1. Ralph Heap - Mesa Tu Decides

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    • MCSO Deputy Sean Pearce Fatal Crash: Part 2

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      MCSO Deputy Sean Pearce was clocked at 81 mph just seconds before a December 16 crash that killed Glendale resident John Edward Harding, 63. Pearce was traveling north on North 59th Avenue a little after 1 p.m. in an unmarked black Chevy Tahoe when he collided with Harding's Nissan Cube, as it was turning south onto North 59th Avenue from West Hayward Avenue.

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      • MCSO Deputy Sean Pearce, Clocked at 81 MPH, Seconds Before Fatal Crash

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        MCSO Deputy Sean Pearce was clocked at 81 mph just seconds before a December 16 crash that killed Glendale resident John Edward Harding, 63. Pearce was traveling north on North 59th Avenue a little after 1 p.m. in an unmarked black Chevy Tahoe when he collided with Harding's Nissan Cube, as it was turning south onto North 59th Avenue from West Hayward Avenue.

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        • For What the Recall was Worth

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          "For What the Arpaio Recall was Worth" . . . a sound collage of comments regarding the failed recall that conducted by Randy Parraz, Respect Arizona, and those Citizens For A Better Arizona against Joe Arpaio. (Music: “For What It’s Worth” by the Buffalo Springfield.) FOR MORE: Please listen to the following two editions of the PHOENIX TALKBACK RADIO SHOW: 1. Show #10 - THE RECALL FLEECED US SHOW (AKA “Where’s My Recall?”, #1) - 2013 June 02, 2013: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXYPbrRAqAU 2. Show #11 - THE REFLECTIONS OF STAUFFER SHOW (AKA "Where's My Recall?", #2) - 2013 June 09, 2013: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBoorZiJ5L8 3. Show #12 - THE MANY HAPPY TAX RETURNS OF RANDY PARRAZ SHOW (AKA "Where's My Recall?", #3) - 2013 June 09, 2013: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suxgIxnhRQQ

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          • Asian Social Justice Lawyers: Reflecting on Practice

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            On February 27, 2013, the Stein Center for Law and Ethics and the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice sponsored the third event in the Global Legal Profession Workshop series. Speakers were Louise Trubek, Clinical Professor of Law Emerita University of Wisconsin Law School and Frank Munger, New York Law School Professor of Law and Co-Chair of the Law and Society Colloquium. Commentators were Martin S. Flaherty, Leitner Family Professor of International Human Rights Law and founding Co-Director of the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice and Carl Minzner, Fordham Law School Professor of Law. Moderator was Russell Pearce, Edward & Marilyn Bellet Professor of Legal Ethics, Morality and Religion and Co-Director, Stein Center for Law and Ethics, Fordham Law School.

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            • Why Morality-Free Economic Theory Does Not Work

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              On October 18, 2012, the Institute on Religion, Law & Lawyer's Work hosted a lecture entitled "Why Morality-Free Economic Theory Does Not Work: A Natural Law Perspective in the Wake of the Recent Financial Crisis." Speakers included Professor Luigino Bruni, Associate Professor at the University of Milan-Bicocca, Economics Department and at the Sophia University of Loppiano in Florence; Professor Michael Baur, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham’s Rose Hill Campus and Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School where he teaches Natural Law; and Professor Russell G. Pearce, Professor of Law, Edward & Marilyn Bellet Chair in Legal Ethics, Morality, and Religion at Fordham Law School.

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              • 2013 Wolff Lecture - Rabbi Gordon Tucker

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                On Monday, January 14, 2013, Fordham Law's Institute on Religion, Law & Lawyer's Work welcomed Rabbi Gordon Tucker for the 2013 Wolff Lecture. Rabbi Tucker's talk was "Between Validity and Truth Falls the Shadow: Law-talk and God-talk in Judaism."

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                • 2012 Best of the Capitol - Best Coordinated Campaign: Jerry Lewis During Pearce Recall

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                  Sen. Jerry Lewis' campaign during the 2011 Russell Pearce recall election is the winner of the Arizona Capitol Times' 2012 Best of the Capitol Best Coordinated Campaign award. Watch him describe what it took to win the historic election and how his sense that victory was possible was present from the beginning of the campaign.

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                  • David Schapira on the 2012 Arizona Senate leadership

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                    Senate Minority Leader David Schapira, D-Tempe, talks about the one thing he liked from this past session of the Arizona Legislature: the change in leadership. Schapira says Senate President Steve Pierce was a better leader than recalled former Senate President Russell Pearce, for a number of reasons.

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                    • Treble Army - Party Over Here

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                      Artist: Treble Army Song: Party Over Here Album: Amierdaca, It's Bigger Than Hip-Hop Listen to full albums online at http://bit.ly/yTgTpu, http://artisticreasonaz.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Treble-Army/301326787502 Lyrics: Welcome to Arizona, pleasure to meet you Land of militia soldiers, Confederate recruits Brandish a weapon it’s legal, tha penalties are few But it’s law 4 a foreigner’s medical benefits refused Sweetheart State, cardiac arrest if ya harbor Mexican day laborers, elections cater to racism Promises of border fence, electrify an alien Hundred thousand left in one year after legislation hit BS 1070, Detention remedy Percentage decreasing, waning John Wayne Census demonstrating that tha blend is steady shading Tha streets are speakin’ Spanglish to fading Caucasians Economic situation’s right 4 stokin’ cowboy boot spur flames Papers, please: tha brown surrounds ya surname Southwest, how tha hate taste? How’d it get here first place? Turns out there’s much beyond tha surface! Tha Tea Party’s Over Here: Russell Pearce, Joe Arpaio’s Posse’s wild Musketeers Don’t forget to mention Jan Brewer She’s a pure mouthpiece for tha pockets of Corrections Tha South lost tha Civil War but cotton grows in this calor Sharecrop tha ex-slaves for wages, that’s what a n***** for Pit tha former against tha foreigner for chips Divide tha toilers so they focus on their skin With tha option of deportation in their backpocket They conquered Black and Brown unity for mass profits Operation ******* might sound like laugh comics Call yourself white, go to war, don’t be draft dodgin’ Animosity amongst tha natural allies, tha master’s mouth lies To keep us distracted from full Black Panther/Brown Pride Repeating tha nonsense arguments spouted from enemies Solidarity forever clouded from our memory Vato Talamantes & George Jackson for example Fred Hampton and tha Brown Berets I rest my case Or could it be that Tom Horne’s reform Intention prohibit truth in pupils it miseducates? Tha Tea Party’s Over Here: Russell Pearce, Joe Arpaio’s Posse’s wild Musketeers Don’t forget to mention Jan Brewer She’s a pure mouthpiece for tha pockets of Corrections America’s Toughest Sheriff preparin’ Gestapo era tactics Black folks should pay particular attention I’d be remiss not to mention tha links Governor Jan totes In her cabinet Corporation Correction A volunteer army of Segal and Lou Ferrigno Arpaio appears Nazi, Bruja Brewer’s Lady Hitler (with pen strokes) Tha laws get more repressive, outlaw English 2nd language class Funding designated to bankroll their concentration camps Snitchin’ on students buildin’ 287g New meaning of field trips and school work: TURN IN YOUR PAPERS, PLEASE Barry Wong proposed utilities 4 migrant families cut Very strong connection between Phoenix laws and fascism Prison industry dictates tha policies, incarcerate, ask Questions later, Disregard tha critics, Guard tha revenue Russell Pearce was puppeteer of neo-cons, Read tha lines in between dollar signs with verde hue Tha Tea Party’s Over Here: Russell Pearce, Joe Arpaio’s Posse’s wild Musketeers Don’t forget to mention Jan Brewer She’s a pure mouthpiece for tha pockets of Corrections

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