Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Arizona Immigration Caucus

Don't Miss The Arizona Immigration Caucus Oct. 20th
Plan now to attend the Arizona Immigration Cacus October 20, 2007 at Sunnyslope Highschool 35 W. Dunlop Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. The event runs from 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.

Featured speakers include Michael Cutler, Terry Anderson, Rep. Russell Pearce, Don Goldwater, Col. Rodriguez and Chris Simcox.

Cost is $26 per person. For more information and to purchase tickets, please goto azgrassroots.com or call Willa at 602 748 4551.
Michael Cutler to headline the Arizona Immigration Caucus
Micheal Cutler

Michael Cutler, a Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, an advisor to the "911 Families for a Secure America," and a consultant, retired in 2002 after a distinguished career with the INS of over 30 years, including 26 as a Special Agent. In 1991, he was promoted to the position of Senior Special Agent and was assigned to the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force and worked with members of other federal and state law enforcement agencies as well as law enforcement organizations of other countries. The task force's investigations of aliens involved in major drug trafficking organizations ultimately resulted in the seizure of their assets and prosecutions for a wide variety of criminal violations.

Mr. Cutler has testified as an expert witness at nine Congressional hearings on issues relating to the enforcement of immigration laws having been called by members of both political parties. Mr. Cutler also furnished testimony to the Presidential Commission on the Terrorist Attacks of September 11. Mr. Cutler has appeared on numerous television and radio programs including the O'Reilly Radio Factor, O'Reilly's No Spin Zone, Fox News and the Lou Dobbs Tonight Program on CNN to discuss the enforcement of immigration laws and has participated in various public debates and panel discussions on issues involving the enforcement and administration of immigration laws. Among the areas of concern that he is able to speak about authoritatively are the nexus between immigration and national security, the impact of immigration on the criminal justice system, strategies to combat illegal immigration, and why amnesty for illegal aliens is wrong.

A Good Man Looking For A Good Job

I normally don't pass resume's on but I have met this young man several times. He is a strong self starter, presents well and ready for strong challenges and responsibilities.

Click HERE for Michael's full Resume'

As the Arizona Immigration Caucus program grows I will be updating you with additional speaker Bio's and information on the raffle and prizes such as a flat screen HD television, photographs and more. For more information please visit our web site at azgrassroots.com or call Willa at 602 748 4551.

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Illegal immigrants moving out

Illegal immigrants living in states and cities that have adopted strict immigration policies are packing up and moving back to their home countries or to neighboring states.

The exodus has been fueled by a wave of laws targeting illegal immigrants in Oklahoma, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia and elsewhere. Many were passed after congressional efforts to overhaul the immigration system collapsed in June.

Immigrants say the laws have raised fears of workplace raids and deportation.

"People now are really frightened and scared because they don't know what's going to happen," says Juliana Stout, an editor at the newspaper El Nacional de Oklahoma. "They're selling houses. They're leaving the country."

Supporters of the laws cheer the departure of illegal immigrants and say the laws are working as intended.

For the full story please click HERE.


A press conference, rally, and fundraiser will be held in support of the family of fallen Phoenix Police Officer Nick Erfle.

We the people call upon the Phoenix City Council to end its 'Sanctuary City' policy, i.e., Operations Order 1.4.3, and are providing the grieving public an opportunity to sign the state ballot initiative petition know as 'Support Our Law Enforcement' (SOLE). The intention of the initiative is to prohibit sanctuary policies throughout the State of Arizona

For the full story and details please click HERE.

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