Monthly Archives: October 2011

Steve Gallardo asks Civil Rights Division to come to Arizona to protect minorities

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Thank you Senator Steve Gallardo for inviting the Civil Rights Division to Arizona to enforce the Voting Rights Act.

Steve Gallardo is continues to stand up for justice against extremism in Arizona.

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Democracy Failure in Arizona: Attack on Ethnic Studies, court case wraps up

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Professor Roberto Rodriguez responds to the testimony from the state of Arizona’s “expert witnesses,” such as right-wing University of Arkansas professor Sandra Stotsky, against the Mexican American Studies program in Tucson.

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Was it the TEA Party that made fliers about shooting cops at #OccupyPhoenix?

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The right-wing media, from Jon Justice to the Jon Justice-praising Arizona Daily Independent, are making a fuss about a stack of fliers found at the OccupyPhoenix about when it is OK to shoot cops.

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The Simpson’s prophecy comes true: Vision of the future comes from third eye?

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Photo Credits: Three-eyed fish from Cordoba Nuclear Power reservoir

As the Simpsons prepare for more seasons in the making (remember they had the audacity to go up against the Cosby Show on Thursday nights when they first began), another one of their joking-but-serious social commentaries has come true.

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