Tag Archives: immigration

Has Obama declared War on Arizona

Is Arizona on his kill list?  So after the Supreme Court upholds the key element of Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration law SB1070 the president attacked Arizona sovereignty again. Obama has told DHS to ignore requests from Arizona law enforcement on immigration … Continue reading

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SB1070 at the Supreme Court

Does it violate the Constitution or not? The Supreme Court will listen to the arguments for and against SB1070 that gives the state, counties along with local police the right to check immigration of someone legally stopped by them. The … Continue reading

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Dream Act its still a bad idea

Amnesty by another name The vote will most likely be this week for a cloture vote, call your senator. here is a link for Senators that are thinking of voting yes.   http://www.standwitharizona.com/dream.html Once again this act comes around again, the Democrats know … Continue reading

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What Immigration is supposed to be about

Great photos ? excellent points!!!!!          Maybe we should turn to our history books and point out to people like Mr. Lujan why today’s American is not willing to accept this new kind of immigrant any longer. Back in … Continue reading

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Dream Act: Amnesty Lite

Old Tricks Work The Best  Harry Reid (D) from Nevada our leader of the Senate is using an old trick to attempt to pass the Dream act. This is basically amnesty for by any other name and would only encourage … Continue reading

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Common Sense: Our Government has lost theirs

This is just another example of the stupidity of how the Federal Government is working against lawful people.  A little common sense was all that would be needed here for them to not persue someone who isn’t a criminal. 1) … Continue reading

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