Thursday, November 4, 2004
The Real War Heats
"Conquest of Aztlan" Enters Final Stage
"Conquest of Aztlan" -- Now on DVD
Patrol Comment: The real war is not
in Iraq, but on the Mexican border. Congress and the President
will soon take actions that will seal our fate -- for good or
ill. If they fail to stop illegal immigration and secure the
border, America will become a Third World nation and Mexico will
have achieved the "Conquest of Aztlan."
-- New York
residents should question the sanity of the PBA chief
The head of the Suffolk Police Benevolent
Association [PBA] Thursday denounced County Executive Steve Levy's
proposal to "deputize" cops and turn them into immigration
agents, while county legislators defeated a bill aimed at providing
$500,000 to fund the training. -- Levy has proposed deputization
as a way to crack down on illegal immigration and to deport dangerous
-- Fort Meyers, Florida
arrested in fraudulent driver's license scheme
Collier County -- A Cape Coral woman
is under arrest for allegedly helping thousands of illegal immigrants
obtain fraudulent driver's licenses. The year long investigation
was conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, with assistance
from the Collier County Tax Collector's Office and Region 6 Domestic
Security Task Force.
-- Las Vegas
Vegas airport may be key invader smuggling location
Three years after 9/11, U.S. borders
are still ripping at the seams. Millions of illegal immigrants
will come into America through Mexico this year, many of them
from hostile countries. News 3 Investigator Darcy Spears has
been digging deeper into this security threat, and tells us what
role McCarran Airport plays in the human smuggling scene.
approve new crackdown on illegals
Arizona voters' approval of a referendum
clamping down on illegal aliens is bolstering a grassroots effort
that may result in similar measures across the nation. -- The
Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, placed on the ballot by
activists, makes it mandatory for people registering to vote
to show proof of U.S. citizenship, the San Antonio Express-News
Register -- Santa Ana (Free Registration)
raid nets drugs, Mexican invaders
Gang-unit investigators raided two Costa
Mesa homes Wednesday evening and arrested five suspects, seized
weapons and drugs and found three people recently smuggled from
Mexico, police said. -- The three smuggled into the U.S. were
being held against their will, police said [boo- hoo - another
ploy used by these pests to portray themselves as victims]...
protest hiring illegals
...The sad truth is, our Federal Government
lacks the will to enforce our immigration laws, and because of
that, we are losing our culture, our language, and our country.
Polling for the last three years shows that Americans want immigration
laws enforced. Recently, the polling numbers have moved as high
as 80%, but there is still no response from Washington.
200 'legally challenge-proof,' backer says
Proposition 200 - the ballot initiative
aimed at discouraging illegal immigration, is "legally challenge-proof,"
said supporter Kathy McKee the day after Arizona voters approved
the measure by a 56-44 percent margin. -- There were no legal
challenges filed yesterday. -- "I'm curious how they're
gonna challenge it...."
pot bust in Sierra Vista Wal-Mart lot, 2 invaders nailed
Plainclothes Border Patrol agents seized
$648,000 worth of pot during a bust at a staging area for narcotics
smuggling in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart in Sierra Vista, according
to the agency. -- The marijuana was bundled in the back-seat
area of a white 2001 Chevrolet Silverado, authorities said. The
pot was covered with a sheet of plywood and a blanket...
Council of 'The Race' & others to try blocking Prop. 200
Hispanic rights groups are going to ask
a federal court to block Proposition 200 from ever being allowed
to take effect. -- Daniel Ortega, a board member of the National
Council of La Raza, said Wednesday the initiative adopted by
Arizona voters violates the U.S. Constitution which gives Congress
supremacy in immigration issues.
and World Report
...Congress continues to ignore our conflated
crisis of border security and illegal immigration, which is driving
down the wages of working Americans and taxes collected by local
and state governments. -- These lawmakers are hardly representative
of American society. I can't find more than a few blue-collar
workers in the House, but about a third of House members are
gives immigration moderates reason to cheer
A reader wrote last week chastising us
for running ads in Iowa pointing out John Kerry is co-sponsoring
the AgJOBS amnesty in the Senate. ProjectUSA's "attacks"
on Sen. Kerry, he argued, were "only helping Bush."
-- Similarly, Republicans wrote whenever we called attention
to George Bush's policies upbraiding us for helping Senator Kerry...
spread hopes for moves against illegals
Denver - Arizona voters defied their political
leadership Tuesday by approving Proposition 200, a measure against
illegal immigration, in a move that could fuel similar grass-roots
movements across the West. -- With 99 percent of the vote counted,
Proposition 200 had 56 percent support...
(Cable TV Show)
cops who wait for the feds to enforce the law
In the City which at one time declared
itself a "sanctuary" for illegal aliens, former LAPD
Chief Daryl Gates describes how illegal aliens shot and killed
police officers while the Department waited for Federal authorities
to enforce immigration law at the border and on the streets of
Los Angeles... [30 minute video]
still unsure what immigration measure requires
Arizona voters answered the ballot question
on Proposition 200 Tuesday, sweeping the controversial measure
into law by a double-digit spread. Now, attorneys across the
state are scrambling to answer an even more complicated question:
How should government agencies put the measure's provisions into
/ Charlotte Observer
nab MS-13 gangsters planning Halloween executions
Ten gang members, who police believe
had planned to shoot rivals over the Halloween weekend, were
arrested on minor charges before any shooting started. -- Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Detective Tim Jolly said 10 members of Mara Salvatrucha 13 were
arrested Saturday when police and federal authorities found them
partying inside a vacant mobile home in north Charlotte.
- Mexico City
Mexican gov't screams over Prop. 200's passage
The Mexican government on Wednesday criticized
Arizona voters' passage of Proposition 200, calling it a measure
"that encourages acts of discrimination based on ethnic
profiling." -- The initiative, which was backed by conservative
groups and requires Arizona residents to show identification
cards to vote and receive social services, was passed Tuesday.
-- Torrance, Calif.
spells out shades of difference on driver issue
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Wednesday
forcefully spelled out a key concession he needs from Democrats
before signing any resurrected legislation that would give illegal immigrants [criminals]
the ability to obtain drivers' licenses. -- The governor's
forceful edict comes just as leading Democrats on the issue appeared
to be edging apart on whether to acquiesce. [Illegals need to
be deported, not licensed.]
Proposition 200: Immigration Restrictions Analyzed
Arizona Gov. Janet
Napolitano said Wednesday that lawyers are analyzing a newly
approved measure that aims to keep illegal immigrants from voting
and obtaining some government services to determine how it will
affect state agencies. -- Arizona voters approved Proposition
200 on Tuesday, 56 percent to 44 percent.
-- Easton, Pennsylvania
judge compliments lawbreaking invaders, turns them loose
Easton, Pa. -- Instead of punishing 27
illegal immigrants, a Northampton County judge complimented them
and set them free. -- The immigrants were arrested Oct.
27 for using false or stolen Social Security numbers [a felony
in most cases] to get jobs with Rapp Brothers Pallet Services
in Williams Township. [D.A. John Morganelli is furious.]
victory is closer than usual
Rep. David Dreier won re-election Tuesday,
but he did so by the slimmest margin in his career. -- It
was also the smallest margin of victory for any incumbent congressman
in California this election. -- According to the final tally,
the Glendora Republican received 53.7 percent of the vote while
Democratic challenger Cynthia Matthews took 42.8 percent.
Daily Star Hourly Update [Short-lived link]
cheerleader vows to block enforcement of Prop. 200
..."We didn't lose the war, just
the battle," said attorney Danny Ortega, one of those behind
the Proposition 200 lawsuit. "The proposition will not be
enforced. It's not a surprise that Proposition 200 passed, but
it is also no surprise that a lawsuit from several Valley firms
is in the works and will be filed in the next few weeks.