Our October 31 article on self-defense laws in Arizona had two mistakes, as far as we know. Culling information about the Trayvon Martin case from media reports, we misidentified the beverage Martin had on him when he was shot by George Zimmerman on February 26, 2012, as "an Arizona Iced Tea." In ... More >>
Although they possess a passion for Heavenly Father -- not to mention the nutty belief that all disease can be healed solely through prayer -- the folks at the Christian Science Monitor apparently don't possess a sense of humor. To wit: The publication has brought down the thunder from the heavens ... More >>
Me to Benjamin Leatherman: I'm interviewing a band. Benjamin Leatherman: What band? Me: Local punk dudes called Christian Science Monitor Lizard. Leatherman: That's one of the best names I've heard in years. Indeed, Christian Science Monitor Lizard, the punk rock trio of Kevin Koenig, Ben Kraf ... More >>
If you're man, and had plans of going to jail to get felt up by a woman, we have some bad news.The United States Supreme Court decided today to not hear the case of a former Maricopa County jail inmate who claims a female detention officer grabbed his junk during a somewhat-nude pat down while he ... More >>
Image: www.glenndavissoccer.com A Pew Research Center poll claims that Mexicans look less favorably on Americans since the passage of SB1070, a stat used today by the Christian Science Monitor to thread an article on immigration.Just one problem: It took us about a minute to find another poll ... More >>
Those crazy kids at The Christian Science Monitor have unearthed a real gem: an interesting piece of excremental journalism from 1984, imagining how the Michael Jackson phenomenon would be viewed 25 years in to the future:The Michael Jackson phenomenon cannot be explained simply by talent or persona ... More >>
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After looking like political asses in the '90s, Arizona Democrats have the money, moderation and 800-pound gorilla to kick some pachyderm tail
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As the White House flips and flops, Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt takes his environmental losses and victories in stride. Is his stoicism a necessary virtue or a political vice?