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Community View | Moving the farmers market concerns many members of the public

In the interest of accuracy and representation, here is a timeline of recent events as I was involved in them: Multiple members of the public have voiced concern about the location of the Kingman Farmers Market, for varying reasons from the heat to the flag potentially being perceived by some as unwelcoming.

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Column | Who determines ‘Universal Values’?

Is it any of Canada’s business whether Saudi women have the right to drive?

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County Corner | An exciting time of year

Our office is being kept very busy with all of the new construction taking place in our County and around the country with a large increase in the number of documents being recorded. We always appreciate your patience as we continue to grow in volume.

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Opinion | Under Trump, it’s easy to like Ike

The golf clubs in the laundry room at the rear of Dwight Eisenhower’s farmhouse here are perched and ready, as if the 34th president of the United States might come and fetch them at any moment. Eisenhower was a passionate golfer. His valet, Sergeant John Moaney, would be tasked with cleaning them after Eisenhower returned from one of his frequent rounds at the nearby Gettysburg Country Club.

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Community View | Disturbing a ‘peaceful, quiet community’

As you know, several weeks back there was a spoof done here in Kingman in front of a small crowd of Kingman residents by Sacha Baron Cohen, apparently a fairly well-known spoof reporter, wherein he proposed that Kingman was about to become the recipient of the largest mosque in the world outside of Mecca. I did not learn about this until Tuesday.

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Column | Can the beer industry still brew up a comeback?

It’s a drastically different world than when I was working a summertime job during college.

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Letter | #INVESTinEd

I’m not sure our state legislators understand the meaning of the word “support.”

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Column | Is collusion criminal?

In the last two weeks, the Trump administration has begun to make a rather interesting legal argument: Collusion isn’t criminal.

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Column | Home alone no way to work

Just as more private-sector organizations are calling telecommuting workers back to the office, two politicians in Washington hope to encourage federal agencies to allow more government employees to work from home.

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Column | Would war With Iran doom Trump?

A war with Iran would define, consume and potentially destroy the Trump presidency, but exhilarate the neocon never-Trumpers who most despise the man.

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Column | Dolphins and fireworks and toto - oh my!

This year, in my family’s ongoing quest to turn ourselves into an enormous package of extra-salty beef jerky, we decided to take a family road trip to South Padre Island, Texas, for the third summer in a row.

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Column | Being a socialist means never having to say you’re sorry

“So, how are you planning to pay for that?”

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Column | Devin Nunes: From dairyman to disgrace

After railing against the FBI, the intelligence community, and the Department of Justice, the character of Rep. Devin Nunes (R., Calif.), chair of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, is increasingly being called into question.

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Column | D.C. vs Pittsburgh

Washington, D.C., routinely ranks high in surveys on America’s most livable cities, but as somebody who’s been a resident of both areas, I can tell you that Pittsburgh’s a far better place to live.

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Column | News by the numbers

“90% of media coverage of my Administration is negative, despite the tremendously positive results we are achieving.”

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Column | GOP can’t appease the left by caving on key issues

Two House Republicans have chosen to capitulate on major agenda items on the liberal left – and are learning a familiar lesson the hard way.

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Column | Kavanaugh’s audition to join Oracles at Delphi

The Claremont Institute and the James Wilson Institute recently co-hosted a panel discussing “The Kavanaugh Hearing: A Battle of Two Constitutions.” Don’t let the title confuse you.

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Column | In doing nothing, sometimes, you do everything

SOMEWHERE ALONG LONG ISLAND SOUND – From my beach chair, there’s a strong wind blowing in from across the water, rippling the pages of my book, as moisture slowly condenses on the beer bottle at my side.

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Column | Naked vacations: Yes, that’s a thing

According to NBC News, the travel industry’s latest trend is the “nacation.”

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Column | Some 600 detained migrants are pregnant

In as troubling an immigration story as anyone will read this summer, between December 2017 and April 2018, U.S. Border Patrol and other immigration officials detained nearly 600 pregnant illegal aliens

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Column | Facebook’s off the Mark Zuckerberg

Every time Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg opens his mouth he somehow manages to stick his foot in it. It’s not so much what he says that is harmful to both himself and his company, it’s how he says it.

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Column | The policy of unintended consequences

Take, for example, President Trump’s tariff policy. Trump believes that “Tariffs are the greatest,” according to one of his tweets this week. Not only are they the greatest; they prevent us from becoming the “‘piggy bank’ that’s being robbed.”

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Column | Is Putin’s Russia an ‘Evil Empire’?

Russia is “our No. 1 geopolitical foe,” thundered Mitt Romney in 2012, now cited as a sage by liberals who used to castigate Republicans for any skepticism of detente during the Cold War.

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Column | Wearing out longevity’s welcome

Boy, are Americans getting old.

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Column | ​Putin wins, Trump Second, Dems still nuts

Yes, President Trump screwed up in front of the whole world at the Helsinki Summit.

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