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RidersUSA

RidersUSA's primary mission is to create awareness of local, state and national policy that directly or indirectly impact the Sovereignty of the United States.

DISCLAIMER: As this is an open forum, RidersUSA may not agree with or support the varied forms of opinion or content expressed here. Commentary promoting any form of violence or racism will not be tolerated! Members or their statements will be deleted as determined by web page administrator for repeated violations. All members are encouraged to please keep on topic as per RidersUSA Mission Statement!

Website: http://www.ridersusa.net/
Location: Arizona statewide
Members: 40
Latest Activity: Apr 29, 2016

RidersUSA Bi-Monthly Meeting 03/07/2016

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    RidersUSA

    Bi- Monthly Meeting

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    Where:Elks Lodge #2251
    Address:2320 S.Hardy Dr.
    Tempe, AZ                                                         
    When: Mar. 07, 2016
    5:30 - 6:30 Dinner (optional)
    6:30 - 8:00 Meeting

    Agenda: Throwing all kinds of shit against the wall and hoping that something will stick!
                 



     

Discussion Forum

Review of "Occupy Phoenix" Protest 10/15/2011 6 Replies

If you have ever seen the cult classic, "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest", starring Jack Nicholson, you then have a fairly descriptive picture of what this "Occupy Phoenix" rally is all about. If not, let me give it to you in a "nutshell" (no pun…Continue

Started by Vince Ansel. Last reply by Carly Feb 7, 2013.

Phoenix New Times Parent Linked to Promoting Child Prostitution 6 Replies

Well here it is folks! It's finally come down to this......Phoenix-based Village Voice Media (parent company of Phoenix New Times) has been accused of advertising in its Backpage.com smut section of this rag, services for child prostitution.…Continue

Started by Vince Ansel. Last reply by Lynne Stevens Apr 24, 2012.

Communist Raul Grijalva Needs To Go! 3 Replies

Communist House of Representatives Members in CongressPhotoFirst NameLast NameStateCityPosition / Voting RecordHistorical LinksRaúlGrijalvaAZTucsonCo-chairman, Congressional Progressive Caucus House Education and Labor Committee…Continue

Started by Cigar. Last reply by Moxie Feb 18, 2012.

Organizers Take On Immigration Enforcement Leadership -- Without Talking About Immigration 4 Replies

"Please don't be coerced into cooperating with these Berkeley, Saul Alinsky-trained community organizers," the motorcyclist pleaded. The crowd erupted in cheers.Yep Vince, they are writing about you. Took them long enough. Must have had to think, I…Continue

Started by Kevin. Last reply by Kevin Feb 18, 2012.

Ongoing Battle Between Public Sector Unions and the Az Taxpayer 4 Replies

 Thank you Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio (District 6) for your continued fight in bringing to light the obvious collusion between Arizona Public Sector Unions and the Democratic Political machine in their never ending quest in helping the taxpayer…Continue

Started by Vince Ansel. Last reply by Cigar Jan 2, 2012.

Chicanos Unidos Arizona: Stolen U.S. Land 6 Replies

Miguel Perez, who has a blog on examiner.com, is the current president of Chicanos Unidos Arizona and an active member of La Raza, also served as the vice president of the Latino civil rights organization MECHA in Fullerton California.…Continue

Started by Cigar. Last reply by AZRanger Dec 23, 2011.

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Comment by Gilbert Patriot on February 6, 2013 at 9:29am

Today, Wednesday, February 6th, at 2:00, the Arizona State Legislature will be meeting to hear testimony concerning Senate Bill 1086, which proposes police officer training regarding motorcycle profiling.

Be careful, your first reaction may be to dismiss this issue, believing it "doesn't apply" to you.  You'd be wrong.

  This topic may seem as if it's a peripheral issue to the Tea Party.  However, for the same reason we took a stand several months ago on the injustice in Quartzite, we should support the motorcycle clubs in favor of passing this bill.

  With Quartzite, recall that we didn't want to just sit by and allow the city council to run roughshod over the community.  That same dynamic applies here.  We shouldn't allow our own police to bully a segment of our community.  This is one of those circumstances in which we're fooling ourselves if we sit by and watch "someone else" have his or her rights infringed on and assume it will not weaken us as a whole.

  SB 1086 has been introduced because of some pretty scary, yet commonplace, occurrences to which bikers are subjected. Bikers are regularly pulled over for no reason (interrogated, photographed, & documented), have routine surveillance done where no crimes are being committed nor suspected (more or less an intimidation tactic), and are subject to other methods of profiling that you and I would be shocked at if it happened to us.  Yet, these violations of Constitutional rights are being done right under our noses. (Yes, of course you didn't hear about it  -- when was the last time the media really covered a Constitutional rights issue as it pertains to American citizens?)

  Most of the bikers targeted by these police actions are regular hard-working Americans who stand firmly for the same freedoms you and I do.  In fact, you might be surprised how many of our near-and-dear conservative values the motorcycle clubs hold.  Don't let a leather jacket and a loud motorcycle fool you.

  Lastly lest you think this doesn't apply to you, just remember that old piece of prose warning more or less about "and then they came for us...."

  First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Socialist.

  Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

  Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Jew.

  Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me.

Comment by Vince Ansel on February 5, 2013 at 10:45pm

Even Liberal New York has had it with this Gun Control nonsense.....Click on the link below and see how Freedom Loving New Yorkers deal with Politicians trying to take guns away from Law Abiding Citizens at a local Town Hall meeting!

New Yorkers have been pushed too far!!!!!

Comment by Lynne Stevens on February 5, 2013 at 5:39pm

Well if it was a real shotgun his shoulder will be really sore . . And it could be a shot gun added to the picture and some one did not erase muzzle blasts or added a muzzle blast to show it was phoney . . 

Comment by Mark Stephens on February 3, 2013 at 10:27am

Is it just me or is something terribly wrong with the pic of obummer shooting a shotgun. Why is there smoke, for one, and two, why is smoke coming out the end and the side of the barrel? When did gunpowder become anything but smokeless in rifle and shotgun shells and it doesn't look like a muzzleloader? anyone,anyone.

Comment by Cigar on February 3, 2013 at 9:21am

We (Arizona Republic) are not fans of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. We enthusiastically recommended his Democratic opponent in the November election, with an editorial that went into great detail on Arpaio’s abuse of the public trust.

Voters rejected our advice. They re-elected the sheriff, though by a small margin. We accept the result.

But some of Arpaio’s critics won’t take nearly 680,000 votes as a no. They’ve launched a recall campaign against the sheriff.

It should fail.

The recall is as much of an abuse of Arizona law as anything Arpaio has done. The election was less than three months ago. Arpaio took the oath of office a month ago. No new issues have arisen that weren’t thoroughly vetted during the election campaign. There is no reason for another vote.

The recall organizers claim to have $1.3 million with which to collect 350,000 signatures in the next 120 days. There are so many better ways to use that money than an ill-timed recall campaign that smacks of sour grapes.

The time to remove Arpaio from office was in November. That effort fell short. Without a change in circumstances since then, there should be no do-over.

Comment by Cigar on February 3, 2013 at 8:02am

@Zadoc.......................Glen Spenser should be part of the "metrics" debate. Question is, how do we get enough people mentioning his name to get Washington to listen.    ??????

Comment by Zadoc on February 3, 2013 at 6:01am

Metrics debate may end up being the down fall of Immigraton Reform.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323644904578270322728...

Comment by Mark Stephens on February 2, 2013 at 8:23pm

Sounds like they may be getting hammered with 2nd amendment supporters...

Comment by Lynne Stevens on February 2, 2013 at 6:02am

Yeah I took the poll and it went right back to the top of the poll NO COMMENTS

Comment by Cigar on February 2, 2013 at 12:37am

@Kevin, yes we discussed this letter with Bill last year. Great letter.

 

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