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An age of information and an era of ignorance Scowled at by some and a confidant to others, Henry Kissinger remains among the most captivating figures of the last one-hundred years. An immigrant, a soldier, a statesman, and a close advisor to some of the world’s greatest leaders, Kissinger has lived a varied life. Nearly…

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Arizonans to vote on giving Dreamers in-state tuition in 2022 

The Arizona House of Representatives passed SCR 1044 on Monday by a 33 to 27 margin, paving the way for Arizonans to vote on giving DACA program recipients in-state tuition at the state’s public universities. It passed along bipartisan lines, with 5 Republican representatives voting for the measure. It had already passed the Senate 17-13…

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Sen. Nancy Barto: Read the Bill! Meeting Pro-Abortion Lies about SB1457 with Facts

Imagine opposing a bill that stops a preborn child from being singled out for abortion simply because he or she has (or may have) a disability?  Imagine voting against a bill that stops abortion clinics from giving vulnerable women abortions-by-mail?  How do you spin that? Deception, misdirection, and outright fabrication, that’s how.  Pro-abortion activists –…

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Vaccinations are slowing down in Arizona (and across America)

Despite America’s large supply of COVID-19 vaccines, the growth of the share of vaccinated Americans is slowing down. Beginning on April 11th, the daily rate of vaccinations in the United States reversed course from increasing daily to decelerating. As of April 28th, approximately 29.5% of Americans are fully vaccinated: over 95,000,000 Americans have received either…

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Biden delivers message of optimism, champions Democratic priorities

President Joe Biden delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, unveiling a sweeping new American vision and painting a portrait of what his presidency means for all Americans. Speaking to a far-from-packed room, President Biden spoke amid the unusual circumstances of the moment: social distancing and mask-donning attendees shed light…

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McCain Institute kicks of 2021 Sedona Forum

The McCain Institute began its 2021 Sedona Forum, a conference comprising leaders in the public and private sectors discussing issues facing Arizona, America, and the world, on Wednesday. Hosted virtually, the conference is available to all without a fee. This year’s forum includes discussions between Cindy McCain, Arizona State University President Michael Crow, Arizona Gov.…

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Arizona did not get a 10th Congressional district. What happened?

Today the U.S. Census Bureau announced that Arizona would retain its 9 Congressional seats, bucking widespread expectations of Arizona receiving a 10th Congressional district. Up until this decision, it was a common expectation among journalists, politicians, business leaders, activists, and politicos that Arizona would be apportioned a 10th Congressional district. After all, Arizona gained around…

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