Category Archives: national politics

Baja Arizona…a basic primer on America’s 51st (maybe) state

Baja Arizona started off as a joke in the Frumious Bandersnatch 46 years ago…could this be the first state that started with a joke? Press Release February 22, 2011: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Start Our State (SOS) has been formally established … Continue reading

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Equal Access to Justice Act amendment to limit abuse of EAJA passes House

The Equal Access to Judgement Act (EJA) was a good idea when it was first enacted. EAJA gives people the right to sue the federal government and if they win, they get their legal fees and costs. But EAJA has … Continue reading

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National Institute for Civil Discourse to open at University of Arizona

This from the Washington Post: National Institute for Civil Discourse to open at University of Arizona   By Sari Horwitz Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, February 20, 2011; 10:10 PM Former presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush will serve … Continue reading

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Will killing Big Bird eventually be the death of the GOP?

Using the budget crisis to kill programs the GOP doesn’t like Everyone understands we have a severe fiscal crisis at both the state and national levels. And I’d bet most of us would agree that serious cuts and changes are … Continue reading

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Senator Grassley struggles to get to the bottom of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s death and the role of ATF

Senator Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) is like a dog that has gotten his chops on a bone and won’t let go.   Grassley found out that 2 of the weapons found at the site of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s murder … Continue reading

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New York City Mayor launches campaign to reform gun control laws … campaign truck will drive around America … even to Phoenix?

This from the Huffington Post: Bloomberg launches driving campaign for gun control laws New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, co-chair of Mayors Against Illegal Guns, appeared on “Good Morning America” Wednesday to announce a new campaign to raise national awareness regarding … Continue reading

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Free Baja Arizona…. America’s 51st state … it’s time maybe has come

BAJA ARIZONA–AMERICA’S 51st STATE ? An enormous mistake was made on December 30, 1853 when the Gadsden Treaty was signed between the United States and Mexico. The northern part of the Mexican state of Sonora, an area located south of … Continue reading

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