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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Never Give Up
Pearce back in the fight
East Valley Tribune -- Tempe, Az. -- March 19 
SB 1070 author Pearce seeking return to Arizona state Senate
Large turnout at Mesa charter school
    Former state Senate President Russell Pearce wants to be a lawmaker again.
    Four months after voters removed Pearce in a historic recall election, the Mesa Republican launched a state Senate campaign Monday evening while flanked by Sheriff Joe Arpaio and cheered on by supporters at a tea party event.
    Pearce told a crowd of hundreds he's running because his work is not done. He said he would fight for greater freedom, more school choice, lower taxes, limited government and states' rights. He invoked the founding fathers and said a revolution is needed to restore the founding principles of limited government.
    "Things are this bad because we've allowed them to get this bad," Pearce said. "Let's take it back. Let's not apologize anymore."
    Pearce and about a dozen Republican speakers took the stage at an east Mesa charter school to promote tea party ideas and at times to criticize the media.
    Pearce said critics over time have unfairly portrayed him as "a mean nasty old man."
    Arpaio said people commonly credit him for Arizona's immigration laws; he said Pearce and the legislature are due credit for passing immigration laws like SB 1070.
    He said Pearce is more than a one-issue candidate, however.
    "One thing we need in this country are fighters. Never surrender," Arpaio said.
    Pearce seeks to represent the Republican-dominated legislative District 25, where incumbent GOP Sen. Rich Crandall lives.

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner   sc 
Obama family members you won't see in his docu-drama   
President Obama's re-election campaign released a 17-minute documentary -- narrated by one of his Hollywood sycophants, Tom Hanks -- that many believe mixes fact with fiction to portray Barack Obama as a successful leader. -- "The American people don't need a Hollywood movie to know what the president accomplished over the past three years," said Kirsten Kukowski...

Anthony Martin -- The Examiner   
Godfather Rahm's police muzzle NBC reporters   
The man who is now the Mayor of Chicago is commonly referred to by conservatives as 'the Godfather' due to his history that implies connections with the mob. Rahm Emanuel, who served as Obama's Chief of Staff until he resigned to run for Mayor, once sent a dead fish wrapped in newspaper to a pollster who had angered him. -- A dead fish wrapped in newspaper is a classic symbol the mob uses to warn individuals...

Josh Gerstein -- Politico  
Subversive Obama regime argues Arizona immigration law unconstitutional
In a brief filed Tuesday, the Justice Department asked the Supreme Court to find unconstitutional Arizona's law aimed at cracking down on illegal [aliens]. -- 'Petitioners assert that Arizona's status as a border State that is particularly affected by illegal immigration justifies its adoption of its own policy directed to foreign nationals. But the framers recognized that the 'bordering States... will be those who...'

KTVK-TV -- Phoenix    
Phoenix police arrest protesters at 'DREAM Act' tantrum   
About 100 people staged a protest in the middle of a busy Phoenix street on Tuesday afternoon, forcing police officers to block off traffic in both directions. -- The protesters, mostly [illegal alien] high school and college students, gathered at the intersection of 75th Avenue and Cheery Lynn Road. That is outside of Trevor Browne High School...

Brownsville (Texas) Herald   
Man charged with human smuggling   
A U.S. magistrate judge ordered that a man accused of human smuggling be held without bond until a detention hearing later this week. -- Erick Smith Chavez-Bobadilla is charged with conspiring to further the illegal entry of [illegal] aliens into the United States for monetary gain, stemming from an arrest by Brownsville police Friday...

Chris Cox -- Daily Caller   
'Fast and Furious' part of Eric Holder's anti-gun brainwashing campaign
NRA has been saying for years that Attorney General Eric Holder, our nation's chief law enforcement officer, is an anti-gun extremist. He's been toeing the Obama anti-gun ideological line for his entire life, and now we have more evidence. -- Brietbart.com has unearthed a 1995 video of Eric Holder speaking to the Women's National Democratic Club. In that video, then-U.S. Attorney Holder urges support for...

U.S. Rep. Lamar Smith -- Fox News    
The truth about the DREAM Act   
The DREAM Act has become a rallying cry for President Obama, members of his administration, and liberal Democrats everywhere. President Obama has vowed to "keep fighting for the DREAM Act," which would grant amnesty to millions of illegal [aliens]. -- It's true when listeners or those polled don't know the facts that the DREAM Act has some appeal. After all, we are all naturally sympathetic when children are involved...

WND.com    
Congressman rips stonewalling 'Department of Injustice'   
The conservative blogosphere is abuzz over a 1995 video in which then-U.S. Attorney Eric Holder says in order to reduce youth gun violence that teenagers must be brainwashed and carrying a gun must be made as unpopular as cigarette smoking. -- "This is further evidence of why Obama appointed him to be the head of the Department of Injustice because they have similar thoughts about these things"...

New York Post    
Bloomberg bans food donations to homeless shelters: Too salty!
The Bloomberg administration is now taking the term "food police" to new depths, blocking food donations to all government-run facilities that serve the city's homeless. -- In conjunction with a mayoral task force and the Health Department, the Department of Homeless Services recently started enforcing new nutritional rules for food served at city shelters. Since DHS can't assess the nutritional content of donated food...

The American Dream    
UN Global Environmental Constitution: Repressive system of global governance 
Most people have no idea that the United Nations has been drafting an environmental constitution for the world that is intended to supersede all existing national laws. This document has a working title of "Draft International Covenant on Environment and Development" and you can read the entire thing right here. Work on this proposed world environmental constitution has been going on since 1995...

Victoria N. Alexander -- Digital Journal   
Is the NDAA illegal?   
A group called StopNDAA.org has filed a lawsuit against the federal government to block the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which, they claim, gives the president power to arrest and indefinitely detain U.S. citizens without evidence. -- The state of Virginia has declared the NDAA illegal. Arizona, Tennessee, Washington, and Cherokee County, Kansas have passed or are developing similar legislation...

Intel Hub    
Arpaio: My Obama investigation was covered-up   
This could be one of the most detrimental issues the country is facing as the POTUS (President of the United States) can not even pass an e-verify check --- Yet, Barack H. Obama is in control of our nations nuclear arsenal. -- Did the Sheriff bite off more than he can chew or does he have the courage to head off with the Puppet Masters that lurk behind the Veil?

D.A. King -- Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal     
Will Deal uphold promise to ban illegal students?
There is a battle in the Georgia Capitol on whether the Board of Regents --- the people who run the taxpayer-built University System of Georgia (USG) --- will be finally forced to stop admitting illegal aliens into Georgia's public universities and Tech Schools. It is quite educational to watch. -- At issue is Senate Bill 458, introduced by state Senator Barry Loudermilk (R-Cassville) which would streamline the process...

Daily Caller via WND.com    
Obama girl's Mexico trip scrubbed from Net   
An AFP report that President Barack Obama's 13-year-old daughter, Malia, is spending spring break in Oaxaca, Mexico appears to have been completely scrubbed from the Internet news sites that first reported it. Pictures have appeared in Mexican magazine Quién.com allegedly showing Malia in visiting Oaxaca. --- AFP first reported around mid-day Monday that Malia Obama was vacationing in Mexico with 12 friends...

Dr. Jerome R. Corsi -- WND.com    
Postman: Ayers family put 'foreigner' Obama through school  
Chicago -- Did the parents of former Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers help finance Barack Obama's Harvard education? -- Did Ayers' mother believe Obama was a foreign student? -- And was the young Obama convinced at the time – long before he even entered politics – that he was going to become president of the United States? -- A retired U.S. Postal Service carrier who delivered mail to Tom and Mary Ayers...

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