I guess this happens when you hang out with former Jesuit seminary student and Gov. Moonbeam! CA, land of nuts, fruits and flakes, and especially SF. Poor St. Francis, he must spin in his grave.
Hurray! Let's hear it for Chuck, he has made the right decision. Also, since when does the city not like to spend years planning (and spending) for things that never happen? Are we forgetting Rio Nuevo? I am sure Chuck did not.
Another liberal attempt to spin the words of the Pope. He is a master at communication, much like Ronald Reagan, who spoke positively, but did not surrender his core beliefs. If you want confirmation of this, read the canceled interview with CBS' Chris Mathews right before the Pope's election, the Pope ate this guy's lunch and the liberal agenda. Hence, the reason CBS did not run the interview.
Tax lien is a good guess, but it was overrated and overpriced anyway.
Uh, what happened to the previous front runner, Secretary of State Ken Bennett, former President of the AZ Senate and well connected with the GOP grass roots, having been born in Tucson, raised in Prescott, and now living in the East Valley. Sounds like a front runner to me. I might add he is active in NFIB and the Boy Scouts, not known as left wing groups.
A scouter is an adult leader or volunteer.
I wanted to echo the comments above, the plaintiff in the case is now pro-life and I believe a convert to Catholicism. Also, Roe v Wade is the classic case in federal court over reach or pre-emption of states' rights as set down in the Bill of Rights in the 10th amendment. Some 30 states including AZ had anti-abortion laws on the books which were overturned out of thin air by the Supreme Court, which allowed, unknown to a lot of folks in the media, abortion right up until natural birth, i.e., partial birth abortion.
The founder of PP, Margaret Sanger, was a poster child for one Adolph Hitler, who used her books as guides to ridding his 3rd Reich of minorities and Catholics. How did that work?
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