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Nick Russell on February 3rd, 2011

During the Vietnam War, and probably during every war since the first caveman threw the first spear at the guy in the next cave, there has been the truth as those far away perceived things, and the truth that the man on the ground experienced. More than once, during my time overseas, small skirmishes in […]

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Nick Russell on August 24th, 2010

Like most hardcore career criminals, captured Arizona prison escapees John McCluskey and Tracy Province, and their accomplice, Casslyn Welch, have proven that they are not only too  evil to live, which they certainly are, but too damn stupid to live too! News reports of their bloody crime spree reveal that McCluskey, Province, and a third […]

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Nick Russell on July 13th, 2010

Beginning July 1, the State of Utah is cracking down on welfare fraud by reviewing the cases of illegal aliens who are receiving public assistance in the form of food stamps. Under the state’s new policy, food stamps were cut off to some 2,200 families of illegal aliens, and thousands more have had their benefits […]

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Nick Russell on June 28th, 2010

Sixteen year old sailor Abby Sunderland should arrive home in California today, her plan to be the youngest person to sail around the world solo scuttled by another young adventurer who beat her to the title, and her small boat wrecked a violent storm in the Indian Ocean that resulted in a massive rescue effort […]

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Nick Russell on June 10th, 2010

If you think that illegal aliens are only a problem for border states like Arizona and Texas, think again. If you pay taxes, you are paying for the costs of dealing with these illegal trespassers in our country too! While states and the federal government are cutting back on basic services, laying off schoolteachers, closing […]

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Nick Russell on May 30th, 2010

Almost all Americans are familiar with the fact that we once fought a Civil War, but not all that many of them realize that the War Between The States was not about slavery. Slavery was the buzzword, but the real issue was states’ rights. Did the federal government have the right to determine if a […]

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Nick Russell on February 16th, 2010

I didn’t always appreciate the politics of Arizona while I lived here, and in my time publishing small town newspapers, I used a lot of ink pointing out that too many of our politicians on the local, state, and national level were two IQ points short of swinging from vines and eating bananas. But I’m […]

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Nick Russell on November 25th, 2009

There was a time when trade unions were the working man’s salvation. Before unions came on the scene, workers were exploited, they were forced to work in dangerous conditions, and they had no recourse. Speak out against an injustice and you were out the door. There is no question that unions helped shape American labor […]

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