The nativists are a parasitic lot. They gloat when someone is murdered by an "illegal immigrant," or any kind of immigrant, actually. In the Boston bombings, they made a feast of the two brothers, the alleged terrorists: one a naturalized U.S. citizen, the other granted asylum. Suddenly, the brot ... More >>
An 18-year-old man was arrested by Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputies after tweeting that he planted improvised explosive devices in Jodi Arias' courtroom.Laquint Cherry, whose Twitter account indicates a severe lack of common sense, was ratted out by local TV news station ABC 15, the station ... More >>
A graduate of Red Mountain High School in Mesa is accused of trying to bomb a bank in Oakland, California, but his purportedly Taliban-connected partner was an undercover FBI agent.According to the FBI, 28-year-old Matthew Aaron Llaneza, now a resident of San Jose, California, wanted to make it look ... More >>
Jan Brewer cannot run for governor again. There is no wiggle room in the Arizona Constitution. And if she tries, she is guaranteed to kiss the canvas with her plastic-surgery-gone-wrong gob, slapped down by the Arizona Supreme Court. See also: -Jan Brewer's Sniveling New Memoir Laughably Paints He ... More >>
See also: MCSO Sergeant Says Main Goal Is to Catch Illegal Immigrants, Contradicting Deputy Chief Brian Sands' Testimony See also: Joe Arpaio Struggles in Racial-Profiling Trial See also: Joe Arpaio Looks Like Tired, Old Racist on Stand During Racial-Profiling Trial See also: Joe Arpaio's (ahem) Leg ... More >>
Toby KeithTwo pretty big events have happened in recent hours -- events that will forever change the course of American history. First off, the obvious -- it was confirmed late last night that Osama Bin Laden was killed by close-range firefight by Navy Seals. Secondly, and maybe just as important ... More >>
The attempted assassination of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, the incidental execution of Arizona's Chief Federal Judge, the collateral killing of five bystanders, including a child, and the deranged wounding of 14 politically curious civilians is not the result of the First Amendment's pe ... More >>
A little over a month ago, I had a night out at the movies. It was great. Especially because I didn't have to buy a ticket or endure an annoying shopping center to get to the theater.That's because I went to the Phoenix Art Museum for my cinema experience.And tonight, the good folks there (specif ... More >>
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.
Arizona artist aims for global amity with neo-hippie art
BYOPOC: Bring Your Own Plug o' ChawA dental student's worst nightmare. That's what you can expect come August in Glendale as a snaggle-toothed horde of trailer park refugees descends on the Jobing.com Arena for Freedom Concert '09, a benefit show sponsored by Fox News wing-nut poster boy Sean Hannit ... More >>
How a hairdresser battled the Taliban with nail files and curlers
The year's best characters
Controversy aside, this just won't fly
Satire and horror make for bad synergy
In which you are sent away to bordering school
The foul fowl crows over Scottsdale's vote-down of the anti-lap-dance prop, a major slap-down of Mayor Mary Manross
Woody Allen's second straight English excursion is a failed return to comedy
What the Game's Been Missing!
Still ready for prime time
Kerry's a wuss. Dubya's a doof. How can anybody vote for either of these clowns?
The Revolution Starts Now
An Afghan girl faces the terror of life under the Taliban
Shock'n Y'all (DreamWorks)
The "asylums" depicted in The Magdalene Sisters undermine both the Catholic Church and the popular image of Ireland
Letters from the week of August 7, 2003
A pair of ASU lectures arrive in the nick of time
The Big Ka-Boom, Part One (Alternative Tentacles)
Letters from the week of June 13, 2002
Letters from the week of April 25, 2002
A road through hell paved with good intentions points the way to Kandahar
But they talked your ear off about war, morality and patriotism in the '60s. Is Young America again ready for More Talk, Less Music?
What was the Audubon Society thinking when it named a pro-development Republican to head its new statewide effort?
Donald Miller has rewritten one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?
From the week of October 25-31, 2001
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From the week of March 29, 2001