Senate Bill would Block Sanctuary Cities Laws

The Center for Immigration Studies has published an analysis of Senate Bill 2146, the “Stop Sanctuary Policies and Protect American Act” introduced by Senator David Vitter. This sanctuary legislation is designed to block state or local governments from enacting or continuing sanctuary laws or policies that protect aliens from the reach of federal immigration authorities, … More Senate Bill would Block Sanctuary Cities Laws

Rep. Schweikert: Second Amendment Under Attack with Oregon Shootings

The Second Amendment is under attack again from the Oregon community college shootings because “there’s a visceral reaction when there’s a tragedy to talk about firearms,” Rep. David Schweikert told Newsmax TV on Tuesday. “But the reality, if you want to have an honest conversation about what is happening in our society, you’ve got to … More Rep. Schweikert: Second Amendment Under Attack with Oregon Shootings

Arizona Congressmen Introduce Grant’s Law to Fight the Border Invasion

Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) today issued the following statement on news that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had released three dangerous illegal aliens into Pinal County, Arizona. “Despite the repeated attacks on American citizens by illegal aliens released from our jails, DHS refuses to stop freeing violent criminals who are in … More Arizona Congressmen Introduce Grant’s Law to Fight the Border Invasion

Arizona Congressional Democrats Accepted Money from Big Abortion’s King — Planned Parenthood

During the 2014 election cycle, four Democrats accepted campaign cash from Planned Parenthood — the notorious abortion factory under intense national scrutiny for illegal sales of baby parts and alleged fraud. Current Congressmen Ann Kirkpatrick, Kyrsten Sinema, Raul Grijalva and former Congressman Ron Barber all accepted money from Planned Parenthood last year. Kirkpatrick received $10,850, … More Arizona Congressional Democrats Accepted Money from Big Abortion’s King — Planned Parenthood

Congress Passes Franks’ Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Upon passage of H.R. 36 the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, with a vote of 242 to 184, the bill’s sponsor Congressman Franks issued the following statement: “I want to express my deepest and sincerest gratitude to my colleagues who not only played a role in the creation and development of The … More Congress Passes Franks’ Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

17 Months Out from Election: McCain’s Angry, Desperate Friends Spitting Fire

There are angry, intolerant and intemperate remarks, and then there are the hateful, if not despicable, remarks of J. Charles Coughlin. Coughlin is the president of Phoenix-based High Ground Public Affairs Consultants, an organization which really should put a leash on its leader. He was the chairman of Jan Brewer’s gubernatorial transition team and has … More 17 Months Out from Election: McCain’s Angry, Desperate Friends Spitting Fire

McCain Running again and the People Groan

by MICHELLE MOONS Breitbart.com 7 Apr 2015 Multiple conservative groups rebelled right out of the gate to Senator John McCain’s announcement that he will indeed seek re-election in what is expected to be a historic 2016 election cycle. Within hours of McCain’s announcement both Conservative Review and the Senate Conservatives Fund had emailed to rally … More McCain Running again and the People Groan

McCain Posturing for 2016 While His Cronies Flake and Graham Vote for Lynch for AG?

By MATTHEW BOYLE Breitbart.com U.S. Senator John McCain won’t be able to skate by if he merely just votes against U.S. Attorney General candidate Loretta Lynch as President Obama’s candidate to replace Eric Holder, says Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward. Senator Ward said that if McCain’s allies, particularly Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) or Jeff Flake (R-AZ), … More McCain Posturing for 2016 While His Cronies Flake and Graham Vote for Lynch for AG?

Constitution Day and Surmounting Difficulties

Congressman Trent Franks (AZ-08), chair of the House Judiciary Committee’s Constitution Subcommittee, released the following statement in recognition of Constitution Day: “On this Constitution Day, our nation finds itself consumed with a discussion of how we will confront an enemy that stands in stark contrast to every principle we hold dear.  May the debate serve … More Constitution Day and Surmounting Difficulties