Republican State Representative Carl Seel just detests the United Nations' Agenda 21 -- he and his pal, Senator Judy Burges, have been trying to prevent part of that agenda, the Rio Declaration, from being used in Arizona.On the House floor yesterday, however, Seel was unable to produce the reasonin ... More >>
In a move that wasn't exactly unexpected, President Obama nominated Senator John Kerry for the secretary of state post to replace Hillary Clinton.That reminds us of the moment earlier this month when Senator John McCain -- who essentially forced out Obama's original pick for the spot, U.N. Ambassado ... 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 >>
Senator John McCain -- who's been barking about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, for quite some time now -- has officially upset the president over the matter.McCain has insisted that there's either a coverup or incompetence coming from the Obama administration over its response ... More >>
Lester Pearce Lester Pearce, the Justice of the Peace for the North Mesa precinct (and brother of State Senator Russell Pearce), has a lot of interesting ideas about the U.S. Constitution. And the former lawmaker, who's poised to become the next presiding judge of the justice c ... More >>
Tonight on ABC's Nightline: Joe spouts more bigoted blather Nightline's piece on our corrupt top constable runs tonight -- you know, the one ABC was working on when they sent Nightline talking head Martin Bashir to Phoenix to cover one of Arpaio's anti-immigrant sweeps last ... More >>
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal
Arizona's cunning culinary wizard Chef Kaz Yamamoto prepares taboo illegal moveable feasts for the elite and über-rich
Hi, Mom! I'm crossing the border!
Outraged citizens hold Mexicans at gunpoint in a church. Andy Thomas applauds such vigilantism as patriotic -- again
Letters from the week of October 21, 004
The followers of Harley Swift Deer Reagan call him a lot of things a sex guru, a shaman, a Cherokee, a patriot. His critics have more colorful names for him.
Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down pays grim, gritty homage to real-life warriors
Ecologists are still trying to spin their phony 'Save the Whale' campaign
AC/DC tribute band TNT squeezes extra mileage out of the highway to hell
Horrors of El Salvador massacre are exhumed in award-winning local documentary
Y2K hucksters cash in on fear of cataclysmic calendar crash 'n' burn
At the Valley's quirkiest apartment complex, a man's home really is his castle . . . or his hacienda . . . or his palazzo
Sunny Day Real Estate reunites to find that its myth has grown exponentially
Traditional Hopi are resisting a new sewer system in an old village, saying it violates federal law--and blocks spiritual communication that could doom the planet
It's no secret--Austin Powers is one swingin' mess
Amnesty International's Dr. Daniel Georges-Abeyie coolly argues the case against capital punishment in our hang-'em-high state
Nationally renowned ASU scientist Robert Balling thinks environmentalists have exaggerated the threat of global warming. He knows politicians and the press have distorted the climate debate.
JAWAD HASHIM CLAIMS HE'S A BANKRUPT VICTIM OF A VENDETTA BY HIS FORMER BOSS--IRAQ'S FEARED PRESIDENT, SADDAM HUSSEIN. A WEALTH OF EVIDENCE SUGGESTS HASHIM'S JUST ANOTHER SCAM ARTIST WHO WOUND UP IN SCOTTSDALE.
THEIR FATHER DEFECTED IN 1944. BROTHERS ANDREW AND VALENTIN WERE BROUGHT TOGETHER THIS YEAR TRYING TO FIND OUT WHY.