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VOL. 21  ISSUE NO. 26   |    JULY 1 – 7, 2015

News

Without fanfare, divided SCOTUS creates law out of thin air

Thomas stated, ‘Making the same mistake in different areas of the law furthers neither certainty nor judicial economy. It furthers error.’

WASHINGTON – There was a lot of fanfare and media attention given to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) ruling, with U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) Chief Justice John Roberts, bailing out Obamacare for the second time now, delivering the opinion of the 6-3 court by claiming the wording that plainly states health care exchanges “established by the state” is ambiguous and really means established by the state or federal government.


• Muslim Brotherhood and Communist plans for America
• Goldwater Institute on King v. Burwell decision
• Weekly Arizona Border Report
• Obituary : Ralph Harold Zeller
• Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park Officially Purchased by Arizona State Parks
• Senate Commerce Committee urged to support Cruz Amendment to Dotcom Act
• The AARP America doesn’t know
• Supreme Court declines to review proof-of-citizenship case
• U.S. requires Four Corners Power Plant on Navajo Nation to reduce emissions
• BLM reports record low number of threats in 2014


Opinion

my view by don sorchych'MY VIEW'   |   BY DON SORCHYCH

SCOTUS

While driving to work on Friday, I was stunned to hear the Supreme Court had ruled 5-4 to make gay marriage legal. And yesterday they ruled 6-3 in an Obamacare matter strengthening federal government control of healthcare.



Boombox by Dixon Diaz


Guest Editorials:

• America’s remaining choices – civil disobedience or collapse   |  BY Lawrence Sellin, PhD
• Constitutional Carry the answer?  |  BY Don Bitler
• The emperor is still naked   |  BY RoseAnn Salanitri
• The liberal mind – A thing of wonder  |  BY Dwight Kehoe


Letters to the Editor


Business

gazpachoCooler summer fare now offered at Summit Diner

SCOTTSDALE – It’s vacation season! Who feels like cooking? For the majority who said “Not me!” remember, the Summit Diner is open all summer.


• When it’s hot, the folks at Ice Man Cooling & Heating will help keep you chill
• Business to Business
• Real Estate : Featured Property
• Consumers gain access to 'heart' of CFPB Complaints
• Factory employment in Arizona remains steady


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