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don evans 22 hours, 37 minutes ago on 907 The latest news on the UK referendum on leaving the European Union.

Gee, do you think the Brit's finally had enough of EU world Globalism subservience. Tired of self important arrogant political elites telling the people they know what's best for them and implementing economic and social policies dictated by power brokers in other EU nations. And last but not least, the directed intentional changing of the British culture and loss of sovereignty by policies of un controlled foreign immigration. The majority who refuse to assimilate. Does this sound familiar to what's going on in our country? I think it does.


don evans 23 hours, 5 minutes ago on Orlando: Is More Gun Control the Answer?

Text of the 10th Amendment The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.


don evans 23 hours, 18 minutes ago on Orlando: Is More Gun Control the Answer?

Total Text of the 2nd Amendment:

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

Not very long is it. Sounds like the founding fathers used a lot of basic common sense on this one, for their current times, and any time in our nations future. The "militia" IS the common man citizen. Not the US Federal Military, not the Police, not a State National Guard. It is my belief that the term "a well regulated" does mean that types of Arms that can be possessed, can be restricted, by a common majority consensus of the people, through their government representatives. (EX. Grenades, bombs, machine guns) I think that has been accomplished by current Federal and State laws, as agreed to by the people. A famous response by President Clinton during his impeachment hearings was "It depends on what IS means." That is what is being attempted by those who wish to water down, change, and re-define the clear and concise language of the simply written 2nd amendment. This is why it is the second amendment in order of importance to the Constitution and rights guaranteed to, we the people. And the emphasis is at the end, "shall not be infringed." Sounds very clear to me.


don evans 1 day, 21 hours ago on 885 Do you find this as scary as I do?

In the quest for diversity and inclusiveness, I invite the top 20 UK list to relocate to Payson, AZ. Sounds like they would assimilate quite well in our local driving culture!


don evans 1 day, 22 hours ago on Orlando: Is More Gun Control the Answer?

Big Crossroads of the West Gun Show in Mesa this Friday, Sat,Sun. 6-24,25,26 9Am to 5PM. Located at Centennial Hall 201 N. Center Street, Mesa. Just East of Country Club (Hwy87). I call on Mr. Hansel and like minded individuals to attend on the day of their choice. That way they can validate their perceptions of the average American Citizen legal gun owners. You know, the Presidents and liberal media described, white, racist, Bible clinging, pick up truck owners who have to be denied their 2nd amendment rights of gun ownership. They are the real threat after all. Not the terrorists, not the criminals among us, not the politicians obsessed with power and control. See ya there.


don evans 1 day, 22 hours ago on Roundabout planned near high school

I think Pat is on to something. Why is it necessary for High School students to drive off campus for a (45min?) lunch break period. Is the school campus so oppressive that they need to leave it for their psychological well being? If they don't like the cafeteria food, brown bag it. What about the unnecessary global warming, pollution, and wasted fuel, caused by their vehicle carbon emissions? And rushing back in local traffic to school, at the last possible minute. Also Meria's low cost high tech idea of a crosswalk at the intersection is brilliant. Oh no, we need an expensive traffic study done by pointy head officials who need something to do to justify their existence.


don evans 4 days, 22 hours ago on Orlando: Is More Gun Control the Answer?

Just to lighten things up a bit, I saw a new political bumper sticker yesterday on a car. It said in big black letters, "Billary is Transgender!". Yes, with a "B". I had to pull over and compose myself.

As for Lawyers> Among the lies about himself Obama consistently repeats is that he was a constitutional law professor.

Lie one: Obama was never a professor; he was a lecturer. He did not have the qualifications to be a professor. Obama never published a single law paper. He was hired by the University of Chicago when they learned he had been given a book contract on race and law directly after graduating from Harvard. There was no book – just the contract, which he later reneged on. This is not the normal level of accomplishment for a University of Chicago professor or even lecturer.

Obama was not capable of writing, and eventually, after failing to deliver, he changed it to a memoir, which he also struggled with. Finally, he asked Bill Ayers to write his memoir for him, using tapes that Michelle dropped off at the Ayerses'.

Lie two: Obama did not specialize in the Constitution. Obama cared about and taught only one subject: race. One course was about race in the Constitution. It is on this flimsy basis that he attempts to pawn himself off as a constitutional scholar.

As the New York Times explains, Obama the lecturer taught three subjects only: "race, rights and gender." His most traditional course was in the due process and equal protection areas of constitutional law. His voting rights class traced the evolution of election law, from the disenfranchisement of blacks to contemporary debates over districting and campaign finance. …His most original course, a historical and political seminar as much as a legal one, was on racism and law…

In what even some fans saw as self-absorption, Mr. Obama's hypothetical cases occasionally featured himself. "Take Barack Obama, there's a good-looking guy," he would introduce a twisty legal case.

Liberals flocked to his classes[.] … After all, the professor was a progressive politician[.]

Lie three: Obama calls himself a constitutional law prof to imply that he loves the Constitution. Obama gives the lie to this himself. He is on record – literally, a radio interview done when he was a lecturer – slamming the Supreme Court's interpretation of the Constitution because they never tried to invent a right to "redistribute wealth" – a failing he describes as a "tragedy of the civil rights movement." Obama laments the constraints on government power (what we would call liberty) imposed by our Constitution. Obama himself contrasts following the Constitution with being a community organizer, creating "coalitions of power," which could "redistribute wealth" and create "economic justice." The vast majority of the Senate and House are...drum roll...LAWYERS!


don evans 4 days, 23 hours ago on Obama shameful

Just to lighten things up a bit, I saw a new political bumper sticker yesterday on a car. It said in big black letters, "Billary is Transgender!". Yes, with a "B". I had to pull over and compose myself.


don evans 6 days, 23 hours ago on Payson police raise may slow turnover, complaints

Yeah, let Billy Bob and his toothless sidekick deputy Vern respond. All they need is a six pack and some chew to spit.