Monthly Archives: June 2010

Month: June 2010 The King’s Fool

The king sat on his throne in his opulent palace, gazing out over his vast lands and holdings. None but one knew exactly of what he contemplated, but some others thought they could guess. Some of these others had presented him with the finest motor carriages in all the world—those had to be the finest, they reasoned, for they were

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Month: June 2010 Nothing to Fear …

I think Mr. Roosevelt had it wrong. Sometimes, there is more to fear than fear itself. Sometimes, there is a gangster at the door; a criminal in the midst of good people. Sometimes there is more than one. I am afraid. I am afraid for the future of my kids and for the continued prosperity of this nation that we

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Month: June 2010 Uncle Ted Still Rockin’

Ted Nugent, classic American rock icon, and classic American is still rockin’ and rollin’. And not just with his music either. But here in this magnificent experiment in self-government, I am convinced that politics was supposed to be “we the people” Ted’s latest column. Thank you, Ted. And when you coming to Phoenix?

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Month: June 2010 Governor Brewer Meets with President Obama

According to an interview with Governor Brewer after the meeting with the President, Mr. Obama told her that in 2 weeks, he would be sending some of his staff to Arizona to survey the situation of illegal immigrants crossing the border from Mexico into Arizona and to then hold a meeting (obviously they were unprepared for the meeting today with

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