May 15, 2022

Arizona Politics

Players the same, but district numbers shuffled in House redistricting – Cronkite News

Illustration: Congressional campaigns are often compared to horse races, but in Arizona the jockeys and the horses were scrambled this year. Even without moving, seven of the state’s nine House members landed in newly numbered districts after redistricting. (Illustration by Camila Pedrosa/Cronkite News) If you live in Arizona’s 5th Congressional District or 8th Congressional District,

History

HOLY COW! HISTORY: A Dog’s Fond Farewell

If you’re of a certain age (Baby Boomers take note; I’m talking to you), you’ll recall a hit TV show’s conclusion. For seven seasons throughout the 1960s, “Petticoat Junction” ended with an antique steam train chugging through the countryside as closing credits were plastered over it. A dog was seen running along the tracks, gamely

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: The Hunting of Texas Campus Conservative Kelly Neidert – Michelle Malkin

Most graduating college seniors in America are in high spirits this month as they prepare for cap-and-gown ceremonies and extended family celebrations. But for Kelly Neidert, a firebrand campus conservative and marketing major at the University of North Texas in Denton, commencement is no ordinary rite of passage filled with joy and laughter. Having faced

Mass Shootings

10 dead in Buffalo supermarket attack police call hate crime

A white 18-year-old wearing military gear and livestreaming with a helmet camera opened fire with a rifle at a supermarket in Buffalo, killing 10 people and wounding three others Saturday in what authorities described as “racially motivated violent extremism.” Police said he shot 11 black and two white victims before surrendering to authorities in a

U.S. Supreme Court

Clarence Thomas says abortion leak has changed Supreme Court

Justice Clarence Thomas says the Supreme Court has been changed by the shocking leak of a draft opinion earlier this month. The opinion suggests the court is poised to overturn the right to an abortion recognized nearly 50 years ago in Roe v. Wade. The conservative Thomas, who joined the court in 1991 and has

Ukraine Invasion

Ukraine: Russians withdraw from around Kharkiv, batter east

Russian troops were withdrawing from around Ukraine’s second-largest city after bombarding it for weeks, the Ukrainian military said Saturday, as Kyiv and Moscow’s forces engaged in a grinding battle for the country’s eastern industrial heartland. Ukraine’s military said the Russian forces were pulling back from the northeastern city of Kharkiv and focusing on guarding supply

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