Helping to lead the charge against the citizens of the southwestern state is a man named Tony West. West is notorious for his de facto membership in the "Gitmo-9". As an attorney in the San Francisco law firm of Morrison & Foerster, West reported
Obama is suing Arizona for passing this currently debated anti-illegal-alien law. This legal action is based on the doctrine of federal preemption. This simply means that State laws cannot amend Federal laws or render the latter inoperative in the StRead Letter
The Obama administration today sued Arizona over the state's strict new immigration law in a move that drew fire from Republicans who said the border needed more security. The Arizona law requires state and local police to investigate the immigration
Arizona's campaign against Mexican immigrants seems to intensify with every passing week. This latest round of escalation, however, has even some proponents of getting tough on illegal immigrants wondering if it's just gone a bit too far.
The Justice Department has decided to file suit against Arizona on the grounds that the state's new immigration law illegally intrudes on federal prerogatives, law enforcement sources said Monday.
The president gave a big speech on immigration today, though the bill promised during his campaign is nowhere to be seen. Bryan Curtis on the sudden about-face and Obama's White House meeting with immigration advocates.
Now the article is somewhat interesting but the comments section is where the real fun is, those people are crazy they see the words "gay" and "protest", hilarity ensues. Also Gay Advocacy Groups Battle Over Arizona Boycott is in there read that
As my RBN broadcasting colleague, Terry Anderson likes to say,"You just can't fix stupid!" And there is a lot of stupidity to go around on both sides of the SB1070 issue.
I was in Colorado Springs when Colorado's "Amendment 2" made nationwide headlines for preventing "gay rights" from infringing on other rights. The mayors convention canceled us and we were mud in the msm across the nation.Read Letter
"We're going to block off the narcoterrorists that come up through this area," said Mesa resident Jason "J.T." Ready, who is organizing the gathering.
"They're holding it 'hostage'..." (the crowd gasps)
Fox News Anchor Greta Van Susteren and NPR’s Michel Martin debate the Arizona immigration law on the roundtable. Will it lead to racial profiling and is it constitutional?
This sign went up a couple weeks ago all along the southern side of I-8 between Casa Grande and Gila Bend in Arizona
This small Nebraska meatpacking town has joined Arizona at the center of a national debate about illegal immigration after voters approved a ban on hiring or renting property to illegal immigr
After more than 50 years of battling communists, the John Birch Society is adding a second front to its ideological war: illegal immigration. It has allies who believe illegal immigration is part of a vast conspiracy to destroy the United States as w
The Santa Cruz Sheriff's Dept., along the border with Mexico, has reported more than 50 attacks since April, 2008, to date. In these events, some 12 immigrants have received bullet wounds and at least three have died.
I would never say that all republicans are racist but the ones in this video...
A legal analysis by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office asserts that Arizona's new immigration law will be difficult to enforce because it is based on outdated sections of federal law with very narrow legal parameters. The analysis was presented
French economist, statesman, and author of The Law, Frederic Bastiat, stated that if people and goods are not allowed to freely cross borders, soldiers will. With the advent of the administration’s authorization of quartering guard units on the Mexi
The President told him, regarding securing the southern border with Mexico, “The problem is, . . . if we secure the border, then you all won’t have any reason to support ‘comprehensive immigration reform.’”
This, boys, is how to get started. Raising large Sheriff's Posses are the next step. After that, governor Brewer can activate the Arizona citizen's militia.
The fence, developed as part of a border security plan under President George W. Bush, was supposed to monitor most of the southern border with Mexico by 2011. Now, the 53 miles in Arizona is expected to be done by the end of the year.
About 3,500 acres of southern Arizona along the Mexican border is closed to U.S. citizens due to increased violence in the region. The closed off area stretches 80 miles along the border and includes part of the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge.
How long until the Sheriffs raise posses or our governor activates the citizen's militia to deal with this?
The Republican nominee for a New Mexico congressional seat suggested during a radio interview that the United States could place land mines along the Mexican border to secure the international boundary.
If such a bill were to pass, Arizona would find itself in the midst of a constitutional showdown. The 14th Amendment of the US Constitution states that anyone born in the US is a citizen, and that "no state shall make or enforce any law which...
Officers are generally forbidden from issuing citations if police can't accurately identify the suspect. In those cases, the suspects will likely be booked into jail to await a hearing in front of a judge.
A cell phone video has surfaced showing a US border patrol officer shooting a Mexican boy in Ciudad Juarez. Fourteen-year-old Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca was on the Mexican side of the border when he was shot and killed.
Lee Wrights - Barry Hess - Powell Gammill - Gary Franchi --- Libertarian Activism, Libertarian National Party - National ID/Immigration Issue - SpaceX Private Space Launch of Falcon 9 Today
SB1070 turns over all Arizona personal data to Homeland Security - National Database approval to get a Birth Certificate (anchor baby argument) - Obamacare will evolve into prenatal documentation of humans in America - "Begging for the Police State"