Posts Tagged ‘ arizona ’

Let none remain unknown

December 6, 2020
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Type “Pearl Harbor vet returns home Joplin Globe” into Google and the headlines and their stories pop up, one after another: Funeral planned for Baxter Springs sailor who died at Pearl Harbor (Sep 2, 2020) BAXTER SPRINGS, Kan. — A Baxter Springs sailor who was killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor and who...

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Arizona common sense vs California liberalism

March 10, 2012
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Arizona common sense vs California liberalism

Arizona’s common sense will trump California’s liberalism every day, every night, every time. Today I present another installment in the semi-regular, every now and then, whenever I feel like it, series of  “inbox” posts.  This one plays particularly well with my favorite phrase:  “Why do they call it “common” sense with it’s so f*%$ing...

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Arizona debate: Romney rights the ship, stays on course for nomination

February 23, 2012
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Arizona debate: Romney rights the ship, stays on course for nomination

The cast was smaller but the stakes couldn’t have been bigger as the four remaining candidates for the Republican nomination for President met in Mesa, Arizona last night for yet another debate along the road to the convention. Hosted by CNN’s John King , the setting was more relaxed than past debates with candidates...

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