The Stark Truth: Arizona, Machetes, & the Supreme Court

May 12, 2010

Robert Stark & guest co-host Mike Conner discuss:

  • Arizona’s new immigration law and the agenda and hypocrisy of those who oppose it
  • The American flag incident on Cinco De Mayo in Morgan Hill
  • Machete: A new film that advocates violence against those who are for border enforcement
  • Joe Lieberman’s proposed bill to strip citizenship of terrorist suspects and the implication it could have if used against political dissidents
  • Obama’s new Supreme Court nominee, Elena Kagan
  • Elections: Jim Traficant and Rand Paul

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5 Responses to “The Stark Truth: Arizona, Machetes, & the Supreme Court”

  1. Roman on May 13th, 2010 12:11 pm

    This law as Robert says, will be turned against *any* anti-establishment movement in the future. This ladies and gentlemen is the neo-Bolshevik takeover of the governing nuts and bolts of America and setting up a vast matrix of precedent trials and then it’s the troika for you comrades, I mean….terrorists! Just think what government laws will be approved by the likes of the “Wise Latina” and the newly appointed “12th judge”, a radical communist (check out her college thesis on wiki), lesbian, Zionista Elena Kagan. Not to mentioned the already in place neo-con implanted judges.

  2. Mike Delaney on May 13th, 2010 5:33 pm

    WTF do you mean we don’t know if Israel was involved in 9/11? What rock have you been sleeping under? This is the level of competence in the radio hosts here? Shame on Conner for not bringing up the points proving Jews did 9/11…

  3. Phil on May 14th, 2010 7:36 am

    Mr. Stark and Connor,

    Mexico and Israel both have very tough laws against illegal immigration. The Washington Times has an article on May 3 called “Mexico’s illegals laws tougher than Arizona’s” by Jerry Seper.

    The article states that “under the Mexican law, illegal immigration is a felony, punishable by up to 2 years in prison. Immigrants who are deported and attempt to re-enter can be imprisoned for 10 years. Visa violators can be sentenced to 6 year terms. Mexicans who help illegal immigrants are considered criminals.”

    The article continues to say “the law also says Mexico can deport foreigners who are deemed detrimental to ‘economic or national interests,’ violate Mexican law, are not ‘physically or mentally healthy’ or lack the ‘necessary funds for their sustenance’ and for their dependents.”

    Why don’t we make laws like Mexico has against illegal immigration?

  4. johnUK on May 14th, 2010 10:35 pm


    If the US had tough immigraton laws like Mexico it would not make the situation any different infact all it would do is increase the number of people that the US would have to pay for to stay in prison as life in a US jail is probably better than in there own country were the state would have to pay for free food, residence and health care and build more prisons to house these people.

    Mexicans that are deported just regroup over the border and try to enter the US again.

  5. EuroAmerican on May 19th, 2010 3:12 pm

    Phil on May 14th, 2010 7:36 am, Wrote:

    Mr. Stark and Connor,

    Mexico and Israel both have very tough laws against illegal immigration.

    Indeed they do. How about a protest of these facts? Either on the street or via the internet. Demand the ADL stop lobbying for immigration and/or demand Israel open its borders.

    We need to stop being victims and afraid. The fear should rest with the enemies of the United States.