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This controversial political film from directors Dinesh D’Souza and John Sullivan will invoke vastly different reactions from audience members. Many will find the film a patriotic, yet underreported, story on how our nation has prospered from our early years due to innovation, entrepreneurship, and capitalism--emerging as not only the wealthiest nation on the planet, but also the most generous. Just as many other viewers will leave the theaters feeling jilted by a political infomercial disguised as a documentary. Lastly, some moviegoers may be introduced to several political hot-button issues for the first time, and left reflecting on D’Souza’s historical data points on subjects such as relations with Mexico and Native Americans, slavery, imperialism, and capitalism. Regardless of a person’s position or thoughts on these subjects, this film accomplishes one significant feat—it empowers people to formulate one’s beliefs and positions, squaring the movie’s interpretation with their own life experiences.
Pima County to open Veteran’s workforce center
A 30-year career in printing, marketing, promotion and advertising sales, as well as service in educational technology prepared Diane Snedden for ownership of a retail location that services small to medium size businesses with branding, marketing and promotion through print media.
Diane Snedden of Aim Mail Centers
The Best of the Northwest received nearly 400 votes
Marana annual Egg Nog Jog coming January 1
The biggest change in Marana schools for 2010-'11 may be what didn't happen over the summer.
Holiday book drive for kids in hospital
El Tour means road restrictions in Oro Valley
Tucson gets praise in biz publication
Discussions got heated again at the Oro Valley Town Council meeting last Wednesday.
If approved, a sweeping, 531-page plan aims to lessen the impact of development on 13 sensitive species in Marana.
Splendido, a resort-style continuing care retirement community in Oro Valley, is putting on its first-ever recipe contest aimed at celebrating Arizona’s active, older adults and their baking talents.
February 15, 2006 - Five years ago, Bior Keech gaped at the University of Arizona campus through a car window, overwhelmed by his task of adapting quickly to American life and enrolling at the university.
Ryan Stanton, rstanton@ExplorerNews.com
Oct. 20, 2004 - In the fall of 1995, the Oro Valley Arts Advisory Board organized its first jazz performance in the town and encouraged attendees to bring their own supper.
The five major executive branch offices in Arizona are governor, secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer and superintendent of public instruction. The following are overviews of the candidates in the Sept. 10 primary election races. Uncontested major and third party candidates will automatically advance to the general election Nov. 5. The Northwest EXPLORER will provide more information about their campaigns in our October general election coverage.