Posts Tagged ‘ SB 1070 ’

Live Numbers USA Webcast (Listen Now!)

Listen to it at Numbers USA’s website. They’ll be discussing some congressional efforts at immigration enforcement, but focusing mostly upon statewide initiatives.  You can submit questions to Roy via Numbers USA’s Twitter page. Here is their U-Stream feed. Reminder: there will be another Numbers USA live webcast next week, at 3:30 PM this coming Thursday.
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Refresher Course

Hat Tip: Trevor Loudon.
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When Heroes Go Down

When Heroes Go Down

I’ll discuss this at length in the days ahead, but I’d be remiss in not reporting the news that Senator Pearce seems to have been recalled by voters in Arizona’s Legislative District 18. The people who want to turn Arizona into a haven for illegal aliens would appear to have achieved a significant political victory,...
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Make Your Stand

Today is Election Day throughout the country, and although there aren’t many significant local races-with the exception of a contested District Attorney’s race in the borough of Staten Island-there is a monumental recall election taking place in Legislative District 18 in the State of Arizona. That is where Senator Russell Pearce-the author of SB 1070,...
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Stand With Senator Pearce

Stand With Senator Pearce

This site was founded in support of Arizona and its bold stand against the Obama administration’s shameful record of non-enforcement, vis-a-vis this country’s immigration laws. That’s why we fully support State Senate Majority Leader Russell Pearce in his fight to retain his seat in the Arizona State Senate. The forces arrayed against him, from open...
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Truth-telling on the Senate Floor


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Fragging Americans

Fragging Americans

Today the great state of South Carolina joined a growing list of states that are on the receiving end of Justice Department lawsuits. Even as the Obama administration systematically dismantles whatever superficial immigration enforcement measures still exist, including the deportation of violent criminals, Barack Obama’s chief crony at the Department of Justice, Eric Holder, exacts revenge upon...
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The Fight Continues

The Fight Continues

Yesterday afternoon I attended a fascinating conference on immigration organized by the CUNY Graduate Center, which I will explore further in  future posts. However, I’d be remiss in not reporting a decision by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to enjoin parts of Alabama’s landmark immigration enforcement law. While the court blocked some parts...
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Winning The Long War

Winning The Long War

Although HB 56, Alabama’s powerful new tool for immigration enforcement, has been largely upheld by Judge Sharon Blackburn, the fight over this law will continue in the weeks and months ahead. As NPR reports, this is just the first step in what will likely be a protracted legal and political battle over key provisions...
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La Raza Backs Down

La Raza Backs Down

What happens when you launch a boycott and people still come? I guess you’ll have to ask La Raza, considering its attempt to bankrupt Arizonan commerce has turned into a colossal bust. Mark Krikorian has all of the juicy details in a  post at CIS  which explains why the NCLR has been forced to retreat from...
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