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Re: “A Dollar a Day, and Other Observations About Ducey's Education Funding Proposal

You failed to acknowledge that there will be a greater funding weight for low income/high performing schools. There is a path for increased funding and it's up to the school leaders to make the choices to expand, replicate or improve. The majority of the low income/high performing schools are in Southern Arizona.

Posted by Carlos Ruiz on 01/18/2017 at 5:58 AM

Re: “The Fake News Frenzy

Oh, and to the statement that we are not a democracy. Only in the minds of right wingers who do not want one. In truth we are a constitutional democratic republic. We the people elect representatives in a direct democratic vote. . . .https://www.reference.com/government-polit…

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Posted by Kenneth Groves on 01/18/2017 at 5:28 AM

Re: “The Fake News Frenzy

Since the media is owned over 90% by six far right wing republican companies I'm always amazed by those who call the media "so liberal it's literally the democratic party". This is what a conservative business site says. Oh yeah, a lot of the rest is owned by Mitt Romney (ClearChannel) . . http://www.businessinsider.com/these-6-cor…

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Posted by Kenneth Groves on 01/18/2017 at 5:21 AM

Re: “Cinema Clips: Paterson

This is a skimpy, rushed and superficial review which lacks any form of criticism, analysis and depth. There's no attempt to analyze Paterson's character or his motivation for writing poetry. There's no description of the relationship between Paterson and Laura, nor is there any mention of the culmination of events, over an entire week, that explore and define Paterson's psyche. A devastating loss occurs towards the end of the film, and a beautifully filmed redemption is ultimately realized. Yet this Grimm review stolidly sticks to cliche, formula and ultimately, a contempt of the viewer's intelligence.

Posted by Cineaste on 01/18/2017 at 3:17 AM

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