As a general rule, I vote no on any proposition, especially those that tie the hands of state government when it comes to budgetary issues, and this Prop 123 shall also enjoy my no vote.
My husband and I were accosted at the AZ 86 checkpoint back in August, most likely because I was driving whereas when he drives, we get waved through without incident because he's a White man, while I'm Tohono O'odham with brown skin. We complained to the agent in charge and were promptly told we have no rights at a checkpoint. Needless to say a complaint has been filed with the ACLU.
I've always believed the official rain guage should be set up someplace where scientific innovation is alive and well, like the UofA. Anyone remember that old KGUN ad where husband and wife are caught in a rainstorm? Husband says weather forecast said no rain for the airport, wife screams back "THE AIRPORT? WHO LIVES AT THE AIRPORT?"
I'm not going to bother reading this article, I only came for the opening Dickens. We all know that the current crop of councilors are going to easily sail to re-election so we may as well stop fooling ourselves on the prospect that they won't win. Lets put the election routine behind us and moveon.org.
When Clearchannel became I heart whatever, I knew nothing good would ever come out of it. It just makes sense that Dub found a new home on a much better station.
97.5 is a far better station anyway, looking forward to continued slow jamz on Sunday nights
As much as I disagree with illegal immigration, Prop 100 goes against what our nation was founded on, namely that no one shall be held without due process. Even UDAs are entitled to that same protection under the law, otherwise which group is next to be targeted by those wanting to save us from ourselves. What needs to happen instead is to return judicial discretion to judges rather than forcing more mandates on them, which is why our nation now leads the world in incarcerations.
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