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U.S. Judge Bolton Dismissed Arizona's Lawsuit Over Border VS Obama Administration

Started by Jarhead. Last reply by Raymond J. Crawley Oct 23, 2011. 1 Reply

By David SchwartzPHOENIX | Fri Oct 21, 2011 8:14pm EDT (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit by the state of Arizona against the U.S. government that said the Obama administration…Continue

Tags: Bolton, DHS, Brewer, Arizona, SB1070

Immigration officer arrested in pot smuggling after high-speed chase in Arizona

Started by Jarhead. Last reply by Raymond J. Crawley Oct 22, 2011. 2 Replies

PHOENIX — A deportation officer with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement led Arizona state police and federal agents on a high-speed desert chase in his government vehicle, throwing bundles of…Continue

Tags: DPS, Arizona, Customs, BP, ICE

Inmate Visits Now Carry Added Cost in Arizona

Started by Michael Colwell. Last reply by Michael Colwell Sep 5, 2011. 3 Replies

You Play you Pay.. Sounds good to me. Anouther ACLU Food Fest--------------------------------------------------------------------------------September 4, 2011Inmate Visits Now Carry Added Cost in…Continue

Brewer Signs Bill Authorizing Volunteer State Militia

Started by Jarhead. Last reply by Fitzhugh Havens Jul 4, 2011. 1 Reply

by Evan WylogePublished: April 28th, 2011Gov. Jan Brewer has signed a bill creating a state militia that she could deploy at any…Continue

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Comment by AZPatriot 1 hour ago

What has everyone been up to lately?  Is everone getting ready?

Comment by AZPatriot on November 19, 2013 at 11:02am
Comment by AZPatriot on October 23, 2011 at 3:13pm
Look forward to it as well.  I always like to meet up with patriots and get stuff done.
Comment by AZRanger on October 22, 2011 at 10:16pm

Look forward to it 11th Cav. We can always use another motivated patriot!

AZRanger

Arizona State Guard

Comment by 11thCav on October 22, 2011 at 2:31pm
AZ Ranger I'm glad to see you guys are doing well keep up the good work. When things get right here on my end I would really like to meet some of you guys one day !!!
Comment by Michael Colwell on October 22, 2011 at 12:58pm
Yikes!!!!!!!!!
Comment by AZRanger on October 22, 2011 at 10:49am

Hi 11th Cav! I have been on this site for quite a while. We are still building and working the contested areas of AZ. I was not aware of the issues in NM, but we have our own BLM land grab of 1.4 million acres  right in the middle of the main trafficking N/S corridor. They want to disalow Arizonians from even being on the land w/ our rifles! It seems to me that we have kicked the teeth of the Cartels and they are bring protected by elements of the federal gov't. If they are doing the same thing in NM, then this is NO accident.

What I found out is that was a large presence of White Supremecists and NAZIs on RAM who had manged to get in positions of authority, so when we threw out the NAZIs who attempted to co-opt our group in a FAILED takeover attempt, they called on their buddies there to get us thrown off, as this was one of our main recruiting forums!

We have since recovered, and are building strong! Oh, and BTW, we have been threatened on many occasion by those low-life cowardly "B"s! I guess AZ really has a lot of those pig-suckers! We had too many Americans die to destroy the crap they stand for, to allow them to win!

Thanks for the thought 11th, and keep in touch.

AZRanger

Arizona State Guard, LLC

Comment by 11thCav on October 22, 2011 at 8:56am

There was a group called The Arizona State Guard, I followed them when they were on WRAM. In WRAM's infinite wisdom they were banned for being "Para Military" by an Idiot that doesn't know what Para military meant. So My question Is have they found this place ?

Where are they Now?

Comment by Michael Colwell on October 22, 2011 at 7:42am

Arizona state, you guys are fighting hard to fight the war illegals and drugs

 

Safe LZ's

Michael

Comment by Lee Johnson on September 15, 2010 at 1:27am
The Town Crier: John McCain - Aiding the liberals land grab & illegal alien incursion
Posted by Arizona Tea Party on September 14, 2010 at 6:30pm

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 07, 2010 - The Town Crier


John McCain -Aiding the liberals land grab & illegal alien incursion

McDon't you wonder what ELSE McCain has been up to since he bought his Arizona senate seat AGAIN?????


Time will tell! (Yes..I said bought...about $75.00 per vote!)



Headline: Senators support illegal immigration super highway

Sept. 7, 2010 - Twenty-three Senators gave their support to a deceptive bill that will, among other things, create an illegal immigration superhighway, remove access to natural resources, and strip ranchers of their grazing rights, all under the excuse of “preserving” wilderness. 23 voted to move S.B. 1689 to the floor including, McCain, Alexander, Landrieu, and Lincoln.


[snip]When New Mexico's Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall introduced S.B. 1689 in September 2009, immigration was barely a blip on the public's radar. Their harmless sounding bill, which makes land in New Mexico part of the National Wilderness Preservation System and the National Landscape Conversation System, received virtually no attention. However, it has percolated to the top as the markup of the bill has been approved (23-0) and is headed to the Senate floor.

Unless people speak up, this New Mexico bill will sail through on a professional courtesy to Sens. Bingaman and Udall. Senators give lip service to the demands for closed borders, yet 23 voted to move S.B. 1689 to the floor. Supporters, including, McCain, Alexander, Landrieu, and Lincoln, need to be held accountable.

Desert Peaks Wilderness National Conservation Area sets aside a long north/south strip of land just miles from the border that contains all the elements that make it perfect for the movement of both human and drug trafficking: wilderness/de facto wilderness safe havens; east /west highway access; rugged and complex north/south mountain and drainage orientation; and high, strategic points of observation.

In northern New Mexico the Bingaman/Udall partnership co-sponsored S.B. 874 (El Rio Grande Del Norte National Conservation Establishment Act) again impacts land near the border - the border of Colorado and New Mexico. This land is rich in natural resources. If Bingaman and Udall have their way, these resources will never be developed, needed jobs will not be created, and state revenues will be reduced.

In both the north and the south, the parcels proposed for "conservation" contain both state and federal lands that are leased for farming, ranching, and oil and gas extraction. Specifically stated within S.B.1689 is the withdrawal of "Operation of the mineral leasing, mineral materials and geothermal leasing laws." The wilderness of 1964 specifically forbids the use of motorized vehicles. The elimination of motorized vehicles devastates land management and the ability to pursue traffickers.

In the immigration superhighway, The Organ Mountains - Desert Peaks Wilderness Act, Border Patrol will be prevented from chasing traffickers in motorized vehicles. Will illegals be concerned about damaging the wilderness? No. They will have a fleet of vehicles - mirroring the situation in Arizona. Meanwhile, the Border Patrol will have their mobility and access destroyed. (Editor's note: Sen. Bingaman's office has told the Sun-News that the bill has language guaranteeing motorized access in wilderness areas for the Border Patrol.)[snip]


A July, 2010 article:

“Members of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee gave unanimous approval today to a bill that would designate hundreds of thousands of acres in Doña Ana County as wilderness.

With that approval from 13 Democrats and 10 Republicans, the Organ Mountains – Desert Peaks Wilderness Act now heads to the Senate floor for a vote.”[snip]

The Committee:

Democrats


Chairman Jeff Bingaman (NM) Byron L. Dorgan (ND) Ron Wyden (OR) Tim Johnson (SD) Mary L. Landrieu (LA) Maria Cantwell (WA) Robert Menendez (NJ) Blanche Lincoln (AR) Bernard Sanders (I) (VT) Evan Bayh (IN) Debbie Stabenow (MI) Mark Udall (CO) Jeanne Shaheen (NH)

Republicans

Lisa Murkowski (AK) Richard Burr (NC) John Barrasso (WY) Sam Brownback (KS) James E. Risch (ID) John McCain (AZ)*********** Robert Bennett (UT) Jim Bunning (KY) Jeff Sessions (AL) Bob Corker (TN)

http://energy.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=About.Members
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Las Cruces Sun News:
www.lcsun-news.c">http://www.lcsun-news.com/ci_16005398?IADID=Search-www.lcsun-news.c...


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Legislative Detail: US Senate Bill 1689 - 111th Congress
SB1689 - US CongressUS Legislature Home Page - SB1689 -
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Status
July 21 2010 - Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Ordered to be reported with an amendment in the
nature of a substitute favorably.
Summary
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Wilderness Act - Designates specified wilderness areas in New Mexico and
administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) as wilderness and as
components of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Designates certain
BLM land as a potential wilderness area, and upon publication of a notice in the
Federal Register, as wilderness and as a component of such System and
incorporated into the Robledo Mountains Wilderness. Releases certain public land
in Dona Ana County that was not designated as wilderness by this Act from
further study for designation as wilderness. Establishes certain BLM-managed
lands in the county as the Organ Mountains and Desert Peaks National
Conservation Areas. Requires the development of separate management plans for
such areas. Transfers administrative jurisdiction over certain land from the
Secretary of Defense to the Secretary of the Interior to become part of Organ
Mountains National Conservation Area. Requires the Conservation Areas and the
designated wilderness areas to be administered as components of the National
Landscape Conservation System (NLCS). Withdraws the federal land within the
Conservation Areas, the wilderness areas designated by this Act, and the land
identified as parcel B from: (1) entry, appropriation, or disposal under the
public land laws; (2) location, entry, and patent under the mining laws; and (3)
operation of the mineral leasing, mineral materials, and geothermal leasing
laws. Amends the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 to adjust the
boundary of the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument.


Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Wilderness Act


Sponsors
Sen Bingaman, Jeff Sen Udall, Tom

Subjects
Historical and cultural resources
Land transfers
New Mexico
Public lands and natural resources
Wilderness and natural areas, wildlife refuges, wild rivers, habitats

History
2010-07-21 - Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Ordered to be reported with an amendment in the nature of a
substitute favorably.
2009-09-17 - Read twice and referred to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. (text of measure as introduced: CR
S9565-9567)
2009-09-17 - Sponsor introductory remarks on measure. (CR S9564-9565)
2008-12-08 - Committee on Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Public Lands and Forests. Hearings held. With printed Hearing:
S.Hrg. 111-285.



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Comment by Ron 39 minutes ago I know what I have said in the past, and maybe it is too late, however after hearing that the gop will not support O'Donnell, I am 100% certain, they are in league with the NWO, and the progressives, to take over our country. The good people of Arizona needs to rid ourselves of this albatross we have had as a senator, John McCain. I will not vote for him, if I must I will vote for the democrat, I truly believe this would be a better choice. Any democrat that takes his place will no doubt vote democrat, but he will not have the power to organize, and implement new legislation, such as McCain has. Or we can rally the troops for a hail mary, and try to get a write in candidate elected, what do we have to loose, try to put someone in office that will make a difference, send the democrat to washington, or allow mccain to continue down his path of destruction of our much loved country. I will walk every street in Havasu, knock on every door, and talk to anybody that will listen. We have a chance, albeit slight, it is better then no chance at all.
Anybody interested please contact me, for time is short. Ron 928-486-7726 Comment by Kevin 2 hours ago www.electiangilyeat.com Comment by mike robinson 2 hours ago oh well we cant win them all Comment by mike robinson 2 hours ago yup, its a real tough one trying to decide which amnesty proponent to vote for or just not vote. at least we know what jd would have done Comment by Steve Kaloczi 2 hours ago Again, voting against Mccain, don't care who for or party affiliation. The totally idiotic electorate that put him back on the ballot in november need to be frog marched out of sun city and AJ to the southern border and fired south out of a cannon. Comment by mike robinson 3 hours ago its amazing what money will do for you Comment by Duncan Idaho 3 hours ago Gosh, he didn't even wait until after Nov. Imagine that. Shame on the Tea Partiers who did not support JD Hayworth. Elections do have consequences and we did have a choice.
 

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