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Arizona immigration law

Mixed Arizona Law Ruling

June 25, 2012

The Supreme Court had a number of rulings today, none getting more attention than their striking down of most of Arizona’s immigration law in a 5-3 decision, with Justice Kagan recusing herself.  The controversial part about asking those already stopped for committing a crime for their immigration status remained in tact… until the 9th Circuit [...]

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Obamacare Ruling This Week

June 24, 2012

The Supreme Court is going to rule on two big issues this week:  Arizona’s illegal alien law and of course the big one — Obamacare.   Like many out there I see three possible rulings: They uphold the law. They try to split the baby and uphold some of it while striking down the rest. Realizing [...]

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Arizona and Real Human Rights Violators

August 31, 2010

You be the judge on whether or not Arizona’s immigration law should be included in an American report to the United Nations on potential human rights violations:  which of the following does not belong? #1.  A woman named Neda protesting for democracy in Iran shot and killed by plain-clothes military agent: #2.  The government-backed Janjaweed [...]

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AZ Law Protests Result in Arrests

July 29, 2010

Despite the teeth of Arizona’s illegal alien law being pulled out by activist judge Susan Bolton, protesters in motion will not be denied!  Today, about 50 people were arrested in Phoenix for confronting police officers at a rally opposing the weakened law.  I hope existing protocol allows the cops to ask about their legal status!  [...]

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A Few New Voices on the Arizona Law

July 28, 2010

Tomorrow is the scheduled enforcement date for the infamous Arizona law regarding the potential inquiry into the legal status of people who’ve already been stopped by the police.  Since it mirrors existing federal law and actually is more lenient, the reason people oppose this law is either through insidious racial politicking or through media-driven ignorance.  [...]

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Arizona’s Governor Strikes Back Through Humor

May 23, 2010

What does Kermit the Frog have to say about reading state laws you talk about all the time?  I don’t know, but here’s a clever rip-off courtesy of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s office: Remember now, the Left has no sense of humor and being “corny” must mean you’re a Kansas Bush-voter, so they probably didn’t [...]

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The Worldwide Anti-Arizona Tour Continues

May 19, 2010

It’s happened twice in the past week:  the Obama Administration has spoken negatively about the “troubling” Arizona illegal immigration law overseas at America’s expense. First, the Assistant Secretary of State Michael Posner spoke to the Chinese behind closed doors about the new law.  Here’s what Bill O’Reilly had to say about that in his Talking [...]

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Axis of Right Radio, Show #6, 5/19/2010

May 19, 2010

Episode #6 of Axis of Right Radio is now available. In this episode, Mike, Ryan, and Sal discuss the British Election, the economic situation in Greece and how it foreshadows our own economic problems, the nomination of Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court, and the new Arizona Immigration law. As promised in the podcast, [...]

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Perfectly “OK” on Illegal Immigration

May 17, 2010

Last evening Miss Oklahoma Morgan Elizabeth Woolard was asked a question about Arizona’s new illegal immigration law and answered in the following manner: Some believe that this answer may have cost Woolard the crown, since she ended up being runner-up to Miss Michigan Rima Fakih.  Fakih almost tripped on her gown at one point in [...]

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A Message from Arizona

May 9, 2010

Here’s a clip being circulated around the Internet from Arizona Governor Jan Brewer.  I think it’s worth adding to the echo chamber by posting it here: Our Dear Leader, Emperor Zero, likes to ridicule his political opponents and take cheap shots, but the truth eventually becomes clear to those who want to hear it.  Even [...]

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Holder to Investigate Arizona Immigration Law

April 27, 2010

Amidst the cries of “racism,” “Nazi,” and “racial profiling” Attorney General Eric Holder has decided to investigate whether or not the new Arizona immigration law causing so much to-do is legal. Just to mess with our Liberal friends, Beck brought up an interesting point this evening:  part of the Arizona law indicates that if one [...]

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