November 1, 2010
Arizona, detention, illegal immigrants, prison corporations, prisoner bonds, prisons, SB1070
LIVE LINK: IMMIGRATION IMPACT
Today, NPR aired a story on a profiteering plot that watchdog groups have watched unfold for months—private prison corporations, who stand to make hundreds of millions in profits from the detention of immigrants, not only had a hand in drafting Arizona’s controversial immigration enforcement law, SB1070, but contributed millions to the bill’s cosponsors and continue to push the legislation in other states. While there’s nothing illegal about private industries drafting legislation, there is something particularly vile about watching state legislators like Russell Pearce (sponsor of SB1070) accept campaign contributions from prison industry lobbyists and then turn around and sell the legislation to the public as though he’s doing what’s right for America.
Arizona state Sen. Russell Pearce is no stranger to the prison industry. According to NPR, Pearce met with a group called the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), an organization consisting of state legislators and powerful corporations like Reynolds American Inc., ExxonMobil and the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), last December to talk about how to generate more revenue from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
In the conference room, the group decided they would turn the immigration idea into a model bill. They discussed and debated language. Then, they voted on it. “There were no ‘no’ votes,” Pearce said. “I never had one person speak up in objection to this model legislation.” More
October 7, 2010
Border security, Immigration
Arizona, illegal immigration, international relations, Mexico, Minnesota, Ruthie Hendrycks, SB1070
Ruthie Hendrycks www.mnsirproject.com
AZStarnet:Mexico and 10 other Latin American countries want an appeals court to consider their viewpoints in an appeal of a ruling that put parts of SB 1070, Arizona’s new immigration law, on hold. More
August 2, 2010
border security, domestic terrorists, enumeration at birth, Homeland Security, illegal immigrants, Lame Streat Media, MSM(for morons), national ID, newborns, Russell Pierce, SB1070
Ernest Hancock accused of being a domestic terrorist. Link at the bottom.
– Now that, under SB1070, all restrictions and prohibitions have been lifted and the state freely exchanges any and all license data of law abiding citizens with the feds, the feds – under Pearce’s leadership within the state – can implement the next part of the plan: no one gets birth certificates unless/until they validate their national id.
Remember, national id is data, not physical. Once the feds have the data, all other national id pieces of the puzzle can be rolled out until every normal societal interaction can no longer take place without prior government “clearance”, in otherwords until your national id gets checked and cleared.
The next piece of the puzzle to rollout is to prohibit issuance of ANY birth certificate unless and until the parent(s) of the newborns get prior clearance (that they are citizenns) from the US Department of Homeland Security
IMPORTANT: This is NOT limited to illegals More
July 11, 2010
Arizona, California, Mexican drug cartels, Mexico, Michael Webster, Pinal County sheriff, SB1070, vigilante's
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter July 8, 2010 at 12:30 PM PDT
Link to new article: UPDATE ON AZ SITUATION Shooting War at the U.S. Mexican border.___
One of my informants whom I have called Juan in previous news reports, called me recently on the cell phone he provided me at our last meeting a month or so ago. He told me that his boss, a Los Zetas Mexican drug cartel officer, wanted to meet with me and give me some important information regarding the so called war on drugs raging on the border. A date and time was set up for this meeting at a public place.
At this encounter, the Mexican I met was clean shaven with a military style “high and tight” short hair cut, who looked to be about 35 years old or so, claiming to be an officer in the Los Zetas Mexican drug cartel organization. He told me straight out that he believed two of his men were shot and killed recently in the desert in Arizona by American vigilantes and he would be taking revenge. He first said he thought that his men where killed by opposing drug cartel member gangs; saying he and his men had killed several gang members recently whom they thought were responsible for those killings and other recent attacks in the area. That bloody confrontation took place just south of the Arizona border. The shootout left 21 dead. More