Thursday, November 11, 2004
'Mexican' to Take
Over U.S. Law Enforcement
Son of Illegal Aliens Positioned to Aid Conquest
|Alberto R. Gonzales
with President Bush. Will he crack down on illegal aliens? Is
the Pope a Protestant?
Moves Closer to Capitulation
"We are pleased that one of the first acts since President
Bush's re-election both rectifies and marks an historic milestone
for the Latino community," said the National Council
of La Raza.
"I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends
beyond the territory enclosed by its borders and that Mexican
migrants are an important, a very important part of it."
Mexican president Zedillo, National Council of La Raza,
July 27, 1997.
Attacks Amnesty Plan
"You cannot have homeland security and chaos
at the border." - Dan Stein
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11 - Tucson
invaders found at suspected drop house
El Mirage, Arizona -- Seventy suspected
undocumented immigrants were taken into custody Wednesday night
after federal agents and local police raided a suspected drop
house in El Mirage. -- The immigrants were discovered after a
neighbor called police at about 6 p.m. to report a possible burglary
at a home near 127th Drive and Voltaire Avenue...
Describes Gang Slaying
A former Mara Salvatrucha gang member
testified yesterday in a Prince William County courtroom that
he witnessed a fatal attack on his nephew in a Manassas townhouse
in August after gang members accused the nephew of being a snitch.
-- In an interview last month, Jarvis said gang members across
Northern Virginia took a vote to execute Jose Escobar...
by any other name?
At today's (11/10) White House news briefing,
WND asked presidential press secretary Scott McClellan about
President Bush's plan to make legal some illegal aliens already
in the U.S. -- WND: Since the last illegal-aliens amnesty plan
produced so many more illegal aliens, why is the president considering
what Republican leader Tom DeLay and others oppose as another
amnesty, and Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo calls, in his
words, "the same pig with lipstick"?
Calif. Rally to Support the Border Patrol - Nov. 13
We are a group of citizens who are fed up with
the invasion of our country by illegal aliens and a government
that condones it. We will be demonstrating in support of the
Border Patrol and Temecula Mayor Mike Naggar, and calling for
the prosecution of those who employ illegal aliens...
Daily Star Hourly Update [Short-lived link]
Bush enters fray over Border Patrol checkpoints
The debate over whether permanent border
checkpoints should be installed on Southern Arizona highways
has been renewed by a recent statement issued by President Bush.
-- Though such checkpoints are used in California, New Mexico
and Texas, Border Patrol funding for its Tucson Sector requires
they be temporary and moved to various highway locations.
Argus -- Barre, Vermont
illegal aliens arrested at border
Vergennes, Vt. - Three of 10 Honduran
illegal aliens arrested when the two vans carrying them were
pulled over for speeding are being held for violating previous
detention orders, immigration officials said. -- Leslie Lawson,
public affairs officer for the U.S. Border Patrol Sector headquarters
in Swanton, said two of the men had been deported from the United
States and re-entered the country illegally...
(Indiana) News-Sentinel Editorial
Mexican President Vicente Fox is still
wishing for amnesty for some of those illegally in the United
States. Bush says no. The Republican-controlled Congress is not
likely to support amnesty either. -- Fox at one point claimed
he wanted "the whole enchilada" when it came to fixing
immigration issues between the United States and Mexico. But
this week he was quoted saying, "It's hard to say how quick,
how complete, how integral the accord will be."
- New York
aides pleased with Ashcroft resignation
For some immigrant advocates, Attorney
General John Ashcroft can't leave soon enough. -- With Ashcroft's
announcement Tuesday that he will step down from the nation's
top law enforcement job, lawyers and others who help immigrants
were gratified that the man who embodied for them the harsh new
immigration rules after Sept. 11 is leaving government.
Newsday - New York
aliens who don't belong in U.S.
We, the citizens of the once sleepy hamlet
of Farmingville, have been thrust into the forefront and indeed
into the national spotlight of a controversy that, for years
to come, could serve to define the very ethic and the very conscience
of a nation. -- We are, reluctantly, at the center - ground zero
- of an ideological war that seeks to "force" a choice
between humanitarian compassion and the rule of law.
patrols border with bounties on their heads
Curtis Heim is a Shadow Wolf, one of
18 members of an elite unit of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The Shadow Wolves are American Indians who use their tracking
skills to intercept large amounts of drugs - 145,000 pounds of
marijuana this year - before they can reach U.S. streets. --
The 16 men and two women in the Shadow Wolf unit range in age
from late 20s to mid-50s.
Could Use Political Capital on Immigration
President Bush appears ready to spend
some of his newly gained political capital on immigration reform
but could run up against fierce opposition from conservatives
in his own Republican Party, analysts said on Thursday. --
Last January, Bush proposed allowing some of the estimated
8 million to 10 million illegal immigrants in the country to
gain legal work visas for at least six years.
-- Mexico City
says U.S. would support leftist gov't
The United States would back a left-leaning
government in Mexico as long as it was elected freely and fairly
by Mexican citizens, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said,
according to a Mexican newspaper report published Wednesday.
-- "How Mexico moves in the future, this is a matter for
Mexicans to decide, not the visiting American Secretary of State..."
Consulate standoff: Strange goings on
According to a news report telecast on
the evening of November 10 on a Los Angeles TV station, Manuel
Ortiz Gonzalez, the suspect in Tuesday's standoff at the L.A.
Mexican Consulate, had been carrying an anti-Bush sign. Police
shot the suspect [who was armed
with a starter pistol] and later searched his apartment on
-- New York
pimps decry plan targeting violent foreign criminals
Under an ongoing barrage of criticism
for his proposal to "deputize" some Suffolk police
officers as immigration agents, County Executive Steve Levy met
with his Hispanic Advisory Board yesterday to try to ease tensions
and convince them of the program's merit. -- But after a 2 1/2-hour
closed- door session in Hauppauge where Levy outlined his plan
to crack down on violent criminals who are undocumented immigrants...
safe company harbored invaders
At a Cinco de Mayo company picnic in
2002, Ray Crosby, principal owner and president of Champion Safe
Co., gave a speech that essentially thanked employees for "crossing
the river." -- Two years earlier, the company was notified
by the government that about 15 of its employees were working
with incorrect or fraudulent Social Security numbers. Despite
that and other warnings, the business continued to employ undocumented
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Day: Colin Powell Surrenders To Mexico
I'm a California treehugger, but it made
my blood boil to see the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs,
Secretary of State Powell, on a surrender mission to Mexico just
before Veterans Day. His boss, el Presidente Boosh, wants American
sovereignty dismantled in short order. Bushie apparently wants
a shotgun marriage between America and our rapacious southern
zealot not happy with Bush's A.G. nominee
The 80th attorney general of the United
States might be the first Hispanic American in the spot [Alberto
Gonzales]. -- Derechos
Humanos Co-Chair Isabel Garcia. said that Gonzales differs
little from former attorney general John Ashcroft on issues such
as protecting civil rights and fighting terrorism. -- "He's
not been there for us on immigration..."
shuns Bush's outrageous invasion proposal
House leaders on immigration policy said
yesterday that there isn't enough support in Congress to pass
a guest-worker program for illegal aliens, despite President
Bush's renewed push for such a proposal. -- "As far as the
House of Representatives is concerned, I don't necessarily see
an environment that has changed dramatically enough that would
allow for a guest-worker bill to gain majority support,"
said Rep. John Hostettler...