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January 5, 2014

Arizona’s next governor? Steven Seagal, shown above kicking a lot of ass in “Under Siege,” is thinking about running. The guy he’s bugging for advice regarding the idea? World’s Worst Sheriff™ Joe Arpaio. 

20:11 // 8 months ago
October 2, 2013
The next time Sheriff Joe Arpaio decides he wants his deputies to pull someone over based on the color of their skin alone, he’ll probably want to check with his new court-appointed monitor to make sure that’s a good idea. (The monitor will most assuredly say no.)

The next time Sheriff Joe Arpaio decides he wants his deputies to pull someone over based on the color of their skin alone, he’ll probably want to check with his new court-appointed monitor to make sure that’s a good idea. (The monitor will most assuredly say no.)

22:16 // 11 months ago
June 17, 2013
15:21 // 1 year ago
May 25, 2013
Ours is an operation, whether it’s the state law or the federal, to go after illegals, not the crime first, that they happen to be illegals. My program, my philosophy is a pure program. You go after illegals. I’m not afraid to say that. And you go after them and you lock them up.
Maricopa County, Az. Sheriff Joe Arpaio • As quoted in a federal court decision which ruled that the sheriff’s department illegally targeted Latinos in its immigration patrols. The accusations against Arpaio and his police department include accusations that officers pulled over residents for the purposes of checking their immigration status, along with a repudiation of the aggressive detentions people pulled over by police officers face. The quote above was used as evidence of improper conduct by the department. Arpaio denies the charges and his lawyer argues that the department received poor training from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
12:34 // 1 year ago
April 14, 2013
It’s about home protection. If you are a single mom or dad and can’t afford a shotgun, we’ll give one to you.
Tucson resident Shaun McClusky • Discussing his work with the Armed Citizen Project, a program whose goal is to hand out guns to people in working-class neighborhoods in cities around the country, including Tucson, which had a major shooting just two years ago. (Yes, they do background checks before handing them out.) The approach, understandably, has drawn controversy, along with a response from a local activist in Tucson, who launched a competing endeavor called the School Supply Giveaway campaign.
15:54 // 1 year ago
April 12, 2013
Yikes. Someone sent Sheriff Joe Arpaio a bomb, but it was intercepted before it reached his offices and destroyed. Arpaio, 80, is a controversial figure for his stance on immigration and his treatment of prisoners. (photo by Darryl Webb/Reuters)

Yikes. Someone sent Sheriff Joe Arpaio a bomb, but it was intercepted before it reached his offices and destroyed. Arpaio, 80, is a controversial figure for his stance on immigration and his treatment of prisoners. (photo by Darryl Webb/Reuters)

10:27 // 1 year ago