Declare Your Independence
radio show with Ernest Hancock
Friday, March 28, 2003
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).
Saturday, June 7, 2003
At the Arizona Breakfast Club at Beefeaters Restaurant.
Debate: Illegal Immigration? What are the issues, and what to do?
Guest: Russell Pearce, Emilia Vanuelos
Tuesday, July 15, 2003
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.
Tuesday, December 16, 2003
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
Monday, March 29, 2004
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.
It was a proud day when Sen. Russell Pearce declared Ernie Hancock
to be a domestic terrorist on the Senate floor. (Google it
Monday, August 29, 2011
Phoenix New Time's Columnist Stephen Lemons discusses the Russell Pearce Recall Election (LD18)