Surely there are places to cut the budget besides where we need the funds the most, like for example, prisons, we pay an average of $50k per year per inmate, over $100k for those on death row. We need to use Sheriff Joe to fix this across AZ and that would save millions, probably could increase the school budget, but for the best option, Vote Ducey out as soon as possible.
"Yolanda was thirty-two. She'd slipped into Arizona from Mexico seventeen years before,..."
What more do you need to know? She doesn't "look like a criminal", she is a criminal. Deport her and put the prisons out of business. That should make every liberal happy.
Another piece of excellent reporting by the indefatigable Margaret Regan. Thank you for your intelligent and passionate coverage of this ongoing human rights outrage!
Was friends with Lewis Palacios, one of the Palacios son's that went to school at Lowell Smith on DMAFB. Was a real sad time back then. Always wondered how Lewis made out. But I remember like it was yesterday.
"ICE was now required to incarcerate no fewer than 33,400 detainees each and every day. In 2014, Congress tweaked the number up yet again, pushing the mandate to an even 34,000, most of them in for-profit prisons."
This is truly a scam that the Congress has brought upon the people of AZ. And it clearly explains why the prisons want to make every Jose, Yolanda and Raul look like a criminal. There is way too much money in this prison business and the CEO's are laughing all the way to the back at the public's ignorance in understanding their scheme.
Sexual molestation of children is the norm in Mexico where the legal age of consent is 12. And most often, that molestation is by a relative. 70% of the women that illegally cross the border are raped.
But that means nothing to the Grijalva's and H.T. Sanchez who see thousands of dollar bills wrapped around each illegal to expand their power base and exploit these people to their last breath.
And Tucson is rolling out the welcome mat for the molesters. Tucson, Meet Yourself and your future.
I will be in Tucson for a couple of weeks starting the 11th of March 2015. Anyone want to explore the area with me? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I guess I learned how to recognize and dodge a womanizer from meeting Chuck Bowden, but not before he caught me by a leg and tumbled down some fake grass-covered stream bank just beyond the patio of one of his Tucson drinking holes. His passion was in his words, in the deep tunnels his words could blast through the cheesy grey crenulations of what you thought you knew.
He was waiting to die, in every word he wrote. Each one was a death and a rebirth and a relentless, charging drive to nail the moment, to fold each second into origami sense-poems that sprang from the page and wrapped around our souls. Once he had you inside his skin he had your mind and molded your knowing. Logic lives inside the bones. You might try to argue. It was like arguing with your own thumb, or a bunion. He worked hard for us. He couldn't help it. "This is what I do," he said. "I only know how to drink wine and file the story...."
Chuck Bowden was a one-man rite of passage for those who met him, and for those who read him. He took license and loved the romance of his own growling pessimism. But he filed those stories.
Dick Vonier was better to work with as an editor. Chuck was the guru-victim of his own talent who made no sense until, of course, transcendence struck. I sat with both of them surrounded by attorneys as we vetted my first stories for CITY Magazine. Those were rigorous sessions. Little did I know they had no E&O insurance for the publication. But they paid me well and published my investigative tales of financial crimes among Tucson's social elite as one of their first cover stories.
Thank you, Tucson Weekly, for publishing this collection of memories about a rare and dangerous creature on this earth. May telling truth through magic be contagious.
High Risk and High Reward. I believe it is up to the individual to make an informed decision, as long as all the data and potential medical complications are presented.
Whom do I contact if I have citrus in my yard for removal?
The NFL relies on grade school, high school, and college football players to fill their rosters. It starts early, like advertising. Get them hooked early. Parents particularly fathers are living their unfulfilled dreams through their sons, and sacrificing their futures. On the Frontline mentioned earlier, the NFL denied any connection with concussions and football for a decade or more. It's big money that rules this country, it's sports, it's economy, entertainment, politics and political leaders. If a working class or poor kid plays and excels at football, he may qualify for scholarships, but he may be a victim and eventually pay with his good health. It's time for a change.
I hope that the children playing football are watched as closely for injuries as the collegiate and professional players. In my opinion, Mr. Dozier made the right decision, his life and health are far more important than making the next big play.
Dozier "has been able to shift his focus to other responsibilities"...this is something the national culture might consider doing. Sadly football at all levels is too big to fail but the health of the individual players is not. For an eye opening expose on the NFL and concussions please watch the PBS FRONTLINE show LEAGUE OF DENIAL: THE NFL'S CONCUSSION CRISIS.
I'm all for the craft beer renaissance in Tucson, but I'd sure like to see these new breweries give back to the community in terms of friendlier pricing. Many of the newer breweries don't even have happy hour pricing. I just don't have room in my life for that many $5 pints.
Nice article, but your list of Tucson Area Craft Breweries does not include The Address Brewing, 1702's in-house brewery.
What is life about....if we are be in the darkness for eternity. Where do spirits move on to? Why do some stay.
Bravo Claudia. You have always been determined and passionate about what you believe. I'm not surprised that you saw this through. You deserve the best.
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