Monday, March 18, 2013

Arizona's War Against Illegal Alien Voter Fraud Hits U.S. Supreme Court Today

Stand With Arizona ^ | 03-18-2013 | John Hill

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The following statement would seem to be a no-brainer: people who vote in national elections must be U.S. citizens.
Yet we see bizarre headlines such as this from the Associated Press today: Must voters have to prove citizenship to register?
You might as well ask: "Must drivers have to open their eyes to drive"? It is the biggest 'duh' imaginable.
Unless of course, you have a vested interest in enabling and expanding voter fraud in the United States. And so we have the U.S. Supreme Court today hearing arguments in Arizona vs. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona.
What is this case about? In a nutshell, the state of Arizona is once again standing up for the rule of law, and being taken on by the entire left-wing establishment, plus the Obama DOJ.
The details:
In 2004, Arizona passed Proposition 200, which among other things (such as denying welfare to illegal aliens), required all voters to provide evidence of citizenship before registering to vote or casting a ballot.
As a response, the plaintiff, the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona - backed by the illegal alien advocacy group Mexican American Legal Defense Fund, among others - sued the state, arguing that Proposition 200 was inconsistent with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) - Bill Clinton's infamous "Motor Voter Law" - which requires states to “accept and use” a voter registration form created by the Electoral Assistance Commission (EAC). The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco - the most liberal in the nation - struck down Arizona's citizenship requirement. The Supreme Court granted review of the case on October 15th, 2012. And so here we are.
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Above: Obama showing Voter ID before early voting in ChicagoWas that so hard? No? So why did you sue 8 states to try and ban it?'
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So what is this "voter registration form" that the Motor Voter law established? Quite simply: an invitation to voter fraud. It does not require any proof whatsoever that the individual registering to vote is a U.S. citizen. It merely asks them to "affirm" that they are. That's it...the "honor system"!
To make things worse the Motor Voter Law requires local welfare offices, social service agencies and motor vehicle departments to offer voter registration forms to everyone who comes in, no questions asked. ACORN-like groups have long practiced signing up new “voters” at places where illegal aliens congregate.
Columnist and radio host Roger Hedgecock detailed his experiences canvassing in Orange County, CA in 201, and discovering potentially massive voter fraud by illegal aliens:
EXCERPT...CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ARTICLE.

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G&A Ranks the Best States for Gun Owners in 2013

Guns and Ammo ^ | Mar. 14, 2013 | James Tarr

It’s becoming more difficult for gun owners across the country to find safe haven, as the powers that be on both federal and state levels begin introducing a quagmire of anti-gun legislation hindering the rights of law-abiding citizens. States like Illinois are notorious for their anti-gun agendas, states like Texas are viewed as a shooters’ paradise.
To provide you, dear reader, with a primer of gun-friendly regions of the United States, we’ve analyzed all 50 states—and Washington, D.C.—and ranked them to find out which are the most pro-gun.
States can score a maximum 10 points per category, with a perfect score of 50. Full disclosure, though: No state attained that perfect score, though two states came awfully close. As was expected, Washington, D.C., kicked off our list with a whopping zero points, and other anti-gun Meccas such as New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and California weren’t far behind.
States were measured on gun rights/friendliness to gun owners by the following criteria: •CCW/Open Carry: Only states that don’t require a permit for concealed or open carry scored a perfect 10 in this category. •MSRs: States with no restrictions on the kind, type or number of modern sporting rifles (ARs, AKs, etc.) that can be owned or purchased scored a 10 in this category. •Class 3/NFA: The majority of states allow their citizens to own Class 3/NFA-type firearms (machine guns, suppressors, short-barreled rifles, etc.), provided they follow the federal licensing standard, but not every state is yea or nay. •Castle Doctrine/Stand Your Ground: States’ scores were determined based on how strong your the law is regarding self-defense in and out of the home, and whether in the right you’re immune from civil prosecution. •Miscellaneous: How pro-gun the state culture is has a lot to do with scoring in this category.
(Excerpt) Read more at gunsandammo.com ...

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