Why is it that some lies are so difficult to rebut? One reason: eviscerating untruths is made infinitely harder when the media is complicit in perpetuating them.For many years, I've written about the ties between ex-state Senate President Russell Pearce (who believes it's the Legislature's "duty" to ... More >>
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