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Wired: TPD Contract With Spy Tool Maker Prohibits Talking About Device’s Use

BY GREG EVANS, Occupied Tucson Citizen In a story broken by Arizona-based independent-media D.B.A. Press and reported on in Wired magazine (though not in the Arizona Daily Star), it was revealed that the Tucson Police […]

Mar, 09

How Rockefeller Became a Billionaire

BY ALEX KOENIGSMARK, Occupied Tucson Citizen In the beginning, Rockefeller was a completely poor fifteen-year-old kid who had only a single dime to his name.  With this dime he bought an apple, which he polished […]

Feb, 22

Are UA, PCC Students Being Taken in by Federal Loan Sharks?

BY GREG EVANS, Occupied Tucson Citizen   The federal government, in collusion with universities and colleges both public and private, appears determined to resurrect an early American form of debt bondage for the benefit of […]

Feb, 03

Students, indentured servitude and America’s trillion dollar student loan debt (and, by the way, welcome back, UofA and PCC students!)

BY GREG EVANS, Occupied Tucson Citizen   All across the United States the after-effects of the housing crash are still being felt, from vacant houses to a stagnant economy. However, when it was announced last […]

Sep, 17

The story of Occupy Tucson reported in European press

[Ed. Note: This article contrasting two Occupy encampments on two different continents – Occupy Tucson and Occupy Prague – by Occupied Tucson Citizen working group member Greg Evans recently appeared in the Czech cultural-political journal […]

May, 31

Remembering the Community Vision for the Ronstadt Center

BY GREG EVANS, Occupied Tucson Citizen In a week in which City Councilmember Shirley Scott proposed a two million dollar cutback to Tucson public transit, she and others who are tempted to start dismantling our […]

May, 11

Resolution 22006: Martial law over Tucson, or a bit of legislative fluff?

BY GREG EVANS, Occupied Tucson Citizen On February 20, the Tucson City Council and Mayor triggered a storm of controversy when they unanimously approved Resolution 22006, whose wording [see graphic] strongly suggests that the city […]

Apr, 16


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