws about.

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Kevin McCarthy: House won't take up Senate highway bill Kevin McCarthy: House won't take up Sena...

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Monday the Senate is racing to pass its six-year highway deal for no reason, insisting his chamber already dispatched a five-month bill across the Capitol and will depart for its August recess late Thursday.

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Fed staff accidentally posts bearish economic forecast Fed staff accidentally posts bearish eco...

Predicts inflation would not hit 2% by 2020. Now its upset over leaks of that information.

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Nuclear Iran: Is the U.S. really suicidal? Nuclear Iran: Is the U.S. really suicida...

If Obama and the others who signed the catastrophic nuclear agreement with Iran on the eve of Laylat al-Qadr, the Eve of Destiny, a few days before the end of the Ramadan fast, had studied a little history, they would know that the Battle of Qadisiyyah in 636, in which the Persians suffered a disastrous defeat at the hands of the Arabs, has not yet ended.

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Possible Russian sub found sunk near Sweden’s coast Possible Russian sub found sunk near Swe...

A small submarine that may be Russian has been discovered on the sea floor near the Swedish coast, according to a group that explores shipwrecks and artifacts in the area.

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Britain's irreconcilable policy on Islam Britain's irreconcilable policy on Islam

Two very interesting things happened in Britain over the last two weeks. What makes them more interesting is that they are wholly contradictory.

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First, they came for the bar owners.... First, they came for the bar owners....

Penner's business was destroyed because he had tried to save it.

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TPA signs coalition letter reaffirming support for patent litigation reform TPA signs coalition letter reaffirming s...

Patent litigation reform continues to be an issue that requires the attention of our elected leaders in Washington. Protecting intellectual property is a core government function that helps grow the economy and benefits both taxpayers and consumers.

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YouTube risks being blacklisted, Russia warns YouTube risks being blacklisted, Russia ...

YouTube has been warned by Russia that the video-sharing portal could soon end up on the Kremlin's growing list of banned websites due to a recent copyright infringement spat.

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Political incentives harm transportation funding Political incentives harm transportation...

Legislators embrace inefficient transportation projects because the benefits of a project accrue to their constituents while the costs are spread out nationwide, and local taxpayers do not pay the full cost of a local infrastructure project.

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New home sales unexpectedly decline 6.8%, April and May revised lower New home sales unexpectedly decline 6.8%...

Writers are still upbeat about the market.

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New LA Clippers forward Josh Smith Laments it will be “harder” getting by on $7 million New LA Clippers forward Josh Smith Lamen...

Smith has succeeded in creating the type of problem that Hillary Clinton created for herself in claiming that she and Bill were “dead broke” after leaving the White House and struggled to pay things like tuition.

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Chris Froome wins Tour de France, takes title for second time in three years Chris Froome wins Tour de France, takes ...

All for one, one for all, and all bathed in yellow. Arms over each other's shoulders, linked together in a long line of happiness, Tour de France winner Chris Froome and his teammates pedaled slowly over the finish line, soaking up the applause Sunday on the Champs-Elysees.

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Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler headline field at Quicken Loans National Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler headline fiel...

Defending champion Justin Rose and Ricky Fowler will join former winners K.J. Choi, Bill Haas and Nick Watney, as well as tournament host Tiger Woods, in the field for the Quicken Loans National as it moves to Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia this weekend.

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Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio join Hall of Fame Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smol...

Three pitchers who became dominant after trades and a rock-solid catcher-turned-second baseman have a new moniker.

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Scott Dyke: The Clantons Scott Dyke: The Clantons

The Clantons drifted into Southern Arizona in the mid-1870s, bringing a track record of cattle dealings — some that involved their own cows, however most belonged to others.

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1880 - Wyatt Earp takes oath as Pima County deputy sheriff 1880 - Wyatt Earp takes oath as Pima Cou...

Lawman comes to Arizona Territory from Dodge City, Kansas.

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Salmon introduces 10th Shrink our Spending bill Salmon introduces 10th Shrink our Spending bill

This bill cuts funding to U.N. Democracy Fund and saves $4.2 million.

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Top 10 global warming lies Top 10 global warming lies

The Environmental Defense Fund raises money by lying about global warming. Here’s your guide to its latest fundraising letter.

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New LA Clippers forward Josh Smith Laments it will be “harder” getting by on $7 million New LA Clippers forward Josh Smith Laments it will be “harde...

Smith has succeeded in creating the type of problem that Hillary Clinton created for herself in claiming that she and Bill were “dead broke” after leaving the White House and struggled to pay things like tuition.

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