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McSally's Wall Street money McSally's Wall Street money

The Democrats really want to get Arizona Congressional District 2 back in their hands. The election isn't until November 2016, but already we are being bombarded by emails from one of the Democrats hoping to unseat incumbent Martha McSally.

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McSally and Salmon applaud ruling to halt EPA water rule McSally and Salmon applaud ruling to hal...

Arizona Representatives Martha McSally and Matt Salmon are pleased with last week's ruling by a federal judge that halts the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineersfrom implementing an "exceptionally expansive" water rule in Arizona and 12 other states.

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Federal court blocks EPA rule in Arizona and 12 other states Federal court blocks EPA rule in Arizona...

Arizona previously joined with 12 other states in a legal challenge asking the federal court to delay the effective date of the WOTUS Rule because of the irreparable harm it would cause the states.

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Art Sloane: Navy birthday coming up in October with big dinner bash Art Sloane: Navy birthday coming up in O...

U.S. Navy turns 240 with a birthday ball in October.

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Are mental issues or guns to blame for Virginia journalist murders? Are mental issues or guns to blame for V...

Rasmussen Reports surveyed likely voters this week on that subject.

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Eric Schneiderman’s herbal-supplements adventure Eric Schneiderman’s herbal-supplements a...

“Never apologize, never explain” is not a maxim to recommend for a state’s top law enforcer, and that goes for New York’s Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the subject of my recent City Journal piece.

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Magistrate recommends dismissal of Apple-made-me-watch-porn action Magistrate recommends dismissal of Apple...

The plaintiff blames the resulting viewing for a host of physical and other ills, including the breakup of his relationship with his wife, who “simply could not compete with the endless stream of ageless cyber vixens, who ‘never say no’.”

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Potatoes make you fat, says Obama administration Potatoes make you fat, says Obama admini...

Liberals often seem broadly unconscious of the fact that people’s politics are affected by attitude as well as by policy and telling people what they can eat or restricting a perfectly healthy food is about as dumb a political move one can come up with.

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Emil Franzi: Sanders and Trump Emil Franzi: Sanders and Trump

Most political leaders and both political parties either ignore many opinions of the majority, or pander to them with unworkable and phony solutions. They cater to a variety of small interest groups, many poorly defined and ineptly reported by a lazy and ignorant media unable to notice which have real constituencies and which don’t.

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Joel Kotkin: Ethnicity and economics Joel Kotkin: Ethnicity and economics

The Obama years—following the previous disasters left over from the Bush regime—have been largely an economic disaster for black America. Child poverty is at the highest level in 20 years, and among African Americans it stands at a disastrous 38 percent, rising even during the recovery. After decades of gradual decline, concentrated urban poverty has grown rapidly over the past decade.

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Bill Tatro: Quantitative Easing is misunderstood Bill Tatro: Quantitative Easing is misun...

Perhaps the most misunderstood concept is Quantitative Easing (QE). Ask the average citizen or even a talk show host and they will tell you that it is simply the Fed printing more money. After all isn’t Ben Bernanke’s nickname Helicopter Ben, in reference to dropping $50 bills across America from a helicopter.

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Michael Barone: Another impossible thing may happen - change in partisan alignments Michael Barone: Another impossible thing...

In my last column, I looked at the possibility of two impossible things — impossible things in the sense used by Alice and the Red Queen — happening in the already turbulent 2016 presidential cycle. Here I'll look at another: the possibility that the partisan division lines that have endured with little change for two decades might suddenly shift and change.

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Thomas Sowell: A revealing clue Thomas Sowell: A revealing clue

Even those of us who are not supporters of either Donald Trump or Jeb Bush can learn something by comparing how each of these men handled people who tried to disrupt their question-and-answer period after a speech.

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Bob Garver “War Room” movie review Bob Garver “War Room” movie review

The Christian film “War Room” pulled off an incredible box office feat this past weekend, becoming the weekend’s strongest new release with $11 million despite playing on just over a thousand screens in the whole country. By comparison, the pathetic runner-up “No Escape” made just over $10 million with a two-day head start and nearly triple the screens.

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A-10 vs. F-35: Air Force to test combat jets in head-to-head showdown A-10 vs. F-35: Air Force to test combat ...

The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter stands to be the most sophisticated jet in the Air Force's arsenal once ready for combat - but the Pentagon wants to first see how the state-of-the-art aircraft performs against its old standby, the A-10 "Warthog."

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Top State Department staff used personal email to send ‘sensitive’ data Top State Department staff used personal...

Senior State Department officials at the U.S. Embassy in Japan have been caught sending “sensitive” information over personal email accounts, subjecting the information to potential hacking attacks and other cyber threats, according to a new report by the department’s inspector general.

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Rocky Top embraces the gender-neutral PC madness Rocky Top embraces the gender-neutral PC...

The University of Tennessee has become the latest public institution of higher learning to boldly step into the gender-neutral madness of political correctness.

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There is no such thing as "settled public policy" There is no such thing as "settled publi...

So what is “settled public policy?” It is not a description of fact, but an assertion of correctness.

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New test for high school students seeks to rewrite history for political gain New test for high school students seeks ...

Those who would pervert the past for political gain cannot be allowed to succeed, says AMAC.

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Germany's Muslim demographic revolution Germany's Muslim demographic revolution

Germany's Muslim population is set to skyrocket by more than 700,000 in 2015, pushing the total number of Muslims in the country to nearly 6 million for the first time.

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Syrian peace may hinge on Moscow's game plan Syrian peace may hinge on Moscow's game ...

Moscow is increasingly emerging as a center of diplomacy on Syria's four-year-old civil war, with the Obama administration sending a key emissary to the Russian capital to discuss the conflict on Friday, following recent visits by high-level Saudi, Jordanian and Iranian officials - as well as key members of the Syrian political opposition.

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The new racists: Christians who hate Israel The new racists: Christians who hate Isr...

When the Vatican recognized a self-proclaimed "State of Palestine" on June 22, 2015, it not only defied international law -- there is no such state to recognize -- it acted immorally in religious terms.

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China's WWII parade of military might stirs up Taiwan, others in Asia China's WWII parade of military might st...

Tanks and other military hardware will roll through China's capital Thursday on a scale larger than what the world saw during the Tiananmen Square crackdown of 1989. This time, however, the rollout has nothing to do with crushing domestic protesters.

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Still "too early" to decide on rate hikes Still "too early" to decide on rate hike...

After all the hemming and hawing by nearly every Fed governor, and despite the fact the Fed has to do something in just over two weeks, the Fed still does not know what to do.

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More evidence that global economic inequality is decreasing More evidence that global economic inequ...

Over time, the claim that there is increasing income inequality globally has looked increasingly like a fairy tale. The assertions of inequality consist of the popular notion that the spread of capitalism leads to an immense increase in income inequality. The differences between rich and poor, we are told, are rising so fast that the situation is no longer sustainable. The narrative further assert...

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Obamacare gives big windfall to insurance companies as quality of healthcare declines Obamacare gives big windfall to insuranc...

Over the past five and a half years the country has experienced the unraveling of this unworkable law as millions of Americans continue to struggle with higher health care premiums, increased out-of-pocket costs, less choice and greater health uncertainty. Americans are paying more for out-of-pocket for health care now than they did in the past decade.

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Sales tax holidays: Politically expedient but poor Tax Policy 2015 Sales tax holidays: Politically expedien...

These events enjoy a lot of popular support because it is believed they help low income households. Politicians back tax holidays as well and claim that they promote economic growth, create jobs and increase sales.

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StingRay surveillance prompts Baltimore attorneys to review nearly 2,000 cases StingRay surveillance prompts Baltimore ...

Attorneys in Baltimore are reviewing hundreds of convictions after an investigation revealed that police there have secretly used cell phone surveillance tools in nearly 2,000 criminal cases.

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Arizona extends partnership with Sewailo Golf Club Arizona extends partnership with Sewailo...

Sewailo became the home course of Arizona men’s and women’s golf in 2013 and both parties agreed to execute the five-year renewal option from the original agreement.

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Arizona sweeps Texas State, ACU to finish weekend unbeaten Arizona sweeps Texas State, ACU to finis...

The Cats needed just six sets to dispatch its Saturday competition.

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Baldwin and Holliday each have 10 kills but Aztecs fall at South Mountain Baldwin and Holliday each have 10 kills ...

Pima lost to South Mountain in five sets in a non-conference match at the New Mexico Military Classic last week.

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Jason Day follows up PGA Championship victory with blowout win at The Barclays Jason Day follows up PGA Championship vi...

Jason Day powered and putted his way to another blowout against a world-class field on Sunday at The Barclays. Fresh off his first major at the PGA Championship, Day pulled away early and poured it on with three long birdie putts on the back nine at Plainfield.

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No decision on racing plans after American Pharoah's loss in Travers Stakes No decision on racing plans after Americ...

They were waiting for their horse, ready to take pictures with cellphones and ready to feed him snacks. On the morning after a startling upset at the Travers Stakes, a small gathering of fans visited racing's biggest celebrity.

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McSally's Wall Street money McSally's Wall Street money

The Democrats really want to get Arizona Congressional District 2 back in their hands. The election isn't until November 2016, but already we are being bombarded by emails from one of the Democrats hoping to unseat incumbent Martha McSally.

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A-10 vs. F-35: Air Force to test combat jets in head-to-head showdown A-10 vs. F-35: Air Force to test combat jets in head-to-head...

The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter stands to be the most sophisticated jet in the Air Force's arsenal once ready for combat - but the Pentagon wants to first see how the state-of-the-art aircraft performs against its old standby, the A-10 "Warthog."

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Western author Cotton Smith passes away at 76 Western author Cotton Smith passes away at 76

One of Smith's signatures in his novels was character description, but not just of the human characters. He went into great detail describing the character of each horse in his novels.

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