Doug Smith, an outsider brought in to clean house, leaves The Tucson Police Department in even more of a leaderless morass.
Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.
Nobody in his right mind should have even considered voting for a no-dick little weasel like John Kaites.
The Town of Oro Valley employs police-state tactics-literally-against its neighbors...Meanwhile, the Tucson Police Department's misplaced priorities lead to ludicrous results...Plus more!
If any local bureaucracy needed an outside consultant, it's the poorly run Tucson Police Department. But when City Councilman Jerry Anderson called for just that, the idea fell flat. Why?
Five months ago it was common knowledge that Danny Sharp would be TPD's next chief. Then Capt. Kevin Danaher had his embarrassing little accident, and Sharp's career took a tumble.
Downtown residents seek a voice in what happens to Tucson urban heart.
It's a tough life, working for the Tucson City Council. And to make matters worse, sometimes, you find yourself getting free passes to Yanni concerts.
Guess what? There's a good reason the cost of government keeps increasing.
Miffed at Smith? Scratch your chinny at The Skinny? Don't let
things fester--get them off your chest here.
An off-site link to Tom Tomorrow's fabulous political cartoon.
An off-site link to the home page of Jim Hightower, whose populist musings often appear in the Weekly.
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