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    Rumble at the Ranch Event Press Release

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Contact: Lou Ann Anderson

    April 5, 2006
    254-778-8800/254-913-0615


    The "Rumble" Grows.

    Rumble at the Ranch Event Highlights Bush

    Immigration Law Non-Enforcement


    TEMPLE, Texas - Plans are progressing for "Rumble at the Ranch," a rally
    highlighting George W. Bush's non-enforcement of immigration laws. The
    event, scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday, May 6, in the football stadium parking
    lot (adjacent to the Community Center) of President Bush's adopted hometown
    of Crawford, Texas, is sponsored by Latino Americans for Immigration Reform
    (LAIR) and the Texas Minutemen and locally hosted by The Lynn Woolley Show
    (www.BeLogical.com <http://www.belogical.com/> ).



    Another component of this event is a Homefrontal Assault campaign in which
    citizens can express their support of immigration enforcement by sending the
    president a postcard. As patriotic Americans are flooding their
    congressional officials with letters, faxes and e-mails, Rumble at the Ranch
    organizers are also working to keep a flow of cards and letters en route to
    President Bush. "We are encouraging people to send a postcard from their
    hometown to the president's with a message regarding Mr. Bush's illegal
    immigration stance." Lou Ann Anderson, producer of The Lynn Woolley Show,
    said. "This is also a great opportunity for those who cannot travel to
    Crawford on May 6, but would still like to participate in the effort."
    Postcards should be sent to Homefrontal Assault/P.O. Box 266/Crawford, TX
    76638-0266.



    The Rumble at the Ranch rally will feature speakers from across the country.
    Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist, American Patrol's Glenn Spencer and
    radio talk show host Terry Anderson will address the crowd. Additional
    speakers include John Clark of Americans for Immigration Control, Barbara
    Coe from California Coalition for Immigration Reform, Rick Oltman of the
    Federation of Americans for Immigration Reform, Michelle Dallacroce of
    Mothers Against Illegal Aliens, California State Assembly candidate Tony
    Dolz, Bob Park from Veterans for Secure Borders, Tennessee gubernatorial
    candidate Carl Twofeathers Whitaker, David Heppler of Arizona Border Watch,
    Minuteman Project Executive Director Stephen Eichler, veteran Ray Herrera,
    Frank L. Morris Sr. Ph.D., Bryan Malatesta, Constitution Party of Texas, and
    New Mexico Minuteman Clifford Alford. LAIR President Lupe Moreno, Vice
    President Angie Morfin as well as Texas Minutemen President Shannon McGauley
    and event organizer Frank Jorge will also speak.
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    Latest Official Press Release

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    April 20, 2006
    Contact: Lou Ann Anderson 254-778-8800/254-913-0615
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    Momentum Grows as “Rumble” Approaches

    Immigration Law Enforcement Void to be Topic at Crawford, TX Rally



    TEMPLE, Texas – Millions of illegal immigrants and their supporters have spent the past weeks marching in American streets making demands of the U.S. government. On Saturday, May 6, law abiding, taxpaying citizens and other legal residents will gather in Crawford, Texas for “Rumble at the Ranch,” a peaceful rally celebrating our country’s right to assembly while highlighting the Bush administration’s non-enforcement of immigration laws. The event, scheduled for 1 p.m. in the football stadium parking lot (adjacent to the Community Center) of President Bush’s adopted hometown of Crawford, Texas, is sponsored by Latino Americans for Immigration Reform (LAIR) and the Texas Minutemen and locally hosted by The Lynn Woolley Show (www.BeLogical.com).



    Rumble at the Ranch will feature speakers from across the country. Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist, American Patrol’s Glenn Spencer, Barbara Coe from California Coalition for Immigration Reform and radio talk show host Terry Anderson will address the crowd. LAIR President Lupe Moreno, Vice President Angie Morfin as well as Texas Minutemen President Shannon McGauley and event organizer Frank Jorge will also speak. Rumble at the Ranch attendees will also hear speakers from additional immigration reform organizations as well as political candidates and other immigration reform activists. A complete speaker roster as well as a list of organizations supporting this event is posted at www.areckoning.com.



    “This event will showcase the impact that illegal immigration has on all of America,” Frank Jorge, LAIR spokesman and event organizer, said. “Rumble at the Ranch will be one stop for ‘The Minuteman Caravan,’ a rolling protest traveling from California to Washington D.C. The audience will hear candidates from various states seeking office on ‘secure our borders’ type platforms. Representatives from 9/11 Families for a Secure America, a multi-ethnic coalition of Americans (native born and naturalized) whose purpose is to educate the public and lawmakers regarding the link between open borders, illegal immigration and terrorism, will be on hand. Rumble at the Ranch will be a rally for Americans who support the rule of law and orderly immigration policies and it will also serve as an important informational opportunity for those wanting to learn more about the impact of illegal immigration.”



    Another component of this event is a Homefrontal Assault campaign in which citizens can express their support of immigration enforcement by sending the president a postcard. As patriotic Americans are flooding their congressional officials with letters, faxes and e-mails, Rumble at the Ranch organizers are also working to keep a flow of cards and letters en route to President Bush. Organizers cite the Homefrontal Assault campaign as a great opportunity for those who cannot travel to Crawford on May 6, but would still like to participate in the effort. Postcards should be sent to Homefrontal Assault/P.O. Box 266/Crawford, TX 76638-0266.



    Additional information and event updates are available at www.areckoning.com.

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    Directions to Rumble at the Ranch

    From IH35 heading South (Dallas-Fort Worth, OK, AR and other points North)
    In Waco, take Hwy 6 West/North. Turn left at Cedar Rock Parkway (185). Stay on Cedar Rock Parkway until you see the Crawford City Limits sign then turn right on Jewell Patton Drive (it is not marked but there will be a sign on the left hand side of Cedar Rock Parkway indicating a right turn for the Community Center.) Once you cross the bridge, the rally will be on your right.

    From IH35 heading North (Austin, San Antonio, Houston)
    In Temple take exit 299 (Loop 363). Turn left at the light and go approximately 2 miles to the intersection of Loop 363 and Hwy 36. Turn left onto Hwy 36 and go approximately 4 miles to Hwy 317. Turn right to get on Hwy 317 North. Once you reach Crawford, take the first right after the flashing light (4th Street). Go approximately ˝ mile down 4th Street and the rally will be on the left next to the football field.

    Parking
    Parking will be available adjacent to the rally site. Additional parking will be available at the corner of 4th Street and Ave L however this will require walking approximately ˝ mile.

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