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Planting the Flag in Flagstaff

Planting the Flag in Flagstaff

Flagstaff’s abundant natural resources of water, grass, and timber drew the initial settlers in the 1870s. At the time, there were no fences or rules about grazing livestock and more and more livestock operators moved their herds in. Loggers also arrived to harvest the majestic ponderosa pine forest.

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Value of anonymous speech too often ignored

Virtually all commentators are critical of an organization engaging in political activities without publicly identifying the organization’s donors. The entire vocabulary of the discussion (e.g., “dark money,” “secretive” practices, and “shadowy” organizations) manifests this perspective.

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Marching to the beat of a different drummer

Riggs worked hard to differentiate himself from the GOP field this morning at a governor’s forum held at the Arizona Assn of Counties’ annual meeting, staking out contrary positions on child safety, infrastructure spending, border security, Huppenthal’s plight, tax reform and selection of judges.

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