Arizona Breakfast Club - Sept 3rd - Ernie & Co. traveled with Jordan Page to support Oathkeepers and ten fired police officers in Quartzsite, and will give us a report on the event. And Ted Downing will give a 15 minute presentation on the "Open Primary, Open Government" initiative. Also the Russell Pearce Recall Election is gearing up. Three of the candidates: Michael Kielsky (confirmed), incumbent Sen. Russell Pearce (invited), and Jerry Lewis (confirmed) in the November 8, 2011 election to select the Senator for Arizona Legislative District 18 (northwest Mesa) have been invited to give us a brief presentation of their candidacy.
-Michael Kielsky for Senate - Libertarian, running in the November 8, 2011 election to select the Senator for Arizona Legislative District 18 (northwest Mesa).To obtain nominating petitions, please get in touch (via FB should work) -- or download the PDF of the petition at this link, but be sure to print it on 11 x 14 (legal size) paper -- then go and get signatures, and be sure to sign the verification on the back page.
“We do not have an illegal immigration problem. What we have is a welfare state problem. We need to get rid of the welfare state and any and all of the various complaints people have that they blame on illegal immigration will disappear.” — Libertarian Michael Kielsky, who has submitted paperwork to run in the LD18 recall election
-Jerry Lewis for LD 18 Senate - The official group supporting Jerry Lewis to be the next AZ Senator from LD 18 - For all those who think that Jerry Lewis would make a great addition to the Arizona State Senate.
-Recall Russell Pearce - Citizens for a Better Arizona is a newly formed coalition of concerned citizens committed to improving the quality of life of all Arizonans – better schools, better health care, better jobs, better government and a better, more civil tone of respect and decency when it comes to solving Arizona’s problems.
-August 22, 2011, Phoenix New Times–Citizens for a Better Arizona, the committee that has forced a recall of state Senate President Russell Pearce, has announced a fundraiser for this Thursday, August 25,... Read More
-August 18, 2011, Phoenix New Times–Four hundred clams. That’s what some lobbyists may have paid to attend a fundraiser held for embattled state Senate President Russell Pearce Wednesday night... Read More
Russell Pearce, Arizona State Representative, and Chairman of the Appropriations Committee in the Arizona House of Representatives.
Russell wants to be public about his support of my lawsuit, and tell the tales of a State Government out of control (if he repeats half of the things said to me during an hour long phone conversation then it'll be a very interesting show).
Arizona House Appropriations Chairman (R) Russell Pearce, Community Activist Rusty Childress, and anti-Immigration Activist Henry Esparza will be on the radio show for 2 hours describing the their opposition to immigration into the United States. This is the show you would want to listen to. We'll see how well these three can argue against the open border positions of a libertarian.
Bond... Ken Bond is on a mission to fix government by eliminating publicly funded lobbyist.
Departments of the government have taxpayer funded lobbyist, paid to lobby for yet more taxpayer money. Ken Bond is spearheading a bill that will eliminate this conflict-of-interest practice. (Russell Pearce comes up)
Russell Pearce is the House Appropriations Chairman in the Arizona State Legislature and is a leader in the battle to pass the initiative PAN Protect Arizona Now. This initiative would require ID to be shown to vote and to prove eligibility to get government services. The hope is to save taxpayers billions in in services given to Illegal Immigrants.
Ernest and the Republican leader share each their opinions on the what the real issues are and how best to address the problems. It was a very interesting and spirited conversation that was very informative.