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SAGUARO LAKE, ARIZ. — This is the country of the far horizon. Even with all the growth Arizona has experienced — this was the fastest-growing state in the last decade — the desert seems to reach on forever, the mesas and buttes turning red and blue and, reflecting the state’s new political p…

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What’s your story? The one you’ve been learning all your life, that tells where you’ve been, where you’re going, what you’ve learned along the way, who you’ve loved, who you are and hope to be someday?

These days, the news is dominated by reporting on the Russian threat to Ukraine, by increasing fatigue with COVID restrictions across the United States and by the continuing rise of inflation. All of those are indeed newsworthy, but another newsworthy subject — the mess on the U.S.-Mexico bo…

It’s no secret we live in an era of relativism. What’s right for you may not be right for me. You do you. Whether things are black and white or fifty gradients of gray, I can definitively say that you can justify your opinion with a quick Google query. Certainly, everyone can’t be right, can they?

One of the most contentious claims Donald Trump ever made was his insistence that he had been the target of spying. He made the charge in several different ways. For example, in March 2017, Trump, just two months in office, tweeted: “Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ …

Jerry Seinfeld has an old comedy bit about how people fear public speaking more than they fear dying. “So that means if you’re at a funeral you’d rather be in the casket than giving the eulogy!” Seinfeld quips at the end of the joke. While this may still be the case, I’d like to discuss diff…

There is a wrenching debate going on inside the Republican Party over the simplest of questions: Should the party look backward or forward? Just because a question is simple does not mean the answer is easy, and indeed, as the 2022 and 2024 elections approach, the backward-or-forward questio…

At some point, every person thinks about making his mark — leaving his legacy in this world. Because I tend to think literally, I have always thought it would be cool to have a geographical feature named after me. I’m not asking for an ocean or anything, but I wouldn’t be opposed to a street…

Most of us see President Joe Biden’s falling job approval rating as a measure of his declining popularity. But for every candidate, Democrat or Republican, running for the House or Senate this year, Biden’s numbers mean political life or death. That is because the president’s job approval ra…

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