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Saturday, September 18, 2004

It was Just a Matter of TIME (Magazine, that is)
O'Reilly Cannot Ignore TIME Report

The O'Reilly Factor (Fox News Channel, September 17)
In an apparent change of heart, Fox Television News star Bill O'Reilly has once again taken on the issue of illegal immigration --- without spinning.
O'Reilly: "Homeland Security is supposed to protect every American; you, me, and everybody watching right now. Yet, Homeland Security has ignored the Mexican border, or am I wrong?"
Erick Stakelbeck (The Investigative Project): "No, you are absolutely right. The border is completely insecure. Why have a Department of Homeland Security if you're not going to secure the borders?... People from countries like Iran, Syria, Iraq - when they cross the border and are captured they're pretty much let go."

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Hasta la vista, baby!
Atlanta Business Chronicle
Indentured workers in Atlanta
An Atlanta company that has supplied granite countertops to Home Depot stores across the Southeast since 1997 built its business on the backs of potentially hundreds of indentured workers, federal prosecutors say. -- Johannes Du Preez, president of Newton Granite & Marble Inc., was arrested in late August as the alleged ringleader of a scheme that enticed South African nationals to Georgia with work visas...AP Internal Use Only

Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald Review
Friend does not see Douglas duo targeted by FBI as threat
...Glenn Spencer, head of the American Border Patrol, is another man who wants the border controlled and illegal activities stopped. --- To a degree the American Border Patrol, which is not associated with the U.S. Border Patrol, has pioneered the use of small unmanned aerial vehicles and up-to-date sensor technology along the border. The Department of Homeland Security is testing pilotless planes long after the nonprofit group proved their worth, he said.AP Internal Use Only

Mac Donald
City Journal -- New York
Time to Take Illegal Immigration Seriously
The cover says it all: two fists ripping a hole in the American flag. And with that striking image, Time magazine just may have started a revolution in the mainstream press's attitude towards illegal immigration. -- For decades, public outrage over illegal immigration met only scorn or indifference from the elite media. The New York Times recently dismissed opponents of border trespassing as the " 'what part of illegal don't you understand' crowd." AP Internal Use Only

La Vision (Propaganda Rag)-- Lawrenceville, Georgia
Foreign outlaws demand "licenses now!"
"Licenses now! Licenses now!"; "We can do it! We can do it!", chanted the crowd. -- "Estamos Unidos" (We Are United) collected hundreds of signatures in support of its demand, which later they will try to hand in to Gov. Sonny Perdue. Several initiatives in Georgia to grant driving licenses to undocumented aliens have been defeated, while Tennessee has approved "driving certificates..."AP Internal Use Only

Stop The Onslaught NOW!
Investor's Business Daily Editorial
Shut The Sanctuary
Illegal Immigration: The candidates won't touch this issue. Businesses, unions and bureaucrats look the other way or undermine the law. But voters - and even the media - may have other ideas. -- Is America's establishment finally waking up to the fact that the country has a serious, dangerous border problem? One sign of raised consciousness, currently on newsstands, is a Time magazine cover story that sounds the alarm about illegal immigration...AP Internal Use Only

This Stinks
Arizona Republic -- Phoenix
FBI agents shoot border watchdog
The violent arrest this week of a former Ranch Rescue member near Douglas has recast attention on the handful of armed civilian groups operating in southern Arizona and re-exposed the volatile atmosphere along the border over illegal immigration. -- For the past several years, the groups have been launching armed patrols as part of an unofficial effort to protect ranches and other private property from undocumented immigrants [criminals] and drug smugglers.AP Internal Use Only

Paco Elzaurdia -- La Vision -- Lawrenceville, Georgia
Editor spews unbelievable swill, lies in propaganda rag
[Re: invader license rant in Atlanta] ...The reverse side of this coin is a minuscule group (less than 15 people) who instead of fighting for rights concentrate their efforts in fighting the rights of immigrant workers [criminals]. They proclaimed sectarian slogans in placards and their T-shirts and even carried pictures of 9/11 terrorist Mohammed Atta (What has he got to do with the workers?) trying to confound public opinion. [D.A. King reported that tere were at least 52 counter- protesters. Paco appears to be a liar.]AP Internal Use Only

Looking For Invaders
Associated Press
Search on for illegal aliens
The basement office of the Fugitive Operations squad in San Diego is barely big enough for its four full-time agents. So when the team borrows nine other Department of Homeland Security agents for a night out, they gather in a nearby garage. -- "We're looking to do things really quickly," supervisory deportation officer Marc Rapp tells the crew he splits into three teams -- Alpha, Bravo and Charlie. "It should be a pretty easy evening."AP Internal Use Only

Joe Guzzardi
Joe Guzzardi
An Italian American Says Basta! To Hispanic Heritage Month
...By an odd coincidence, National Hispanic Heritage Month conflicts with Italian American Heritage Month, celebrated from October 1st to October 31st. -- Which is bad enough. But as an Italian American reared by parents and grandparents who loved the United States, I'm miffed that any month at all is dedicated to people whose allegiance to our country is questionable-at least in some cases.AP Internal Use Only

Say NO to Mexico
El Paso Times
So-called 'chamber of commerce' wants parity for Mexicans
A high-ranking Homeland Security official [the useless Asa Hutchinson] said Thursday that the Bush administration "wants to treat all international guests the same" but could not offer assurances that Mexican visitors would be treated equally with Canadians. -- The Bush administration recently decided to allow Mexican visitors entering the U.S. under the US-VISIT program to stay 30 days [another monumental Bush blunder]...AP Internal Use Only

Babka for Congress
Beau Babka
Salt Lake Tribune LTE
Open-border crackpot Cannon still ruffling feathers in Utah
...[RINO Rep. Chris] Cannon's opponent, Democrat Beau Babka, is right in calling Cannon's approach to immigration reform "reckless and foolhardy." Voters in this November election, regardless of party affiliation, need to ask themselves which candidate will best represent their views and interests in Congress. Babka is sounding pretty good to this Republican. [Note: American Patrol is endorsing Babka in this race]AP Internal Use Only

Arizona's Prop. 200
Arizona Republic
Anti-Prop. 200 Grant Woods' credibility questioned
A leading proponent of Protect Arizona Now is questioning Grant Woods' credibility to fight the ballot initiative because he hired an undocumented British nanny when he was the state's attorney general more than a decade ago. -- The state director of the effort that put Proposition 200 on the Nov. 2 ballot said this week that talking about Woods' past legal troubles with immigration authorities is important because he's the chairman of the Arizonans for Real Immigration [a bunch of open-border zealots]...AP Internal Use Only

Mexican Reconquista Parasite
Weasel Molina
Los Angeles Times (Free Registration) 
L.A. Co. closes hospitals, squanders millions on boondoggle
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a plan to build a $70-million Mexican American cultural complex across from the historic Olvera Street plaza. -- Supervisor Gloria Molina, who spearheaded the project and will help pay for it with public funds from her discretionary account, called the planned Plaza de Cultura y Artes a "lifelong dream" that will become one of the cultural jewels of Los Angeles County.AP Internal Use Only

South East Arizona Republican Club
Exclusive info on shooting of border watcher by feds
Kalen "Tiny" Riddle and Casey Nethercott had a run in with Federal Agents on either August 30th or September 8th at Nethercott's ranch. A source says that agents appeared at the ranch's gate for an unknown reason. Riddle and Nethercott approached the gate and which time the agents leveled their weapons at the pair. Riddle was carrying a firearm and placed his weapon on the ground...AP Internal Use Only

The Journal Times -- Racine, Wisconsin
Annoying Mexican Gov't doling out bogus IDs in Racine
Yara Duran [an apparent Mexican invader] wants to open a bank account to start saving money for her 1-year-old daughter, Ashley. -- With two babies in her arms, Duran spent two hours Friday at the Cristo Rey Parish waiting for her "matricula consular," a form of identification issued by Mexican consulates all over the world that identifies her as a Mexican citizen. AP Internal Use Only

Sue You!
Riverside (California) Press Enterprise (Free Registration) 
Two who imprisoned invaders convicted
Two men arrested in February while holding more than 60 undocumented immigrants [illegal aliens - criminals] against their will in a Mead Valley drop house have been convicted in U.S. District Court. -- Alvaro Zacarias- Alonzo pleaded guilty to conspiracy of harboring unlawful aliens in a negotiated settlement in July and is facing 18 to 27 months in prison, Assistant U.S. Attorney Sheri Pym said. AP Internal Use Only

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