For the first time in our history, Americans now have to consider elections as a national security target.
Internet privacy. Forget about it.
After a stroke felled Woodrow Wilson during his national tour to save his League of Nations, an old rival, Sen. Albert Fall, went to the White House to tell the president, “I have been praying for you, Sir.”
Justin Amash, a rare Republican congressman who refuses to genuflect at Donald Trump’s feet, has been taking heat lately for daring to speak his mind. But bless his heart, he couldn’t care less.
The American Militia isn’t the National Guard or military reserve.
Like most people, I didn’t think much about my Social Security number – until I got a bizarre call from a total stranger.
Ask someone over the age of 40 what made George Washington so outstanding and you’ll likely get back an answer having something to do with leadership.
To you and me, the meaning of the word “temporary” is generally clear.
Members of the Arizona State Legislature can do their part to vanquish big money in politics and create a level playing field for all who want a say in government.
This week we have one of those rare occasions when government priorities and government funding match exactly. As Fox News reports, “Loose change left at airports may be used to help fund border operations.”
This letter is in response to the issue regarding predator killing contests in Arizona.
Spring in East Texas always announces its arrival with an annual tree-pollen allergy apocalypse, followed by our own version of monsoon season, when most residents consider trading in their pickups for four-wheel drive dinghies.
Not a day goes by in Mohave County that a cry for help isn’t made to a response organization, be it a police or fire department, hospital, mental health clinic or crisis network.
A week from today, Europeans may be able to gauge how high the tide of populism and nationalism has risen within their countries and on their continent.
With the $7,500 tax credit for electric car buyers already in the phase out period for the two biggest manufacturers – Tesla and GM – it’s no surprise that many Democrats in Congress are clamoring to lift the cap and keep the subsidies flowing.
In one of the most compelling scenes of the 2006 movie “Bella,” a handsome and charismatic soccer player named Jose is driving through a New York City neighborhood with his manager, Eduardo, on his way to sign a multimillion-dollar professional soccer contract.
White House senior advisor Jared Kushner’s immigration plan is a direct threat to thousands of U.S. workers with white-collar jobs.
But the difference between those athletes and the current crop of social justice warriors/players is that the heroes from the past broke social barriers and worked toward a more perfect justice by being the best they could be in their fields.
On Sept. 7, 1944, in Besancon, France, Maxwell and his unit were pinned down by heavy machine-gun fire. The Germans, who had closed to within 10 yards of Maxwell’s position, began tossing grenades over a stone fence that Maxwell and his mates were using for cover.
A summer job has become a rite of passage for American teenagers. From scooping ice cream to lifeguarding at the community pool, summer jobs have allowed teens to earn some extra cash before heading back to school in the fall.
The new policies aren’t “one size fits all.” Instead, they’re tailored for different types of Medicare prescription opioid users.
Companies are springing up to offer package deals that are almost exactly like traditional two-person weddings.
As his limo carried him to work at the White House Monday, Larry Kudlow could not have been pleased with the headline in The Washington Post: “Kudlow Contradicts Trump on Tariffs.”
When a shot is fired, when there is an accident on the road, when there is an emergency, without fail the badges in blue show up for us. They strap a gun to their hip every day, leave their loved ones, and go out into our communities to keep us safe and secure. Every day they stand guard against those who break the law.
This is in response to your April 15 article by Don Martin, “Sportsmen better start writing to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission.