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OP-ED: Slow Motion Collapse

OP-ED: Slow Motion Collapse

Dianne Post September 1, 2014 0

By Dianne Post As Jared Diamond has written and we all know from history, every society eventually collapses. Three main themes seem to repeat as precipitators: climate change (Hohokam, Aztecs, Khmer), endless war (Holy Roman Empire, Nazi

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Are Republican Gubernatorial Candidates Calling  for the Resurgence of the Arizona Boycott?

Are Republican Gubernatorial Candidates Calling for the Resurgence of the Arizona Boycott?

Editor August 7, 2014 0

By Manuel de Jesús Hernández G. The current crop of Arizona’s Republican gubernatorial candidates is candidly illustrating the problems with the current primary election system. Everyone knows that they only pander to the extreme right to get

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Deported Civil Rights Leaders Return to Nogales Border Crossing

Deported Civil Rights Leaders Return to Nogales Border Crossing

Editor April 1, 2014 0

  Today, Jaime Valdez who was deported by ICE (Immigration and Custom Enforcement) in retaliation for his and his families’ civil rights organizing, presented himself at the Nogales Port of Entry to request that the

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Life Near the Mexican Border

Life Near the Mexican Border

Editor March 16, 2014 0

By John Heid “You have no rights here!” barked a U.S. Border Patrol agent to a resident of Arivaca, AZ who was passing through a Customs and Border Protection checkpoint 23 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico

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Trans Activist Monica Jones’ Trial Postponed

Trans Activist Monica Jones’ Trial Postponed

Editor March 16, 2014 0

Constitutionality of “Manifestation of Intent to Prostitute” Statute Under Challenge Margie Diddams, member of Sex Worker Outreach Project, Phoenix PHOENIX— Dozens of supporters packed the courtroom this morning in support of ASU student and

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HB2291 & The Future of Public Schools

HB2291 & The Future of Public Schools

Stephen Stollmack March 9, 2014 0

A recently released Goldwater Institute Policy Report – A Vision for Education and the Future of Learning – concluded that “Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts are more effective than state-managed student databases at facilitating school, course, and extracurricular

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Budget Realignment Reflects Pentagon’s Vision of Covert and Endless War

Budget Realignment Reflects Pentagon’s Vision of Covert and Endless War

Editor March 8, 2014 0

by Brian J. Trautman The Pentagon’s budget proposal for next year was announced last week by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. In an interview with The New York Times, Hagel argued that to meet today’s

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Sometimes Energy Subsidies Represent Sound Economics *Gasp*

Sometimes Energy Subsidies Represent Sound Economics *Gasp*

Will Greene March 3, 2014 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com Many defenders of dirty energy label climate-concerned citizens as adhering to a “church of global warming.” In truth our concerns are based on long-accepted physics backed by

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Report Cards Are In – Corp Comm Deserves Poor Marks for 2013

Report Cards Are In – Corp Comm Deserves Poor Marks for 2013

Will Greene February 23, 2014 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com Almost exactly one year ago Bob Stump was giving his first speech as Arizona Corporation Commission chair stating that “the days of cheerleading for one energy source

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Flagstaff Police Harass Activists as ‘Preventative Maintenance’ Before Dew Downtown Event

Flagstaff Police Harass Activists as ‘Preventative Maintenance’ Before Dew Downtown Event

Editor February 7, 2014 0

Protect the Peaks | www.protectthepeaks.org Flagstaff Police Harass Activists as ‘Preventative Maintenance’ Before Dew Downtown Event Free Speech Protest Zone Created at ‘Unsustainable’ Urban Snowboard Event. FLAGSTAFF, AZ — Armed plain-clothed City of Flagstaff cops

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