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available for a suggested donation of $3 each, except for the first issue.
The first issue of FTP, published in August of 2000, is still available
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buy a Harry Potter coffee cup, you can revel in the splendid excitement,
share the special magic, read the old newspapers!
a full list of available Tea Party issues, with an index of classic
stories from the early days, visit www.flagteaparty.org. Stories listed
below followed by WWW are also available on the Web. Index compiled by
1, Number 1, Aug. 2000
neighborly hardware store takes on Home Depot" — Deana Davis
expects her family’s store will survive despite Big Box competition. By
Dan Frazier, P. 1.
the corporate takeover of public lands" — AZ No Fee Coalition
protests Sedona’s new Red Rock Pass program. By David Sherman, P. 1.
newspaper of the people, by the people, and for the people!" —
Flagstaff’s new alternative, independent newspaper bringing about
revolutionary thoughts. By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
trouble with ‘balanced journalism’" — Newspapers and other
forms of media need to be places where important issues can be debated,
not set aside. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
undesirable development requires citizen participation" — The
Council has the authority to ‘just say no’ but is unlikely to do so
unless the community at large speaks out. By Norm Wallen, P. 8.
editor mixes dire warnings with practical tips (book review)" — God’s
Last Offer by Ed Ayres talks
about issues of environment, economics, culture, politics, and many other
concerns. By Chaparral, P. 8.
elephant in the living room" — Population is a very important local
issue that has generally been avoided by local governments, media, and
nonprofit organizations. By Lisa Rayner, P. 9.
marketing"— Being a local business you can have a huge advantage
over Big Box stores if you use relationship marketing. By Ernie Stech, P.
with care built in" — Flagstaff’s community currency has arrived.
Get involved with your community money system while at the same time
helping your local economy. By Lisa Rayner, P. 11.
Desert Dollars debut in Prescott" — Prescott gets its own community
currency system, because money should work for us, not the other way
around. By Joanna Dodder, P. A-4.
works overtime to help mother avoid Caesarian" — Jill Ainsworth
tells how she helped Eunice Wharton avoid a caesarian section. By Jill R.
Ainsworth, P. 11.
dance of existence"— Even life and death are one, Life, so called,
is only a brief interlude between two mysteries which are yet one. By
William Edelen, P. 12.
Environmental Education Center planned for Flagstaff" — The center
will expand our community’s awareness of our environment, and help us
get a better understanding on how to preserve and use natural resources.
By Glo Edwards, P. 12.
we pay oil companies to pollute" — If you think the price of gas is
high, wait until you hear how much you are really paying for it. By Loriee
Evans, P. 13.
biggest canyon divides rich and poor" — Arizona has the second
biggest wealth-gap of all the states. By Mary Sojourner, P. 15.
in the temple of diversity — The peaks are many things to many people
— and to many other species. They deserve to be protected from
exploitation. By Andy Bessler, P. 16.
Smith vs. Big Box stores” — The father of modern market theory would
be appalled at corporate domination of the marketplace. By Lisa Rayner, P.
family turns surplus goat milk into prized soap” — Carole Southwick
uses goat milk to make a gentle moisturizing product. By Joyce Reid, P.
Flagstaff need a new newspaper?” — The answer may depend on how you
value your town, your planet, and the freedom of the press. By Dan
Frazier, P. 20.
1, Number 2, Sept. 2000.
we go to bed with Wal-Mart, will we regret it the morning after?" —
Some say there are benefits but what about the consequences? Many Big Box
store employees qualify for welfare. By Peter Jacques, P.1. WWW
pharmacies give mixed messages on emergency contraceptives" — ECP
is carried in several pharmacies in Flagstaff, but is the information
pharmacists give correct? By Shannon Wells, P. 1. WWW
bicycle delivery we get a leg up on the competition" — It takes
more than money to publish a progressive nonprofit newspaper. By Dan
Frazier, P. 2. WWW
cooperative alternative" — By banding together and democratically
sharing resources of all kinds, we enable ourselves to help one another
meet our needs for affordable goods and services. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
book sellers facing new world order." — The primary reason to
protect independent bookstores is to protect freedom of expression. By
Greg Guma, P. 6. WWW
back to school time" — Flagstaff home schooling family, headed by
Cherie and Tony Schierl, demonstrates how learning happens naturally. By
Lisa Rayner, P. 8. WWW
than a Wal-Mart check-out line��� Able to leap Big Boxes in a single
bound… It’s your friends… It’s your neighbors… It’s… Super
Downtown!” — Thoughts on the joys of downtown. By Mary Sojourner, P.
Flagstaff's new money works" — Find out how Flagstaff Neighborly
Notes helps you and Flagstaff at the same time! P. 13. WWW
the development game" — A brief overview of how and why new
developments almost always get the green light in Flagstaff. By Norm
Wallen, P. 14. WWW
can get there from here!" — Flagstaff Bicycle Advisory Committee
makes a list of much needed bike pathways. By Jack Welch, P. 15. WWW
Rainbow Community Center offers a pot of golden opportunities" —
Center offers something for GBLT individuals, but everyone is welcome,
regardless of sexual orientation. By Alexander Vernon, P. 16. WWW
violence against women, A longstanding Christian tradition" — It is
simply beyond human comprehension that today, this degradation still
persists. By William Edelen, P. 17. WWW
— Factory farming, experimentation on animals, and other animal
exploitation has similarities to slavery and the holocaust. The golden
rule should be applied to animals. By Jean Myers, P. 18. WWW
in Africa, What are we going to do about it?" — Why is there such a
spread of AIDS in Africa and why won't our government help with
medication? By Christopher M. Jacobson, P. 19. WWW
Brother is watching you and spoon-feeding you your news" — Never
before has the local media scene been in such a sad state. By Dan Frazier,
1, Number 3, Oct. 2000.
the real growth management plan please stand up" — Proposition 202
gives voters a chance to rein in urban sprawl. By Becky Schipper, P. 1.
we don't like sprawl, why do we go on sprawling?" — The more
sprawl, the more it affects our lives and the more we have to pay. By
Donella Meadows, P. 1. WWW
I'm glad I voted for my wife" — It seems to be that part of the
reason for the low turnout in local elections is the lack of information.
By Dan Frazier, P. 2. WWW
you a 'Cultural Creative'? You're not alone" — New progressive
subculture gaining critical mass. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3. WWW
voter registration project aims to register 500 Latinos by Oct. 9"
— The Southwest Voter Registration Education Project grew directly out
of the efforts to organize for political empowerment. By Mike Gallegos, P.
commuting — the stress-free ride to work" — Once you begin, and
fit it into your life, the positive aspects are overwhelming. By Joanne
Gullyes, P. 7. WWW
stop: Paradox , A meditation on the magic and madness of the West"
— The old ways of living with the West are being killed; the new ways
are not yet born. By Mary Sojourner, P. 8. WWW
vs. wealth" — Does it seem like there's never enough to go around?
There isn't. It's a giant pyramid scheme. By Lisa Rayner, P. 11. WWW
is ethical morality? An ethical life is lived one day at a time" —
Issues are decided not only by how we vote, but far more importantly, by
what we are. By William Edelen, P. 17. WWW
change has the world skating on thin ice" — Recent studies have
shown evidence that the Earth's ice cover is melting at an accelerating
rate. By Lester R. Brown, P. 18. WWW
free newspapers are not created equal" — How being a nonprofit
organization limits the options for Flagstaff Tea Party, By Dan Frazier,
P. 24 WWW
1, Number 4. Nov 2000.
blazes normal and needed” — Fighting hot fires is as futile as trying
to stop 100-year floods. By George Wuerthner, P. 1. WWW
Robbins to speak in Flagstaff” — Author and advocate of plant-based
diets back by popular demand. By Dan Frazier, P. 1. WWW
search of an ad policy to change the world” — FTP searches for an ad
policy that supports what the newspaper is about. By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
busiest shopping day of the year? We’re not buying it” — Today
people place materials over human needs. How do we change this? By Lisa
Rayner, P. 3. WWW
globally, shop locally” — New Flagstaff business support program to
spotlight FAN-tastic local businesses. By Robin Craig and Phyllis
Thompson, P. 8. WWW
Writer’s Project” — Like a ‘taleidoscope,’ new anthology
captures many facets of life out west. By Mary Sojourner, P. 9. WWW
resources and planning for growth” — Grand Canyon Trust supports
propositions 202 and 400, rejects 100. By Brad Ack and Nikolai Ramsey, P.
investors should not become land barons on the American taxpayer’s
nickel” — Why Canyon Forest Village is ‘Just Too Much.’ By Rick
Lopez, P. 11. WWW
to ‘the remaining, living riches of this world’ — An interview with
ethnobiologist Gary Paul Nabhan.” Nabhan is an internationally respected
ethnobiologist and authority on issues of biological and cultural
diversity. By Patrick Pynes, P. 14. WWW
and times for aspiring bicycle commuters” — Why biking to work is a
good idea. — Joanne Gullyes, P. 16. WWW
is music to the soul" — Silence is the emotional equivalent of
carbon, you can’t live without it. By William Edelen, P. 17. WWW
to un-chain your town” (book review) — By focusing on policy, The
Home Town Advantage recognizes what has been missing in communities
across the country, including Flagstaff. By Daniel Kraker, P. 18. WWW
John Robbins changed my life” — Dan is glad to be vegan! By Dan
Frazier, P. 22. WWW
1, Number 5, Dec. 2000
this building history?" — Group says USGS Astrogeology building is
historic. USGS says it's in the way. By Dan Frazier, P. 1. WWW
justice" — Traditional tribal peacemaking heals rather than
punishes. By The Honorable Robert Yazzie, P. 1. WWW
live on this planet too" — We don’t pretend to be perfect. The
point is to become aware of the impacts our actions have on the world
around us, and to do the best we can. By Dan Frazier, P. 2. WWW
or 'corporatocracy'?" — It's time once again for the people to
rewrite the rules. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3. WWW
without a moral compass" — If we go on acting with ignorance and
indifference, the road ahead looks bleak. By John Wahl, P. 8. WWW
after money" — How gin, blood, tears and community brought one
activist to the edge and back again. By Mary Sojourner, P. 10. WWW
Ithaca, NY, time is money" — The success of Ithaca's community
currency system has inspired even the United Nations. By Paul Glover, P.
new currency is catching on" — In more then 2,500 towns and cities
around the world, people are improving their local quality of life. By
Lisa Rayner, P. 14. WWW
youth center is a step in the right direction" — Palm Springs area
center provides counseling to combat prejudice. By William Edelen, P. 15.
"Label me a
Christian liberal" — The conservative movement in the United States
is not a Christian phenomenon. By Bruce A. Kennedy, P. 15. WWW
a family affair" — Navajo peacemaking is not so much a search for
the 'truth' as it is a quest for reconciliation. By James W. Zion, P. 19.
2, Number 1 — January 2001
living wage calculated at $8.90” — Figure is a no-frills estimate for
a single person with no children. By Lisa Rayner, P. 1.
wells lowering regional water table” — Proposed solutions include
water pipeline from Lake Powell. By Lisa Rayner, P. 1.
it on the bottom line” — Supporting Flagstaff Tea Party is not
something best left to someone else. Someone else is expecting
you to do it! By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
start a living-wage campaign in Flagstaff!” — We’ve tried it once,
let’s try again! By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
is better than big blazes” — Our forest must be thinned mechanically
to prevent catastophic wildfires. By Ken Frederick, P. 5.
the sun shine in!” — Passive solar remodeling reduces heating bills
and brightens homes. By Charlie Laurel, P. 8.
youth, our community and our society” — Our kids need our help, not
our fear. By Norm Wallen, P. 9.
threaten American democracy” — Pre-emptive strikes by police are
devastating to peaceful protests. By Steve Zavodnyik, P. 10.
challenge to low income people” — By organizing, the poor can help
change an unfair system. By Chris Jacobson, P. 11.
from Santa” — Copies of the following letters from Santa to various
children were obtained through the Freedom of Imagination Act. By Dan
Frazier, P. 13.
Jews set aside old ideas” — Humanistic Judaism is rising up among many
Jews. By William Edelen, P. 15.
wages benefit communities” — Living-wage studies refute naysayers. By
Lisa Rayner, P. 17.
2, Number 2 — February 2001
man who walked in water” — Inventor of Teva sandals recalls humble
beginnings. By Dan Frazier, P.1 WWW
guru Dave Foreman to speak to NAU” — Sky Islands restoration plan a
global rewilding model. By Ashley C. Weaver, P. 1.
the rubber meets the road ... and where East meets West” — Should we
continue to publish Teva ads in Flagstaff Tea Party despite the
company’s ties to China? By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
if the world was a better place?” — Solving the world’s problems
requires a new definition of a good life.
By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
representation and the progressive left” — Overhauling the electoral
system is needed to break the two-party domination of politics. By Art
Babbott, P. 8.
this funny, or what?” — Dry Lake revisited. Daily Sun and developers
put a misleading spin on negotiations to preserve wetland. By Norm Wallen,
more is less” — How choosing to have more choices can lead to fewer
options. Activist recalls
protesting the construction of Harkin’s Theatres, and predicts how
Harkin’s control of movie market will hurt movie goers. By Mary
Sojourner, P. 10.
of intolerance” — Citizens of free societies have a right to criticize
the beliefs and opinions of others. By William Edelen, P. 11.
your spirits” — Essential oils from medicinal and fragrant herbs have
a long history of use. By Patty Richards, P. 14.
In China” — Teva founder defends his licensee’s decision to move
manufacturing to China. By
Dan Frazier, P. 15.
anti-sweatshop challenge” — The People’s Republic would be wise to
organize a global campaign for basic worker rights. By Robert Senser, P.
2, Number 3 — March 2001
Flagstaff ready for chemical de-icers?”
— Advocates of chemical de-icers hope to break cinder choke-hold
on city roads. By Dan Frazier, P. 1.
Business Alliance aims to make a difference” — Grassroots group wants
to help local businesses and unite north and south downtown. By Elizabeth
Semmelmann, P. 1.
Party granted nonprofit status, finally!” — How is having nonprofit
status going to affect Flagstaff Tea Party? By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
economic solutions promote democracy and ecological sustainability” —
Tucson economist Thomas Greco to speak on how to make Flagstaff a better
place. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
call for action against Teva” — A Tea Party board member and an
advisor step down over Teva advertising. By Don Fanning and Chaparral, P.
Sierra Club’s Flagstaff office to focus on environmental justice
grassroots organizing” — Development and mining threaten regional
tribes’ groundwater and springs. By Andy Bessler, P. 8.
bought a car” — Bicycling in a city that chose decades ago to invite
sprawl is not easy. By Michael French, P. 9.
a bioregional food system” — Let’s develop an ecologically
sustainable farming system and cuisine. By Lisa Rayner, P. 10.
Food comes to Flagstaff” — Join a global movement rejecting fast food
in favor of locally-grown. By Lisa Rayner, P. 11.
dog’s best friends” — Day care center for dogs fills a need for
Flagstaff dog lovers. By Leslie Hutchinson, P. 12.
Naturopathic approach to healing” — Naturopathic medicine is designed
to help the body heal and repair itself.
By John Baranowski, ND, LMP, P. 13.
Bush is Moses, we’re in trouble” — Today Moses would be considered a
war criminal. By William Edelen, P. 14.
true price of cinders” — Cinders cause problems for walkers, cyclists,
and people who breathe. By Dan Frazier, P. 17.
versus alternative de-icers” — All the alternatives to cinders have
their pros and cons. By Lisa Rayner,
2, Number 4 — April 2001
Review to increase affordable housing” — Redesigning Flagstaff around
people instead of automobiles will save everyone money. By Lisa Rayner, P.
a threat to health, environment” — Recent research shows some of the
effects of fluoride. By Dr. Lawrence Wilson, P. 1.
kind of space race” — Thoughts on editing, advertising, and other
arts. By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
after capitalism” — Contrary to conventional wisdom, according to
David Korten, capitalism destroys a healthy market economy. By Lisa
Rayner, P. 3.
in Taylor enjoys self-made solar living” — Barbara Kerr, co-inventor
of solar cooker demonstrates the economy of sustainable home design. By
Robert Lucas, P. 8.
year in the life of a Lewis’s family” — Watching a family of
Lewis’s woodpeckers in Flagstaff is an adventure you don’t want to
miss. By John Keith, P. 10.
of the West, unite!” — ‘We’ve got one activist for every 400
apathists. No wonder we’re fried.’ By Mary Sojourner, P. 11.
mythological roots” — Many of the elements of Christianity derive from
older Near Eastern religions. By William Edelen, P. 12.
Neighborly Notes for dummies” — Answers to some of the most frequently
asked questions about Neighborly Notes. By Dan Frazier, P. 13.
lets the Bedbugs bite” — Clara Lovett tarnishes reputation of NAU with
‘emotional vendetta’ against faculty in controversy over Ekkehart
Malotki book. By Tony Van Renterghem, P. 18.
Bedbugs’ Night Dance and Other Hopi Tales of Sexual Encounter” (book
review) Book recounting Hopi sexual tales is well done, and does not
deserve the controversy that surrounds it. By Tony van Renterghem, P. 19.
Flagstaff with New Urbanism” — Design Review would return to the
pedestrian-friendly designs of pre-World War II neighborhoods. By Connie
Bowles, P. 20.
2020 supports Design Review” — Many elements of the proposed Design
Review standards can be found in Flagstaff 2020: A Vision for Our
Community. By Becky Daggett, P. 21.
2, Number 5 — May 2001
friends and foes do lunch” — Researchers and business leaders dish up
different views on Big Box stores at luncheon. David Mauer, Al Madle, Pete
Wolff, Stacy Mitchell and Constance Beaumont speak on the subject. By Dan
Frazier, P. 1.
accused of shady tactics” — As northern Arizona racial profiling cases
heats up, state destroys evidence, according to attorney Lee Brooke
Phillips. By Phillip S. Smith, P. 1.
to think outside of the Big Box” — Consumers need to know the effects
of Big Box stores and know the alternatives before coming to a conclusion.
By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
sharing provides better mileage” — Why pay for a car when you can
share a car and pay less? For those who may only need occasional use of a
car, car sharing may be the answer. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
bicycle commuters speak out” — Local bicycle commuters are
enthusiastic about their primary mode of travel. By Lisa Rayner, P. 8.
truth about abandoned domestic animals” — Allowing cats and dogs to
fend for themselves in the wilderness is usually a death sentence for the
animals. By Jean Myers, P. 10.
buddy, can you spare a textbook?” — When it comes to educational
spending, Arizona’s priorities are bass-ackwards. By Art Babbott, P. 11.
cooperative businesses in Flagstaff” — Friends of Flagstaff’s Future
is researching cooperative economic alternatives. By Lisa Rayner, P. 12.
down” — In a world on the brink, acts of fidelity are their own
reward. Even the smallest act can have significance, and help to restore
hope in a hopeless world. By John Wahl, P. 14.
the sacred” — The belief in a supernatural god is a barrier to higher
consciousness. By William Edelen, P. 16.
out” — At the atomic level we would be unable to tell where skin
leaves off and air begins. Once we realize this, our view of our
environment will change. By Charlie Laurel, P. 17.
2, Number 6 — June 2001
‘theories’ mix science, fiction” — Some say that the white streaks
in the sky are part of a plot
to poison people on the ground. But there is no evidence that anything
sinister is behind so-called “chem-trails.”
By Lisa Rayner, P. 1.
struggles to make ends meet” — New director of MNA says visitation and
donations are too low. The challenges and responsibilities of running a
museum are immense. By Susanne Severeid, P. 1.
Thomas Jefferson count on the Arizona Daily Sun?” —
As the Arizona Daily Sun switches to morning delivery, youth
carriers are out. Meanwhile, the Sun has been inflating its circulation
figures. By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
living at Agave Gardens” — Couple living at Agave Gardens west of
Flagstaff prove that self-reliant and sustainable living is possible. By
Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
path to riches” — The Arizona Trail could become a source of income
for Flagstaff businesses. By Andrea Lankford, P. 8.
Dance of the New West?” — Compromise with developers who hold all the
cards is not a partnership. By Mary Sojourner, P. 9.
inherent value of the natural world” — We are all part of one creation
that has intrinsic value apart from human use. By Sherry Golden, P. 10.
currencies are catching on!” — Hundreds of communities around the
world have created their own democratic trading systems. By Lisa Rayner,
pope has a lot to be sorry for” — Show you are sorry by doing deeds
next time, instead of using empty words.
By William Edelen, P. 15.
contribute to global warming” — Contrails have a potentially large
effect on climate because contrails can increase cirrus cloud cover. By
Lisa Rayner, P. 18.
2, Number 7 — July 2001
of the coffee snatchers” — Another Starbucks comes to Flagstaff.
Starbucks has been aggressive in its tactics, and less than fair to its
suppliers. Local coffee merchants respond to the company’s expansion in
Flagstaff. By Lisa Rayner, P. 1. WWW
True-Value hardware calls it quits” — Deanna Davis explains how her
family’s hardware store, as well as other Fort Valley shops, are getting
squeezed by rental and maintenance fees. By Dan Frazier, P. 1. WWW
birthday to us, but first a correction” — We finished the first year
successfully, but we made a mistake about the fate of Daily Sun youth
carriers. By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
not ‘grow or die,’ it’s ‘grow up’” — Contrary to belief of
pro-growthers, nothing in nature grows forever. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
conversation we need to have about rape” — The responsibility for rape
prevention lies with the perpetrator. By Patricia Hoenshell and Stephanie
Ludwig, P. 5.
launches sustainable energy campaign” — A rally, voluntary blackout
and slideshow help electrify alternative energy fans. By Roxane George, P.
of Navajo uranium miners suffer” — For unwitting victims, health
effects of radiation exposure lingers for generations.
By Rachel Scala, P. 9.
shopping: A cautionary tale” — In this frustrating shopping adventure,
one resident finds that shopping at a locally owned store can provide
better choices than shopping at a Big Box. By Dolly Spalding, P. 10.
brief history of private property rights” — We cannot allow the
mythology of private property to override the public good. By Norm Wallen,
Douglas was a maverick and mentor” — Edelen recalls how his inner
light was rekindled by his
encounter with a supreme court justice. By William Edelen, P. 14.
the flavor of Flagstaff” — Locally owned restaurants are plentiful,
unique. List of locally-owned restaurants compiled by Dolly Spalding, P.
2, Number 8 — August 2001
long and winding road” — The search for NAU’s new president was
fraught with twists and turns, and even those on the search committee have
decidedly different views on the search. By Dan Frazier, P. 1. WWW
survey exposes high school bullying” — School harassment happens
everywhere, even in Flagstaff. Know the statistics and how you can file
complaints. By Lisa Rayner, P. 1. WWW
to be different” — Advertise with us and be a rebel with a cause. By
Dan Frazier, P. 2.
is integral to American society” — We need a complete social
transformation of our domination-based culture. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3. WWW
gay youth fit in” — Confronting challenges and creating pride in the
lives of LGBT youth. By Stephanie Ludwig, P. 8.
banking and credit alternatives” — There are good alternatives to
supporting the big banks and their credit scams — alternatives that
build community and strengthen economies. By Jesse Urban, P. 9. WWW
Notes soften effect of economic downturn” — Flagstaff’s community
currency allows neighbors to help one another, even when dollars are
scarce. By Lisa Rayner, P. 11.
proud to be a humanist” — Humanists transformed the idea of what it
means to be human. By William Edelen, P. 15.
scars can last a lifetime” — School bullying causes significant harm
to victims, bullies and bystanders. By Lisa Rayner, P. 16. WWW
2, Number 9 — September 2001
really happened to McGaugh’s?” — If Barnes & Noble didn’t kill
McGaugh’s Newsstand, what did? We may never know, but we do know
McGaugh’s was not locally owned. By Dan Frazier, P. 1. WWW
LaDuke to speak in Flagstaff” — Former Nader running mate is coming to
Flagstaff to talk about sustainable living and building connections. By
Andrea Jaussi, P. 1. WWW
degree of doubt at 3 a.m.” — When the news is a bitter pill to
swallow, but necessary. Do Flagstaff residents really need to know about
Randy Rhoton’s questionable degree? By Dan Frazier, P.2.
people have the power” — A social movement’s source of power lies in
the deeply held values of society. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
is wrong about private property” — Private property is a right, not a
privilege, and one that is integral to our freedom. By George Squyres, P.
of the Year’ accused of phony degree” — Allegations involving Randy
Rhoton could help explain Clara Lovett’s decision to leave. (See also
news brief on Rhoton’s criminal record in November.) By Dan Frazier, P.
on private property rights” — Another look at the origins and
limitations of property rights. By Norm Wallen, P. 10.
the enemy … again and again.” — For those of us who simply will not
go away, activism is a lifetime calling. By Mary Sojourner, P. 11.
the homeschooling alternative” — Homeschooling allows families to
nurture the unique qualities of each individual. By Alan M. Immerman, D.C.
truth, not ignorance” — There are some ideas that deserve scrutiny
more than respect. By William Edelen, P. 14.
our Flagstaff perspectives” — Stephanie introduces her column and
hopes to broaden the scope of religious views in the Tea Party. By
Stephanie Ludwig, P. 15.
local bookstores try to pick up slack” — Even competitors will miss
McGaugh’s. By Shannon Wells, P. 17.
recall Levi McGaugh’s store” — Richard and Sherry Mangum recall
visiting McGaugh’s in the early days.
By Steve Moore, P. 18.
2, Number 10 — October 2001
the future of McMillan Mesa?” — McMillan Mesa Conservation Alliance
offers another choice for residents.
By Lisa Rayner, P. 1. WWW
Time for a second look?” — New studies question validity of previous
evidence supporting water fluoridation. By Paul, Ellen and Michael Connett,
the collection plate for Edelen” — To survive, we are going to have to
do things differently, and that may mean dropping William Edelen’s
column. By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
time to take the ride!” — New Mountain Line bus system introduces new
buses and routes Oct. 13. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
Party readers respond to terrorism” — Read community reactions to
terrorism and the Sept. 11 attacks. WWW
back to a barter and trade economy” — Community currency advocates
discuss ways to keep local money from seeping into global economy. By Paul
Van Slambrouck, P. 11.
power of nonviolent resistance” — Embrace the freedom you have as an
American by resisting war violence. By
Stephanie Ludwig, P. 16.
female Supreme Being — the Goddess” — For 25,000 years, worshipping
a male god was unheard of. By William Edelen, P. 17.
Mesa is valuable in and of itself.” — The McMillan Mesa ecosystem is a
refuge for plants, animals and people. By Brian Nowicki, P. 18.
resources on McMillan Mesa” — Archeological survey uncovers remains of
prehistoric and historic artifacts. By
Dolly Spalding, P. 19.
2, Number 11 — November 2001
to war” — The American military is in the Middle East to guarantee the
flow of petroleum. By Johnny Angel, P. 1.
against AIDS difficult in rural Arizona” — But local grassroots
organizations are reaching out to the infected.
By Marlene Rayner, P. 1. WWW
Cline, a friend of Flagstaff’s future” — Platt Cline was a
celebrated journalist and historian. He also saw the dangers of a
community being taken over being taken over by big companies.
By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
time to ‘stop at two’” — Having two or fewer children per family
is needed to stabilize U.S. population. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
after Luna” — Julia Butterfly, two-year tree-sitter talks about her
views on the war in Afghanistan, Flagstaff and more. By Katie Curran, P.
the ‘beauty strip’” — Producing everything here would open our
eyes to our ecological impact. By John Wahl, P. 10.
new war is really the same old war” — The real threat to our republic
comes from the steady erosion of our civil liberties. By George Squyres,
living as spiritual practice” — Simple living is necessary for
communities to achieve social and economic justice. By Stephanie Ludwig,
toward sustainability” — For consumer culture to change, ethics and
spirituality must complement science.
By Charlie Laurel, P. 13.
Model of Care delivers” — In Flagstaff, home-birthing is not in its
infancy anymore. Mary Ann Baul has been practicing midwifery in Flagstaff
since 1982. By Laura Colvin, P. 15.
The unknown ideal” — Anarchists work for a self-managed, egalitarian
society. By Clayton Beverly and Puck, P. 16.
2, Number 12 — December 2001
corporations rule the world” — Author who awakened world to growing
corporate menace finds reasons for hope. An interview with David Korten,
author of When Corporations Rule the World, By Sarah Van Gelder, P. 1. WWW
downtown ‘theme park’” — NAU researcher tracks city’s evolving
marketing themes, and finds businesses often use names that evoke the
environment. By Thomas Paradis, P. 1. WWW
has left the building!” — Former publisher’s mild-mannered tactics
speak volumes about the trouble with advertiser-driven media. Thoughts on
Steve Saville, Flag Live! and Mountain Living. By Dan Frazier, P. 2.
was a radical” — He was a heretic because he treated everyone as
equals, including women. Unfortunately, some of his teachings have been
dismissed or forgotten. By Lisa Rayner, P. 3.
and environmentalists cooperate” — Diablo Trust finds sustainable
alternatives through collaboration. By Norm Lowe, P. 8.
the Anderson Mesa antelope herd” — Diablo Trust promotes restoration
of the Mesa’s native grassland habitat.
By Norm Lowe, P. 9.
the Flagstaff area in winter” — Winter brings opportunities to see
some great birds, including Bald Eagles. By Linda and Frank Brandt, P. 10.
money and reweaving the web of life” —
We need nonviolent tools to help redistribute wealth and power and
restore the Earth in the process. By Carol Brouillet, P. 11.
Vedanta means to me” — Philosophy favored in India appealed to
celebrated Flagstaff historian. By Platt Cline, P. 15. WWW
emotional pain through bodywork” — The effects of abuse and emotional
violence can remain trapped in our bodies, but bodywork can help. By Barb
White, P. 16.