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- Anyone Can Teach. It's Easy! (At Least That's What Republican Legislators and the Governor Tell Me.) May 27, 2017Here's an idea. Let's have all those legislators who voted for the new teacher certification rules teach in some of the Arizona's public schools until Winter Break, in classrooms where the district hasn't been able to find a teacher.…
- After 890 consecutive Thursdays, El Tiradito vigil for immigrants may end May 27, 2017For 890 consecutive Thursdays, members of La Coalición de Derechos Humanos have held a Tucson vigil to honor, and pray for, immigrants who have died or disappeared while crossing the southwestern deserts of the United States from Mexico. And, now the 17-year tradition may come to a close.Paul Ingram
- Watch: FBI Getting the Band Back Together, Looking for 'Blues Bandit' May 27, 2017FBI offers $10,000 reward for arrest of a serial bank robber in Phoenix. They're calling him the Blues Bandit.
- The Privilege of History May 27, 2017I have a slight trepidation about posting this. But with the passing last night of Zbigniew Brzezinski I wanted to share a brief remembrance. Read More →Josh Marshall
- Political Calendar: Week of April 28, 2017 May 28, 2017The Political Calendar is posted on Sundays. Please send us notice of your political events prior to the Sunday before your event (7 days would be most helpful). See the calendar icon in the right-hand column of the blog page … Continue reading →AZ BlueMeanie
- Charlie doesn't get much USO May 26, 2017We all know happens when a highly equipped, highly trained professional army is forced to fight a guerilla engagement in a dense urban/forest/jungle environment. Now take what you know about Viet Nam, the American Colonies or Iraq and apply it...Greg Patterson
- The journey home: Tribal officials discuss importance of repatriation May 12, 2015TOPAWA – Joseph Joaquin sat beneath a mesquite tree at the base of Baboquivari Peak and gestured toward the mountain range and desert plants. “The man we call I’itoi – we call him our creator – he’s the one who created all of this,” said Joaquin, the cultural resource specialist for the Tohono O’odham Nation […]Steve Crane