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Janet Napolitano for President: Yay or Nay?

8 years ago by Matthew Hendley
For some reason, the word on the street is that former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano is "considering" a run for president.The Washington Post reported earlier this week that Napolitano, Obama's Homeland Security Secretary, might be likely to give it a shot if Hillary Clinton doesn't.See also:-Janet Napolitano "Considering" Run for...
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Janet Napolitano for Supreme Court: Yay or Nay?

8 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Vice President Joe Biden thinks former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano is a good fir for the Supreme Court of the United States.Considering the rumor was that Napolitano was on Obama's short list for the spot before, it wouldn't be surprising to see her in the running again, if there were...
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Was Janet Napolitano's Decision to Leave Arizona a Good One?

8 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Yesterday, Janet Napolitano gave her farewell speech as the Secretary of Homeland Security, as she moves on to run the University of California system.It's kind of hard to see the reward (for the rest of us) for her abandoning Arizona in the first place...
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Joe Biden: Janet Napolitano Should Be on the Supreme Court

8 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Vice President Joe Biden thinks former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano should be on the Supreme Court of the United States.If Biden actually believes that, then it looks like he might not have too much sway over his boss, who has nominated two justices to the Supreme Court, neither of them...
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Janet Napolitano Bails From Homeland Security

8 years ago by Matthew Hendley
Former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano is bailing out of the Obama administration.Napolitano announced today that she's stepping down as Homeland Security secretary and will move on to a new job -- president of the University of California...
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Hot Links: Guns, Motorcycles, and Janet Napolitano

11 years ago by Niki D'Andrea
A controversial bill that would allow faculty to carry guns on campuses has advanced in Arizona. According to Senator Jack Harper, who introduced the bill, his proposal would deter gunmen from opening fire on Arizona campuses. A preliminary committee voted 5-2 to approve the bill, and it now goes to...
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Janet Napolitano's "Friendship" With Sheriff Joe Arpaio Criticized

13 years ago by Ray Stern
  Janet Napolitano is catching it from both sides as the national media continues to weigh in on the next likely Homeland Security chief. While conservative pundits like Debbie Schlussel and Michelle Malkin slam Arizona's governor for her actions on renaming Christmas trees and dealing with illegal immigration, former Arizona Republic reporter Tom Zoellner takes...
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Can Janet Napolitano Fail Upward to the Supreme Court?

12 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Here we go again. With the announced retirement of Supreme Court Justice David Souter, the buzz is that the White House wants to pick a non-judge female to become one of the nine. So of course this means some analysts with nothing but time on their mitts are suggesting that...
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ICE and Janet Napolitano's Gulag Archipelago for Women

12 years ago by Stephen Lemons
I've gotta give a shout out to our sister paper Miami New Times' Riptide blog for this disturbing post about the medieval health care female immigrant detainees receive in ICE's countrywide gulag archipelago. In it, reporter Tim Elfrink covers a news conference in Miami where the results of two studies...
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Janet Napolitano, Barack Obama's Token Nativist

12 years ago by Stephen Lemons
With every statement uttered from her perch as Homeland Security czar, in every action she takes each day her fanny remains in its cozy D.C. seat, ex-Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano reaffirms that she's Barack Obama's token nativist. Best to think of her as a chunky, skunk-haired version of the Child...

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