report rise in arrest and deportation of invaders
Undocumented immigrants have been arrested
en masse in a new Homeland Security program. Federal agents are
fanning out across the nation apprehending undocumented immigrants
with a green light from the Bush administration. -- "Right
now we have more than 20,000 people in ICE custody nationwide,"
says ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kice.
Has Strong Advantage Among Latino Voters
Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) holds a
strong lead over President Bush among the nation's Hispanic voters,
with a majority rejecting the president's handling of the economy
and the war in Iraq, according to a survey by The Washington
Post, Univision and the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute. [No wonder...
Kerry has some of the worst reconquista chumps in the country
on his campaign committee].
Govt to Publicize 'Worker Rights' for Mexicans
With President Bush accused by Democrats
of ignoring Hispanic voters, his government on Wednesday announced
an agreement with Mexico to publicize worker rights among the
Spanish-speaking community. -- U.S. and Mexican officials signed
an agreement to spread word of the rights in Spanish and English
network of 45 consular offices, public service announcements
and a toll-free information line.
contemplates opening day laborer center
..."We have a large influx of immigrants
in this area. They're overpowering the area. They're all over
the place. This day laborer thing would actually put them all
in one place where we could watch them," said north side
resident Joe Gonzales. -- "All this program does is help
enhance them to make them more marketable," said Developer
Vincent Marquez. [Also see: Aiding
and abetting illegals is a crime]
American News 1745
Use Mexico to Enter U.S. Illegally
While the U.S. government wages war against
terrorism on foreign soil, America's
poorly guarded Mexican border continues to be used as a covert
entry portal by international gangs that smuggle Arabs into the
U.S. -- In November last year, Mexico's consul in Lebanon, Imelda
Ortiz Abdala, was arrested on charges that she helped a smuggling
ring move Arabs illegally into the U.S. from Mexico.
Republic -- Phoenix 1721
favor denying social services to invaders, poll finds
A new poll shows overwhelming support
for the Protect Arizona Now initiative [now
known as Prop. 200], which would deny social services
to illegal immigrants and require proof of citizenship to vote.
-- The same poll shows an initiative to overturn Clean Elections
public campaign financing would fail if the vote were held today.
-- The poll showed support for PAN among registered voters at
74%, with 16% opposed and 10% undecided.
Francisco wants to let illegal aliens vote
Are the taxpayers of Democrat-run San
Francisco stupid enough to let foreign lawbreakers vote? The
girlie-men pols on the Board of Supervisors hope so. -- Of course,
masses of illegal aliens have voted illegally for years, to the
delight of the likes of Al Gore, but now the kookiest city in
America wants to decriminalize and even celebrate such actions.
[Also see: S.F.
Examiner item | L.A.
News Service (Left Wing Propaganda) 1347
Watching as Bush Sabotages Immigration Reform
Two weeks ago, as President Bush declared
that "el sueño americano es para todos" (the
American Dream is for everyone) in a satellite speech to the
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the White House
was working behind the scenes to sabotage any immigration reform
bill from coming to a vote in Congress.
including Mechista Grijalva, want U.N. to monitor elections
Undaunted by Kofi Annan's rejection of
a plan for United Nations monitoring of the U.S. presidential
elections this fall, Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, D-TX, is taking
her case to Secretary of State Colin Powell. -- And-- Besides
Johnson, the congressional signers to the original U.N. letters
included Jerrold Nadler, Edolphus Towns, Joseph Crowley and Carolyn
B. Maloney, all of NY, Raul
Grijalva of Arizona...
Chao scheme to 'improve working conditions for Mexicans'
U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao
and the Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Mexico, Luis
Ernesto Derbez, today signed a Joint Declaration that reaffirms
the shared commitment of the United States and Mexico to improve
compliance with and awareness of workplace laws and regulations
protecting Mexican workers in the United States. [Chao then fawns
over Mexican job thieves, Derbez does his usual chest-thumping
streets once again: Gang activity surging
Tulsa, Okla. - A decade after police
crackdowns on drug gangs helped lead to historically low crime
rates in cities across the nation, gangs suddenly are re-emerging
in waves of violence that have jolted officials in Tulsa, the
Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., and many other communities
well beyond the groups' traditional big-city bases...
Rally to Support
More B.P. Interior Enforcement
Saturday, July 24, 2004 -- 11 AM
United States Border Patrol -- Temecula Station
43136 Rancho Way [Map
& Directions] - Temecula, Calif.
For Information, call (909) 894-7745 or (909) 302-9760
door at border
San Diego - Handcuffed and shackled with
their pockets pulled inside out, more than 150 illegal aliens
are loaded onto an airplane every night, bound for detention
centers in the United States to await deportation orders to their
home countries. -- Some never have been on an airplane. Others
have made the trip before. Many will be back.
...[In] North Carolina's fifth congressional
district, conservative Vernon
Robinson (R.) surprised everyone by coming out on top of
a six-way race. The final winner will have an easy time winning
the general election to replace Rep. Richard Burr (R.), who is
quitting his Winston-Salem-based seat to run for Senate. The
expected winner, Ed Broyhill, finished a disappointing third
Cruces (New Mexico) Sun-News 1036
booted Mexican goon goes berserk at 'quinceañera'
A weekend quinceañera was spoiled
when a Las Cruces man armed with a .380-caliber handgun shot
the celebrant in the back, then shot a man who came to the family's
aid. -- Gregorio Cardenas has been charged with two counts of
aggravated battery with the intent to commit a violent felony
and one count of felon in possession of a firearm. -- Cardenas
had previously served two years in prison for assault and was
deported to Mexico.
attacks his rivals for stance on immigration
Kansas is nowhere near the border, but
immigration control is a dominant issue in the Republican primary
for Kansas' 3rd Congressional District. -- Driving the issue
is Kris Kobach, who has billed himself as the most conservative
candidate in the race. A former counsel on immigration to U.S.
Attorney General John Ashcroft, Kobach has used immigration to
separate himself from his rivals, Kansas Rep. Patricia Lightner
and Adam Taff.
Charged in Passport-Smuggling Scheme
Chicago -- Four Chicagoans were charged
in an alleged scheme to smuggle South American children into
the United States with fraudulent passports, authorities said.
-- Carmen Hernandez, Efrain Rendon, Joanne Rendon, and Henry
Bolivar Rendon-Arizaga were charged with lying in a passport
application, according to federal charges made public Monday.
(New Hampshire) Union Leader
card accusation ends in kung-fu fight
Conway, N.H. -- A fight that included
some martial arts moves between a worker and the manager of a
Chinese restaurant Sunday night led to the arrest of the worker,
who was allegedly stealing credit card numbers. -- Binghui Yang
is being held at the Carroll County House of Correction on an
order from the Immigration and Naturalization Service...
Universal -- Mexico City
Mexican corruption hampers invader crackdown
Altar, Sonora, Mex. -- A year after a
spectacular police swoop on migrant trafficking in this
town on the U.S. border, the plaza bustles with smugglers
closing deals. -- The United States has urged Mexico to crack
down harder, warning that terrorists could tap into the flourishing
industry. But Mexico says it can do little at the northern border
because although abetting illegal crossings for a fee is a crime...
refuses to hear reconquista Castañeda's petition
Former Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary
efforts to run as an independent presidential candidate in 2006
were dealt a setback on Tuesday, as a federal judge refused to
hear a petition to recognize nonparty candidates. -- The architect
of Mexico's broad "whole enchilada" strategy for an
immigration accord with the United States, Castaneda resigned
from the government in January 2003...
Angeles Times (Free Registration)
battle continues, some are fed up with Dems
reconquista Assembly Speaker Fabian] Nuñez said he
received some hostile e-mail messages over the weekend after
Schwarzenegger's rallies. One message referred to him as a "rotten
piece of slime." Another - sent within an hour of the governor's
rally at a shopping mall in Ontario - read: "Sign the budget
or lose your seat" and referred to Nuñez as an "immigrant"
whose job is to represent California, "not Mexico."
ignore 'security moms,' at their peril
...As for the Republicans, I have supported
President Bush's war on terror overseas, but he continues to
fight only a half-hearted battle to defend Americans on American
soil from hostile invasion or attack. Recently, the White House
revived an amnesty plan for millions of illegal aliens, and the
Department of Homeland Security retreated on immigration- enforcement
sweeps in Southern California.