Harry Alexander: Saying goodbye

Harry Alexander: Saying goodbye

By Harry Alexander Everything comes to an end at some point or another. Sometimes things come to an end too quickly. Sometimes things continue on too long. In this case, I believe the timing is right. This will be the final issue of the Southern Arizona News-Examiner. This dream was started by the late Emil […]

Phil Richardson: Collusion: Chapter 2

Phil Richardson: Collusion: Chapter 2

By Phil Richardson First, let me repeat how Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary defines Collusion: When at least two human beings conspire for mutual gain utilizing fraud (Deceit, perpetrated for profit). I believe that most of us recognize collusion when we see it, even if we never cracked a law book. It could be as simple as […]

Mike Tully “Substantial Disruption”: The Year of the Dog

Mike Tully “Substantial Disruption”: The Year of the Dog

By Mike Tully Salty was on the 71st floor of World Trade Center Tower 1; Roselle was on the 78th.  Both were at work when terror struck on 911, serving as guide dogs for their blind masters who worked in the building.  Salty and Roselle were yellow Labrador retrievers, trained at Guiding Eyes for the […]

Phil Richardson: Money buys face time-the transition fund

Phil Richardson: Money buys face time-the transition fund

By Phil Richardson Political campaigns are very expensive, and becoming more so on each election cycle. The cost for renting halls, giant jet aircraft, mailing brochures, outfitting boiler rooms with telephones and funding an unrelenting media campaign is something about which everyone is aware. From the moment a candidate files to run for an office, tabs […]

Harry Alexander: McCain-Coons immigration bill is problematic

Harry Alexander: McCain-Coons immigration bill is problematic

By Harry Alexander Sen. John McCain (R/D-Ariz) this week introduced a bill that would give amnesty to at least three million illegal aliens WITHOUT immediately offering any assistance for border security. His bill does “promise” the issue will be looked at sometime in the future. What planet has McCain been on where he thinks his […]

Mike Tully “Substantial Disruption”: The Nunes memo and Trump’s greatest fear

Mike Tully “Substantial Disruption”: The Nunes memo and Trump’s greatest fear

By Mike Tully The Nunes memo was not just a “nothing burger,” it was a double-whopper nothing burger that drew derision and disdain.  It’s a pundit’s piñata, with commentators hammering the memo and its hyperventilating advocates.  MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program aired a video mashup comparing the hype over the memo to Geraldo Rivera’s “Al Capone’s […]

Phil Richardson: Electioneering 365 days a year

Phil Richardson: Electioneering 365 days a year

By Phil Richardson Once upon a time in the far distant past, people would hitch the horse to the buggy and drive into town to hear what the candidate had to say about running the nation. Some weeks later, there would be an election, after which we would hear from the winner sporadically, perhaps not […]

Harry Alexander: SOTU revisited

Harry Alexander: SOTU revisited

By Harry Alexander Unlike a number of people who needed to hide from a television set when President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union to Congress and America, I watched it. I also watched the Democrat response from Rep. Joe Kennedy III. My takeaway from Trump’s address is this: Boy, he’s got […]

Mike Tully “Substantial Disruption”: Devin can’t wait

Mike Tully “Substantial Disruption”: Devin can’t wait

By Mike Tully Nowadays men lead lives of noisy desperation. – James Thurber Devin Nunes, a California Congressman with the I.Q. of a trilobite, is the scary clown in the Trump circus, tasked with undermining the investigation into Russian interference into the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion by Trump and/or his family members and staffers. […]

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