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Like a huge number of current residents of this Arizona paradise, I am also a former Californian.

By Jack Hommel, Miner Blogger June 11, 2019
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An unprecedented event took place when President Donald Trump gave Attorney General William Barr authority to declassify millions of pages of sensitive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court material, investigative documents and related material to assist with the investigation into the genesis of the Trump-Russia investigation.

By Armstrong Williams, National Columnist June 10, 2019
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Breaking his two-year vow of silence, special counsel, professional Boy Scout and part time monk Robert S. Mueller III took time from his busy schedule of transitioning to the public sector and spoke to the country for almost ten whole minutes.

By Will Durst, National Columnist June 10, 2019
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Hello Mohave County, As your elected sheriff, I feel it is very important to keep you informed on law enforcement and public safety matters that occur in and around Mohave County. I would also like invite you to check out the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.

By Doug Schuster, Mohave County Sheriff June 9, 2019
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What was the council being told about? I did not get the whole picture with the briefing.

By Robert Palmer, Kingman resident June 9, 2019
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Earlier this week I traveled to central Illinois to speak at a memorial service at Eureka College, my dad’s alma mater, on the 15th anniversary of his death.

By Michael Reagan, National Columnist June 9, 2019
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Being able to jump into a vehicle and effortlessly cruise to the store, leisure activity or family event 1,000 miles away is a luxury, these days more of a necessity, which makes day-to-day life a little less cumbersome.

By Travis Rains June 8, 2019
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The latest pro-immigration talking point is that since the U.S. has an abundance of wide-open spaces, record legal immigration levels should continue, and perhaps even increase.

By Joe Guzzardi, National Columnist June 8, 2019
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I've been thinking about the concept of universal child care ever since a chance encounter with a mother I'll refer to as Suzy and her youngster whom I'll call Blake.

By Peter Funt, National Columnist June 8, 2019
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When the school year draws to a close, parents begin looking forward to the slower pace of summer – with a less regimented schedule, relaxing family vacations, and a long list of menial household chores to inflict upon the children anytime they mention being bored.

By Jason Graves, National Columnist June 6, 2019
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Twenty years ago this June, when my father’s youngest sister Gwendol passed away, I glanced over at dad during the funeral and thought, “He looks as if he has the weight of the world on his shoulders.”

By Danny Tyree, National Columnist June 5, 2019
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For a president who won his office by denouncing the Middle East wars into which George W. Bush and Barack Obama plunged the nation, Donald Trump has assembled the most unabashedly hawkish conclave of foreign policy advisers in memory.

By Patrick Buchanan, National Columnist June 5, 2019
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I know better – do not swat at or try to kill bees flying around you, especially Africanized bees.

By Charles Bennett, Local resident June 4, 2019
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America’s declining birthrate has given me pause. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of babies born in the United States in 2018 was the lowest in 32 years, continuing what NBC News calls “a decades-long trend toward fewer and fewer babies being born each year.”

By Tom Purcell, National Columnist June 4, 2019
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So, what happens now? According to Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Garrow, FBI surveillance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the late 1950s and early 1960s (the records of which were just released) produced evidence that Dr. King had dozens of extramarital affairs, participated in sex orgies, hired prostitutes, used the most vulgar language to describe his conduct with women and even laughingly looked on while an associate allegedly raped a woman in a hotel room.

By Laura Hollis, National Columnist June 3, 2019
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Whether you’re Republican, Democrat or Independent, can we agree on one thing? Out of simple fairness, can we agree that the presidential candidate who wins the national popular vote in November – across all 50 states and the District of Columbia - should be guaranteed the presidency?

By Stephen Silberstein, National Columnist June 3, 2019
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The Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act (FHSI), the 2019 version, has been reintroduced in the Senate, S. 386, and in the House, H.R. 1044.

By Joe Guzzardi - National Columnist June 1, 2019
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It was written by a teacher in Charlotte, N.C., who stated that at a meeting about how to deal with an armed intruder, someone suggested giving teachers marbles to scatter in hallways to slow the gunman.

By Peter Funt - National Columnist June 1, 2019
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For the first time in our history, Americans now have to consider elections as a national security target.

By Trey Grayson, Guest Columnist May 30, 2019
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Internet privacy. Forget about it.

By Will Durst, National Columnist May 30, 2019
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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.”

By Patrick Buchanan, National Columnist May 29, 2019
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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.

By Dick Polman, National Columnist May 29, 2019
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The American Militia isn’t the National Guard or military reserve.

By Dave Pote, Mohave Valley resident May 28, 2019
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Like most people, I didn’t think much about my Social Security number – until I got a bizarre call from a total stranger.

By Tom Purcell, National Columnist May 28, 2019
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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.

By Lisa Nelson, National Columnist May 27, 2019

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