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I wish I could claim the title as my own, but it was first used in 1729 by the Anglo-Irish writer Jonathan Swift.

It’s clear that a majority of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals believes Republicans in the Arizona Legislature are racist. A ruling issued Monday that overturns the state’s “ballot harvesting” law says as much.

Amidst the Washington, D.C., impeachment hysteria, the Trump administration has taken aim at the lowest hanging fruit among immigration abuses — birth tourism. It’s an underground cottage industry, often criminal, where unscrupulous hotel owners that cater to specific ethnicities advertise a…

We’re writing this Sunday, two days before the start of the impeachment trial of the president. Which means we have no idea how things have gone thus far.

Seems Greenlee County Sheriff Tim Sumner, is having some kind of issue with one of his deputies. In an effort to attract an on-duty officer’s attention, Sumner zoomed past her at 106 mph, after first creeping along at a modest 30 mph (“Sheriff Sumner named in grievance for harassment, speedi…

Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019, was a somber day in American history. When I was elected to represent Arizona’s First Congressional District in the House of Representatives, I did not expect to be voting on impeachment.