Pro-Choice Arguments: Set Up and Knocked Down

Pro-Choice Arguments: Set Up and Knocked Down

By Nathaniel Kezer According to Lifenews.com, “National Right to Life estimated based on Guttmacher and CDC figures, and America has seen 55,772.015 abortions since Roe v. Wade.” However, pro-choice advocates argue that it is not wrong. So I have identified several arguments that they use to do so and I address each one of them. […]

Charles Heller: Rules for anti-freedom radicals

Charles Heller: Rules for anti-freedom radicals

By Charles Heller Do you dream of the day when the anti-freedom bigots will be vanquished, and our right to keep and bear arms will finally be secure? Stop dreaming! That day will never occur. Bloomberg happens. Schumer Happens. Feinstein happens. In the old days, Metzenbaum happened. Brady happened. The Jews know that in every […]

Andrew Stiles: Paul Krugman is a self-righteous moron

Andrew Stiles: Paul Krugman is a self-righteous moron

By Andrew Stiles Paul Krugman is very concerned about ideologues. “The most reckless and dangerous ideologues,” he wrote in the New York Times recently, “are often those who imagine themselves ideology-free.” You know, people like this guy. The Krug is especially annoyed that certain ideologically and intellectually bankrupt deviants (i.e., Republicans) refuse to admit that […]

Bill Tatro: Jobs – then and now

Bill Tatro: Jobs – then and now

By Bill Tatro When WWII ended a new 800lb gorilla took center stage. It was called the United States of America. The industrial might of Germany, Japan and even the Empire where the sun never sets, Great Britain, were simply shadows of once great powers. The world had to be rebuilt and the United States […]

Phil Richardson: Star Wars nostalgia

Phil Richardson: Star Wars nostalgia

By Phil Richardson Really? Were we first introduced to Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, C-3PO, Obe-Wan Kenobi and later dozens of other ageless characters such as Yoda—all spawned in the brain of genius George Lucas and his team, beginning 38 years ago? This flashback was inspired by a teaser commercial for […]

Softball ‘Cats advance to Super Regional and LSU

Softball ‘Cats advance to Super Regional and LSU

  By Danny Martinez / UA Sports Information Office Chelsea Suitos tripled with one out in the bottom of the eighth — her first career three-bagger — and scored on a Kellie Fox single to give Arizona a wild 7-6 comeback victory and send the Wildcats to a berth in a Super Regional at Baton […]

PCC men’s golf finish 14th at NJCAA Nationals

PCC men’s golf finish 14th at NJCAA Nationals

PCC golfer David Rauer (Cienega HS) finished tied for 25th place in the individual standings after he shot a four-day score of 298 (75-76-70-77). Photo/PCC Athletics By Raymond Suarez / PCC Sports Information Office The Pima Community College men’s golf team closed out play in the NJCAA National Championship on Friday at the Sand Creek […]

Fourth-Ranked Bruins complete sweep of Wildcats

Fourth-Ranked Bruins complete sweep of Wildcats

David Berg pitched a five-out save to seal UCLA’s victory. Photo/UCLA Athletics By Blair Willis / UA Sports Infomration Office LOS ANGELES – The fourth-ranked UCLA baseball team clinched the Pac-12 Conference title as the Bruins polished off a three-game sweep of Arizona with a 5-2 victory Sunday afternoon at Jackie Robinson Stadium. The Bruins […]

Pilgrim captures NJCAA National Championship in high jump

Pilgrim captures NJCAA National Championship in high jump

Kaysee Pilgrim (Goldwater HS) closed out her Pima career with her third NJCAA National Championship; her first outdoor season national title in the high jump. She sealed it with a mark of 5-feet, 9 inches earning her First Team NJCAA All-American status. Photo/Pima Athletics. By Raymond Suarez / PCC Sports Information Office The Pima Community […]