President of the
Bush adopts 5 billion people - Americans will pay the
Next: Caving in to Mexico
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect
Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide
for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure
the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain
and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
I the President of the United States, in Order to form a more
perfect Planet and establish the New World Order, do hereby sacrifice
the general welfare, domestic tranquility, national sovereignty
and the Constitution of the United States of America on the altar
of illegals to California $10.5 billion
An analysis of recent census data indicates
that the presence of illegal aliens in California is costing
the state's taxpayers more than $10.5 billion per year for education,
medical care and incarceration. -- [FAIR]
states that even if the tax contributions of illegal aliens are
subtracted, state government outlays still amount to nearly $9
billion a year.
zealots permitted to carry out cruel ritual
Raleigh, NC -- Muslims observing a religious
holiday will be allowed to sacrifice about 100 lambs at a Johnston
County farm this weekend, but state agriculture officials will
be keeping a close eye. -- The attorney for the farmers said
the slaughter in observance of Eid al-Adha isn't that much different
than hog killings.
"I say to-may-to, you say to-mah-to
- let's call the whole thing off," the old song goes. And
that's exactly what members of Congress may do with plans to
reform obsolete immigration and labor laws if the Bush administration
and Mexican leaders don't start singing off the same page concerning
Conservatives Can Expect From Bush's Second Term
"Expect President Bush to sound
like Woodrow Wilson," advised neoconservative political
analyst Michael Barone in the Wall Street Journal this week.
-- Mr. Barone's advice was no criticism, since he fairly gushed
with toasty sounds about the similarities between Wilson's beliefs
and Mr. Bush's "vision of an America spreading freedom and
democracy to new corners of the world."
City seafood suppliers indicted
A federal grand jury has indicted an
Ellicott City, Md. couple on charges of employing illegal aliens
and laundering money at their frozen food businesses. -- The
grand jury Friday indicted Bao Ping Wang, and his wife, Trang
Lu. Wang and Lu face charges of conspiracy to harbor illegal
aliens, employment of illegal aliens and money laundering.
the surprise early leader in the race for a billboard
The Billboard Democracy Campaign, which will
advertise the immigration voting records of members of Congress
on billboards in their home districts, is off to a great start.
-- Martin Sabo of Minnesota is the leader in the early polling,
with Senators John McCain of Arizona and Larry Craig of Idaho
in second and third places.
-- Human Events
Members Tiptoe on Immigration Issue
"Last year, I did talk privately with [White
House adviser] Karl Rove about the concerns our party has with
illegal immigration," a Republican National Committee member
who requested anonymity told me. "I later had assurances
that the President would address those concerns in his [convention]
speech in New York City. But two days before the speech..."
Although I generally support the thrust of Rep.
David Dreier's legislation to "put faces and electronic
signature strips on Social Security cards to help employers stay
on the immigration straight and narrow," there are gaping
holes and deficiencies in this bill that must be addressed before
it becomes law.
Mexican invaders nabbed
Three men believed to be illegal immigrants
were arrested by Union Pacific Railroad authorities over the
weekend. -- Luis Miguel Moreno Delatorre, Moises Aaron Hernandez
Gutierez, and Esteban Arbayo Lopez, all from Mexico, were apprehended
after reports of trespassers in a train passing through Sweetwater
and heading to Memphis, Tenn.
-- San Antonio
Malnourished Children Found Home Alone
Three malnourished children are hospitalized
Friday after police found them home alone inside a Northwest
Side apartment in deplorable conditions. -- A 2-year-old boy,
an 8-year-old girl and a 9-year-old girl were found. At least
two of the children have scabies, Christus Santa Rosa Hospital
officials said. The 8-year-old girl was said to have numerous
-- Vancouver, Wash.
gets 60 years in drive-by shooting
A Vancouver man was sentenced Thursday
to 60 years and eight months in prison for attempted murder.
-- Angel M. Barasa had little to say except to again claim
he was not involved in an Aug. 16 drive-by shooting. -- "I'm
maintaining my innocence, still, your honor..."
torture trial opens
Tucson - Three undocumented immigrants
weary from their trip into the United States found extortion,
fear and even torture at a Three Points property used by a people-smuggling
ring, a Pima County prosecutor said. -- The accusations came
during the trial of Hector Jesus Soria, who faces two counts
of kidnapping and one count of aggravated assault...
Idaho governor to review disaster request
Boise - Gov. Dirk Kempthorne's office
has notified Canyon County commissioners that it has received
their disaster declaration request and will review it. -- Tuesday,
the commissioners passed a resolution to declare the county a
disaster area because of illegal immigration. The matter rests
in Kempthorne's hands now.
Patrol arrests Mexican citizen wanted on rape charge
Yuma-based Border Patrol agents on Wednesday
arrested a Mexican citizen accused of allegedly raping a 16-year-old
mentally handicapped girl six years ago in California. -- Aureliano
Hidalgo- Castro, age unknown, is being held in the Yuma County
jail and is awaiting extradition to California on a June 1999
rape charge there...
minors believed to be trying to cross the border alone
A growing number of Central American
youths are traveling without their parents, trying to sneak across
the U.S.-Mexico border, Mexican officials say. -- Tighter security
at the border has made it riskier for migrants to return from
the United States for their children, prompting thousands of
youths to attempt the journey alone.
-- Fort Worth
accused of human trafficking
Mansfield, Texas -- Fort Worth police
arrested a truck driver late Thursday after they discovered narcotics
and a family of five illegal immigrants hidden in the cab. --
The discovery came during a routine inspection of the commercial
18-wheeler in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 20 in southwest
Fort Worth around 11 p.m.
Undeclared War on America
If a foreign country was sending more
than a million of its people to illegally enter the United States
every year surely that would be grounds for war. Mexico is doing
that. It is no stretch of imagination to say that Mexico in engaged
in an undeclared war on the United States of America. -- US Border
Patrol Agents, according to a
January 10 article in The Washington Times...
(Nebraska) Journal Star
relief for illegal immigrants?
A Lincoln-area high school graduate who's
also an illegal immigrant must pay as much as a Californian or
New Englander to attend Nebraska's flagship university located
right down the street. -- A bill before the Legislature seeks
to change that, offering the children of illegal immigrants the
same in-state tuition already extended to the rest of Nebraska's
prospective students. [Aiding
& abetting invaders is a crime]
investigation continues into 'dirty bomb' tip
Federal law enforcement officials yesterday
had not corroborated an anonymous tip received this week from
an alleged smuggler who claimed he helped four Chinese nationals
and potential terrorists enter the country near San
Diego. -- However, the FBI did add 10 names to the list of people
being sought for questioning about possible plans for a "dirty
Lai -- Daily Texan
immigration policy flawed
...Following the terrorist attacks on
the World Trade Center in 2001, the Bush administration should
be working to increase border security, not host a free- for-
all for the rest of the world. -- America should give poor immigrants
the chance to make a better living though. After all, it is the
land of opportunity. But, it must be done through the proper
Arrelano -- Orange County Weekly
Manual for Deportation
The Mexican government has never succeeded
in anything except promoting Cantinflas and starving its citizens,
so what makes people think this new year will be any different?
-- Consider its latest solution to relieve Mexico's Third World
conditions: getting Mexicans the hell out of Mexico. -- In late
December, it began printing copies of Guia
del Migrante Mexico...