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March 15, 2007

If they're not human what are they?

The Case: A Tucson, AZ couple is accused of burying the body of their newborn infant in a back yard. The medical examiner had found the child to be full term or nearly full term at death The Defense: A premature baby is not a human being. Therefore, no crime...
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November 9, 2006

Proposition 107 Deception

Opponents deceived the voters:When supporters of Arizona's Proposition 107 talked about the proposed constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, they talked about protecting traditional marriage from the threat of same-sex unions. When opponents talked about it, they talked about how it would cost some people health insurance benefits, including straight...
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November 8, 2006

Thanks Len Munsil!

Thank you, Len Munsil, for serving the people of Arizona and giving me the opportunity to vote in good conscience for a candidate with honor, integrity and vision....
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November 7, 2006

Napolitano Defeats Munsil?

Give me a break. The polls haven't even closed and the press is declaring Arizona election results:Napolitano's win was based on a statistical analysis of the vote from voter interviews conducted for The Associated Press by Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International.Here's more from the East Valley Tribune:Democratic Gov. Janet...
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Vote Pro-Life

Arizona Right to Life's endorsements, Source: Pro-Life Blogs, More pro-life cartoons at Faithmouse...
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November 6, 2006

Arizona Voters

Important: Read Arizona Right to Life's endorsements, the Center for Arizona Policy's Voter's Guide and the Guide to Arizona Propositions. Check out the endorsements by the Sonoran Alliance:US Senate - Jon Kyl Congressional District 1 - Rick Renzi Congressional District 2 - Trent Franks Congressional District 3 - John Shadegg...
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Arizona: Vote for Len Munsil

Len tells us why:I am a native Arizonan, and I love this state and its people. We have the potential to make Arizona the best, safest and most prosperous place to live in the nation. I am committed to Arizona’s families. My wife Tracy and I have been married more...
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November 2, 2006

Len Munsil for Governor (Video)

Len Munsil takes aim at Janet Napolitano's stand on national security in this campaign ad. The two main criticisms of the governor are that she supports giving drivers licenses to illegal aliens (i.e., free identification) and praised the now infamous 9/11 Memorial that contained anti-American slogans (her response was...
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Kyl vs Pederson on Abortion

Republican incumbent John Kyl faces challenger Democrat Jim Pederson in the upcoming election for U.S. Senate. Partial-Birth Abortion The partial-birth abortion procedure – used from the fifth month on – involves pulling a living baby feet-first out of the womb, except for the head, puncturing the skull and suctioning out...
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Don't Let Judges Redefine Marriage: Yes on Arizona Proposition 107

More Information: Protect Marriage Arizona Previously: The Bankrupt Tactics of Proposition 107 Opponents Vote 'Yes' on AZ Proposition 107 Arizona Proposition 107...
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November 1, 2006

Vote for a Reagan Conservative (Len Munsil)

I appreciate Len Munsil’s latest campaign flyer because it presents a forthright contrast between his positions on key issues and those of Gov. Janet Napolitano. Munsil is a Reagan conservative who reflects the values of the Arizona voter while Napolitano is a Kennedy Democrat, a liberal who was considered...
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Why is she hiding?

Here is the latest from Len Munsil We offered numerous dates and proposed 10 debates with Janet Napolitano. She said she would commit to three. But after the first two debates, she apparently decided she'd had enough and backed out of a third debate.Napolitano’s decision is consistent with her visionless...
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A Few Links for Arizona Voters

How to vote on Arizona’s judges Why now is the time to vote (early) Arizona Right to Life Political Action Committee Endorsements Voter’s Guide County Recorder and Election Offices - Early ballots may be requested from County Recorder's Offices...
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October 27, 2006

The Bankrupt Tactics of Proposition 107 Opponents

Proposition 107 is about keeping marriage between one man and one woman. Opponents use red herrings, scare tactics, exaggerations and misinformation rather than take ownership of their extreme advocacy of gay marriage, a practice the majority of Arizonans oppose. Here’s one example - a sign I passed on my drive...
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October 25, 2006

Vote 'Yes' on AZ Proposition 107

Here's the wake-up call:New Jersey’s highest court today ruled that “there is no fundamental right to same-sex marriage” but gave the legislature six months to create a structure for same-sex couples to receive all the same benefits of marriage. In December, attorneys for the Alliance Defense Fund coordinated friend-of-the-court briefs...
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October 24, 2006

Napolitano: Where's the Vision?

Nine months after taking office in 2003, Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano said she would sign a bill giving driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants. One problem among many with this position is that a driver's license is the main source of identification needed to travel freely within the United States, board...
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October 22, 2006

Arizona's Spending Problem

We have a problem. Arizona's governor has outspent 48 of her peers: A new study gives Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano an "F" grade when it comes to government spending and fiscal restraint. The conservative Cato Institute gives the Arizona Democrat a grade of 43 percent for her spending policies during...
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Calling Arizona Bloggers

Join the Cactus Alliance, an association of pro-life conservatives from Arizona and the greater South-West. Hotazitgets aptly describes the Alliance as sort of the online antithesis to the local liberal print media conglomeration. With elections upon us, it is crucial that bloggers network together and report the news that is...
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October 20, 2006

Arizona Proposition 107

Election Day is just around the corner, and some people have already begun to fill out and return their early ballots. One of the most powerful ways of encouraging people to vote for Prop. 107 is to tell them how important it is to you. Below is a sample email...
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October 19, 2006

What Gov. Janet Napolitano Feeds You

Yes, I'm voting for Len Munsil. HT: Sonoran Alliance...
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June 8, 2005

Stop Gov. Napolitano's Politicization of the Judiciary!

Speculation is rampant that Gov. Napolitano is on the verge of appointing another political crony and long-time left-wing, Democratic political activist to the Arizona Supreme Court. Scott Bales served with Gov. Napolitano in the U.S. Attorney's office, was her Solicitor General in the Attorney General's office, was her gubernatorial campaign...
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May 21, 2005

Near Record Heat in Phoenix

Ok ... now is not a good time to visit the Phoenix area.Tomorrow: Sunny skies. Near record high temperatures. High 112F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.Right now it is 106F....
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February 11, 2005

Eason Jordan Scandal Hits Arizona Talk Radio

Arizona Congressman J.D. Hayworth, guest hosting KFYI's Barry Young program, has just started discussing Eason Jordan's now infamous and inaccurate statements regarding the U.S. military "targeting" and "torturing" journalists. Visit LaShawnBarber for more on EasonGate....
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January 7, 2005

Details Emerge in Case of Missing Arizona Woman

Lorretta Bowersock was originally reported missing by her long-time companion, Taw Benderly, after apparently being dropped her off at a Tuscon shopping mall. [more]. The case became widely publicized because Bowersock is the mother of a well-known Phoenix entrepreneur who has been outspoken about the case, the use of psychics...
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Gilbert, Arizona Priest Loses Job

Gilbert - The Rev. John Cunningham has been fired as pastor at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church in Gilbert, eight months after he was suspended and a month after criminal allegations were made against him. Cunningham's attorney, his brother James, said Wednesday that the priest received a letter from Bishop...
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December 25, 2004

Chile Peppers Decorate Our AZ Christmas Tree

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December 23, 2004

Body Found but Tempe Woman Still Missing

In an unfortunate and bizarre turn to an already sad story, Tempe police found the body of a man Thursday night inside the home of a missing Tempe woman [more]. The discovery was apparently made while checking on the welfare of Taw Benderly, the boyfriend of the missing woman. While...
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December 21, 2004

Police Focus on Friend of Missing Tempe woman

Like many Arizona residents, I’ve purchased furniture from Terri’s Consignment, now a well-known series of Phoenix area furniture stores called "Terri's Consign & Design". The sad news that Terri’s mother, Lorretta Bowersock, has been missing after being dropped off at a Tuscon Mall by her long-time companion came to Valley...
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November 7, 2004

Al Qaeda in Arizona?

For nearly two decades, the most important nexus for international jihad outside of Pakistan and the Middle East has been Arizona. [Arizona Monthly via Kitchen Network]...
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November 2, 2004

Incumbents Sweep Arizona’s Federal Races

Arizona - The Washington Post has given the election in seven out of eight U.S. Congressional races to the incumbent. J.D. Hayworth (Rep), Jeff Flake (Rep), Raul Grijalva (Dem), Jim Kolbe (Rep), Ed Pastor (Dem), John Shadegg (Rep), and Trent Franks (Rep) have all kept their seats, winning by wide...
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McCain Declared Winner in Arizona

Incumbent John McCain (Rep) has been listed the winner of the Arizona senatorial race by the Washington Post....
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Arizona Draws Large Crowds

The main story in Arizona, as in other parts of the country, is the large voter turn out. Polling locations have reported long lines and waits well over one hour. Sen. John McCain made a brief statement after voting earlier today: "I think it is great that we're going to...
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November 1, 2004

Record Voter Turn-Out Expected in Arizona

The Arizona Republic reports the number of registered voters in Arizona rose 470,000, or 21 percent, since elections in 2000. Experts believe three-fourths of those registered might vote in Tuesday's election. In 2002, only 55 percent went to the polls in Maricopa County....
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Pre-Election Summary of the Arizona 2004 Presidential Race

According to the Washington Post, Arizona's 10 electoral votes will be cast in favor of George Bush. Democrats had hoped to make this a presidential battleground, but Bush is in good shape. Sen. John McCain (R) will easily win a fourth term against math teacher Stuart Starky (D). Freshman Rep....
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Arizona 2004 Election Coverage

Election Results: AZ Secretary of State Website News Outlets: East Valley Tribune Arizona Republic Arizona Daily Star Tuscon Citizen CNN Political Parties: Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party Constitution Pary AZ Government Info State Legislature 2004 Propositions Judges Organizations & Info Center for Arizona Policy - Propositions No Bad Judges...
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October 22, 2004

Bush Continues to Lead in Arizona

The Arizona Republic reports that President Bush's lead over Sen. John Kerry has "dropped" to seven points. Survey USA, as reported by the Business Journal, gave Bush an eleven-point lead....
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May 19, 2004

Arizona Christian Listings

The site Arizona Christians is now back online and has been significantly expanded. The goal is to provide a Christian resource for Arizona with a focus on Christian education. Consider adding your Arizona site to the set of links or providing feedback below. Yes, there is a category for blogs...
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March 19, 2004

Arizona Christian Schools

Update: Here is a directory of Christian Schools in Arizona Here are two private Christian schools located in Mesa, Arizona that I can heartily recommend to those interested. First, Faith Christian School (K-12) "is a non-denominational, parent controlled school, founded in 1988 to provide a quality Christian education for Christian...
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February 23, 2004

Superstition Mountain

Before the mountains were born Or You gave birth to the earth and the world, Even from everlasting to everlasting, You are God. Ps. 90:2 Arizona's Superstition Mountain has long been the source of stories and tales about lost gold. Legends of the Dutchman's Lost Gold Mine, Jesuit treasure, Peralta...
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