Phoenix - A federal judge ruled on Friday that Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his deputies had violated the constitutional rights of Latinos by targeting them during raids and traffic stops here and throughout Maricopa County. With his ruling, Judge G. Murray Snow of United States District Court delivered the most decisive defeat so far to Sheriff Arpaio, who has come to symbolize Arizona’s strict approach to immigration enforcement by making it the leading mission for many of the 800 deputies under his command at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. At 142 pages, the decision is peppered with stinging
Comments: And, right on cue, comes some pathetic judge to claim racism where there is none. The New York Times gleefully slimes a good man [Sheriff Arpaio], yet again, to distract from the very bad, black man in the White House orchestrating these miscarriages of federal law.
I am a very visible minority, who has traveled all across the country and has never been hassled by the police. If they were to stop me, I would be courteous and respectful of their position. To do otherwise would rightfully provoke them to seek more information.
When the NYT´s writes of the very corrupt black man in the White House, and the very corrupt black man that is the Attorney General who denied equal rights to white people...and the vey corrupt white woman at the IRS who worked to steal an election for a Black man...and write of the black communists that are the Black Caucus...then perhaps I´ll listen ...until then write of the corrupt judge willing do do the corrupt racist black presidents bidding...as Sherrif Joe is one of the few worthy of American´s trust...
CBS radio news was covering this story gleefully. Talk about mainstream media bias. Holder and Obama are high-fiving each other. Sheriff Joe was target #1. Meanwhile Obama invites illegal aliens to the Black House. Obama loves rubbing our noses in it again.
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Az Roadrunner, 5/25/2013 1:45:21 AM (No. 9344594)
There is no mention of the dozens of other racial profiling lawsuits where the judge ruled in Sheriff Joe´s favor...
You can´t arrest people for nothing. If Sheriff Joe was then they´d be lawsuits claiming so. If there´s any profiling,it´s behavior profiling and according to this judge,lawbreakers should be ignored because they´re latino.Most big city jails are overwhelmingly black in population. Is that because they were profiled or broke the law?
Sheriff Joe is hated by the left because he´s the top moral authority in this country,the polar opposite of the lazy fair Obama.
Sheriff Joe is just trying to do the job he was elected to do....arrest law breakers. Our government is getting in the way. The Obama administration is hell bent on destroying America and her laws. Now we have found out that the government uses itself to fight taxpaying Americans. Who is the real enemy? Wake up lofos!
Same stupid political correct mentality. You have tens of thousands of ILLEGAL Hispanics running around but you can´t enforce the law by looking towards Hispanics because that´s racist. What brain dead BS
President Barack Obama is returning to The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. Obama will appear on the Aug. 6 broadcast of NBC´s late-night talker, which would mark his sixth time and the fourth appearance since becoming president. According to NBC, Obama plans to discuss jobs initiatives and the economy during his visit. Previous Tonight Show appearances were Dec. 1, 2006; Oct. 17, 2007; March 19, 2009 — marking the first time a current president appeared on a late-night talker; Oct. 25, 2011; and Oct. 24, 2012. Obama has made the late-night rounds over the years,
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Most fishermen are guilty of the odd photobrag, but none can match this bloke´s cockiness. The Victorian fisherman celebrated catching a huge shark by climbing inside the gutted fish, poking his arm through its gills and posing for a joke shot with his knife buried between its eyes. In a world where every angler is pictured next to his prize catch with a thumbs up, it´s becoming increasingly difficult for intrepid fishermen to stand out. But this guy - let´s call him the Shark Slayer - certainly managed it. ´Arch´, who works at the Metung Hotel in Gippsland, was present when the photo was taken.
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Three former high-ranking Penn State officials, including the university’s former president, Graham B. Spanier, were ordered Tuesday to stand trial on charges that they were part of a cover-up related to the child sexual abuse scandal involving the former football coach Jerry Sandusky. After a two-day preliminary hearing this week, Harrisburg District Judge William Werner decided there was enough evidence against Spanier, the retired university vice president Gary Schultz and the former athletic director Tim Curley to proceed with a trial, which could start later this year.
Anti-Christian extremist groups like the ACLU, the Freedom From Religion Foundation and People for the American Way hate God. They also hate America. True America. These "progressive" outfits - along with like-minded politicos, judges, Hollywood elitists and left-wing media-types - hate that this great nation was expressly founded upon the bedrock precepts of the Judeo-Christian tradition. And so, in response, they lash out. They endeavor first to raze our God-blessed America, and then raise, from the rubble, a godless America fashioned in their own secular-socialist self-image.
Last week, Utah Sen. Mike Lee (R.) sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.), “informing Senator Reid that we will not vote for a continuing resolution that funds Obamacare,” risking a government shutdown if Lee’s objectives are not achieved. While eleven other Senate Republicans have signed on to Lee’s letter, other Republicans are denouncing the move in surprisingly direct language. “It’s not an achievable strategy…and it’s dishonest,” said Sen. Tom Coburn (R., Okla.). “It’s the dumbest idea I’ve ever heard of,” added Sen. Richard Burr (R., N.C.).
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Conservative bloggers went wild Monday when they got wind of the Congressional Black Caucus’ suggestion that President Obama pick Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of Houston for the post of Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. Rich Cooper, avid blogger for Security Debrief, responded to the news of the Jackson Lee recommendation in a post by saying, “Apparently, it is not a joke. For reasons that baffle any sense of reality, it is a serious gesture on the part of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) to encourage President Obama to nominate Rep. Jackson Lee
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Gotta figure her lead would be even bigger without Joe Miller in the field here. Her nomination for the taking? Alaska should be a top tier pick up opportunity for Senate Republicans next year…but their top choice of a candidate is Sarah Palin. 36% of GOP primary voters in the state say they’d like Palin to be their standard bearer against Mark Begich to 26% for Mead Treadwell, 15% for Dan Sullivan, and 12% for Joe Miller.
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