Just in case talk of military action against one country wasn't enough, Republican Congressman Trent Franks is here with more loose talk of war.Franks announced that he plans to introduce a resolution authorizing the use of military force against Iran.
Last week, 30-year-old Phoenix native Eric Harroun faced a possible sentence of life in prison after the Justice Department accused him of fighting in Syria on behalf of Al-Qaeda.Amid doubt about those allegations, Harroun suddenly agreed to a plea deal yesterday, and his sentence is quite a bit sho ... More >>
President Obama addressed the nation yesterday to explain why he's pushing for some sort of military strike in Syria.While Arizona's congressional delegation is split on striking Syria, the one local poll done on the issue showed that Arizonans really don't want military action there.
Republican Congressman Paul Gosar wants Homeland Security officials to explain to him why Abdullatif Aldosary -- the Coolidge resident accused of detonating an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande last week -- has been allowed to stay in the United St ... 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 >>
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 >>
Danny Torgersen of Captain Squeegee Today, electronic project Chemtrails released a conspiracy-theory addled dubstep jam called "Inside Job" on YouTube, featuring vocals from Captain Squeegee's Danny Torgersen. Some people don't like dubstep. Some people aren't particularly fond of watchi ... More >>
London is burning. Storefronts are busted. Looting is rampant. And rioters are reducing many of the city's buildings to piles of timber. But what is it all for?
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 >>
www.simplycrazy.comGood news: according to the president of the United States -- in a speech that could give even Sean Hannity an O-boner -- Osama Bin Laden is dead.Better news: the U.S. government reportedly has the photos to prove it.Rather than take the government at its word, conspiracy theor ... More >>
Song: Andrew Jackson Jihad, "We Didn't Come Here to Rock"Context: Andrew Jackson Jihad plays Trunk Space tonight. This is a great song from a great record, Can't Maintain. I was hoping for a new record from the folk-punk duo in 2010 but it never materialized. Let's hope 2011 brings one. And ... More >>
www.cushawnb2009.com Can you guess how we know Janet Napolitano's from Arizona? Justice Janet?! With the announcement that Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens is calling it a career, there is no shortage of rumors as to who will replace him.One name swirling around the rumor mill is ... More >>
NYC street artist discusses 9/11 and other work
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 >>
A Mesa father and engineer has pleaded guilty to charges of lying to the FBI about his involvement in a charity organization tied to Hamas. Between 1994 and 1997, Akram Musa Abdallah, 54, raised funds for the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, which the federal government accuses of f ... More >>
A former sailor and Phoenix UPS driver was sentenced to 10 years in a federal prison today for passing secrets to a Pakistan man who ran an Al-Qaeda recruitment Web site.Paul R. Hall, who has apparently changed his name to Hassan Abu-Jihaad, was arrested in Phoenix in 2007 and charged with terrorism ... More >>
Nathan Gray, a veteran lawman with experience in counter-terrorism and big-time drug smuggling, has been selected to head up the FBI's Phoenix office. The FBI didn't put out a picture of Gray, but posted a bio of him today on its Web site. Gray previously worked here in 2002 as an assistant spec ... More >>
Why worry? As The Turner Diaries reveals, ofays and guns go together like grits and runny eggs. What the hell is wrong with white people? Numerous media reports of late have detailed a run on gun stores by crazed crackers who believe the new black President-elect will take their firearms away short ... More >>
C'mon, Jesse, rock the boa, for old times' sake... Do the reporters who pen the Political Insider column for the Arizona Republic know how to use Google? Does their editor? I wonder this after reading this Sunday's edition of the Insider. The column talks up the fact that the former governor of Mi ... More >>
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal
Dont let Paul Haggis heavy hand stop you from seeing his latest
Give 'em hell, Yoda... Just listened to the Yoda of 9/11, aka Pat Curley, on The World Tonight with Rob Breakenridge, an excellent radio talk-show out of Calgary. The subject, of course, is those wacky troofers, and Breakenridge and Curley get into some interesting areas during the hour-long segmen ... More >>
Preach on, my revolutionary, rich-ass brother.... Right-wing lip-flapper Darrell Ankarlo of the Mormon-owned KTAR 92.3FM had an eyebrow-lifter of a show this a.m., dealing with the statements of Rage Against the Machine firebrand Zack de la Rocha during the recent Rage reunion at Coachella. If you ... More >>
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