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Re: “Southern Arizona Sanctuary Movement Makes a Statement

Don't expect David Safier to get the details right when he's reporting about his political adversaries. His technique is more scattershot: blast them with whatever you've got, real, distorted, and / or invented. Cf. his attacks on the IEC TKF before the TUSD Board election.

Does he care who and what gets hurt in the process? The truth, people with whom he disagrees politically, or local parents donating and volunteering generously to try to improve our schools?

Not a bit.

The most laughable portions of his blog are those where he tries to work up righteous indignation about "fake news" and distortions of THE TRUTH by his political adversaries. As if he's not guilty of same, and regularly.

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Posted by The Safier Scattershot Technique of "Reporting" on 01/20/2017 at 6:38 AM

Re: “Save Our Guns

Yo paster. What fake news site did you get those fake numbers from? The Onion? Newsmax? Wow, they're not even close enough to call passable BS. So sad.

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Posted by Kenneth Groves on 01/20/2017 at 5:18 AM

Re: “Doo Wop Daze

The author, Lee Allen, LIVED through the history of Tucson broadcasting! Ok, I'll say it: Lee IS the history of broadcasting in Tucson. I only had a little piece of the pie. Wonderful article!

Jim Patterson
Phoenix, Arizona

Posted by James Gordon Patterson on 01/20/2017 at 4:48 AM

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