Arizona immigration law

A actor and activist who is famous for his role in the 1987 film "La Bamba" on Sunday said that Mitt Romney has begun pandering to Hispanic voters now that he has become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. "We call that Read more...
The author of a controversial anti-immigration bill in Arizona said on Tuesday that young children could simply get state-issued identification to prove they are in the U.S. legally. Appearing before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee, former Read more...
It was pretty comical yesterday watching Andrew Thomas, the former DA in Arizona's Maricopa County and Joe Arpaio's right-hand man in their corrupt attempts to intimidate county officials, hold his press conference yesterday denouncing the fact Read more...
On February 29th, Occupy Portland calls for a national day of non-violent direct action challenge society's obsession with profit and greed by shutting down the corporations. We are rejecting a society that does not allow us control of our Read more...
Hmmm... I wonder if we'll be hearing anything about our buddy Sheriff Joe Arpaio with this news? LulzSec claims hack of Arizona law enforcement info: Hacking group LulzSec took aim at law enforcement in the state of Arizona on Thursday, saying Read more...

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Russell Pearce is getting increasingly desperate to claim that Arizona's police-state immigration law, SB1070, has been a big success for the state. So much so that now he's just making shit up: State Senator Russell Pearce claimed this Read more...
Well, considering how obviously unconsitutional SB1070 is, despite its Constitution-lovin' pedigree, you really can't say this was a big surprise: A federal appeals court upheld Monday a lower court's block of much of Arizona's Read more...
We knew all along that there was a powerful business incentive involved in the Arizona Senate's recent rejection of the latest Russell Pearce anti-immigration slate. Now the New York Times corroborates it: The Senate move was a victory for Read more...
So much for those "free markets" in Texas that Rick Perry is so fond of bragging about. As Rachel Maddow points out, that "free market" apparently includes offering the film industry tax incentives to film in Texas and then denying the tax breaks Read more...
Now, this makes a lot more sense as their real motive, because politicians will back just about anything for campaign cash, and private prisons are flush with dollars. And why not? They deliver substandard services to keep those profit margins Read more...