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  • Arizona’s Fresh Start in Mexico

    Governor Ducey launched our recent trade mission trip to Mexico City at a reception where he acknowledged Mexico as our friend and neighbor. I was honored to participate in the Delegation representing our Tucson Hispanic Chamber and affiliated chambers in SierraVista, Douglas and Nogales. Repeatedly during the trip, he spoke…

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  • Latin Tuesday

    Today's Latin Tuesday lesson courtesy of David Wilezol: Non omnia possumus omnes“Not all of us are able to do all things” Vergil, Bucolics 8.63 This passage was chosen in regards to the controversy surrounding Rachel Dolezal and her claim that she is black. Brought to you by www.billbennett.com

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  • ‘Christian Millennials’ — Not an Oxymoron

    Morning in America producer Chris Beach and his colleague Alison Howard have penned a new column for National Review addressing the problem of Millennials leaving Christianity in droves. They offer some solutions for how to get Millennials back to church and how to keep them there: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/419807/christian-millennials-not-oxymoron-chris-beach-alison-howard Brought to you…

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  • GOP Ticket Needs a Woman: Which One?

    GOP Ticket Needs a Woman: Which One?

    For two reasons, Republicans must select a female nominee for Vice President. First, because a woman can play the attack-dog role against Hillary without backlash about sexism and, second, because the GOP must win a decisive majority of white females for any chance of victory. But which female leaders to…

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  • How Rice as Running Mate Could Power Victory

    How Rice as Running Mate Could Power Victory

    Imagine Republicans running against Hillary with the slogan: “Not your grandmother's GOP.” If they choose a young leader, Scott Walker or Marco Rubio for president, and Condaleezza Rice for Vice President, that slogan emphasizes that tired charges of Republican racism no longer work. It also emphasizes the GOP youthfulness advantage:…

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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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