Vol. 16 Issue No. 19 | May 12 – 18, 2010

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Proposition 100 doesn’t ensure fiscal responsibility

By Linda Bentley | May 12, 2010

School audits identify poor record keeping, improper reporting, fraud and abuse
PHOENIX – The May 18 special election is just days away, early ballots have already been mailed and school districts throughout Arizona are cheerleading for the passage of Proposition 100 to raise sales tax by 18 percent for the next three years.   More ...

filming queens of country at the buffalo chip‘Queens of Country’ filming throughout Cave Creek

By Linda Bentley | May 12, 2010

Twinkle Cash Company began production last week on “Queens of Country,” a feature film directed by Ryan Page and Christopher Pomerenke (Blood into Wine, Moog, The Heart is a Drum Machine).  More ...

Has the time finally come to stop funding our own insurrection?

By Linda Bentley | May 12, 2010

HB 2281 ends four decades of taxpayer-funded promotion of racism against white Americans in our schools
PHOENIX – MEChA clubs have infiltrated college and high school campuses from coast to coast since the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, promoting anti-white racism in favor of a “bronze continent,” while teaching Latino, Chicano or Hispanic students that assimilation into American culture, language and customs is tantamount to becoming white.  More...

U.S. Senate candidate J.D. Hayworth gets warm Tea Party welcome

By Steele Coddington | May 12, 2010

jd hayworthN. PHOENIX – J.D. Hayworth, former conservative Congressman and candidate for the U.S. Senate, running against John McCain, got an enthusiastic introduction from North Phoenix Tea Party leader Wes Harris and a warm welcome from an overflow crowd at Marie Callendar’s restaurant on Cactus Road.   More...

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