Monday, January 17, 2011

Senator Russell Pearce
Jan. 17, 2011
On Hair on Fire 1100 KFNX News talk Radio
Arizona Senator Russell Pearce


















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  A very special guest will join us. Arizona Senate President; Senator Russell Pearce.
HELD OVER FOR 2 ND WEEK author Bill Ponath
Hair on Fire Mondays 8-9 PM pro tem Judge Bill Ponath on Jan 10,2011
was granted a continuance for 7 days and will appear as my guest
again on Jan. 17, 2011. His first time appearance on my show Arizona Senate President; Senator Russell Pearce. Host Barbara Espinosa
Publisher of American Freedom
Arizona State Senate President Russell Pearce, His resume is impressive:
Arizona’s, and the nation’s, most outspoken advocate for stopping the illegal invasion, securing our borders and enforcing our laws.
*Senator Pearce sponsored the controversial SB 1070 on illegal immigration.
*Chief Deputy for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office for 23 years.
*Director of Arizona’s Motor Vehicle Division
*The first North Mesa Justice of the Peace
*Director of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
*Recognized by the Goldwater Institute as the number one legislator who proved to be the
strongest ally against government encroachment on liberty.
*He was also recognized as the number one legislator, “Hero of the Taxpayer”
*In 2004 he was the architect of The Citizen’s Initiative known as Proposition 200,also known as Protect Arizona NOW (Arizona's Citizens and Taxpayers Protection Act), to require:
1. Proof of citizenship to register to vote. The U.S. Constitution established more than 200 years ago that that only citizens may vote. The initiative requires everyone equally to prove eligibility. The Help America Vote Act of 2002 requires states to strengthen the integrity of their voter rolls, as does Title 7, Section 12 of the Arizona Constitution.
2. Photo I.D. when voting. Photo I.D. Is required to cash a check, apply for welfare, sign a lease, or get a rental card at a video store. Governor Napolitano vetoed the photo I.D. bill, stating it was illegal.
Yet 11 states already have laws requiring I.D. when voting. Some laws have been on the books for decades.

Bill Ponath and Barbara
 Bill Ponath autographing his book to Barbara; Want to know what he wrote?
“To the hottest radio host I’ve in been in the studio with. God Bless America”

Bill is known as the common sense judge.
Graduate of ASU, attended Pepperdine University School of Law,
Is a pro tem Judge for Maricopa County Justice Courts and is the author of Verdict for America.The book covers a range of topics including immigration, healthcare, education and the economy.

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