December 8, 2021

Veterans

U.S. Vets Housing for Low-Income Senior Veterans Needs Donations

In response to a critical need in our community, a generous donor acquired and donated a 5-plex property to U.S. Vets, with the express purpose of housing low-income senior veterans. This new housing project is not associated with a funding source, so U.S. Vets needs help. Many of the veterans who are moving into this

Immigration

Governor Ducey Surges Public Safety Resources To Yuma Sector Southern Border

Governor Doug Ducey today announced a surge and repositioning of Arizona’s public safety resources to address the Biden Border Crisis in Yuma, Arizona. “It’s clear the Biden administration has created a December Disaster at our border,” said Governor Ducey. “As a result of piecemeal policy and a lack of federal involvement, U.S. Customs and Border

Immigration

Joe Biden is Destroying America with His Open Border Policies

Representative Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) issued the following statement condemning Joe Biden for the latest surge of illegal aliens crossing the southern border in Yuma, Arizona. “This week, Arizonans have watched in horror as new pictures and videos depict the latest rush of illegal aliens crossing the border in Yuma. Photos and videos showing

Opinion

Opinion: The Shady Side of Student Loan Forgiveness

As the collective student loan debt in the U.S. surpasses $1.7 trillion, President Joe  Biden’s administration is gearing up to provide over $11.5 billion in student loan relief for nearly 600,000 borrowers. In addition to the fiscal nightmare this will pass onto taxpayers, it has also created a predatory market that thrives on selling student data and

Immigration

Neither side thrilled with immigration reforms in Build Back Better bill

Buried in the $1.9 trillion Build Back Better Plan is $100 billion for immigration reform, money that critics say has no business being in the bill and that migration advocates say does not go nearly far enough. The immigration provisions, which were included in the bill House approved Nov. 19 on a mostly party-line vote,

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