Something to look forward to.....
There always has to be one xenophobic nitwit who is willing to rationalize harm done to someone because he's terrified. And he's angry that everyone else won't be terrified with him. It must suck to live like that.
Sounds like Vanderpool wasn't doing basic fact-checking AGAIN! Next stop... the Dandy Dime!
"First item: the Pot calling the Kettle black.
I woulda spiked that first item. Yep.
Why is she resigning? That should be the story.
15 months later and still nothing new, Danno. Que pasa?
First item: the Pot calling the Kettle black.
I WOULDN't vote for her but the attack on her military service is uncalled for.
Ldonyo: he's known for many things, and I can't name them all :)
You forgot "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr."
No thanks....not for me!!! There is too much sex shown now as it is! This sort of thing should be kept private!!!
With over 60% of the TUSD student enrollment being Hispanic why is this even needed? Is the "Lacey" named in the law firm the same one who is on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Historical Society?
Big bucks if you can find some shards!!!!
The story has been updated.
Thanks for the fix. Weed? Hmmm.
The Mandela is a communist/terrorist argument is asinine for a few reasons:
1) ANC is no more a terrorist organization than the Continental Congress. The argument for the ANC being a terrorist organization is that it occasionally attacked civilians, even though it's military activities predominantly targeted government installations (police stations, military bases, etc). The Continental Congress argument links easily, because some US Militias attacked Tories, murdering some, and killing others. Mandela has never been linked to ordering an attack on civilians, although he supported violent action against government targets.
2) The ANC is a 'communist organization' because it received funding from the USSR. The Continental Congress argument works well here as well--you might as well call the Continental Congress a pro-Absolute Monarchist organization, because they took funding from the French. The political beliefs of the organization can be discerned from the policies enacted when it is in power. At least under Mandela, the ANC was democratic, principled, and committed to reconciling white and blacks who were at each others' throats.
It should be "...Wood receives oral sex...", not "...Weed receives oral sex..."
This is actually covered in the U.S. Flag Code.
From § 7, paragraph (m) "In the event of the death of other officials or foreign dignitaries, the flag is to be displayed at half-staff according to Presidential instructions or orders, or in accordance with recognized customs or practices not inconsistent with law."
I don't think Arpaio will get a visit from the secret service for not lowering the flag, but the choice isn't exactly his to make.
The code does allow for private individuals to see it as just a guideline, and there are no consequences for refusing to do so. Arpaio is an elected official, so it would be prudent for him to comply, his personal opinions aside.
Tucson Weekly |
3280 E. Hemisphere Loop, Suite 180, Tucson AZ 85706 |
(520) 294-1200 |
Powered by Foundation