Border Rancher Rob Krentz And Dog Found Shot To Death After Aiding Illegal Alien By Digger of Diggers Realm Blog March 28, 2010 The body of Rancher Rob Krentz and his dog were found shot to death on his ranch. Krentz, who always was good-natu
Jaws are flapping and tongues are wagging as to what is REALLY going on here, but the official versions seems to be that violence is inevitable, so the time for public association is over.
"This video shows a fourth amendment violation, harassment, and intimidation by the Border Patrol in Uvalde, Texas. The driver is a military field grade officer, decorated for heroism, with more than two years of combat deployment time. He is driving
The Police State is Nigh... and Ernest Hancock is right in the middle of the debate. Just back from the FreeStateProject's "Liberty Forum" in New Hampshire, Ernest gives the low down on what's going on in the fight across the country and in Arizona.
Demands Ernie Hancock's Lawyer in Letter to Senate Ethics Committee
Why are we asked if we are US Citizens at border checkpoints? What if we simply state that we were born in Arizona/Colorado/Florida etc?... this is what happens :)
The History of 'conservatives' & 'libertarians' working together. It's happening again... WHY?
I am speaking of the lie of silent assertion; we can tell it without saying a word, and we all do it--we that know. In the magnitude of its territorial spread it is one of the most majestic lies that civilizations make it their sacred and anxious car
The "comprehensive immigration reform bill" has no name to speak of. This leads us to our conclusions about its experimental nature. Since we know biometrics (pictures and fingerprints) alone do not determine statehood, nationality or American citize
Robert Gibbs’ answer was deliberately opaque. By not addressing the question, he essentially said “deem and pass” will be used in the future to enact unpopular legislation, including a bill that will legalize millions of illegal immigrants.
Since we're on the theme of immigration reform, is there an immigration reform plan that maintains national sovereignity, avoids globalist CFR solutions, secures the borders, reduces illegals already here, while not burdening Americans with enforceme
After nearly 30 years since the last amnesty in 1986 by the late Teddy Kennedy and still-living Senator John McCain (R-AZ), immigration remains a thorn in the foot of most American taxpayers and workers. How has it gone on for so long? Why haven’t
Anchor babies or as radio talk show host Terry Anderson calls them, “Jackpot Babies” continue as a growing phenomenon in America. No less than 400,000 pregnant women arrive in the United States annually to birth their babies. Once birthed on Americ
Requiring all U.S. workers — citizens and legal immigrants — to get fraud-proof Social Security cards with a biometric identifier.
"It appears that an open boarders [sic] person named Ernest Hancock mass emailed the House Legislators claiming that HB2632 is a backdoor to the Real ID ACT.... This whole email campaign was just short of a domestic terrorist act."
Pearce AZ National ID Bill today. This bill enables any government employee at any time for any reason to access or require you to divulge personal information and exchange it with Homeland Security. Sheila Dean, www.BeatTheChip.org joins Ernest.
AZ Senator Russell Pearce's effort to provide protection for local law enforcement for their stopping any individual anytime and demanding that they provide identification that lists them on a national database as a US Citizen. (Activists report from
The greatest challenge facing Canada and the United States in the 21st century: how do they change their “romantic” notions of immigration as a positive into a more realistic understanding that relentless growth ultimately causes collapse.
Ironically, Los Angeles features a “Sanctuary Policy” for illegal alien migrants whereby they cannot be arrested, prosecuted or deported for their unlawful presence in America.
The new Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown last week said, “The American people are tired of this Congress shoving a health care bill down their throats that they have demonstrated they do not want.”
Do you like to speak out on topics, with no malice intended against any specific group? Forget about it. You will be branded a speaker of "hate," and it will go on your card.
"Perennial Ron Paul activist "Morpheus" and fellow Ronulan Sharlene Holt were walking around with their Guy Fawkes masks on pimping a petition to end Phoenix's recently approved food tax...."
Most Americans feel frustrated beyond comprehension at their powerlessness against the U.S. Congress for not enforcing the laws on the books. Over 20 million Americans cannot find a job. Another 35 million Americans subsist on food stamps.
As residents of Arizona, we need to urge Governor Brewer and state legislators to veto SB1070/HB2632, sponsored by Senator Russell Pearce (R-18) and Representative David Gowan (R-30). This bill would cost Arizona millions to train government emplo
Lawmakers working to craft a new comprehensive immigration bill have settled on a way to prevent employers from hiring illegal immigrants: a national biometric identification card all American workers would eventually be required to obtain.
While the United States finds itself stuck in an immigration quagmire, two other modern civilizations face similar predicaments: Australia and Canada.
Illegal Aliens To Protest In Washington In March Against H.R. 4437 And For Open Borders I'm really waiting for the day when one of these rally's praising the breaking of our laws is raided by authorities and they're all rounded up. Not only the
The basis of a bill would include a path toward citizenship for the 10.8 million people living in the U.S. illegally. Citizenship would not be granted lightly, the White House said. Undocumented workers would need to register, pay taxes and pay...
Those 400,000 pregnant women that enter the United States illegally to birth their babies on American soil also add themselves to our welfare rolls—which doubles the costs.
Government system employers can use to check a potential hire's eligibility to work in the U.S. accurately flags unauthorized workers less than half the time, according to a research report. A report from Westat found that the Department of Homeland