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Monday, November 15, 2004

Terror From Below
Time Magazine Acknowledges Nukes from Mexico Threat

American Border Patrol first warned of the threat of nuclear weapons smuggled across the U.S./Mexico border in July. Time Magazine ran the open border story in September. Get Terror From Below video (Click Here, Scroll Down, Choose VHS or DVD).
Time Magazine
Bordering On Nukes?
New accounts from al-Qaeda to attack the U.S. with weapons of mass destruction
A key al-Qaeda operative seized in Pakistan recently offered an alarming account of the group's potential plans to target the U.S. with weapons of mass destruction, senior U.S. security officials tell TIME. Sharif al-Masri, an Egyptian who was captured in late August near Pakistan's border with Iran and Afghanistan, has told his interrogators of "al-Qaeda's interest in moving nuclear materials from Europe to either the U.S. or Mexico," according to a report circulating among U.S. government officials.

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Kangaroo Court
San Mateo Daily Journal
So-called judge gives light sentence to prevent killer's deportation
The 20-year-old Mexican national who killed a man during a hit-and-run accident on the coast more than a year ago was sentenced Friday to 364 days in jail - just short of the one-year term which would ensure his deportation. -- Neri Sanchez Gomez also received credit for 364 days served, freeing him from custody following the sentence...AP Internal Use Only

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Phyllis Schlafly
Mexican invaders pose real threat to Social Security
Democrats are trying to make a campaign issue out of President Bush's alleged plan to "privatize" Social Security, scaring seniors into thinking their checks will be cut off. That is a phony issue; all the president suggests is to offer younger workers the option (not the compulsion) of transferring a very small part of their Social Security benefit into private investments.AP Internal Use Only

¡Viva México! 
¡Viva México!
MexiData.info -- Barnard R. Thompson
An immigration pact could include Mexico policing its own
Once again an immigration pact between Mexico and the U.S. could come to the negotiating table, with hoped for cooperative efforts to resolve as many of the interrelated issues and problems as possible. Yet official interest in anticipated talks is coming in tandem with a rising tsunami of ire in the U.S., where more and more citizens are expressing displeasure with undocumented migrants who enter this country illegally.AP Internal Use Only

Customs and Border Protection
Customs and Border Protection - Press Release
Agents seize over 2600 pounds of marijuana
Tucson, AZ -- This past weekend, Border Patrol Agents assigned to the Casa Grande and Sonoita Stations seized over 2,600 pounds of marijuana, in three failed drive through attempts. -- Saturday, at approximately 12:30 a.m., agents from the Casa Grand Station encountered a white Dodge pick-up truck headed north from the International Boundary, towards Cowlic, Arizona...AP Internal Use Only

Breeder Document
WBAL-TV -- Baltimore
Task Force Recommends Keeping Current Rules For Licenses
A state task force is preparing to issue a long-awaited report that recommends the state keep its current rules restricting undocumented immigrants [criminals] from getting driver's licenses, members of the panel said Monday. -- A draft of the report, approved by the task force but not yet submitted to lawmakers, could relieve the General Assembly from the sticky job of legislating how immigrants can get licenses.AP Internal Use Only

Jorge Doublayooo Boosh
Washington Times OpEd
Bush and illegals
Shortly after the September 11 attacks, President Bush put aside his illegal alien guest-worker proposal to focus his energies on counterterrorism and homeland security. He brought the proposal back in January, but Congress killed it. Last Tuesday, the president indicated he would jump-start it yet again... AP Internal Use Only

Mexican Onslaught
Chicago Tribune
Immigration foes learn ways to advance cause
Organizers who favor decreased immigration gathered over the weekend in Rosemont to mobilize a grass-roots campaign against what they called a broken immigration system. -- Complaining that politicians and the news media often ignore their perspective, immigration foes said they took a page of strategy from the other side Saturday by holding a daylong conference on local organizing.AP Internal Use Only

Los Angeles Times
Bush's open-borders / free trade scheme stalled
President Bush's goal for a free-trade zone encompassing the entire Western Hemisphere faces growing opposition in the U.S. and abroad. -- The Free Trade Area of the Americas would lower tariffs and open up borders separating 34 nations and 800 million people, creating the world's largest free-trade zone. --- "It's going nowhere fast," Susan Aaronson, director of globalization studies...AP Internal Use Only

Time For A Round-up
Arizona Republic
Fugitive invaders hunted for prompt deportation
...One by one, agents for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are hunting down the estimated 400,000 fugitive immigrants in the United States, including 3,818 in Arizona. -- Critics say the new effort is costly to taxpayers and tears families apart. They say the strategy targets undocumented immigrants [criminals] with otherwise upstanding backgrounds.AP Internal Use Only

No Moochers!
Pueblo (Colorado) Chieftan
Colorado may be next in line for invader benefit ban
Arizona voters approved a wide-ranging ballot initiative on Nov. 2 that essentially prohibits illegal immigrants from receiving most state and local government services, and sympathizers in Colorado believe they will have similar success here. -- "We're going to give the Legislature a chance to enact this on its own, and if it doesn't, we will be ready with a ballot initiative in 2006," said William Herron...AP Internal Use Only

Sue You!
KTRK-TV -- Houston
Woman pleads guilty in deadly smuggling operation
Houston (AP) -- A woman pleaded guilty Monday to her role in a human smuggling operation in which 19 illegal immigrants died after boarding a sweltering trailer. -- Norma Gonzalez Sanchez was set to go to trial on Nov. 29 with three other defendants who prosecutors say were involved in the smuggling operation, the nation's deadliest.AP Internal Use Only

The Netherlands
Dutch in Crackdown on Muslim Immigration
The country said to be the most tolerant in the world is reassessing its open-borders policy after the broad-daylight murder of filmmaker Theo Van Gogh by an Islamic terrorist two weeks ago.-- "Now the country is changing its open-door immigration policy," reports Fox News Channel's Heather Nauert, "kicking out tens of thousands of people awaiting political asylum."AP Internal Use Only

Mara Salvatrucha
MS13 Gang
Richmond (Virginia) Times-Dispatch
Gangs spark worry in valley
Harrisonburg, Va. - ...Violent street gangs were gaining a presence in the Shenandoah Valley, and members were scrawling signature graffiti on buildings and bridges. But esoteric markings of letters and symbols meant little to local police beyond vandalism. -- Then, last year, authorities discovered in Shenandoah County the body of a young woman with ties to a violent Central American gang.AP Internal Use Only

Bush the Blender
Can't get a handle on why President Bush is leaving our borders open and why he wants to legalize millions of illegal aliens and why he's allowing in more and more people from all over the Third World? Here's a just-right-porridge theory on this. Maybe you'll think this has some merit. Maybe you won't. See what you think...AP Internal Use Only

Benedict Jorge
Joseph Farah -- WorldNetDaily.com
Bush betrayal on illegals
It didn't take long for President Bush to betray those who returned him to office for another four years. -- The first big insult to his base came this week when he moved to resurrect his ugly plan to relax rules against illegal immigration ­ as if they weren't relaxed enough. -- Bush reportedly met privately in the Oval Office with Sen. John McCain to discuss re-igniting his badly misguided initiative to grant legal status to millions...AP Internal Use Only

Bunch of Bozos
Open Borders
Tamar Jacoby -- Washington Post
Open-border clowns try to spin Prop. 200's win
...[Tamar Jacoby] was deeply disappointed in the outcome: I'd been working for months to help defeat Proposition 200, both in-state and out. But having spent a good part of the fall listening to Arizonans talk about immigration, I worry that the message they sent is being misinterpreted. Far from a simple anti-immigrant backlash, their vote for the proposition seemed more like a cry for help...AP Internal Use Only

This Stinks
Craig (Colorado) Daily Press
'Immigrant' numbers, needs grow
Steamboat Springs -- More than 30 people gathered in the library of Hayden High School last week to discuss the growing number of immigrants in Routt and Moffat counties. Among them were people from Mexico and South America, and longtime members of the nonprofit social service, law enforcement and education communities from both counties...AP Internal Use Only

NAFTA On Steroids
New scheme would virtually eliminate national borders
North American national borders would be virtually eliminated under plans being considered by senior business and political leaders from Canada, the United States and Mexico for a "NAFTA-plus," continent-wide, customs-free zone with a common approach to trade, energy, immigration, law enforcement and security...AP Internal Use Only

Arizona's Prop. 200
Richard Ruelas -- Arizona Republic
Prop. 200 could keep some 'migrants' from working
Aurelino Dominguez should be on the side of those pushing for a tough interpretation of Proposition 200. He's a legal resident who works in an immigrant-dominated industry: selling tacos out of a mobile truck. But the soon-to-be-minted citizen hasn't yet adopted the ruthless capitalistic mind-set. [Legal residents can get legal IDs]AP Internal Use Only

Osama bin Lopez
L.A. Daily News
Anyone with a pulse and a few bucks can get a sham Mexican ID
Californians have long squabbled over the security risks of letting illegal immigrants get state driver's licenses or use foreign-issued documents such as Mexico's matricular consular card. And for what, exactly? -- A recent Los Angeles Police Department crackdown in MacArthur Park shows that anyone who wants an ID in this country can easily get one.AP Internal Use Only

..and stay out!
WTOP -- Washington
Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham Plans to Resign
Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham told President Bush that he plans to resign but will stay on until a successor is in place, Reuters reports. -- Reuters reports Abraham informed Bush last week of his decision and told top staff Monday. A White House announcement was expected Monday, the official said. [Abraham was so bad when he was in the senate that conservatives worked to replace him with a Democrat.]AP Internal Use Only

Dr. Evil
You Ain't Seen
Nothin' Yet!
Sacramento Bee
Guest-worker measure awaits a new Congress
Immigration reform sank in President Bush's first term, weighted down by post-Sept. 11 fears and sharp divisions among congressional Republicans. -- Now, Bush is signaling renewed attention to immigration. That's heartening advocates of reform, dismaying skeptics and raising questions of both strategy and tactics.AP Internal Use Only

Jorge's Lackey
Fox News
Source: Powell to Resign
6:48 AM PDT -- Secretary of State Colin Powell announced his resignation to his staff during their Monday morning meeting, a State Department source told FOX News. -- President Bush is expected to make the official announcement. The source suggested that Powell is likely to stay in place until a replacement is confirmed.AP Internal Use Only

New York Sun
Bush Is Facing Tough Choices on Immigration
One of the most contentious policies of President Bush's first term was a proposal to grant the estimated 8 million to 12 million undocumented immigrant workers in America a path to legal status. Rejecting a general amnesty, the president called his proposal a temporary-worker program. Last week he indicated he would act on his words...AP Internal Use Only

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