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Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Border Breaking Point on Fox
Linda Vester of Fox News Hits Home Run With Border Special

Fox News "Breaking Point" Special On The Border
Vester: Since 911 more than two million illegal aliens have been caught trying to sneak across our borders. ---... there is an endless stream of foreigners flooding into this country...
Tancredo: "It is imperative that we commit the military to this task."
 Hoekstra: "I'd be supportive of deploying the military to secure the border."


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Onslaught Alert
Washington Times
U.S. prepares for massive influx of Haitians
A refugee camp at Guantanamo Naval Station in Cuba to hold as many as 20,000 people could be readied quickly for any massive influx of Haitians who flee escalating political unrest in that island nation, congressional and State Department officials said. AP Internal Use Only

No Cheap Tuition for Invaders
Rocky Mountain News -- Denver
Measure excluding illegals from in-state rates forges ahead
The Colorado House gave final passage Friday to a bill that would bar illegal immigrants [criminals] from attending state colleges at in-state tuition rates. -- Just two lawmakers crossed the 37-26 party-line vote after an emotional debate watched by a group of international students. -- The measure passed Friday was sponsored by by Rep. Ted Harvey... AP Internal Use Only

FairUS.org
Dan Stein -- Immigration Daily
RICO Laws Becoming The Last Resort Of American Workers
A lawsuit that was filed in Rome, Georgia, against Mohawk Industries Inc., is an indictment of the federal government's refusal to enforce laws against the employment of illegal aliens as much as it is of the company itself, says FAIR. With federal enforcement of employer sanctions laws ­ meant to protect American workers... AP Internal Use Only

Supreme Court Watch
Christian Science Monitor
Can border agents search a gas tank?
This has not been an encouraging year at the US Supreme Court for those advocating the privacy rights of passengers and drivers in motor vehicles. -- The justices ruled 9 to 0 in December that police are justified in arresting everyone in a car when narcotics are discovered and no one admits to ownership of the drugs... AP Internal Use Only

Jobs
Washington Post
Hispanic Immigrants' Job Prospects Improve
...Carliner acknowledged there has been "some question" about the immigration status of those workers. He said the home-builder group favors more liberal immigration regulations but has not yet taken a position on President Bush's proposal to allow some illegal immigrants to remain legally as guest-workers. "If they have developed good skills, we don't want them to leave," he said. AP Internal Use Only

U.S. Border Patrol
Yuma Sun
Agents fired on during capture of invaders in Yuma area
One or more shooters remained on the loose in Mexico Monday after firing on Border Patrol agents who had intercepted a load of illegal aliens being ferried across the Colorado River on an inflatable raft. -- Multiple gunshots rang out and bullets whizzed over agents' heads as they were subduing the smuggler of the aliens at the river's edge near County 7th Street at 6:45 a.m., the patrol said. AP Internal Use Only

News from the State of  Arizona
Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald Review
Invasion: Cochise Co. Sheriff explains where to call
Palominas. Az. - Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever said during a community meeting Monday that there are several phone numbers residents may call if they need help. -- He encouraged residents to be aware of their surroundings and follow their instincts. This is especially true because of the flood of illegal immigrants crossing into Arizona from Mexico. AP Internal Use Only

Cochise County, Arizona
Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald Review
Sheriff seeks volunteers to help monitor bus stops in Palominas
..."No one could have anticipated this was going to be our reality today," [Sheriff Larry] Dever said as he talked about the increasing numbers of illegal immigrants from Mexico who cross the international border into Cochise County. -- Concerns over the safety of schoolchildren have heightened over the last few weeks after a woman and her teen-age daughter said they were accosted by three illegal immigrants... AP Internal Use Only

Hasta la vista, baby!
Associated Press
U.S.-Mexico sex slave gang smashed
Mexico City - A gang that seduced or kidnapped females and then forced them into prostitution in Mexico and New York has been crushed by arrests on both sides of the border, Mexican officials said yesterday. -- Mexican federal agents arrested six people this month in an operation linked to the January arrests of four others in Queens... AP Internal Use Only

U.S. Border Patrol
Tucson Citizen
Border agency denies claim it retaliated over complaint
An international, faith-based group is distributing blankets to illegal immigrants on the Mexican side of the border after U.S. authorities in Douglas ordered it to move from a port of entry's vicinity. -- Members of Healing Our Borders said the order came after the group filed an abuse claim against the U.S. Border Patrol on behalf of immigrants... AP Internal Use Only

News from the State of  Arizona
Border Citizens Safety Meeting - Tonight - Sierra Vista, Arizona
February 24 -- There will be a meeting tonight of the Parents and Community of the Palominas School District to discuss heightened threats from illegal aliens. The meeting will be held at the Coronado Elementary School at 5148 S. Coronado School Drive (near Moson Road & Madera) in Sierra Vista, Arizona [Map & Directions]. The meeting will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

U.S. Border Patrol
KNSD-TV -- San Diego
31 Invaders Rescued From Snow
Dozens of illegal immigrants were found shivering and soaked by a storm that continued to pound San Diego County on Monday. -- U.S. Border Patrol agents rescued 31 men and women early Sunday who were hiking through the mountains east of San Diego and poorly dressed for the snow. AP Internal Use Only

Supreme Court
Associated Press
Court to Hear Two Deportation Cases
The Supreme Court said Monday that it would decide if the government can send immigrants back to countries that have not agreed to accept them, something their advocates contend threatens their safety. -- The high court is already looking at a related subject, whether illegal foreigners with no country to accept them can be detained indefinitely. AP Internal Use Only

Son of Proposition 187
Save Our State
'Save Our State' Petitions Ready for Downloading Now
See the Save187.com website home page for other pertinent information on this "Son of 187" initiative. Read all instructions carefully.

Bruce Barton
Bruce Barton
Arizona Conservative
Election '04: The Phantom Menace?
...In November, with support for Kerry questionable (except among the media), and Bush ignoring his conservative base over the issue of illegal immigration, this election may indeed go down as a "tight race" between two political midgets with voter apathy higher than turnout. Will the Republican conservative base abandon George Bush over his spending habits, his amnesty gift to Vicente Fox... AP Internal Use Only

Samuel P.
Huntington
ForeignPolicy.com
The Hispanic Challenge
The persistent inflow of Hispanic immigrants threatens to divide the United States into two peoples, two cultures, and two languages. Unlike past immigrant groups, Mexicans and other Latinos have not assimilated into mainstream U.S. culture, forming instead their own political and linguistic enclaves-from Los Angeles to Miami-and rejecting the Anglo-Protestant values... AP Internal Use Only

Rico Oller|
Rico Oller
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration)  
Race for a Seat in House Heating Up
...State Sen. Rico Oller has the most support from conservative legislators in Sacramento. -- "On the first day Rico is elected to Congress, he will introduce a bill that will prohibit any state in the union from granting a driver's license to an illegal alien," Davey said. AP Internal Use Only

Cheney
Pioneer Press -- Minneapolis-St. Paul
Cheney visits for day of cash, kudos
Lynne Cheney picked up a colorful piñata on St. Paul's West Side and Vice President Dick Cheney shook loose $250,000 in campaign funds during a visit Monday to the Twin Cities. --- "Viva Bush! Viva Cheney!'' said Roma Stocks, a composer and music publisher who is originally from Mexico and now lives in Minnetrista, after Cheney's remarks. AP Internal Use Only

Stinkhole de Mayo
Alex Jones Show -- Infowars.com
City of Austin: Cinco de Mayo Si! - Texas Independence Day No!
The University of Texas canceled Texas Independence Day over 10 years ago and banned any university dept. from supporting it. -- Now the City of Austin is saying they can't allow the parade because they can't supply police for it. But every year, for Cinco de Mayo, Austin's downtown is shut down as thousands of screaming people violently wave Mexican flags. [Visit Infowars.com] AP Internal Use Only

No Habla Baloney
Virginian-Pilot -- Hampton Roads
Language aid for immigrants pondered
Richmond, Va. - State lawmakers, who have voted to make Virginia one of the most restrictive states for illegal immigrants, are considering a plan to give legal immigrants more help with language translation. --- "To cast the undocumented as the evils is really a matter of bad timing and bad bureaucracy," said Marilyn Breslow, executive director of the Catholic Diocese.... AP Internal Use Only

Busted
Arizona Daily Star Border Edition
U.S. seizes $2M in drugs at border
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized $2 million worth of heroin and methamphetamine Friday at the Nogales port of entry. -- Officers noticed a black box in the fender of 1997 Buick LeSabre during an inspection as it waited in line at the port. They found 85 packages of methamphetamine and 46 packages of heroin hidden in the car. AP Internal Use Only

Importing Disease
Gwinnett Daily
15 diagnosed with tuberculosis
Lilburn, Ga. - At least 15 more people tested positive for tuberculosis following the diagnosis last week of a Lilburn Middle School student, health department officials said Monday. -- Results from skin tests given last week show six students at Lilburn Middle and one student from Rockbridge Elementary - a relative of the original student - have a form of TB. [Related item] AP Internal Use Only

Conquest of
Aztlan
The Video
Monterey (Calif.) Herald
Defining "Chicano culture"
A is for Aztlan, B is for Barrio, and C is for La Causa in a new book by two Salinas residents who aim to teach young people about Chicano culture. -- "The ABC's of Chicano Style," is a children's book that references Chicano culture for each letter of the alphabet. Each entry gives definitions, including the description of Aztlan as the mythical land of the southwest region of the United States... AP Internal Use Only

Juan
Mann
VDare.com
An American Mother Blows The Whistle On A Criminal Alien-And The EOIR
The Treason Lobby and its handmaidens in the media are quick to provide all the details when the federal immigration bureaucracy of the Justice Department's Executive Office for Immigration Review actually deports ­ perish the thought ­ an illegal alien or criminal alien resident. AP Internal Use Only


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