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Column | There’s No Such Thing as Personal Information

Your personal information is most likely out there for criminals to use.

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Column | Too familiar with cancer

October is cancer awareness month, and I can’t help but reflect on the effects these deadly diseases have had on my family and me.

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Column | Clinton is flirting with irrelevancy

For a public official or a candidate, nothing is quite so dispiriting as an election loss.

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Column | All news is local news

There used to be 324 newspapers in the state of Pennsylvania.

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Column | Another misfire from the gun control crowd

There are two predictable responses to any mass shooting.

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Column: Federal government needs to get out of the way

The hurricane devastation is severe. What should the federal government do?

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Column: If Democrats really cared

After every mass shooting, the left always invites us to join them in their insanity to participate in yet another circular argument about gun control.

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County Corner | Sheriff Doug Schuster gives an update on his department

Sheriff Doug Schuster here with the latest edition of the Mohave County Corner.

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Column | Guns & knee-jerk politics

Today I’m counting my blessings.

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Column | Roads and water system issues means it’s time to get busy

Many years ago I had the pleasure of reading one of my all-time favorite books, Studs Terkel’s “Hard Times.”

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Column | The power of good

This week, an evil human being murdered nearly 60 Americans and wounded more than 500 others in Las Vegas.

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Column | Building bridges in and to the future

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao is leading the fight to make public-private partnerships for infrastructure projects a reality at a time when they are sorely needed.

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Column | Finally! ICE targets sanctuary cities

Because they harbor criminal aliens, sanctuary cities and the debate that surrounds them confound immigration law enforcement advocates.

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Column | The worst mass shooting … until the next one

On one level, the horror perpetrated Sunday night by lone wolf gunman Stephen Paddock, who indiscriminately sprayed gunfire across a country music festival in Las Vegas, defies belief.

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Column | Growing Up In An Era Of ‘Mass Shootings:’ When Death Becomes Normalized

When did “mass shooting” become so normalized?

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Column | Linking Arms, But Not Minds

NFL owners have managed to obfuscate a legitimate protest against police brutality that had, at least briefly, heightened the nation’s consciousness about a serious issue.

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Column | Sick of the NFL? Play Kaepernick-Hole

Every time NFL players take a knee during the national anthem, they pierce the hearts of patriotic Americans and military families, including mine.

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Column | The Strategy of Going Too Far, Even If Not Purposefully

There’s a running argument on the right these days.

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Column | Insults That Threaten Future Generations

Considering the severity of the cascade of disasters descending upon us lately, we should thank our lucky stars we’re able to talk about them.

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Column | Sean Spicer Ruins the Party for Liberals

The (liberal) image makeover of Sean Spicer is dramatic, flamboyant and, well, very “Hollywood.”

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Column | Greedy Capitalists Didn’t Rape Venezuela

From the Soviet Union to Cuba, Venezuela, wherever socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish, devastation and failure.

Column | Spending Other People’s Money

I can’t blame them, really. It’s human nature to want something for nothing.

Column | Beyond Trump - Can Americans survive each other?

Two essays this week, by two very different authors, take us deep into the tribalism that marks our politics.

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Column | Kaepernick: When Taking a Knee Is All About Me

If Tim Tebow had taken a knee for Antifa instead of God he might still be in the NFL.

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Column | Today’s scapegoating not so different from ancient societies’

Societies across the world have used scapegoats for centuries.

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