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It is becoming increasingly apparent that our system of government, as prescribed by our Constitution, is no longer working. A handful of radical representatives of one party are able to stymie the progress of over 340 million citizens in order to further their warped ideology. I do not believe this extremism is what the writers of our Constitution envisioned in the 1780s. Something must be done.
So how close did Arizona come to a 10th congressional seat?
Linda Turley-Hansen: No one knows who to believe, or where to seek reliable information. Thus, I borrow from two exceptional Wall Street Journal articles to continue in my efforts to warn of the attacks against our most basic freedoms.
Two years ago Fab 32 was an idea on a piece of paper. Today it is a $3 billion factory that will help the world’s largest chipmaker stay competitive.
Arizona will pick up only one additional congressional seat as the growth spurt of the early part of the decade sputtered at the end.
At first glance, belonging to a church that is completely independent and free of outside control may seem ideal.
The Paradise Valley church where the late Sen. Barry Goldwater worshipped and where his ashes are interred, where renowned broadcaster Hugh Downs was last Sunday’s lay leader, has worked out an agreement with Arizona’s Episcopal bishop to transfer pastoral oversight to a New Mexico bishop “whose views more closely reflect that of the parish.”
A farmer would be horrified over the notion of an Arizona coyote being assigned to watch over his chicken coop. Arizonans should be worried that some public officials think they should be responsible for watching over themselves.