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Re: “Political Roundtable: SB 1070, Sheriff's Joe's Federal Troubles and an Interview With Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne

Attorney General of Arizona, Thomas Horne, formerly Superintendent of public school's, has been a long time opponent of the ethnic studies program, claiming the studies were UN-American. However, logic would indicate, that events transpiring on American soil, would in fact, become a Part of our Nations histroy.

Horne, further suggested, that the program was capable of encouraging an overthrow of the United States Government by the high school students involved in the program. A state funded investigation on the matter later revealed the allegation's made by Horne, to be false.

"Skeletons for breakfast," would be an appropriate name for a book, describing in detail, the dark history of Arizona's ill treatment of their Mexican / American community. The ethnic studies program is a valuable asset in preventing Governors, Attorney Generals, and State Senators, from exhuming the remains of former legislation, and reinstating inhumane policies of the past, which would ultimately result in a direct violation of human Rights.

Historians dedicate a major part of their lives searching through the pages of time, in an effort to avert the mistakes of the past. Should students from the Tucson Unified School District, be deprived by the State of uncensored historical events, which would serve as an indication as to what the future may have in store for them in the State of Arizona, after all, "History is the prophet of the future."

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Posted by phillipb16 on 12/17/2011 at 5:24 AM

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