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Monthly Archives: June 2011
By PABLO GORONDI, Associated Press BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — A statue of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan was unveiled Wednesday in Hungary’s capital, where he was honored for his leadership in helping to end communism. The bronze 2-meter (7-foot) likeness … Continue reading
Forget “atonement”, celebrate your nations Independence! Attend a parade of gas guzzling vehicles, fire up the charcoal grills, eat a ton of potato salad, a side of beefs worth in hamburgers, attend the Railhead shooters competition and be sure to … Continue reading
This may be one of the opportunities we’ve been looking for and possibly why Coconino County is piling on the tax increases, here and here. Coconino County may realize this will make the 2012 ballot as an initiative. Lynne Weaver … Continue reading
Williams regrettably has to cancel the fireworks show because of forest conditions, according to Mayor Moore. There is still plenty to do until the Independence Day parade at 4 pm. The Swap Meet will be open on the west end … Continue reading
By Chuck Baldwin June 30, 2011 NewsWithViews As we enter another Independence Day weekend, I think it would be good to remind ourselves of who those men were that counted the cost and paid the price to bring this land … Continue reading
Today (June 23, 2011) marks six years since the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its disastrous decision in Kelo v. City of New London. By radically altering the traditional meaning of “public use”—parks, schools, and roads—to include “economic development,” a … Continue reading
Federal land managers under the gun of the Endangered Species Act responsible for destruction of over 300,000 acres of border wild lands
“A Kalispell resident was sentenced to one year of probation for illegally cutting down 5 trees on public lands. Ronald Brandt, 60, was sentenced in Missoula federal court Wednesday morning and is facing $450 in fines.” So, Forest Service policy … Continue reading
June 29, 2011 By Shane Wikfors Courtesy: Sonoran Alliance Tea Party take note! This redistricting process will carve the Legislative and Congressional Districts in Arizona for the next 10 years – or will force the process into the courts for … Continue reading
Oped by Glen Davis It was actually on July 2nd that the Continental Congress ratified and signed the Declaration of Independence. This momentous event inspired John Adams to write home to wife Abigal: “The Second Day of July 1776, will … Continue reading