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Of Blindness and Historical Amnesia

US President Barack Obama publicly stated the US cannot “turn a blind eye” to the use of chemical weapons in Syria. He accused the Assad regime of orchestrating the August twenty first attacks, allegedly killing 1,429 people. In a recent … Continue reading

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Aiding the Enemy

Bradley Manning was convicted of twenty charges, today. Among those charges was not “Aiding the Enemy”.  Had he been, Manning’s conviction would have sent a clear message to the public at large. In leaking the records of egregious, unethical, illegal, … Continue reading

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The Ghetto

Pogroms against specified minorities, often used as scapegoats for society’s ills, are a fact of western civilisation. The ghetto is an effective tool of the ruling class, against the disenfranchised, the minority race, ethnicity, culture, or religion. It is very … Continue reading

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Apache Leap

The following is reprinted from “The Hill”, first printed on 05/11/10. Arizona lawmakers spark ire of Apaches over copper mine, land exchange By Sean J. Miller – 05/11/10 06:00 AM ET SUPERIOR, Ariz. — A local dispute in this old … Continue reading

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Following the Money From Arizona to Washington

The American Legislative Exchange Council, ALEC, was founded in 1973 by Paul Weyrich, the man who coined the phrase, “Moral Majority”, and, with Jerry Falwell, embarked upon a homophobic crusade, hearkening to the time of Joe McCarthy. This is no … Continue reading

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Take a Stand

“You’ve got to stand for something, or you’ll fall for anything!” Aaron Tippin The citizens of Maricopa County have a choice in the impending Sheriff’s election. They can maintain the status quo, perpetuating a regime of sporadic, targeted law enforcement, … Continue reading

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From Kayenta to Washington

Arizona Democratic voters have a choice. They may  elect a Democratic candidate who lost her seat to a TEA Party Republican,  because she voted with Republicans more often than any other Democrat in Congress. This is Ann Kirkpatrick. She voted … Continue reading

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