The Pima County Sheriff's office has a history of corruption. Way back, a Sheriff Martin was accused of participating in the operation of whore houses. Not so long ago, Sheriff Burr's management nearly led to a shoot out among deputies. Now this. Sounds like it's still the wild west with a bad sheriff in charge today. Given Dr. Carmona's information, it's clear that Mr. Napier is the choice for voters.
JoJoHolzel, spin the slaughter any way you want. The fact remains that the killers hold their conventions at the Dead Animal Museum. Predator Masters, for example, held their national convention at the Museum. These are the ass holes, like McElroy, who go out and kill as many animals as they can in one day and give each other prizes for the highest number of kills. This type of activity is extremely detrimental to the biological diversity of the deserts around Tucson. The Museum is a blight on Tucson and on Southern Arizona. I would like to verify your allegation about "natural causes". I do not believe you.
DIRKY, you are making up stuff. China? One of the least polluted? Ha!! That's why the Chinese wear air filters to go outside, huh? Least polluted my ass, you fool. Environmental laws have cleaned up a lot in the United States, and you are one of the beneficiaries of those laws. The proposed Rosemont Open Pit Copper Mine is a noxious project that must not be allowed to go through. I am sending as much money as I can to the groups that will sue to help fund lawsuits to halt this lousy boondoggle.
There are an army of professionally trained scientists and engineers who recognize the proposed Rosemont Open Pit Mine as the devastation it really is. The opinion by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is a political opinion, NOT scientific. This federal agency is notorious for green washing destructive projects, like Rosemont.
Randy Serraglio is one of the most knowledgeable individuals in the United States and is 100% correct about Rosemont.
This proposed mine is a terrible idea that will wipe out water resources in a large area of Southern Arizona, including surface waters, as well as ground water depletion. The wildlife in the area, including endangered species, will suffer irreversible negative consequences, if this mine actually goes through.
I look forward to vigorous litigation to stop it and plan to donate money to support suing to stop the mine for the benefit of wildlife, of people who live near the mine site and to support real estate values near the site.
Real estate values near the mine site will plummet, if the mine goes through.
What, Again:. good riddance. Fewer people in Tucson improve things. Don't let the door whack your butt on the way out of town.
Great letter, Pam Squires. Tucson's magic becomes more precious, when I am not in Tucson. Like now. After five months wintering in Tucson (my home town 1959 - 2009), I am up in Oregon's Willamette Valley for a while. Longing for Tucson is physically and emotionally painful, maybe a little bit like a heroin addict sweats, shivers and shakes for smack. Thanks for your excellent words.
This is a fun column to read, particularly Mr. Danehy's comments about the Arizona Legislature and Governor.
Although, I love reading an array of online newspapers every morning, two of which I subscribe to. I read my Kindle Fire every night, because it's back lit and I don't have to turn on a bedside lamp to see a printed page.
Maybe I don't comprehend as much from online and Kindle readings, but I think I do. I certainly cover a large geographic area reading online newspapers, and I don't have to travel every morning to pick up hard copies of the Boston Globe, The Oregonian and the Register Guard in Oregon with stop offs for the Tucson Weekly on Thursdays and the Arizona Daily Star.
The electronic news media on today's Internet is wonderful. Griping about "real journalism" being on life support reminds me of a book titled "Who Moved My Cheese". You may remember that book is about keeping up with changes that leave some people way behind, waiting for their "cheese" to show up in places where they've become mired in.
So, I am not going to limit my reading to only hard copies. In the maze of life, I've found the cheese of reading electronic stories and news is a GREAT modern development that enriches my life.
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