There is this old Western movie where good Christian white pioneers set off to tame the savage Old West, and after setting up camp and building a cabin they come under attack from the people whose land they stole. A shootout ensues and the savage Native Americans are about to win.
Arizona Republicans are fuming mad at how Democrats beat up one of their own, and now they may be seeking revenge for State Senator Steve Farley’s personal attack on Tucson’s Hicks.
On his last day in office as the state superintendent, John Huppenthal ended his tenure just as it began, with the issue of banning Ethnic Studies in Tucson.
Huppenthal, the outgoing state superintendent of public instruction, on Friday sent a “notice of non-compliance” to the district, accusing it of violating a 2012 agreement over classes that cover Mexican-American heritage.
We should all be thankful for TUSD Superintendent HT Sanchez. He already told us that it was God Himself (no joke) that sent him here to us in Tucson… so what could go wrong?
The theatrics begin around the 57:00 mark…
Last night, February 25, 2015, the TUSD board meeting was childish and chaotic, but there were no children involved. Now white men in suits showed their childishness as those watching were filled with embarrassment over our leadership on both sides of the aisle.