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Top Arizona Articles

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  • It's a Gray Area: Right to be 'Rule of Law' city

    OK, let's calm down and see these recent developments in Arizona and even the city of Costa Mesa for what they really are. They have little or nothing to do with racism and everything to do with legitimate frustration, and even desperation, about the...
  • Sounding Off: Illegals costing states billions

    Ed Hepner wrote that Arizona gave in to just 20% of the voters regarding their new anti illegal alien law (Sounding Off: "Arizona gave in to just 20% of voters," May 22). Where did he come up with that estimate? The latest polls show that 71% of the...
  • Group against 'Rule of Law'

    Group against 'Rule of Law'
    Surrounded by police, and standing in front of Santa Ana's processing center for people who have recently been arrested, about 100 people on Thursday protested Arizona's recent immigration law and Costa Mesa's resolution declaring itself a "Rule of Law"...
  • Sounding Off: Mexican president casts stone in the U.S.

    President Obama recently invited Felipe Calderon, Mexico's president, to address a joint session of our Congress. During this speech he lambasted Arizona's recently enacted anti-illegal immigration law as being racist and unfair. I don't know about you,...
  • Arizona suspect is held

    Police in Arizona said they have linked at least one burglary sexual assault there to a man arrested in Newport Beach earlier this year and think there could be more victims, authorities said. Kevin Lee Francois, 44, is being held in Orange County Jail...
  • Protesters stop traffic in front of South Coast Plaza

    Protesters stop traffic in front of South Coast Plaza
    Immigrant rights activists blocked traffic in front of South Coast Plaza Monday to protest against Costa Mesa's recent "Rule of Law" proclamation and to call for comprehensive immigration reform. A dozen protesters bound themselves with duct tape to...
  • Sounding Off: You must take care of yourself

    Louisiana orders the National Guard to build barriers against oil. Hey, wait a minute, isn't that a federal job? Isn't Louisiana doing essentially the same thing that Arizona is doing? Shouldn't the people of Louisiana just sit around and drown in...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Planning for a protest

    Ever been to a protest? I haven't. Not on the protest side anyway. We've all seen protests — people shouting, waving signs, burning stuff, yelling "What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now!" That kind of thing. I don't get too...
  • Classic cars are 'nostalgia, a piece of history'

    A preview of next weekend's Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auction rides from South Coast Plaza to O.C. Fairgrounds, revs up car enthusiasts. Bill Morgan was all too happy to pop open the trunk to his daughter's candy red 1965 Ford Mustang convertible...
  • Soliday brings recruits aboard

     Soliday brings recruits aboard
    Rhett Soliday travels about an eighth of a mile to his office every day. But having now settled into his seat as the Vanguard University men's basketball coach, the former UC Irvine and Concordia University assistant has learned the Lions' program has...
  • Living on with 'Rule'

    Juan Garcia is an illegal immigrant from Mexico, but he doesn't concern himself with the Costa Mesa City Council's "Rule of Law" proclamation, which symbolically opposes people like him who live and work in the city. He is not alone. Nearly a dozen...
  • No thanks for ACLU advisory

    Did you hear that the American Civil Liberties Union issued a "travel advisory" last week? Yep, ACLU offices in two dozen states felt it necessary to warn those traveling to Arizona that they may be subject to racial profiling. This warning is no...