Greater Phoenix Tea Party Patriots

Patriot Groups throughout the Maricopa and North Pinal County area.

Who is behind "Citizens for a Better Arizona"?

The Site looks a little slick to be grass roots

The "About" tab has no owners, or other persons listed.

The YT video looks contrived (like an O-style town-hall)

My "who is" searches for recallpearce.com were uneventful.

The group name did not show-up in Muckety Links.

Does someone know how to dig up the dope?

Thanks.

PS: I have no preconception about Pearce. The complaints of people on the YT video were about having their goodies threatened. I am outside of that district. The website looks well funded, but the FB page shows only 74 "likes". Hmmm.

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Comment by James Schwartz on August 16, 2011 at 4:46pm
I have been checking out this guy for years, he is BIG TROUBLE...
Comment by James Schwartz on August 16, 2011 at 4:45pm

http://clinton6.nara.gov/19...
Randy A. Parraz, 29 Community Action Coordinator, AFL-CIO, Washington, DC

http://www.echoinggreen.org...

Randy served as a leader in the IAF and AFL-CIO for nine years and founded both the Student Institute for Social Change and the Latino Youth Leadership Institute.

http://seinterterm2011.weeb...

Transformative Action Institute. Before
launching TAI, he was an attorney and
community organizer. As a leader of the AFLCIO,
he spent many years advocating on behalf
of workers and their families. From church
based organizing in East Dallas, to national
coalition building on behalf of 20,000
strawberry workers in the fields of California, to
coordinating the mobilization of thousands of
Canadians across the border from Vancouver to
Seattle in protest against the WTO, to
spearheading support for the Immigrant Worker
Freedom Ride in Arizona, Parraz has experience
with many different methods of social change.
He is the founder of both the Student Institute
for Social Change and the Latino Youth
Leadership Institute.


Comment by James Mapes on July 22, 2011 at 7:44pm

Great! Thank you.

Comment by JPD on July 22, 2011 at 6:07am
Product of MEChA.

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