Monthly Archives: January 2012

Steve Leal: How Will TUSD Finally Do What’s Right? | The Range: The Tucson Weekly’s Daily Dispatch

Steve Leal: How Will TUSD Finally Do What’s Right? | The Range: The Tucson Weekly’s Daily Dispatch. The Opinion of the Ninth Circuit Court made clear that T.U.S.D. has not yet accepted the principle of racial equity. Advertisements

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Fighting Back Against Corporate Personhood | Truthout

Fighting Back Against Corporate Personhood | Truthout. The decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission giving “artificial entities” the same rights of “free speech” as living, breathing human beings will likely prove as infamous as the Dred Scott ruling … Continue reading

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Say The ‘P’ Word: Putting Poverty And The Poor Back On The Agenda | OurFuture.org

Say The ‘P’ Word: Putting Poverty And The Poor Back On The Agenda | OurFuture.org. People living below the poverty line, 46 million Americans, represent 15 percent of the country, including more than one in five of the nation’s youth. … Continue reading

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Republicans Apparently Booing the Idea of Mexico Now | The Range: The Tucson Weekly’s Daily Dispatch

Republicans Apparently Booing the Idea of Mexico Now | The Range: The Tucson Weekly’s Daily Dispatch. People are just booing when someone just says “Mexico”? Way to go, South Carolina. South Carolina – The epicenter of REDNECKS that think with … Continue reading

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TUSD Banning Books? Well Yes, and No, and Yes | The Range: The Tucson Weekly’s Daily Dispatch

TUSD Banning Books? Well Yes, and No, and Yes | The Range: The Tucson Weekly’s Daily Dispatch. School textbooks are being taken out of MAS classrooms—the seven books on a list referred to in administrative Judge Lewis Kowal’s recent decision. … Continue reading

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Serraglio | Serraglio | Tucson Weekly

Serraglio | Serraglio | Tucson Weekly. Politics used to be a war between competing agendas, some of which were actually implemented. Now, it’s just a war for the sake of war, and virtually nothing changes, no matter which party is … Continue reading

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Danehy | Danehy | Tucson Weekly

Danehy | Danehy | Tucson Weekly. Thoughts on the upcoming election and the impending death of the middle class. The minute that the American middle class blinks out of existence is the moment when America ceases to exist.

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Seriously? This Again, Arizona Legislature? | The Range: The Tucson Weekly’s Daily Dispatch

Seriously? This Again, Arizona Legislature? | The Range: The Tucson Weekly’s Daily Dispatch. Arizona Legislature is trying to shame food stamp recipients with a bright orange card again.  REALLY? WTF?

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The Obama Administration’s ‘New’ Bank Fraud Deal: Still Unfair, Still Unjust, Still Unbalanced | OurFuture.org

The Obama Administration’s ‘New’ Bank Fraud Deal: Still Unfair, Still Unjust, Still Unbalanced | OurFuture.org. This proposed deal is still unfair, unjust, and very unbalanced. And it has the Administration’s fingerprints all over it

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The Obama Administration’s ‘New’ Bank Fraud Deal: Still Unfair, Still Unjust, Still Unbalanced | Crooks and Liars

The Obama Administration’s ‘New’ Bank Fraud Deal: Still Unfair, Still Unjust, Still Unbalanced | Crooks and Liars. Despite the President’s new-found populism – rhetorically, anyway – officials in his Administration continue to push an unfair deal designed to conceal the … Continue reading

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