When HT Sanchez lies, there are usually tens of thousands of dollars involved for his friends.HT and Adelita Grijalva got caught in a lie recently when they hired Adelita's mother-in-law for a $76,000 position and claimed they didn't know she was applying or that HT knew her in … Continue reading →
We at Three Sonorans have intercepted the following communique from Commandante Sanchez, head of the TUSD-SALC department of knowledge, that he is planning on presenting at (Correction: Tuesday's meeting is at TEP headquarters downtown???).After four decades of being under a federal … Continue reading →
Water WoesLake Mead at its lowest level ever.
Levels have been falling about 12 feet per year. It is now only 7 feet away from federal government declaring first water shortage ever.via With Lake Mead sinking, pressure grows for action.
No more Drinking Liberally at the … Continue reading →
"I was able to actually see some of the children in the buses and the fear on their faces" - Adam KwasmanEarlier this week there was supposed to be a busload of immigrant children that were going to be taken to Oracle, AZ, just north of GOP Candidate for US Congress and current Arizona state … Continue reading →
As part of a national protest this weekend "Against Immigration Reform/Amnesty & Border Surge", the haters will be in Tucson today at "High Noon".
Tucson, 553 S. Stone Avenue, Tucson Arizona, Friday, July 18, 12:00 pm (High Noon), This protest will take place at the Tucson Mexican … Continue reading →
In Arizona "racism" and "xenophobia" are sometimes used interchangeably because of the group of people that is under attack, namely brown-skinned people.The WASP-Male structure in charge of this country has torn the same people into two, and this can be taken literally when it comes to the … Continue reading →
The video above contains the entire hour of the Chicano Secret Services teatro performance in Tucson on Friday entitles "The Magnificent Counter-Hegemonic Life of Baby Chuey."Teatro has played an important role in the movimiento. The Teatro Campesino was formed during the UFW struggles in … Continue reading →
It seems that Tucson's largest school district, TUSD, is accelerating its negative feedback loop into its demise as it starts adopting the negatives things Sunnyside worked so hard to change recently.For example, one of the biggest complaints in Sunnyside was with nepotism, and the school board … Continue reading →
If nothing else, we can all agree that Adelita Grijalva acted strangely in the vote for the principal of an elementary school (video above). Most votes when taken as a voice vote will usually be unanimous. If someone is going to abstain or if the vote will be split, then a roll call vote is … Continue reading →
Three Sonorans has been very critical of MALDEF's role in the TUSD desegregation case and has made no secret about it, but positive change from MALDEF may be coming that leaves hope in the racist air of Tucson's largest school district.The main reason is because MALDEF/Mendoza had the power … Continue reading →
El Rancho Unified School District becomes the first school district in the state of California requiring Ethnic Studies for High School GraduationOn June 17th, 2014 the El Rancho Unified School District in Pico Rivera, CA made history by becoming the first ever school district in the state of … Continue reading →
In just the first 40 seconds of the video above, John Huppenthal defends his campaign ad promising to "Stop La Raza" and then goes on to defend slaveowners, responding to my question about the Founding Fathers owning slaves by saying "there's nothing wrong with that."Three Sonorans warned … Continue reading →
It's a popular meme by now and we all know what is going happen whenever a white man begins his sentence with "I'm not a racist, but..."Arizona's Own Espresso Pundit has decided to search his own blog comments for posts by the infamous "Falcon9" who we all now know as our state … Continue reading →
Twas ten days before Xmas and all through the house,
Huppenthal aka Falcon 9 was busy using his keyboard and mouse
2:40 in the morning showed the clock but Johnny didn't stir,
filled with anger at Mexicans was this strange sir
Growing up in the southside of Tucson taught not a lesson to … Continue reading →
In case you haven't heard by now, our state superintendent John Huppenthal, the guy who ran a campaign commercial promising to "Stop La Raza" and the guy who found Mexican American Studies in violation of state law despite his own audit finding it innocent... well now he has crossed the … Continue reading →
It was a month ago on May 16th, 2014 that Superior Court Judge Staring ordered the City of Tucson to stop with its shenanigans on the hiding of public documents related to the Grand Canyon University - El Rio deal, ruling that Tucson engaged in "misconduct" and further ordered the city to release … Continue reading →
As the community begins to examine the documents regarding the secret deal between the City of Tucson and Grand Canyon University; it is becoming clear why the City Council fought so hard to keep the information from the public's eyes.In the event that the City wishes to sell publicly … Continue reading →
by Cesar Aguirre
It is just after 9pm, the girls are finally settled in bed and my eyes are heavy from a long day. I know I should have gone to the board meeting but after cleaning, finishing the laundry and cooking dinner, the last thing I want to do is drag my girls to a board meeting. Once there … Continue reading →
Please join the Tucson Bus Riders Union and their supporters at the Streetcar Grand Opening!
Day: July 25th
Location: Congress Street and 5th Avenue
Wear your yellow shirts and remind the City that Bus Money is NOT for the maintenance and operation of the Streetcar!
For more … Continue reading →
Leadhorse Choctaw, in his journey today from Central America, tells how he has no corporate documents. He shares his journey to Pine Ridge and Mexico. Leadhorse is traveling the Americas and sharing the traditional stickball game.Neddie Katsitsiaiohne of Akwesasne will be having a … Continue reading →