Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne looked so peaceful during his testimony Wednesday afternoon that if someone told me he'd done a bong hit during lunch, I'd have to consider the possibility. It was marked change from the rest of the hearing into his, um, alleged campaign finance shenanigans, which ... More >>
John Holmberg has been at the helm of Holmberg's Morning Sickness on KUPD for 10 years. The weight of the fact does not escape him. "Wow," Holmberg says over the phone, his trademark voice in full effect. "[That] makes me feel old. Makes me feel useless. This is not the way this [was] suppose ... More >>
Horne, born in Canada to Nazi-fleeing parents, knows better...or shouldGovernor Jan Brewer and Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne have issued a joint press release denouncing the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals' 2-1 decision today upholding District Court Judge Susan R. Bolton's injunction of four ke ... More >>
Just Another Day...J.T. Ready and a fellow neo-Nazi Harry Hughes on "illegal immigration patrol" in the Vekol ValleyI called Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada Thursday about a report I'd read on the Website of NBC affiliate KVOA Tucson concerning four border crossers fired upon by two men weari ... More >>
from LittleGreenFootballsOne pic you won't see in the doc: Ron Paul, ex-KKK Grand Wizard Don Black, and Black's son Derek.Whenever Congressman Ron Paul shuffles off this mortal coil, he'll have no dearth of hagiographers. Indeed, he already has plenty, like the makers of the documentary For Liberty, ... More >>
www.necn.com Congressman John Shadegg talking baby-speak the other day. Congressman John Shadegg's theatrics on the floor of the House of Representatives are becoming almost legendary. By legendary, we mean borderline insane.
The author of the book Muslim Mafia, which received a glowing endorsement from Arizona Congressman John Shadegg (pictured), is using the tragedy at Fort Hood, Texas, last week as a battle cry for a "backlash against the Muslim community and its leaders."Hold on -- that's just the beginning.
Pat Curley slices through the loony conspiracy theories at his influential "Screw Loose Change" Web site
Sofaine Laimeche's long friendship with a 9/11 suspect has put his future in America in doubt
The taloned one takes on the 9/11 liars' confab in Chandler and rips the white sheet off right-wing radio hatemonger "Dumbass Darrell" Ankarlo
The brazen buzzard outs anti-Semites at the Chandler 9/11 conference, and sheds a tear for the Tribune's Slim Shady and a few more for the near-deceased Chez Nous
The Bird asks Pinal County: Want to get somebody deserving indicted? Try Joe Arpaio underling David Hendershott, for destroying evidence
The Phoenix branch of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau is Exhibit A of this country's failed border policies
The patriotic pigeon uses the bleedin facts to peck holes in the rantings of 9/11 conspiracy wacktivists!
Signs of the times: The feathered fiend asks the sheriff if he's ever eaten a pink taco and invades the mind of a Grassfire.org bigot
The winged wonder on John McCain's righteous anti-torture stance, Stepford-like Gilbert and changes at hipster haven Lux
Moore's controversial documentary paints a portrait of incompetence
George Johnson is quickly becoming the most notorious developer in Arizona
In search of the unexpected and the unusual
Cole Bailey's on a quest to vanquish Valley neo-Nazis who beat his son to death
To outsiders, the Phoenix Police Department's Special Assignments Unit is meant to be an overwhelming show of force. The inside story is much more powerful.
The Arizona Legislature may prove to be too much for ASU's unsinkable Michael Crow
Valley glass blowers and head shops fear prosecution, as Operation Pipe Dream shuts down a local manufacturer
God, Boys, Madness and the Sacred Art of One Shot, One Kill. A Meditation.
Assignment to Afghanistan is just another stop for local journalist
Donald Miller has rewritten one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?
From the week of October 18, 2001