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Category Archives: Arizona

Guardian Trump

Our naïve and pitiful nation is as I speak being targeted by terrorists here and abroad, and only I can save you from further carnage. An appellate court of three ultra-liberal and traitorous San Francisco judges has temporarily overturned my order to ban people from seven nations poisoned by Islam. They won’t get away with […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Immigration, Joe Arpaio, Mexico

Trump Invades Mexico

This story is from the rousing political book “King Donald”

Also posted in Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Enrique Pena Nieto, Immigration, Mexico

FDR to Trump

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in California, Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Franklin Roosevelt, Japan, Oregon, Washington, World War II

Inside Fire

Last Friday lightning ignites dry hills near Prescott and we twenty guys in Hotshot Crew put on helmets, backpacks, and other gear, preparing to stop or at least limit fire threatening to destroy homes and thousands of acres. We drive into hills and Sunday afternoon turn on chainsaw to rip incendiary chaparral from earth and […]

Also posted in Climate Change, Fires, Global Warming, Short Pieces - GTC

Assessing Yarnell

On June 18 my cousin, Carolynn, a retired nurse living in Prescott, Arizona sent this email: “A wildfire broke out yesterday around noon and came over to my side of the mountain by evening. Fear is not a common emotion for me to feel, but feel it I did as I hurriedly packed to evacuate. […]

Also posted in Climate Change, Fires, Global Warming

Tucson Gun Show

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Cho Seung-Hui, Education, Gabrielle Giffords, Guns, Jared Loughner, Murder, Religion, Tucson

Sarah Palin Shoots Back

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Barack Obama, Gabrielle Giffords, Guns, Jared Loughner, Media, Mental Health, Murder, Radio, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Television, Tucson

From Tennessee to California

In the summer of 1978 I lived in a small old room at the rear of a dreary house in north Sacramento, one of the worst parts of the Golden State’s capital city. Fortunately, I didn’t know I’d have to stay there several more years until a modest inheritance temporarily rescued me, and was delighted […]

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