1st & 2nd Hour - Ed Foster - Mayor of Quartzsite, AZ in studio / 3rd Hour - Douglas Valentine - Author: "The Strength of the Pack: The Personalities, Politics and Espionage Intrigues that Shaped the DEA"
Arizona attorney general announces arrest of Nogales mayor on bribery, other charges
Board says $50 mil in jail funding diverted for other uses
A controversial prosecutor faces imminent firing after a five-month inquiry into her role in filing criminal charges and a civil suit against judges and county officials on behalf of then-Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas.
"It is my opinion that Virginia law enforcement officers, including conservation officers may, like Arizona police officers, inquire into the immigration status of persons stopped or arrested," he wrote.
What really caught my attention, however, was the sticker placed conspicuously an upper corner of the rear windshield. It read: "You’re in America Now; Speak English or Get Out!" The sticker struck me as particularly apposite at the time, since I hap
The showdown over Arizona's immigration law played out in court and on Phoenix's sun-splashed streets on Thursday, as the state sought to reinstate key parts of the measure and angry protesters chanted that they refused to "live in fear." Dozens were
Is SB 1070 simply election year politics as usual? The debate: to pass immigration reform and/or Arizona state's rights.
A court hearing in the U.S. government's challenge to Arizona's controversial illegal immigration law will be held on July 22, Reuters reported.
The new section is called Section 1070 to house violators of the new illegal immigration law, SB 1070.
Olivia Munn explores the debate between Arizona's highway safety and the invasion of privacy.
Arizona police officers can't arrest you for not carrying your papers, but if you don't have them, you can be detained.
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.
While racial profiling potentials dominate media coverage of Arizona's new law, SB 1070, the privacy concerns of those profiled have been overshadowed.
"This ruling vindicates the right of traditionally funded candidates to run their campaigns without the heavy hand of government helping their opponents," said Nick Dranias, the Goldwater Institute's lead attorney in the case known as McComish v.
Democrats pick up another endorsement from Senor Fidel Castro. Castro speaks out against the Arizona illegal immigration law. These days, it’s getting hard to tell the difference between the communist life-long dictators and Democrat members of Congr
details on how and why the Arizona Immigration Law violates the 14th Amendment to the Constitution
Arizona now becomes the U.S. cultural experiment for police state practices. While due process attempts to self-manage are scorned by the Obama Administration, it does not mean Washington will deliver a better standard by moral comparison.
Barry Hess, Arizona Libertarian candidate for Governor denounces Brewer's signing of the privacy rights trampling SB 1070 in a press release set to go out tomorrow. "It's not an "immigration" bill--it's Real ID."
PHOENIX - With governor Jan Brewer's signature on the "Constitutional Carry" firearm law today, Arizona becomes a beacon state for the nation on the gun-rights issue. Arizonans, who have been free to carry firearms openly since statehood in 1912
The Arizona state legislature just approved the toughest anti-immigration bill in the country, giving police the authority to determine people's immigration status based on "reasonable suspicion" or more bluntly put, the right to racially profile imm
A true anti-freedom bill, an Arizona version of REAL ID, is to be voted on in the Arizona House of Representatives by the Committee of the Whole (COW, in other words the full house) TODAY
But the key problem with any of these schemes isn’t the excuse that is offered to justify their creation, but the potential they create for abuse and the inevitability that they will be used in ways that the public never imagined when they allowed th
Apparently (self-proclaimed) "conservative" Republican state sentators Linda Gray, AZLD-10, David Braswell, AZLD-6, and (self-proclaimed) "pro-liberty" Republican state rep Frank Antenori, AZLD-30, defy a resolution of the Arizona Republican Party f
The amazing video below was taken on October 19 in Arizona's Maricopa County Superior Court. As defense attorney Joanne Cuccia discusses her client's sentencing hearing with the judge, Maricopa County Sheriff's Department detention officer Adam S
After a man legally carried to Obama's Phoenix visit a REAL version of the TOY rifle at issue in this case, it became quite clear that there was an obvious discrepancy of recognition of rights between these 2 incidents.
"All parties have agreed that criminal charges in this matter are not in the best interest of justice," a police spokesman said.
Gee,...can we say "lawsuit"?
This Monday our sorry excuse for a governor signed 79 (that’s right, 79!) new laws that will take effect September 30th. The Arizona Republic reported on 12 of them. Some look good; others look pretty bad. Either way, it’s still beyond the understanding of most libertarians why in the good Lord’s name we have so many laws in the first place.
This page serves as an overview & clearinghouse for information regarding HB 2380, a bill introduced by AZ Rep Jerry Weiers that creates special privileges & immunities for a small group of well connected individuals that violates freedom of speech,
It's a strange law, extending special protection to a particular class of people -- cops, judges, prosecutors & the like -- arguably without regard for the equal protection requirements of the 14th Amendment. It also threatens free speech & freed
...to the constitution of the united states over certain powers, serving notice to the federal government to cease and desist certain mandates and providing that certain federal legislation be prohibited or repealed.