Murica of the Day: Arizona Student Violently Blindsided by a Riot Cop

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Arizona students riot after the Wildcats lost to Wisconsin. To control the situation riot cops were called in, but some of them were very violent. A cop in riot gear took down an innocent girl for no reason. She didn't seem to be make an audible or visible scene, and the response by the cop was excessive.

Beating a Dead Horse of the Day

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Beating a Dead Horse of the Day
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In the rumor/controversy that just won't die, President Obama's campaign team has asserted that the president will, indeed, be on Arizona's general election ballot, despite Secretary of State, Ken Bennet, stating that he would disqualify Obama if he could not prove he was, in fact, born in Hawaii. Though given some of the other injustices happening in Arizona, this seems totally unsurprising.

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This Seems Kind Of Wrong of the Day

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This Seems Kind Of Wrong of the Day
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This Seems Kind Of Wrong of the Day: Arizona's Supreme Court upheld a ruling issued by a lower court ordering the removal of a San Luis city council candidate's name from the ballot because she wasn't sufficiently fluent in English.

Alejandrina Cabrera is an American citizen who was born in Yuma, but raised in Mexico for a number of years before returning to Arizona at 17. She adm

Gabby Giffords Update of the Day

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Gabby Giffords Update of the Day
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Gabby Giffords Update of the Day: Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, whose painful road to recovery after being critically wounded during last year's Tucson shooting was recently documented on ABC's 20/20, announced today that she will be resigning from Congress in order to f

This Is Also All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day

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This Is Also All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Speaking of how Arizona is making a habit of being awful, an administrative judge yesterday upheld an earlier decision by the state's superintendent of public instruction to ban the Tucson Unified School District's Mexican-Ameri

The Woman With The Pink Gun of the Day

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The Woman With The Pink Gun of the Day
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The Woman With The Pink Gun of the Day: In a recent report filed by Arizona Republic reporter Richard Ruelas, a claim is made that Arizona state Sen. Lori Klein (R-LD6) -- a staunch gun rights advocate noted for carrying a loaded handgun into the state Capitol two days after the Tucson shooting -- pointed her raspberry-pink .380 Ruger at Rue