Donaldson: "People are not going to like that, but
I'm telling you the truth."
ABC news. (He is wrong about Hispanics being the majority in
Chris Matthews: Why do so many states issue phony ID cards
to people who are here illegally to make it seem like they're
here legally. What's the point of that, Sam?
Sam Donaldson: Well, let's talk practical politics. In
about twenty years, according to the estimates, the majority
in this country will be Hispanic, and politicians know that.
George W. Bush played successfully for the Hispanic vote. He
got from 34 to 44 percent of the vote. Republican Party, and
Democrats too, like to hold on. Republican Party would like to
have 54 percent of the vote. It's not going to happen if they're
going to crack down on illegal immigration on our southern border,
and the reason is practical politics. People are not going to
like that, but I'm telling you the truth. (Transcript
of most of show segment)
"Using undercover tests, Ervin investigated
airport security checkpoints and found severe lapses." --
Bernard Kerik withdrew his nomination for Secretary of Homeland
Security for various reasons, including his hiring of an illegal
alien as a housekeeper and nanny. It wouldn't have looked good
for the official in charge of enforcing our immigration laws
to have broken our immigration laws.
idiotic pro-invader claptrap from the Palm Beach Post
Jupiter has a problem with migrant workers,
most of them illegal, who live in the town, crowd older neighborhoods
and gather daily at a pickup point on Center Street to take odd
jobs in the community or low-wage landscaping and construction
work. Administrators working for four years have proposed a series
of solutions, including a labor center...
board member wants lessons on immigration drawbacks
Lawrence, Kan. - A state Board of Education
member says students studying immigration should learn about
the effect illegal immigrants have on crime rates, education
costs and language barriers. -- Connie Morris, no stranger to
criticism for her opposition to state-funded education for the
children of illegal immigrants, says proposed curriculum on immigration...
Project Wants You! Volunteers sought.....
Are you interested in spending up to 30
days along the Arizona border as part of a blocking force
against entry into the U.S. by illegal aliens early next spring?
-- I invite you to join me in Tombstone, Arizona from April
1 - 30, 2005 to protect our country from a 40-year-long
invasion across our southern border with Mexico... [See
Herron's Top Ten List for 2005
1. In: Political Honesty - Out: Political
2. In: Congressman Tancredo's Compassion for Americans and legal
immigrants - Out: President Bush and his compassion for illegal
Mexicans up in arms over Arizona's Prop 200
Mexico's PRD party is urging the Mexican
ambassador to the U.S., Carlos de Icaza González, to pitch
a tantrum in Washington over the passage of Arizona's Prop. 200.
The PRD claims that the law is 'racist', 'discriminatiory', and
is a threat to the 'human rights' of their invading and lawless
hordes. Rougly translated from Spanish by Google.
Dr. John Dowback is an orthopedist at
San Joaquin General Hospital. He can look without flinching at
terrible wounds. He can cut, stitch and graft to repair human
bodies, all kinds of bodies. -- But Dowback can't speak
the dozens of foreign languages that are native to many of his
patients. -- Sometimes that means heartache...
Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A New Year Story
I thought long and hard about this New
Year. I thought carefully about the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
I thought about my beginnings, my experiences, and my life as
it is now. -- I write about immigration because of its impacts
on my life, its impacts on my children's future in America, and
immigration impacts on all of America today.
The majority of homicides in Monterey
County 2004 were tied to gang violence. Whether it was an affiliated
gang member, a possible retaliation or a gang-type crime, 23
of the 37 homicides were gang-related. -- In the first three
weeks of the year, there were five homicides in Salinas, all
gang-related and all involving young Latino men...
News & Record
a destination for fake ID seekers
To all appearances, Cecil P. Saffle ran
a legitimate business as a translator and intermediary for Montgomery
County's growing Latino population. -- But authorities allege
that in a back room of the Main Street Shopping Center, where
his offices were, the 60-year-old Saffle carried out the real,
money-making end of his operation...
-- Front Page Magazine
The new intelligence reform bill signed
into law by President
Bush on December 17 may ultimately end up being remembered
more for the provisions it didn't contain rather than those it
did. -- After much heated debate, House and Senate negotiators
ultimately threw out proposed provisions to the bill that would
have tightened immigration laws.
patrol setting records for arrests
After a 2004 fiscal year that was one
of the busiest in recent years, arrests made by U.S. Border Patrol
agents in the Yuma sector show no signs of flagging. -- Agent
Joe Brigman, Yuma sector spokesman, said just over 23,000 illegal
immigrants were arrested by U.S. Border Patrol agents from October
to December, the first quarter of the 2005 fiscal year.
King Was Right - 20 Million Illegals!
VDare.com's D.A. King recently argued that there
could be as many as 20 million illegal aliens in the U.S., rather
than the 8-12 million estimated by the federal government. --
Now Bear Stearns financial analyst Robert Justich estimates in
a forthcoming paper, "The Underground Labor Force Is Rising
to The Surface," that, based on remittance...
American gang may have presence in EP
The Mara Salvatrucha -- a large, ruthless
Central American street gang linked to a recent bus massacre
in Honduras whose members have been popping up along the Texas-Mexico
border -- may be making its way to El Paso, police said. -- "The
fact we found one here (in El Paso), there is always a concern
more may pop up," said Sgt. Reggie Moton...