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GOP primary race for Alabama Senate seat turns bitter

Photo: Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., speaks with reporters Alabama’s Republican primary for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby has become a bitter high-dollar contest with the three strongest contenders jockeying for the nomination. The leading candidates are U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks who won — and then lost — former

Events

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum – Meet Your 2022 Candidates!

Judy Burges – LD1 Candidate for Arizona State House of Representatives I like to call myself a true unapologetic “Constitutional Conservative” throughout my fifteen years of service in the legislature.  I am a “We the People” Christian candidate that has a proven history supporting Constitutional freedoms such as: the 2nd Amendment, less government, lower taxes,

Events

Yavavpai Republican Men’s Forum Luncheon on November 8th, 2021

For the November 8th Luncheon we will have four candidates running for some of the top offices in Arizona.  This is your chance to listen to and meet with these candidates.  We need the best Republicans filling these positions so that on the Federal and State level we are able to regain and control our

Opinion

Opinion: No, the Senate Infrastructure Bill is Not a Waste of Money

The Senate infrastructure bill is getting beat up in the media. If you read it, it’s not a waste of money, and it will be a victory lap for President Joe Biden once he signs it into law. But for now, it looks like this: If you’re anti-Democrat, you hate it because it is a

Opinion

Opinion: PRO Act is One Big Con for Arizona Retailers

Retailers of all shapes and sizes across the Grand Canyon State have been working hard to help local communities return to normal, re-opening their doors, re-igniting job growth, and re-investing in their own operations in order to continue supporting a stronger, more resilient economy across the state. That’s why it is particularly disheartening to hear

Politics

GOP poised to block bipartisan probe of Jan. 6 insurrection

Photo: Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Senator Richard Burr (R – N.C.) Senate Republicans are poised to block the creation of a special commission to study the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, dashing hopes for a bipartisan panel amid a GOP push to put the violent insurrection by Donald Trump’s supporters behind them.

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