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With the help of people like you, we have a real chance to get Joe Arpio out of office, and to have an electoral race that we can get excited about.

Tweet Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio stands for everything that we are fighting against this election.   He endorses Donald Trump for president, and calls him his “true political soul mate;” he boasts about having his own “concentration camp,” blatantly defied orders by a district judge to order his deputies to stop the unconstitutional racial […]

Immigrants Don’t Drain Welfare. They Fund It.

Tweet By Laura Reston Republican presidential candidates who want to deport undocumented immigrants en masse, end birthright citizenship, and build a wall along the Mexican border just got some new ammunition. A report released Wednesday by the Center for Immigration Studies, an organization that advocates for reducing immigration to the United States, has concluded that […]

Mormons/LDS/FLDS want to pass bill requiring for everyone to go to Church.

Tweet Now let’s see, I’ve been on Facebook since 2009. From the beginning I have been against the Mormon/FLDS/LDS for profit and deviance because of what they do and have done to the state or Arizona. I’ve said time and time again that they believe that church and state are one of the same. I […]

Citizens for Better Arizona a/k/a “Randy Recall Inc.” Under Fire

Tweet Citizens for Better Arizona (CBA) (an operation run by the likes of Randy Parraz and Chad Snow) has come under tremendous fire recently from the Carlos Galindo show who has played audio clips from a young lady under the age of 18 years of age that was misled with regard to Arizona politics. This […]

Diseased hearts? – James Cosner

Tweet James Cosner activist and Blogger Spiritually, politically, and scientifically speaking, the nature of disease is that it spreads and proliferates throughout the human body and the human family. More specifically, capitalism and classism, patriarchy and sexism, white supremacy and racism, colonialism and parasitism, imperialism and conquest, greed and consumption constitute the most deadly diseases […]

Why the César Chávez Film “Failed” at the U.S. Box Office

Tweet by Alisa Valdes The question on every Latino’s mind this week? Why is the César Chávez biopic, directed by the amazing Diego Luna and starring powerhouse actors Michael Peña and Rosario Dawson, failing so badly at the U.S. box office? The film had a huge promotional budget and push. Everyone knew it was coming. […]

LULAC Demands Resignations of Arizona State Representative John Kavanagh and Sheriff Joe Arpaio for Racially Charged Jokes Made During Roast for Arpaio

Tweet   Washington, D.C. – Today, LULAC Executive Director Brent Wilkes released the following statement in reaction to the racist remarks made by Arizona State Representative John Kavanagh at a roast for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. “The racist comments regarding Latinos, Asians, and Muslims made during a roast for Sheriff Arpaio were morally reprehensible. […]

Ariz. Sheriff Joe Arpaio Punishes 38 Inmates With Bread and Water Meals for Destroying US Flag that he had put in thier cells; Supporters Cheer Him

Tweet BY LEONARDO BLAIR , CP REPORTER Arizona’s self-styled “toughest Sheriff” in America, Joe Arpaio, 81, says he has placed 38 inmates on a bread and water diet in six of the state’s jails under his control because they desecrated the United States flag. “These inmates have destroyed the American flag that was placed in […]

State bill calls for restrictions on public resources for illegal immigrants

Tweet By: Sara Goldenberg PHOENIX – A new state bill would make it against the law for an illegal immigrant to use public resources including driving on public roads. State Representative Carl Seel (R-District 20) said House Bill 2192 would only affect undocumented immigrants who have committed a crime. Seel said it would be an […]

Cesar Chavez (Movie coming soon!)

Tweet Directed by Diego Luna, Chávez chronicles the birth of a modern American movement led by famed civil rights leader and labor organizer, Cesar Chavez. Torn between his duties as a husband and father and his commitment to bringing dignity and justice to others, Chavez embraced non-violence as he battled greed and prejudice in his […]