Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb spent a day in jail this week as a sentence for driving under the influence. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio confirmed in a statement that McNabb was booked in the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Detention facility on and was released from county jail after serving one day for a misdemeanor…
Donovan McNabb, the retired NFL quarterback who led the Philadelphia Eagles to the Super Bowl in 2004 and to four NFC Championship games in his 11 years with the team, was arrested in January for some sort of traffic offense, but news of the bust became public only today. The arrest took place in Maricopa
Infamous Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio weighed in on Eric Holder suggesting his treatment by Congress has to do with his race by citing his own Italian heritage and arguing there's a double standard when it comes to racism against different groups of people.
The Obama administration released 35 percent—or 68,000—convicted criminal aliens back into the U.S. general population when they could have been deported. Sheriff Joe Arpaio accused the administration of cooking the books on deportation numbers on Cavuto last week. The Washington … Continue reading ?
A study conducted by Joe Arpaio, Maricopa County Sheriff in Arizona, concluded that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may not be successfully deporting a significant percentage of arrested illegal immigrants. ICE initially requested...Show More Summary
Sheriff Joe is shocked that a judge actually sees his racism for what it is.
How about a little schadenfreude with your coffee, courtesy of the folks at Raw Story? A federal judge admonished Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio and a chief deputy on Monday for critical remarks directed at a sweeping court ruling that found their deputies racially profiled Latino drivers. The judge warned Arpaio, a divisive figure in the […]
PHOENIX (Reuters) - A federal judge admonished Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio and a chief deputy on Monday for critical remarks directed at a sweeping court ruling that found their deputies racially profiled Latino drivers.
The FBI has turned over a redacted set of documents from its investigative archives related to Maricopa County, Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, a notorious strong-man whose antics have cost the taxpayers millions in civil suit settlements...Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Federal agents have arrested an Oklahoma man accused of mailing a package bomb last year addressed to Joe Arpaio, the controversial Arizona lawman who calls himself "America's toughest sheriff," officials said on Tuesday...
Earlier today Media Matters reported on the racially-charged banquet roast for Sheriff Joe Arpaio that concluded the February 22 Western Conservative Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Arpaio's operations are currently subject to a federally-appointed...Show More Summary
Arizona State Rep. John Kavanagh (R-8th District) has come under fire from critics after he made a variety of jokes involving Latinos, Muslims, and Asians during a private roast of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio last weekend.
A Western Conservatives Conference “comedy roast” meant to skewer Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio last week instead turned into a stream of racist jokes from an Arizona state lawmaker. The post The Five Most Racist Jokes At Joe Arpaio’s Roast appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio is trolling humanity again by punishing inmates for flag desecration with a two-week diet of bread and water, and by bread, he means "a baked loaf of ground-up fruits, vegetables, milk powder,...Show More Summary
Arizona's self-styled "toughest Sheriff" in America, Joe Arpaio, says he has placed 38 inmates on a bread and water diet in six of the state's jails under his control because they desecrated the United States flag.
When dozens of inmates in Arizona’s Maricopa County jail defaced the American flag, justice was swift and unsavory — bread and water for a week. Outspoken, no-nonsense Sheriff Joe Arpaio placed the flags in jail cells two months ago,...Show More Summary