Cochise County Remains Intact in New Congressional District Maps

December 28, 2011
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Tentative Final Congressional Map - Statewide

Cochise County remains intact in the final redistricting maps, as now drawn by the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.
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FBI Director Disputes Third Gun at Brian Terry Murder Scene

December 15, 2011
By
Robert Mueller FBI

FBI Director Robert Mueller denied that a third gun was allegedly recovered at Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry's murder investigation. "There was no third weapon found at the scene. There were two weapons that were found at the scene, not a third. Why there were suggestions as to a third I'm still not certain... But the fact of the matter is there were only two weapons found at the scene," Mueller said.
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Bisbee Bans Disposable Shopping Bags

December 8, 2011
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bftp logo

By unanimous decision, the Bisbee City Council became the first city in the state of Arizona to ban single use shopping bags. The ban will be voluntary, before being reviewed by the City Manager. Five cent fees for the use of disposable fees may soon be charged in the larger retail stores, followed by smaller stores later.
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GOP Demands Obama Fire Attorney General Eric Holder for Scandals Shared by Bush/Obama Drug Wars

December 8, 2011
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Eric Holder is Fast and Furious

US Attorney General Eric Holder is under fire by the Republican members of Congress over the 'Fast and Furious' gun smuggling scandal that has begun to engulf the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the FBI, including the DEA doing a collateral money laundry for Mexican cartels. Its little concern that these scandals began during the Bush administration, and are now fully endowed by Obama's Department of Justice.
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DEA Launders Drug Profits for Mexican Cartels

December 4, 2011
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DEA Blood Money_600

The Drug Enforcement Administration has new methods for enforcing drugs on the American public, similar to the ATF's strategy of letting guns 'walk'. If you are an important member of an alleged Mexican Drug Cartel, you can have your money laundered, transferred and traced by the Drug Enforcement Administration, at an affordable price guaranteed to perpetuate the Drug War on Americans.
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Former US Attorney Dennis Burke Blames Stooges in Gun Lobby for ATF Scandals or ‘Distractions’

December 2, 2011
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Dennis Burke Addresses Fast and Furious

Former US Attorney for Arizona, Dennis Burke, blames Senator Charles Grassley's staff for creating falsehoods, calling them the willing stooges of the gun lobby that distracted the public away from the successes of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms programs.
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Bisbee Deportation Planned at Masonic Hall with Lawmen and Businessmen Targeting Wobblies

November 18, 2011
By
The IWW is Coming

Once upon a time in Bisbee, miners and sympathizers were forcibly evicted by a conspiracy of lawmen, businessmen and “good Masons” who met and planned the violent deportation at the Masonic Hall, which is now the Bisbee Mining and Historical Society.
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Mysteries of the Desert – Judge Seals Brian Terry Homicide Records

November 16, 2011
By
terry2

The Brian Terry murder has become a flashpoint for every policy and tactic that has failed in the drug war. Besides rules of engagement issues, Fast and Furious weapons found at the scene, an informer's missing gun, resignations at high levels of the ATF and DOJ, and denials of criminal activities from nearly everyone in the Bush/Obama administration, this Mystery of the Desert is a tragedy of policies that militarize rather than medicalize the enormous illicit drug markets.
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Veteran’s Day

November 11, 2011
By
Norman  Rockwell - Gillis Family Veterans

For Veteran's Day, Norman Rockwell - the Gillis Family Veterans...
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Brian Terry’s Family Claims ATF Defied Common Sense on ‘Fast and Furious’

November 10, 2011
By
Brian Terry CBS

"The fact of the matter is that the men who killed Brian Terry were armed with brand new military grade assault weapons and ammunition. The weapons were allowed to be purchased with the full approval of ATF and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Arizona..."
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Songs For the 99%- Dirty F@#*ing Hippies Were Right!

November 10, 2011
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hippies

The Hippies were right, but that's not what is important now. Doing what's right is harder, than being right.
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Bisbee Protesters Occupy Bank of America

November 6, 2011
By
bofa

Bisbee Protesters occupy Bank of America, urging customers to move their money to community credit unions.
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Bill of Rights Permit for Assembly, Petitions, and Free Speech

November 2, 2011
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WE ARE NOT CAMPING

WE ARE NOT CAMPING...We're assembling peaceably...to petition the Government for a redress of grievances...THIS IS OUR PERMIT
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DOJ Attorney Lanny Breuer Regrets ATF ‘Gun Walking’ Illegalities

November 1, 2011
By
Lanny Barber

The emails, regrets and testimony regarding ATF gunwalking scandals, known as 'Fast and Furious' (the Blame Obama version), and 'Operation Wide Receiver' (Blame Bush version) have begun to provide details of a longterm policy to allow firearms to proliferate into Mexico.
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Cochise County’s Representation Could be Split in Redistricting

October 31, 2011
By
Cochise County - 1915

Cochise County residents across the political spectrum complained about having their representation divided in the newest redistricting maps.
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Obama Now Less Popular than Marijuana Legalization

October 30, 2011
By
NORMAL Medical Marijuana States

Gallup reports that, "A record-high 50% of Americans now say the use of marijuana should be made legal, up from 46% last year. Forty-six percent say marijuana use should remain illegal." Obama's job approval has 53% disapproval, versus 43% who approve. October, 2011 was the month that marijuana became more popular than the job approval of President Barack Obama.
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Broadband Wireless Internet Funds for Rural Areas Announced by FCC

October 27, 2011
By
FCC

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the Connect America Fund for rural Internet broadband from the use of a fee formerly used to fund telephone services for rural communities.
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Bisbee Transportation Plan Study Public Meeting on October 27th

October 17, 2011
By
Bisbee Main Street

Bisbee residents are invited to join the City of Bisbee and the Arizona Department of Transportation at an October 27th public meeting to learn more about the on-going study to develop a Comprehensive Transportation Plan for the community.
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ATF ‘Phoenix Case’ Emails Detail Another Bush Era ‘Gun Walking’ Operation

October 15, 2011
By
George Bush

Besides the Bush era 'gun walking' operation known as 'Wide Receiver', emails that detail a second Bush era program of watching guns flood Mexico have been released.
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