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GUILTY: Federal Judge Rules Arpaio Guilty Of Racially Profiling (VIDEO)

GUILTY: Federal Judge Rules Arpaio Guilty Of Racially Profiling (VIDEO)

Today is a happy day for all of the victims of Sheriff Arpaio’s discriminatory practices as a federal judge finds him guilty of profiling Latinos.

by Shannon Argueta· · News
Addicting Info’s Weekly News Round Up – State of the Union Edition (VIDEO)

Addicting Info’s Weekly News Round Up – State of the Union Edition (VIDEO)

Catch up on the week’s news, with a focus on seven priorities stated in Obama’s State of the Union speech … plus Hillary Clinton, Pope Benedict XVI, and the cruise vacation from hell (February 9th-16th)

Outrage Builds As Arizona Continues To Count Votes

Outrage Builds As Arizona Continues To Count Votes

Hold up on the congratulations for Arpaio, Flake, and a number of other office seekers in the state – Arizona’s got a problem.

by Deborah Montesano· · News
Arpaio’s Cold Fish Press Conference – Obama’s Birth Certificate Still Isn’t A Fake (VIDEOS)

Arpaio’s Cold Fish Press Conference – Obama’s Birth Certificate Still Isn’t A Fake (VIDEOS)

Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse, led by Mike Zulo, traveled to Hawaii where they discovered that Obama’s birth certificate is fraudulent – except it’s not.

by Ayla Ryan· · News
Obama’s Arizona Cliffhanger Has Finally Been Resolved!

Obama’s Arizona Cliffhanger Has Finally Been Resolved!

Arizona, breath a great big sigh of relief!

by Deborah Montesano· · News
Arizona Secretary of State, Ken Bennett - Birther And Romney Campaign Co-Chair

Arizona Secretary Of State And Birther Is Romney Co-Chair – Hawaii Politely Tells Him To F*** Off

Bennett claims that he’s made repeated attempts to get the information from Hawaii. He hasn’t had much luck. Here’s why; Hawaii is sick of it.

by Wendy Gittleson· · News
Ethnic Studies Banned for Telling Truth

Ethnic Studies Banned for Telling Truth

The legislative ban on ethnic studies classes in Arizona high schools was upheld in Administrative court in Phoenix, AZ in December by judge Lewis D. Kowal of the Arizona Office of Administrative Hearings. More accurately, the ban on Mexican-American studies in Tucson has been upheld.