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Towns’ logos define to the world who and what they are Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Thursday, 11 September 2014 14:40
What defines a town? Its residents have scores of opinions and ideas about defining the character of their hometowns and what outsiders should know.

Town symbols connect residents to a commonality that both shows their...

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With primary over, voters now prepare for general election Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Friday, 29 August 2014 16:46
The primary election is now behind us, so now partisan candidates from the Americans Elect, Democratic, Libertarian, Republican parties and independent candidates will vie for the ever-important moderates who decide...

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First Amendment protects Americans’ right to tape police Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 14:44
Freedom of speech is the bedrock of our republic, protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution. Americans are protected from government censorship and courts have ruled that constitutional right extends to...

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We must listen to the lessons our ancestors still teach Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Wednesday, 13 August 2014 13:31
Last week, the administration building at Fort Verde State Historic Park in Camp Verde underwent some renovations to repair the crumbling adobe exterior, which was under assault from gophers.

Late last month, Tuzigoot...

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Every single vote matters, especially in local elections Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Wednesday, 30 July 2014 08:32
In previous years, local elections would kick off in the spring and conclude in the early summer. Council elections were also divorced from other ballots, meaning voters had one campaign on which to decide, be it for...

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When running for office, don’t yell at children of voters Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 09:51
During election season, voters are used to seeing candidates doing dumb things to win office. Stupid comments, gaffes and awkward videos go viral and guillotine campaigns. But at least such foolishness doesn’t happen in...

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Privacy comes at a cost, but that price is not negotiable Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Friday, 18 July 2014 13:24
The Supreme Court of the United States entered the 21st century on June 25 with a unanimous ruling on two cases involving cellular phones and privacy.

The court essentially ruled that the information stored on a cell...

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The experiment in freedom is why we celebrate July 4th Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Thursday, 10 July 2014 13:42
While the Declaration of Independence established our nation in 1776, it did not immaculately conceive the country we know today. The formation of our founding documents were the product of fervent debate, petty squabbles...

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