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  • A Spoiled Breakfast
  • A Spoiled Breakfast  2

    An excerpt from Champagne Cowboys, the new thriller from Tucson author Leo W. Banks
  • Down the Toilet
  • Down the Toilet  3

    Flushing Away the Year Gone By
      It feels like we’re gonna have to flush 10, 15 times to get rid of all of this year’s backed-up stupidity. Once again, correspondent Leo W. Banks has read through the news and remembers—hopefully for the last time—the mooks, malcontents and madmen of 2019 before it all swirls away.
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  • 2018: A Space Idiocy
  • 2018: A Space Idiocy

    Looking back on a year that took us into the outer limits
      If we are really building a Space Force, can the current occupant of the White House lead the charge into the final frontier? We can think of plenty of other nitwits and ne’er-do-wells we’d like to send up to space with him, whether they were the LSD-gobbling airmen tasked with safeguarding our nuclear missiles or onetime Tucson City Councilman Rodney Glassman, who lost his bid for the Arizona Corporation Commission. Our year-in-review starts in 5…4…3…2…1…blast-off!
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  • A Box Full of Trouble
  • A Box Full of Trouble  2

    An excerpt from Leo W. Banks’ new novel, Double Wide
      I got home at dusk and saw the shoe box on the steps of my Airstream. It wasn't there when I left. The hackles went up on my neck.
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