In addition to their resident psycho, Mr. Fitz, Tucson’s increasingly strident primary print news organization, the out-of-state owned Arizona Daily [Red] Star, employs the Metro’s premier character assassin, one Tim Steller.
Born to 2 hard-core, McCarthy-era, labor union activists in Minnesota (where else?), Steller easily qualifies as a proud “red-diaper baby” in the documented Hate-America-genre of Alinksy, Ayers, Dohrn, Cloward & Piven.
You’d think his 53.5 years would have mellowed this nativist’s blinkered world-view, but that’s simply not the case. If anything, he’s doubled-down on venality-in-print, now expanding the range to deeply personal character assassinations, on a clock-work schedule.
Just ask some of his recent victims: Judge Adam Watters, Vail bizguy Kelly Walker, former Sheriff Mark Napier, Senate candidate Blake Masters, Brian Seasholes, Mike Ingram, Jim Chilton, Tony King, Joe Konrad, Grupo Mexico’s German Larrea; even organizations like the Tucson Zoo volunteers, UA’s College of Agriculture, Southwest Communities Coalition, et al.
Steller has also gone after *SALC, the Metro’s struggling, pro-economic development group. How dare they try to influence the sacred redistricting process? And to try and unseat the decadely-enshrined, and dystopic Dimshevik patrimony that’s made Tucson the laughingstock of the Southwest. And Steller did it with what appears to be purloined insider communication from a very leaky source at the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.
Is it just me? Or more of the normal, blatant hypocrisy of Tucson’s RedStar, so taken for granted, with their audience of spoon-fed, uber-liberal gullibles? One has to ask the basic business question of the newspaper’s management: does anyone there have the brains & cohones to challenge Mr. Steller’s continuous, Hard-Left-all-the-time, branding?
I’d like to remind Steller, technically, he’s a legal “public person”, first & foremost. Something in the future it might pay to be mindful of.
Before some irate victim of his racial, political, and sexually one-sided, monthly personal attacks—the ones consistently going unchecked in this Iowa-owned newspaper …returns the favor. Things could get real interesting in hipster Highland Vista, downtown in Ward-Kozachikstan.
*Southern Arizona Leadership Council
Sellers is a Southpark Republican living in incorporated Oro Valley; his background is federal technology commercialization, and can be found at “Metro Tucson E-P-T News” on Facebook