• Why Is The New York Times’ Targeting Marco Rubio?

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    The answer is of course obvious. In my new book The Queen which publishes next week (and which of course can be preordered), I label Marco Rubio as former Secretary of State Clinton's “worst nightmare.” The reasons are explained at length in the book, but HRC has obviously concluded the…

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  • How We Decide To Vote

    Dennis Prager continues his series on left/right differences with a this observation: And feelings — not reason — is what liberalism is largely about. Reason asks: “Does it do good?” Liberalism asks, “Does it feel good?” He goes through any number of excellent examples from the minimum wage debate to…

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  • Solving Latino Educational Gap is critical for Arizona

    Hispanic students today represent nearly 42 percent of total enrollment in our K-12 system. By 2035, the U.S Census estimates that a majority of Arizona will be Hispanic. Yet Hispanic students are less likely than the general population to enroll in either college or graduate school. While 50 percent of…

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  • An untapped asset – PAG

    A few of you may have heard of PAG… if not, it is Pima Association of Governments, our region's metropolitan planning organization. It's an entity you should learn more about. Millions of state and federal dollars flow through PAG and fund short- and long-range transportation projects throughout Pima County. In…

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  • Henry Cisneros – Rebecca Costa

    Henry Cisneros – Rebecca Costa

    Henry Gabriel Cisneros is an American politician and businessman. Cisneros worked as the 10th Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the administration of President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1997. As HUD Secretary, Cisneros was credited with initiating the revitalization of many public housing developments and with formulating…

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  • Media Distortions Fuel Spike in Murders

    Media Distortions Fuel Spike in Murders

    The month of May saw tragic spikes in murder rates in Baltimore, New York, Chicago and other big cities—an alarming reversal of nearly 30 years of progress in reducing violent crime. Irresponsible media coverage of police-tensions with the black community combined with demagogic posing by leftist politicians and agitators to…

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