Tune in tonight: The Arizona Right Report 8 – 9 PM

Another great line-up with informative guests.

Tune in to Mark Zemel and Don Goldwater and get up-to-the minute election coverage.

Tonight’s guest Neville Cramer, is considered the father of the E-Verify system. E-Verify is an electronic system administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services with the Social Security Administration, that provides access to federal databases helping employers determine employment eligibility of new hires and the validity of their Social Security numbers. You may have read the program was in danger of dying if Congress did not reauthorize its extension last week. Cramer will give us a status report on this vital tool for combating illegal immigration.

A Candidate for Arizona Senate. Rep. Russell Pearce (R-LD18),, outpaced his Republican primary opponent by more than a 2 to 1 margin. Pearce, the current House Appropriations Chairman, will discuss how the Wall St. collapse is expected to affect the Arizona economy.

The Arizona Right Report has all of the pertinent facts regarding this evening’s programming.

2 Responses to Tune in tonight: The Arizona Right Report 8 – 9 PM

  1. Mark Zemel says:

    Thanks Seeing Red AZ. Don Goldwater will be flying solo tonight as I get a well deserved night off…“well deserved” in my opinion anyway.

    We would probably have no system like E-Verify without the unique efforts of Neville Cramer.
    http://www.immigrationenforcementsolutions.com/biography/

    I’m anxious to hear Rep. Russell Pearce’s take on the proposed taxpayer bailout of Wall St.

    Very good article on Phoenix’ light rail debacle. Where else can Phoenix readers get this kind of insight? Certainly not from the daily fish wrapper! They can’t even get “Chris-Town” right. Good thing we have Seeing Red AZ to follow up with the facts.

  2. Bronwyn Rouse says:

    I’m not aware of the Phoenix light rail debacle, however, when I was in Phoenix last, there were complaints and disapproval of the light rail being constructed. I can say, Salt Lake City (where I spent the summers) has a light rail system which runs thru the Wasatch front. We couldn’t do without it. It is a blessing! The Phoenix light rail will do the same, just give it a chance.