By Gabriel San Roman It was no coincidence that Rage Against the Machine released The Battle of Los Angeles on what's traditionally observed as Election Day in the United States in 1999. The 2000 election season was already in gear, with Republican George W. Bush and Democrat Al Gore setting up to ... More >>
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Filed under the category of "Everything That's Not Mad Decent Block Party," here are your five best options for live music this week in Phoenix. Be sure to check out our comprehensive concert listings for more options.
Republican Senator Kelli Ward of Lake Havasu City has organized a forum in her district to address concerns about "chemtrails.""Chemtrails" are them white trails left behind by them there aero-planes up in the sky, used by the gubmint to poison us common folk, conspiracy theorists say.The trails of ... More >>
Some Republican lawmakers are still trying to nullify federal gun laws they feel are unconstitutional.Senate Bill 1294 declares, "All federal acts, laws, orders, rules and regulations that are in violation of the second amendment of the United States Constitution, that are unauthorized by the Consti ... More >>
If you want to hide data on your computer, a free, open-source program called "True Crypt" is apparently one way to do it. According to the booking sheet of suspected child-porn suspect James DeSilva, forensics detectives from the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office were stumped when they tried to see ... More >>
Senator John McCain certainly has a strong opinion on reports that the Russian government has granted temporary asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden.McCain's trying to bring hatin' on Russia back in style, issuing a statement that says, in part, "We cannot allow today's action by Putin to stand witho ... More >>
It's been a couple weeks since Edward Snowden ratted out the National Security Agency, and most of America's still in a major twist over said revelations of government's Orwellian-style surveillance tactics. And maybe in the mood to riot, stage a few protests, or -- at the very least -- preach the t ... More >>
If there are Republican voters in Arizona's Sixth Congressional District who still can't figure out which candidate's position on issues most closely match their own, yesterday's candidate forum in Scottsdale probably didn't help.Congressmen Ben Quayle and David Schweikert said mostly the same thing ... More >>
(photo from Deagle's NutriMedical.com site) The Albert Einstein of moonbats? Maybe... I don't know how I overlooked Dr. William Deagle in my expose on the 9/11 nutters and the man who battles those nutters, Pat Curley, of Screw Loose Change. It's Pat's co-blogger James Bennett, the Mace Windu of de ... More >>
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