Arizona Immigration Supreme Court case audio, transcript


 
It is a Sunday, and lots of sport teams are having their playoffs. But if you have can find a bit of time, you will not be disappointed in hearing the arguments of Arizona v United States in the Immigration case. It just got posted so here the links are below.

Supreme Court Audio

 
Supreme Court Transcripts

 

Gov. Jan Brewer speaks on Arizona’s Immigration law in front of the Supreme Court in Washington
Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) speaks to the media in front of the Supreme Court following oral arguments on Arizona’s controversial immigration law, 1070, the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, in Washington, D.C. on April 25, 2012.

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7 Responses to “Arizona Immigration Supreme Court case audio, transcript”

  1. Obama “didn’t know” about #Spying? Or Healthcare.gov? Yeah. Sure. Whatever… | Two Heads are Better Than One Says:

    […] willy-nilly adherence to immigration and voter ID laws. If he likes the law, he enforces it. But if he doesn’t, he […]

  2. Fred Witzell Says:

    OK, so I put the Jan Brewer comment too far down. It’s been a LONG and tiresome day…

    • bunkerville Says:

      I got the drift- hey, I had to look hard to find this pic…(previous post)… you should have seen the UPI, this was Fox! AZ is hard on the ladies.

  3. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    I have often wondered why in these types of cases the issue shouldn’t be is does the state law take away the enumerated powers of the federal government. If it doesn’t, then the state law should stand providedd it doesn’t violate the Bill if Rights.

    • bunkerville Says:

      That is exactlyhow we went off the plan. States rights first!

  4. Silverfiddle Says:

    When the Supremes shove this back in Obama’s face, the states should get together and sue the federal government for non-performance and failure to enforce the law.

    • bunkerville Says:

      Agree SF. The federal argument made no sense, and was as poor as the Obamacare argument. He sounded like a jackass quite frankly.


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