On This Day In History

On This Day In History

Many of you may have learned about my reverence for history and the project that I launched this year in the opening days for he 53rd Arizona Legislature.  Each and every day, under a point of personal privilege I rose for an “On this Day in History” moment, which came to be appreciated by the members of both caucuses.  I have long been enamored with the quote, “Lacking the light of history the soul is destined to walk in darkness.” (unknown, n.nd.)

Today is such a …

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What They Said v. What They Meant

What They Said v. What They Meant

On the matter of authority.  Once again the Court seizes power not necessiarily granted it under the Federal Constitution (as it did under Marbury v. Madison).  I speak of the intervention of the Court to block POTUS’ travel ban on people coming to America from certain countries, identified by the previous administration as states friendly to promoting terrorism around the globe.  In the twisted logic of this branch challenge, the court wants to apply what POTUS was thinking prior to his taking of office in …

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Now Endorsed by Arizona Right to Life!

Now Endorsed by Arizona Right to Life!

AZ Right to Life Endorses Rep. Mark Finchem

I am pleased to announce that today I received the endorsement of Arizona Right to Life.  In my response to the AZRTL I said, I take the right to life from conception to natural death very seriously, for life is not granted by way of a permission issued by men but a right granted by “natures God”, as the framers of our Constitution so articulately explained.  From the scripture found in Jeremiah, “I knew you before I formed you …

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Hiroshima, Obama, and American Morals

Hiroshima, Obama, and American Morals

Reprinted from Wallbuilders, a source for factual American history.

On August 6, 1945, an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. Seventy-one years later, on May 27, 2016, President Obama visited Hiroshima – the only American president to do since World War II. That blast hastened the end of the War and helped halt further war deaths in the Pacific Theater beyond the 20 million lives already lost. But in his speech, Obama stated:

The scientific revolution that led to the splitting of an atom requires a moral revolution as well. That is why we …

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