While both email and article conclude that "freedom is not free," cutting and pasting text from fellow Tea Party legislators is certainly cheap.
"Even the state-commissioned audit says La Raza Studies has been successful. They are doing something right and you would think that they would be curious and study it instead of trying to kill it. What this tells me is that they don't care if Mexican Americans learn."
Mark down July 8th as a day history was made in Arizona. In a swift affirmation of Arizona's fast-growing and powerful new political movement, the architect of the state's controversial immigration law has officially been recalled.
It's remarkable how often crucial moments in America's quest to preserve its wild legacy are embodied on the rim of the Grand Canyon.
New York City's campaign finance system, often lauded as the best in the nation, is under attack. The United States Supreme Court may be about to severely curtail the role of public financing in elections.
As Interior Secretary Ken Salazar joined Havasupai tribal elders and Rep. Raul Grijalva for a historic announcement at the Grand Canyon National Park on Monday, Republicans across Arizona scurried to create their own roadside attraction.
So far from God, so close to the Republican National Committee When some Simpsons characters took refuge in the local church after a hurricane, the c...
Precious Knowledge is the type of unique and powerful film that could ultimately shift public perception and policy on one of the most misunderstood education programs in the country.
When Gov. Nathan Deal signed his state's punitive HB 87 immigration law at noon today, Georgia took Arizona's place on the nation's fast track to penal profiteering from immigration crackdowns.
After drafting Arizona's controversial new immigration law SB1070 last year, Arizona state Senate President Russell Pearce held the spotlight and became the anti-immigration poster boy in Arizona and across the nation.
President Obama, by going to Latin America this past week, you showed the region -- and Latinos here at home -- that we matter. Thank you for doing the right thing.
For the past few decades, U.S. policy has succeeded in marginalizing, exploiting and vilifying the U.S.-Mexico border region as well as the people who live and work there.
Before we throw low income neighbors out of their hospital beds, I thought we should at least have a chance to hear why this is happening.
Instead of screaming about the advances public employees have made to preserve health care, job security and economic justice, angry voters should be asking who has been keeping them from obtaining the same.
By Catherine A. Traywick, Media Consortium blogger Days after Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Attorney General Tom Horne filed suit against the federa...
Brace yourself -- right-wing extremists in Arizona have swung so far right, they've crossed into the Leftern nether regions. Evidence is shown by A...