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VOL. 22  ISSUE NO. 17


Marching to dysphoria

RICHMOND, Va. – On Tuesday, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals published a split opinion in the case of G.G. (aka Gavin Grimm) v. Gloucester County School Board, reversing the district court’s dismissal and remanding the case back to consider certain hearsay evidence in order to consider a preliminary injunction.

DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday
Free and Equal Elections urges resolutions to ensure Super Delegates reflect will of popular vote
Release of special report on ICANN and the Internet giveaway
Retired judge and former Mayor Boyd Dunn to run for Arizona Corporation Commission
Reps. Salmon and DeSantis introduce constitutional amendment to hold Washington accountable
Border Report: Agents arrest two men convicted for sex crimes against children
Sen. Allen calls for schools to respect parents over assessment concerns



Our culture has gone to hell!

The cultural “revolution” happened so slowly we have been caught flatfooted.

As a depression baby I wouldn’t think of doing what people do today. My parents' teaching, my high school and college, my military experience and my religion all played a part in what I think is right or wrong.

But our children today are being educated principally in public schools where history is seldom taught and most educators are Democrats who share a twisted history of the United States as does the angry president Hussein.

Guest Editorials:

• Want to win in November? Save voters from Obamazoning | By Dustin Howard
Putin sends a message to Obama | By Dr. Earl Tilford
What’s the Deal with a $15 Minimum Wage? | By Dr. Tracy Miller
OPEC can't agree on production cut thanks to Iran nuclear deal | By Robert Romano



ASDB’s Phoenix Day School for the Deaf students crowned national champions in Gallaudet's Battle of the Books contest!
PHOENIX – Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind (ASDB) Interim Superintendent Marv Lamer proudly announced today that ASDB’s Phoenix Day School for the Deaf (PDSD) triumphed again at Gallaudet University’s National Battle of the books contest held in Washington, D.C. For the second year in a row, PDSD’s Buff Team won the national championship in its division. The Buff division is comprised of students with the highest reading proficiency levels. The PDSD Green Team earned fourth place in the national competition.

Summer is super At ECS
Himuti's Legacy Will Live On
"Hooked" heroin documentary wins prestigious radio award
2016 is the 50th anniversary of SCOTUS Miranda v. Arizona ruling
Thrift Shop benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale is Re-Opening its doors
TNF Cave Creek Ranger District Office now open


Pet News: Please don’t “rescue” baby wildlife: you are likely doing more harm than good
Mullet Over: A 28 pound rainbow trout
God Bless America: Think twice short stories!
Horoscope: Stargazer by Vivian Carol
• Book Nook: Climate change