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  1. When we mock the political passion of young people, we reveal the worst part of ourselvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Arkansas Times

    There are times when I think that the need to savagely ridicule young people is a sign of intellectual and spiritual bankruptcy. At other, more charitable times, I just put it down to the tendency of "social" media to bring out the churlish in so many people.


  2. Lawmakers Accuse Feds Of 'Stealth Land Grab' To Stop An Arizona Mining ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | The Daily Caller

    The National Parks Service may be trying to stop an Arizona mining project by quickly and quietly creating a historical district on federal lands that would make such projects much harder to get approved. Federal lawmakers have sent letters to NPS demanding answers and have expressed worry the agency's move is yet another attempt at a "stealth land grab" by federal official.


  3. ' Congressman of the Month - Paul GosarRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2013 | FreedomWorks

    Government goes to those who show up. FreedomWorks makes it easy to hold your elected officials accountable in our fully interactive Action Center.


  4. "Should I stay or should I go?" When four minutes can seem like a lifetime . . .Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | Arkansas Times

    At first it was difficult to figure out if this was a 21st Century version of Thomas Jefferson's "A Dialogue between the Head and Heart," or one of those inane Facebook posts where someone just types the most recent thing they had which passed for a thought. A young man had gotten off a University of Arkansas bus, and was waiting for another, so that he might continue his odyssey.


  5. Cruz edging Paul with House conservativesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | The Hill

    Ted Cruz is beating Rand Paul in the race for the hearts - and endorsements - of the ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus. The Kentucky Republican initially had an edge on Cruz after a flurry of big names backed his White House bid last year.


  6. Lawmaker who sought to oust Boehner endorses CruzRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | The Hill

    Rep. Mark Meadows, the North Carolina Republican who led the charge to oust former Speaker John Boehner last year, is endorsing Ted Cruz for president. The endorsement from Meadows, one of the founding members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, comes just a few days before the Iowa caucuses, where Cruz is fighting for first place against his chief rival, Donald Trump.


  7. How about a political candidate who urges folks to read more books, magazines and newspapers?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Arkansas Times

    Yes, I know, the trouble with that is that so often a person can't leave well enough alone, and not only urges you to read more, but has a lengthy list of unreadable tomes which you simply must read if you are to be a good citizen in the 21st Century. As for myself, I really don't care what a person reads, as long as they read.


  8. Remuda Ranch at The Meadows Hosts Visit from Arizona Congressman Paul GosarRead the original story

    Monday Jan 25 | PRWeb

    Staff from Remuda Ranch at The Meadows hosted a meeting with United States Representative Paul Gosar on January 4, 2016. During his visit, he learned more about eating disorders and discussed how potential legislation through the Anna Westin Act could help those struggling with eating disorders receive the life-saving treatment they need.


  9. The endorsements scorecardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Power Line

    How important are endorsements by office holders when it comes to nominating a presidential candidate? I think the conventional wisdom is that this year, at least on the Republican side, they won't count for much. On the other hand, Aaron Bycoffe of FiveThirtyEight cites research showing that in presidential nomination contests between 1980 and 2004, early endorsements by members of the party elites were the most important cause of candidate success in the state primaries and caucuses.


  10. Some think the special residency status given to Cuban immigrants should change.Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2015 | Florida Trend

    The Cuban Adjustment Act, passed during the Lyndon Johnson administration, was intended to conform U.S. law to the reality of Fidel Castro's consolidation of power on the island: 260,000 Cuban refugees had come to the United States and weren't going back. The law gave them residency status, which put them on an accelerated road to citizenship.


  11. Lawmaker: The market will correct itselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Fox News

    Jan. 20, 2016 - 3:38 - Rep. Paul Gosar, (R-Ariz.), on China fears adding to market problems and what he thinks about Ted Cruz.


  12. Combined economic riders and defunding bill should unite House GOPRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | The Hill

    House Republicans left dozens of important policy riders and measures that defund various parts of the Obama agenda on the table during the failed omnibus negotiation, but that doesn't mean that their work should go for naught. Rep. Ken Buck is bringing together many of the most important economic riders into a single bill, The Article I Consolidated Appropriations Amendments of 2016, to keep these issues at the top of the agenda rather than losing the value of the hard work done last year to rein in President Obama's pen-and-phone approach to governance.


  13. Supervisors pay for role in water rights negotiationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | The Kingman Daily Miner

    Mohave County Supervisors are determined to have a voice in the Bill Williams River settlement to transfer water rights to Freeport Minerals' mine in Yavapai County. The board unanimously approved a motion by Supervisor Hildy Angius on Jan. 4 to sign a non-disclosure agreement for the county to participate in the second phase of water rights negotiations with the Hualapai Tribe.


  14. House GOP Gets Its a Bold Conservative Agendaa as Fear of Cruz...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | National Review Online

    Ryan's agenda is as much about moving the congressional GOP from an opposition party to what he likes to call a "proposition party" as about fashioning a bulwark against a potentially divisive nominee. Conversations among members before now have largely lumped Trump and Cruz together.


  15. War on Coal Obama administration halts new leases to probe feesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Fox News

    The Obama administration announced Friday it will temporarily halt new coal leases on federal lands until it completes a comprehensive review to determine whether fees charged to mining companies provide a "fair return" to taxpayers. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, on a conference call, stressed that the move "is not a pause on coal production" entirely -- but will give the government time to study the benefits of coal as well as its impact on the environment.


  16. Government to announce halt on new coal leasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | The Item Extra

    The Obama administration will announce a moratorium Friday on any major new coal leases on federal lands until it completes a comprehensive review of whether the fees charged to mining companies provide a fair return to American taxpayers and reflect coal's impact on the environment. An administration official says companies will continue to be able to mine the coal reserves already under lease.


  17. 2016: Year of now, or no?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | The Hill

    Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor, published in 1602, is cited as the origin of the saying: "Third time's a charm." What about fourth and so on? Well, like the Powerball, we keep hoping that the next one will be the winner.


  18. Huckabee joins the Republicans with questions about Cruza s eligibilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | The Washington Post

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  19. Letter: Don't revoke Cosby's Medal of FreedomRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | The Star

    In 2002, President George W. Bush awarded Bill Cosby the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The Medal of Freedom is the United States' highest civilian honor.


  20. Poll: Most in West favor fed protection for public landRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2016 | USA Today

    The poll found that most voters in the Rocky Mountains and Southwest oppose transfer of federal lands to the states. Poll: Most in West favor fed protection for public land The poll found that most voters in the Rocky Mountains and Southwest oppose transfer of federal lands to the states.