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Arizona Immigration Law Dealing with Day Laboers Partially Blocked by Court

Arizona’s immigration law, SB1070, which became effective on July 2010, was partially blocked due to an immigration enforcement law that prohibited people from blocking traffic for day service on the streets. continue reading »

Arizona Democrats Want Gov. Brewer to Apologize to President for ‘Disrespect’

The Arizona Democratic Party has launched a petition drive to urge Governor Jan Brewer to apologize to President Obama after their now infamous tarmac showdown. continue reading »

Governors from U.S. and Mexico Skip Out on Border Conference

For the second year in a row, three of the four U.S. governors whose states adjoin Mexico are skipping an annual conference with their counterparts continue reading »

AZ Governor Jan Brewer Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Overturn Hold on SB1070

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer fulfilled her promise to fight for the enactment of SB 1070, the state’s strict immigration bill, in its totality all the way to the Supreme Court. Late today she filed an appeal with the Supreme Court to overturn a lower state court ruling that put on hold on certain portions of the bill. continue reading »

Pick Your Poison in AZ:  Join the Border Militia or Help Pay for the Fence

If you are still wondering where to go this summer or have extra cash lying around Arizona is the place to be. Don’t let the stifling heat, oppressive mind set or white militia also known as the Republican legislature keep you away – they have a lot going on as of Wednesday, July 19th – that is when numerous new laws went into effect. continue reading »

USA Today Study: Border Cities Safer Than Most U.S. Cities, Crime Rates Declining (VIDEO)

Apparently, crime along the border has been declining for quit some time and that the border is ‘statistically safer on average’ than most other U.S. cities. These findings of course have been proven by other studies it’s just the political rhetoric that is not reflecting these facts. continue reading »

Arizona Governor Brewer Authorizes Border Fence, Hopes to Fund with Donations

Arizona’s Governor Jan Brewer has signed a bill authorizing the construction of a U.S.-Mexico border fence that will either connect with other states or be a stand alone. continue reading »

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer Vetoes Birther Bill – ‘A Bridge too Far’ even for Arizona

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has vetoed the state Republican endorsed birther bill, as well as the guns on campus legislation. If she would of signed the birther bill, Arizona would of become the first state to require Presidential candidates to produce their birth certificates before getting on the ballot. continue reading »

Arizona Vote in Country’s First Presidential ‘Birther’ Bill

Late last night Arizona’s legislature voted in the country’s first ‘birther’ bill requiring all Presidential candidates to prove they are U.S. citizens before their names can appear on the state’s election ballot. continue reading »

National Latino Republican Group Urges Arizona Governor to Drop SB 1070 Litigation

National Latino Republican Group Urges Arizona Governor to Drop SB 1070 Litigation continue reading »

US Court of Appeals Agrees: Portions of AZ SB 1070 Should NOT Go into Effect

Today the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit has agreed in its ruling that portions of Arizona’s anti-immigrant legislation, SB 1070, should have been stopped. continue reading »

Some Southern Arizonans Seek to Create 51st State, ‘Baja Arizona’

Not to be confused with Baja California that is part of Mexico Baja Arizona would be all American but just not part of Arizona any more. continue reading »

What Do you Do When Your State is Broke? Sue the Government Over Immigration, of Course

What do you do when your state is broke, people’s public benefits cut and you’re on the heels of a mass shooting – why of course you sue the U.S. government. continue reading »

Arizona Files Suit Against Government Regarding Hot Topic of Immigration

Arizona is at it again. Republicans Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Tom Horne have filed a counter suit against the federal government claiming that, in part, it has failed to gain “operational control” of the border. continue reading »

U.S. versus Arizona Who Is Winning?

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was center stage for the U.S. vs Arizona battle over the state’s controversial immigration bill SB 1070. continue reading »

In Spite of Pending Court Case Most Arizona Voters Continue to Support SB1070

Arizona voters are still bullish about the state’s new immigration law despite the U.S. Justice Department’s ongoing legal challenge. Sixty-one percent (61%) of the state’s voters still favor the new law, while 34% are opposed to it. continue reading »

SB 1070 Defense Fund draws Contributors from Across the US.

41,000 donors from across the country have contributed to Gov. Jan Brewers defense fund, keeping Arizona residents off the hook so far. Brewer made the appeal to the nation for financial support and has since received $3.6 million dollars, while only having spent $440,000 so far in defenses. continue reading »

Is it the Sun or Drugs Seized from the Illegals–What Happened to Gov Jan ‘Duh’ Brewer? (VIDEO)

The camera-lovin’, illegal immigrant hatin’, sun drenched Governor of Arizona was not ready for prime-time yesterday. The Governor was part of a televised Arizona gubernatorial debate that began with each candidate giving opening remarks. Governor Brewer was the final candidate to give opening remarks but remarkably she was unprepared and stupefied. continue reading »

SB 1070 - Governor Brewer =1, Tucson Police Officer=0

The Federal Court today has dismissed a challenge to SB 1070 that was filed by Tucson Police Officer Martin Escobar. Escobar ‘s suit claimed that SB 1070 violates numerous constitutional rights and would also interfere with the Polices ability to enforce the laws in predominantly Hispanic Communities. continue reading »