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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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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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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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Arpaio’s Sweep and Community Forum was an Epic Failure

Arpaio’s Sweep and Community Forum was an Epic Failure

Dennis Gilman November 17, 2013 4

By Dennis Gilman Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org While Sheriff Arpaio’s 21st saturation patrol was promoted by his own press release as focusing on “guns, gangs and drugs,” not one gun or gang related

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Military recruitment is (still) not a STEM education

Military recruitment is (still) not a STEM education

Editor November 3, 2013 1

By Erin Niemela Reposted with the permission of Tom Hastings of PeaceVoice I am a parent of a an elementary school student in Portland, Ore., and early this week I discovered our school is participating

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Arizona Veterans & Military Leaders Push for Increased Investment in Clean, Local Power

Arizona Veterans & Military Leaders Push for Increased Investment in Clean, Local Power

Editor October 11, 2013 0

By Victoria Glynn Originally posted via Operation Free at Truman National Security Project  Today at the State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona military veterans, elected officials, and community leaders called for increased investment in clean, local,

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Twelve Years Later

Twelve Years Later

Liisa Wale October 7, 2013 0

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Twelve years ago the United States government invaded Afghanistan in the name of “terrorism” and to remove the Taliban from power. Today the United States military

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OP-ED: Taking the Profit Out of War

OP-ED: Taking the Profit Out of War

Editor September 13, 2013 0

By Peter G. Cohen Reposted with the permission of Tom Hastings of PeaceVoice We now have a huge war machine that dwarfs President Eisenhower’s warning about the undue influence of the military-industrial complex. In

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OP-ED: Hasan/Bales

OP-ED: Hasan/Bales

Sean Patrick Miller August 26, 2013 0

By Sean Patrick Miller YA BASTA! | www.seanmiller12.wordpress.com Nidal Hasan, Maj. US Army, faces execution after being found guilty of thirteen homicides and thirty two attempted homicides in the infamous Fort Hood massacre. He

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