Ernest Hancock presents his concerns about SB1070 to a full house at the Arizona Breakfast Club... and the audience gets to provide their own opinions for and against the bill.
Last month, there were 7,804 notice of trustee sales, or pre-foreclosure filings, according to real estate research firm Information Market. That compares to 5,833 in June. July's figure signals the biggest month jump for new foreclosure filings...
All of that began to change in April, when she signed a tough new state law cracking down on illegal immigrants, which soon put Arizona at the heart of a rabid national debate on immigration.
Aug 25, 2010 3:00PM, League of Arizona Cities and Towns Annual Conference Session, Glendale. Utilizing Public, Private Partnershps (P3) for Transportation Funding in Your Cities (Tax em to build it, sell the road to a private company, and tax em to u
Jack Harper: Corporate amnesty supporter, tried to raise money from American Traffic Solutions and Taser International but now doesn't want to talk about it. Hmmmm....
Amid speculation about how many illegal immigrants may be leaving Arizona under the pressure of new enforcement laws, a reverse phenomenon has gone largely unnoticed: The number of legal visitors entering to spend money, has plummeted.
Whatever the price, Tempe officials say they have no choice but to honor their long-term contractual commitments to the lake after making deals for a hotel, offices and condominiums with the assurance they would have lakefront views.
Can we confirm this letter, in this article by Dave Hodges, from Gov Brewer to Robert Sarver. I think it's great and would like to share it but have been unable to find confirmation of her letter's authenticity. Can you help [thanks] Don VarnRead Letter
On Sunday, Sen. John Kyl (R-Ariz.) became the highest-ranking Republican to suggest support for the repeal of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Appearing on CBS' Face the Nation, Kyl said that he opposes allowing children of undocumented i
11 demonstrators were arrested by deputies and Arpaio came out to the street to talk to the media. Arpaio gestured in Reza's direction and 8 MCSO thugs rushed across the street to nab Reza, who was getting into his car. They cuffed him and hustled hi
On the day parts of Arizona's immigration law, SB 1070, went into effect, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is in the news for another reason: there's a price on his head - allegedly offered by a Mexican drug cartel.
Arizona's controversial immigration law went into effect this week, or at least parts of it. Despite significant support for the bill in the state, critics have been loud and organized. A big part of that opposition has come from the religious commun
Ian Freeman from FreeKeene.com and FreeTalkLive joins Ernest to share some positive waves about the freedom movement before Ernest shares the bad news rarely reported in the Lame-Stream Press (the media that is soooo last century.
Babeu told CNSNews.com that rather than help law enforcement in Arizona stop the hundreds of thousands of people who come into the United States illegally, the federal government is targeting the state and its law enforcement personnel.
"...suspects must break their silence and tell police they are going to remain quiet... just as they must tell police that they want a lawyer."
White supremacist activity is on the rise in Arizona, and civil rights activists say tension over the state's new immigration law is further stoking the flames of racism. The national debate over immigration serves as a recruiting tool for racist gro
KYL: Well, that’s a gross generalization. Property crimes are up, certain violent crimes on certain parts of the citizenry are up. Phoenix is a very large source of kidnapping. It’s called the kidnapping capital of the United States…So there’s a grea
Arizona has become code for conflict.
If you look at Arizona, 9.8% of homeowners (with mortgages) are more than 50% underwater, and another 20.5% are 20% to 50% underwater. These are the homeowners most at risk for foreclosure.
July 22, 2010: KPHO investigates ties between the Brewer administration and Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) - and how the governor's rhetoric on border security may be damaging Arizona's tourism industry for the benefit of CCA.
SB1070 exposed for what it really is. Actual text and an explanation of the history behind it, the people involved, the real intent and what to expect (BTW - NATIONAL ID is the end result and it is soooo obvious, but ignored by the Lame-Stream Media.
Badnarik Constitutional class raffle and giveaway. FreedomsPhoenix has acquired 4 tickets to Michael Badnarik’s constitutional class on July 31, 2010 in Phoenix Arizona. We will be raffling off 2 to the highest bidder and 2 to the person who has t
Sheriff's spokesman said deputies were able to start the sweep this afternoon and arrested 4 people: 2 had warrants for suspended licenses, 1 had a suspended license, and 1 was illegally carrying a firearm. He did not know if any were illegal immigra
They were met by police in riot gear massing in front of the building of the sheriff, who likes to portray himself as a hard man and merciless hunter of illegal immigrants.
The sheriff of the most populous county in Arizona says he's "not going to put up with any civil disobedience" when the state's new immigration law takes effect.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer plans to swiftly appeal a judge's ruling blocking key components of Arizona's new state immigration law, vowing to take it to the Supreme Court if she has to. In a statement, Jan Brewer stated "This fight is far from o
Despite state law requiring businesses to verify all employees are legal workers, only half in Arizona are vetted by a federal system that checks their status. "If you don't have the luxury of a human-resources staff, E-Verify takes time away from yo
Without the benefit of their state's strict new immigration law, officers from a single Arizona county helped deport more than 26,000 illegal immigrants from the U.S. through a federal-local partnership program that has been criticized as fraught wit
The slaves have woken up and it doesn't matter which side your on come on down to downtown phoenix and P-A-R-T-Y like it's 1999. Huge demonstration is being planned for the first day the SB1070 goes into effect.
"Nobody could have guessed the impact it would have," Pearce said of the divisive law he crafted to crack down on illegal immigrants in his state. "Who could have guessed that I would have pissed off the president of the United States?"