On the left is the Huppenthal Voucher and on the right is the common Vulture. Both are scavengers. Vultures feed off the dead. Vouchers feed off public education.
Are vultures nobler than vouchers? Both are bird-brained scavengers. There the similarity ends. Vultures feed off the dead. Vouchers feed off public education. Let's take a closer look at vultures versus vouchers.
Memo from County Supervisor Ally Miller:
Down at the Arroyo Cafe, Romero was telling his friends about his grandfather. The old man had been a farmworker in California in the ’60s and he had met César Chávez.
Demonstrators gather outside the White House in Washington, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. Russian troops took over Crimea as the parliament in Moscow gave President Vladimir Putin a green light Saturday to use the military to protect Russian interests in Ukraine. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
What can the U.S. do about a nuclear armed Russia invading Ukraine? Plenty. Here are a number of steps members of the world community have taken already.
When Arizona’s discrimination bill, SB 1062, was making international headlines, state Sen. Al Melvin appeared on “Anderson Cooper 360” to speak on behalf of persecuted bakers everywhere. Then Cooper invited him back.
A bold monument is being proposed for the Capitol grounds in honor of the executive achievements of Arizona's Governor Jan Brewer (Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer)
Praising Brewer for vetoing Arizona's Anti-Gay bill is like giving me a pat on the back for saying “No, thanks, I think I’ll pass on the puke-in-paper-bag sandwich," to the crazy homeless guy.
A nation in central Africa just made it a crime to be gay. Uganda is now known as "the Arizona of Africa". We're a punchline, again.
Bravo to State Senator Al Melvin, the pride of Saddlebrook, for his impressive appearance on CNN opposite Anderson Cooper. Anderson Cooper was trying to set up the wily proponent of the anti-gay bill but our cagey Melvin outsmarted him. "I won’t stand for it, sir.”
This undated image courtesy of the White House shows an artist rendering of Pothole National Monument in midtown Tucson, Ariz. Nearly a mile wide and over 550 feet deep, the pothole is the largest in the world.
On February 12th of this year President Obama, by Executive Order, designated a midtown pothole a national monument. His secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, toured the proposed area in December and found the pothole to be," a remarkable national treasure rivaling Oregon's Crater Lake in…
A law that lets business owners cite their religious belief as grounds to refuse service to gays is now on Gov. Jan Brewer’s desk. The law is the brainchild of state Sen. Steve Yarbrough, a Chandler Republican.
Arizona State Senator Al Melvin, American.
From the Office of Arizona State Senator Al Melvin:
This week’s winner is Daniel Garland, “Maybe you really can't judge a book by its cover.” The runners up are: Tim Collins, "You want to re-load now or stop for lunch first?” And Sherry Keto Tanko, “So much for the yellow brick road.”Each Wednesday the Star will publish a Fitz cartoon without…
Each Wednesday the Star will publish a Fitz cartoon without a caption. We want you to come up with the best caption. The deadline is 6 p.m.Thursday.Go to azstarnet.com/opinion in your web browser (not e-mail) to find and enter the contest. To submit a caption, you must be logged in to the …
Named for the deadly La Brea tar pits in southern California that swallowed mastadons whole, an RV loaded with snowbirds visiting from Iowa was said to have disappeared into this killer pothole in 2013. .Photo by A.E.Araiza.
Where is it? Where is the The Pit, The Crater, Satan’s Subway Entrance? Where is Tucson Asphalt Black Hole?
‘Reservation for two?” I nodded. As our perky hostess led us to our table I whispered in my Valentine’s ear. “Who would have thought we’d make it to 2031?”
This week’s winner is Melissa Fletcher, “Danger Wheels Robinson! Danger!” The runners up are: Tobin Rosen, “Bend over and kiss your axles good bye.” And Patrick Foley, “He's a schlep at the wheel.”Each Wednesday the Star will publish a Fitz cartoon without a caption. We want you to come up …
A National Forest Service production, "Rambo" is a 2014 action epic directed by Ewe Grant, co-written by and starring Ram Rackbottom as "Rambo" a troubled and misunderstood Bighorn Sheep who sets out to avenge the deaths of his fellow bighorns at the hands of Mountain Lions. Despite initial …