The extent to which the media rolls over for Sheriff Joe Arpaio never ceases to astound. Take Joe's recent comments following an August 17 incident in the desert, where Glendale resident and self-identifying "militia minuteman" Richard Malley allegedly pointed an AR-15 at an MCSO deputy. The inci ... More >>
Danny Davis, a 53-year-old Florence racist, er, resident, is tired of minorities having jobs in the area.So, Davis, allegedly liquored up shortly before noon on a Monday, drove to a construction site and started shooting at construction workers, missing each and every one of them, according to the P ... More >>
Christopher Clark must know a few things about temptation. The 53-year-old Mesa man is reportedly obsessed with videos of little kids having sex. Meanwhile, his wife -- a former preschool teacher -- has kept the home full of little kids as she runs an in-home babysitting service and takes care of s ... More >>
See also: ATF, Glendale P.D. Trying to Find Out Who Bombed a House for the Third TimeGary Vogt, 50, was arrested this morning by Glendale police and ATF agents, and is accused of being the guy who bombed the same Glendale house three times.Vogt's possible motivation, according to documents filed in ... More >>
Mike Viola is one of those guys you've heard a hundred times and not realized it. He's the vocalist singing "That Thing You Do" (from the 1996 film of the same name); his '90s band The Candy Butchers scored serious buzz along side his friends Fountains of Wayne; he's written songs for Get Him to ... More >>
Steve RhodesWard Churchill, the object of Doug MacEachern's right-wing paranoiaI'm really beginning to wonder about Arizona Republic columnist Doug MacEachern's sanity.Yesterday, I pointed out that MacEachern was regurgitating Glenn Beck's conspiratorial leftovers, wailing like a stuck javelina that ... More >>
Photo: Ray SternAugustus Shaw following yesterday's court challenge to his residency qualifications to run for office in State Legislative District 17.The mood at the courtroom hearing was light.Maricopa County Judge Edward Burke cracked jokes about Augustus Shaw's lack of hair, Shaw smiled and w ... More >>
from PLEASpencer has his own agenda when it comes to the issue of immigration In response to my request for a comment from the Phoenix Police Department concerning Phoenix Law Enforcement Association President Mark Spencer's challenge to the current Operations Order 1.4.3, PPD spokesman Jame ... More >>
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