Army First Lieutenant Jonam Russell, a 25-year-old from Cornville, was killed in Afghanistan earlier this week along with two others, after they were attacked with an improvised explosive device, according to the Defense Department.Russell is the 48th Arizona soldier to die in Afghanistan under "Ope ... More >>
Abdullatif Aldosary -- the Iraqi refugee accused of detonating an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande in November -- apparently will be charged in a murder that occurred just days before the bombing.Orlando Requena, 26, was working the overnight shif ... More >>
Abdullatif Aldosary -- the Coolidge resident accused of detonating an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande a couple weeks ago -- pleaded not guilty today on two charges related to that bombing.Aldosary, an Iraqi refugee, faces just one charge related ... More >>
A federal judge ordered Abdullatif Aldosary -- the Coolidge resident accused of detonating an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande Friday morning -- to be held without bond.In the detention order, the magistrate judge says Aldosary there's no possible ... More >>
There's not too much information out there about Abdullatif Aldosary, the Coolidge resident accused of detonating an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande Friday morning.He's apparently an Iraqi refugee, he did a short stint in prison, and from what we ... More >>
Abdullatif Aldosary, a convicted felon who lives in Coolidge, is accused of being the person who detonated an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande Friday morning, November 30th.Although a federal complaint doesn't accuse Aldosary of activity related t ... More >>
So, some of the media-types poked fun at Senator John McCain yesterday for comparing the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya to the bin Laden raid.As for the bigger picture, some people have started asking -- especially after McCain's proposal of a White House "coverup" of the attack app ... More >>
It's been a while since Senator John McCain has talked about a White House "coverup" of details in the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya -- although his spokesman wouldn't tell us if he's given up on that theory -- but McCain still has complaints.One of these new complaints has been de ... More >>
For the strange public-service announcement of the day, the Glendale Police Department urges that you not pick up any random flashlights you find around the city.Even stranger is the reason why -- two citizens have discovered that the flashlight they found was actually an improvised explosive device ... More >>
As you probably know by now, North Korea's communist dictator, Kim Jong Il, is dead. In addition to being dead, the "Dear Leader" is also in a "warm corner of hell" with the likes of Adolf Hitler and Osama bin Laden.That's according to Arizona Senator John McCain, who reacted to the North Korean dic ... More >>
This photo of Osama bin Laden is fake. Photos of the real dead Bin Laden will not be released to the public.President Barack Obama has decided to not release photos of Osama bin Laden's corpse, despite the majority of Americans thinking he should.Obama apparently doesn't pay attention to da ... More >>
photosbyjosemunoz.comGee, if we're being "invaded," Jan, why not declare a state of emergency?Add one part delusion to three parts grandstanding, mixed with a healthy glob of nativism, and what do you get?Governor Jan Brewer's SB 1070 "counterclaim" against the federal government for not protecting ... More >>
Image: www.abcnews.comThe stepfather of a girl who went missing in 2001 pleaded guilty on Tuesday to possessing 26 pipe bombs, the U.S. Attorney's Office reported today. Michael Turney, 62, (right) had reportedly planned to use the bombs to launch a suicide attack on a local un ... More >>
Ed Begley, Jr. disowns his past troofer connections, while discussing Van Jones' political seppuku Eight years following the 9/11 attacks, with a new president under our belts, all lefties still clinging to the conspiranoid fantasy that "9/11 was an inside job," need to either do full mea culpas a ... More >>
Palestinian flick explores the mind of the martyr
www.PhotosByJoseMunoz.com Wednesday's Elements of Hate panel discussionMayor Phil Gordon is to be congratulated for the Elements of Hate panel discussion his office organized, which took place Wednesday at the newly-renovated AE England Building at Civic Space Park in Downtown Phoenix. The ... More >>
Stealing a free ride on the light-rail train can cost you a lot more than the price of ticket. However, see today's Valley Fever blog about the supposed "$500 fine" the Arizona Republic reports today. The Republic also says photo enforcement opposition rising as dozens of state cameras s ... More >>
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The Cover Up
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The rebel yell settles into the cradle of love in the Valley
Why can't Americans make TV shows as good as Brit import MI-5?
ASU revamps drama for modern mourners
SMoCA commemorates 9/11 with power of pictures
Way off Broadway-and even further off the topic-with stage renegade Tim Hart
Jerry Brady predicts that al-Qaida will be coming to a power line near you
Viewers step into an aural history of 9-11
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After September 11, some new songs just don't sound the same
From the week of October 4-10, 2001
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On the date of America's worst emergency, did the media meet the challenge?