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This little card can make you smile!


It's not quite perfected yet, but if you've ever had anything to do with a website, you'll know that it's never entirely done!

You'll notice that it is quite a bit more robust than our previous site - we've got sports feeds now, and other features we'll be highlighting in the future. 

Please click around, and stay tuned as more great things come to eNewsAZ.

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Lynne LaMaster, Editor


Nope, you've probably never heard the Star-Spangled Banner sung quite like this before. But, it's gutsy and comes from the heart. After columnist Bill Press commented, "The Star-Spangled Banner is stupid and embarrassing," the band, Madison Rising, decided to do something about it. 

Comedian Daniel Tosh's statement that, "No one has the Star-Spangled Banner on their iPod," didn't change their mission.

"Let's show Press and Tosh - ane everyone else - that we still believe in this country and our national anthem," the band says in a WND article. "This band is on a mission to not only make great music, but also send a messager that American culture is alive and well." They want to get to 5,000,000 views by July 4, and have issued the Star-Spangled Challenge to that effect.

A great message for Memorial Day and beyond. Turn up your speakers (or down!) and enjoy.


As you can see, we've got a new design for eNewsAZ, but it's not quite finished yet. Please be patient, it won't take too much longer.

We're adding quite a few new features, and it takes a bit of tweeking to get it right.

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We thank you for your forbearance and hope to have everything as it should be as soon as possible!


The House Oversight and Reform Committee hears testimony on Benghazi. Congressman Paul Gosar from Arizona LD4 is a member of that committee.

For more information on the issue, see Benghazi:Exposing Failure and Recognizing Courage


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Prescott, Arizona