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Re: “Oh, That Ally: Miller Bans Corrupt Media From Her Election-Night Fest

What the heck is wrong with that 6 percent?

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Posted by Break the shackles of dependency on 08/30/2016 at 9:51 PM

Re: “Guest Opinion: National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

Informative writing , I was enlightened by the insight - Does anyone know if my assistant could possibly acquire a fillable SSA-3373-BK version to complete ?

Posted by candy barto on 08/30/2016 at 9:25 PM

Re: “Oh, That Ally: Miller Bans Corrupt Media From Her Election-Night Fest

"Corrupt Media" is a term of art to describing journalist from the other side, or in the case of some more recent movements, any side. (Six per cent of Americans trust what they see in the news.)

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Posted by Fred Pearson on 08/30/2016 at 9:21 PM

Re: “Oh, That Ally: Miller Bans Corrupt Media From Her Election-Night Fest

We all know the media is corrupt, that's not news.

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Posted by Jim Kelly on 08/30/2016 at 9:16 PM

Re: “Oh, That Ally: Miller Bans Corrupt Media From Her Election-Night Fest

I see that The Weekly has banned its editor from proofreading the headline. What is "Corrupt Meda"?

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Posted by potmeetskettle on 08/30/2016 at 8:47 PM

Re: “Oh, That Ally: Miller Bans Corrupt Media From Her Election-Night Fest

Why would the corrupt media try to attend a victory party when they worked to destroy her?

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Posted by Susan Hirsh on 08/30/2016 at 8:25 PM

Re: “TUSD Enrollment, 2000 to 2016, Part 2

Supporting Public Ed Means Supporting Local Reform

Its not just the Special Masters report that suggests more regulation can't heal TUSD. Look at the nationwide data for struggling schools. These are schools that have a great deal of oversite by state Departments of Education. Result: after five years of oversite, 75% of all these schools are worse.

Regulation is a dead end. I did a thirty year policy and literature review to enlighten my self as to what we could do better in Arizona. It was an intellectual desert waste land.

School choice is the only policy tool left and the evidence is that it is working in Arizona. Not just working but working spectacularly.

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Posted by jhuppent@hotmail.com on 08/30/2016 at 10:43 AM

Re: “Best of Benin: Alafia

This article is spot on! Everything Alafia serves is fantastic. It's food you think about for a long time after. The memory will cross your mind unexpectedly throughout the next month, calling you back.

Posted by ellenmcbride on 08/30/2016 at 8:29 AM

Re: “Zona Politics: Your Primary Election Round-Up!

MaYBE McSally would serve us better being a pilot and not a politician. But I know the money/pension is good. So many prefer the politician stepping stone. McSally has not been honest with her time in Congress, fails to tell the people her full voting background. And with John McCain, he tells in an ad how he wants to create more jobs. John, just retire at age 80 and give a young politician a chance at the Senate. You have served you state and nation for many decades, it time to retired with many pensions you draw upon. Donald Trump seems to be drawing many Republican Politicians to him in AZ. It doesn't surprise me. It as state full of radical and extreme conservatives, that voters must reject to survive.

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Posted by votesmartamerica on 08/30/2016 at 8:26 AM

Re: “The Skinny

From my reading seat this is a long, sad list of strange, thought disordered behaviors. Anyone county supervisor who, with serious intent, demands "round-the-clock patrols" from county employees is abusing the office. And anyone who, with serious intent, calls 911 and says that "my life is in danger" unless they remove internet content is more than a little unbalanced mentally.

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Posted by Thinking_Allowed on 08/30/2016 at 5:32 AM

Re: “The Skinny

The fake 911 call doesn't surprise me. Sorry, but this is kind of a thing in Tucson. I witnessed a fair amount of 911 abuse by people who just wanted the cops to come in and break up a nonviolent verbal dispute, or intimidate someone who disagreed with them, or resolve a customer service débâcle. There are a lot of people in the Old Pueblo who don't get that 911 is supposed to be reserved for life-threatening emergencies. I haven't seen this as much on the East Coast.

Also, you'd think that there would be a fair number of people who would cheer on Miller's war on Raytheon, considering how politically divided the city can be. I remember how vigorously the Tucson chapter of Food Not Bombs campaigned against the company ten years ago or so. I'm surprised the Weekly chose not to look into this part of the issue.

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Posted by Ex-Arizonan on 08/30/2016 at 1:34 AM

Re: “Legalization Props

I'm not surprised that teen marijuana use in Colorado has stagnated or declined since legalization took place. For many teenagers, doing something that is wholeheartedly approved of by the law and/or your parents can be boring as hell.

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Posted by Ex-Arizonan on 08/30/2016 at 1:24 AM

Re: “The New York Times is Telling the Story of How Tucson Became an 'Unlikely Food Star'

The article was about the UNESCO designation. The UNESCO designation has to with with the big picture of 4,000 years of food cultivation, the present relationships among producers and dining, food security and the work of the Community Food Bank. That's why Severson, who is far from being a mediocre writer came here. It was a good piece and because of it Food and Wine had an article on their website. This all brings attention to Tucson's culinary scene,

Posted by Rita Connelly on 08/29/2016 at 3:40 PM
Posted by SonoranWinds on 08/29/2016 at 11:09 AM

Re: “Zona Politics: Your Primary Election Round-Up!

Four weeks ago Steele published an op ed in the Star on the economic opportunities that exist in the Arizona-Sonora border area, showing an understanding of the issues involved that so far surpasses the simplistic phraseology of the incumbent as to be embarrassing to Colonel McSally. But recent reports of a shortage of fighter pilots in our military may point to the next step on McSally's career ladder.

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Posted by franklymydears on 08/29/2016 at 8:33 AM

Re: “DREAMers Hope a Maricopa Judge's In-State Tuition Ruling Rubs Off On the Arizona Board of Regents

My business partners were requiring a form a few weeks ago and were told about a great service with lots of fillable forms . If people want it too , here's http://goo.gl/XXBQJY

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Posted by Remedios Atkins on 08/28/2016 at 8:58 PM

Re: “Zona Politics: Your Primary Election Round-Up!

In reading the transcript of Zona Politics and previous comments, I'm surprised at the little attention given to Matt Heinz, who would make a fine predictable Congressman but I doubt if he would beat McSally. Victoria Steele will not be so predictable, is and will be more independent and has shown herself to be courageous beyond the ordinary. From the beginning of her campaign, Victoria has insisted it isn't about money, it's about commitment and passion, about a true concern for the common good, all of which she has displayed throughout her public and private life. Victoria Steele can win back the seat in which the Udall brothers, Jim Kolbe, Gabby Giffords and briefly Ron Barber served the people of southeastern Arizona so well over the past half century. With Victoria as her fall opponent, Colonel McSally's daily e-mail whining for 'more money, please' will perhaps nudge the local economy upward but will not buy her another term in the House.

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Posted by franklymydears on 08/28/2016 at 4:56 PM

Re: “Zona Politics: Your Primary Election Round-Up!

Thank you, Mr. Nintzel, for this show. We need to know as much as possible about the candidates in this important election.

Victoria Steele knows and cares deeply about the needs and values of working families,seniors and the poor in our CD2.

Martha McSally is a professional politician that is indebted to big money donors, out of state corporations and the Trump Machine--- her millions of dollars are raised from people that don't live here.

Victoria Steele has the governing experience and the values that are our values---she fights for the our interests in a way that McSally never has. Victoria has proved her loyalty to us. McSally has proven her loyalty to big money.

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Posted by Paul Stapleton-Smith on 08/28/2016 at 10:44 AM

Re: “A Taco Welcome

Thank you Adam for writing this story and thank you everyone for reading and commenting on this article. We are excited to open in Tucson using local investment money and to provide 30+ local jobs. We understand and accept we cannot please everyone, but just the same, we hope you all will be open minded, visit our establishment when we open this holiday season and try some fish tacos.

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Posted by Jimmy Hula's Fish Tacos, Burgers and Beer on 08/28/2016 at 10:33 AM

Re: “A Taco Welcome

I was part of the team that opened Firebirds at La Encantada mall, countless people told us we wouldn't last a year, but almost 15 years later, guess what? Might not be your favorite restaurant, but Firebirds is still there and going strong. Point is, these guys know they can't make everybody happy, but given their location, clearly they are no dummies, this place will do just fine whether you like it or not.

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Posted by Jiggers on 08/28/2016 at 9:40 AM

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