Flags for Our Fallen
RIDERS USA FLAGS PHOTO BY LINDA BENTLEY

Riders U.S.A. (United for a Sovereign America) held its ninth annual Flags for Our Fallen
Memorial Day event at the corner of Cave Creek and Pinnacle Peak roads all weekend
long with a display of more than 260 flags and over 350 ribbons emblazoned
with the names of those who paid the ultimate price.



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Opinion

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

• GREED!
• Council attendance
• Bikers

In the distant past our council had nerve and was willing to make sometimes unpopular decisions. In other words they had guts. But when a large percentage of the population has a certain attitude about anything it should be easy for a council majority to do their will.



Boombox by Dixon Diaz


Guest Editorials:

• Immigration Shutdown Now!  |  BY FROSTY WOOLDRIDGE
• Stupefying Generations of Americans  |  BY ALAN CARUBA
• Medicaid's death tax on the poor  |  BY ROBERT ROMANO
• Offshore drilling: The fiction ensnaring 'conservative' politicians  |  BY BILL WILSON


Letters to the Editor


Business

Booker expands operations to Scottsdale

PHOENIX – Booker, the leading platform for service commerce, announces plans to expand their operations to Scottsdale, Arizona. With headquarters in New York City, and offices in Orange County, Calif. and Singapore, Booker’s decision to grow into Scottsdale at SkySong is a great addition to the companies who have already selected SkySong to grow.


• Arizona’s rural roads have fifth highest fatality rate in nation
• Business to Business


Features

DOGPet News – Summer Fun:  Protecting your pet from the season’s hazards

As summertime approaches and the sun’s rays become more and more intense, people tend to start sweating more and wearing fewer clothes. While your pets may be stuck with their fur coats year-round, there are things that you can do to get them ready for the impending heat.


• Pet of the Week : Glover
• Horoscope : Stargazer by Vivian Carol
• Mullet Over by James White : Twinkie black market crashed
• God Bless America : Catholic gasoline
• Book Nook : Rhonda Ambrose’s new book "Beyond the Door"


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