Thursday, October 30, 2003
Fox to Troll Phoenix
Hen House November 4
Come Welcome Him with Us
||Vicente Fox, shown in file photo
at left with Arizona Congressman Jim Kolbe, will be visiting
Phoenix on November 4 as part of a trip across the Southwest
to try to peddle his illegal alien amnesty nonsense, among other
things. Glenn Spencer, President of American Patrol, has announced
that he and other concerned citizens will be attending a protest
at the Phoenix Civic Plaza to greet Fox. Rides from Sierra Vista
may be available for those who wish to attend. Call Billie at
(520) 803-7703 Mon.-Fri. from 9 to 5 MST for details. For ride
info in other areas of Arizona, contact Citizens
Against Illegal Immigration.
for protest location, etc.
Event to be Live on the Internet
American Patrol has announced that it has arranged
to use the Border Hawk Ground Control Station to broadcast live
video from the Tancredo rally this coming Saturday, November
1. Be there a get a chance to show your incredible countenance
to the world through the Border Hawk camera! Click
to destroy America
Last week, I attended an immigration-overpopulation
conference in Washington, DC, filled to capacity by many of America's
finest minds and leaders. Writers, speakers, CEO's, representatives
from Congress such as Tom Tancredo as well as former governors
graced the podium. Bonnie Eggle, mother of the national parks
ranger Chris Eggle...
Laws Protect Illegal Workers
...You may wonder how it is that an illegal
immigrant is known to our government for almost 20 years and
still not removed from the country. It's because the mission
of the Internal Revenue Service is to collect revenue.
Anyone earning income in the United States must pay taxes on
it, even if their employment or presence in the U.S. is illegal.
13 -- Tucson
caught in phony news truck
The Border Patrol says they've arrested
a group of illegal immigrants who were being smuggled inside
a phony television news truck. Agents say ten illegal immigrants
were found in Naco thanks to a tip from a neighbor who saw them
being loaded in to two vehicles.
may amnesty millions of lawbreakers
Reeds sway tall and golden in the heart
of the Texas rice belt, but weeks into autumn some fields are
idle as growers struggle to find farmhands to help with the harvest.
-- But help could be on the way. -- Several bills that would
allow millions of illegal immigrants to live and work legally
in the United States have been proposed in the U.S. Congress...
full of suspected invaders crashes near Beaumont
The driver of a van was injured and seven
suspected illegal immigrants were detained after the van was
involved in an accident near Beaumont, Texas. -- The two-vehicle
accident happened Thursday morning on Interstate 10 near FM 365
near Fannett about 15 miles southwest of Beaumont....
Immigration: "What can I do?"
"What can I do to help stop the
flow of illegal aliens into this country?" -- This question
is asked of me with increased frequency these days, which is
good because it reflects numerous polls in recent years showing
the deep concerns Americans have about our laughable immigration
The frustration Americans feel with their
elected representatives over the issue of illegal immigration
has begun a (small 'r') revolution, a revolution most pronounced
in those areas that bear the burden of our failed national policy.
Using constitutional means to voice their displeasure, a plurality
of voters in California recalled Governor Gray Davis earlier
Patrol Reports $633K Marijuana Find
Hundreds of pounds of marijuana that
was apparently smuggled across the border on horseback have been
found by Border Patrol agents in remote areas of southern New
Mexico and West Texas. -- The Border Patrol reported that 791
pounds of marijuana with an estimated value of $633,000 were
'gift' from Mexicans: Record amount of pot seized in California
...California Attorney General Bill Lockyer
applauded the seizure, whose street value would have exceeded
$1.9 billion. But he warned that the size of the average "pot
plantation" had dramatically expanded in the past five years,
and armed criminals with ties to Mexican drug syndicates are
increasingly planting crops near hiking trails and campgrounds.