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Saturday, July 16, 2005

Cat Out of the Bag
Phyllis Schlafly Calls It As She Sees It

CFR's Plan to Integrate the U.S., Mexico and Canada 
Phyllis Schlafly -- July 13AP Internal Use Only
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has just let the cat out of the bag about what's really behind our trade agreements and security partnerships with the other North American countries. A 59-page CFR document spells out a five-year plan for the "establishment by 2010 of a North American economic and security community" with a common "outer security perimeter."   

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Woe Be Me!!!
Associated Press
Rape spurs backlash, usual suspects 'stunned'
It started with the spray-painted, misspelled "Rapest" on the house of a Hispanic man accused of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old white girl. Then the house went up in flames in a suspected arson. -- Confrontations, name- calling and threats against Hispanics followed. Men roamed the streets wearing pillowcases with eye holes, and Ku Klux Klansmen in hoods and robes showed up...AP Internal Use Only

What Homeland
Dallas Morning News
FBI bulletin outlines possible terrorist plot at Texas border
Dirt roads trace pale lines across a desolate landscape of bald peaks and plunging canyons near Texas' Big Bend and bridge the international boundary at dozens of improvised crossings. For decades, these routes have been used to smuggle drugs and humans. Now there is growing concern they could become deadly conduits for terrorism...AP Internal Use Only

All American Moron
William Norman Grigg -- The New American
"Amnesty Rush"? Well, Duh.
George W. Bush's January 2004 proposal to extend amnesty to illegal immigrants, charges the activist group Judicial Watch, "prompted a surge of illegal border-crossings that the administration then sought to cover up," summarized a June 28 Washington Post story...AP Internal Use Only

Bush's Favorite Scumbags
Columbia (Missouri) Tribune
Driver in invaders' fatal crash indicted
A federal grand jury yesterday indicted the driver of a van that crashed last month along Interstate 70 in Columbia, leaving five people dead and 15 injured. -- Gelson Omar Mancilla-Santiago, of Guatemala was charged in U.S. District Court in Jefferson City with illegally re-entering the United States after deportation.AP Internal Use Only

Susan Estrich -- Myrtle Beach Sun
Film role casts doubt on McCain judgment
"McCain to Star in Boob Raunch Fest," read the headline in the Drudge Report. I don't even know what that is, but it certainly sounds like something that someone who's running in a process dominated by Christian conservatives would prefer not to be caught in.AP Internal Use Only

Associated Press
Idaho County Sues Over Immigrant Workers
Faced with the costs of coping with illegal immigrants, one county is looking to the courts for help - by filing a racketeering lawsuit against the businesses that hire these workers. -- The legal theory: that a pattern of immigration violations by employers is costing Canyon County millions for law enforcement, education and social services.AP Internal Use Only

Los Angeles Daily News
Deputies' union blasts votes against extradition measure
The Los Angeles County deputy sheriffs' union blasted lawmakers Friday who voted against a measure to punish Mexico for blocking the extradition of suspected cop-killers. -- In a series of letters mailed Friday, President Roy L. Burns expressed the "collective disappointment" of the union's 7,500 members in the Southland at lawmakers...AP Internal Use Only

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American Border Patrol
Employment Opportunity
American Border Patrol is seeking to fill its Office Manager/Administrator position. Duties include light bookkeeping, light donor data base management (FileMaker Pro), client relations, reception and correspondence. This is a very interesting job with real growth potential...AP Internal Use Only

George P. Bush
¡Viva La Raza!
Ethnic hustlers' grand soiree begins in Philly
The National Race Council [aka Nat'l Council of La Raza, or the 'Tan Klan'], the biggest Hispanic organization in the US, will start on Saturday their annual conference, having the presence of different politic leaders, business men, and activists in the country. -- High US government employees from George W. Bush's administration...AP Internal Use Only

Yuma Sun
Woman charged with transporting Mexican invaders
Authorities on Friday charged a Yuma woman with one felony count of transporting illegal aliens. -- Debra Kay Estes, who has yet to enter a plea, appeared in federal court before U.S. Magistrate Jay Irwin, who ordered Estes temporarily remain in custody.AP Internal Use Only

D. A. King
D. A. King
Mexican Consuls Increase Budget For Defending Illegals
The Mexican Congress is concerned about "mistreatment" of its "migrants" in the United States. -- Luis Ernesto Derbez, Mexico's Secretary of Foreign Relations: Complaints emanating from the Mexican Congress in protest of the maltreatment of migrants in the U.S. are "valid," however...AP Internal Use Only

Joe Guzzardi
Joe Guzzardi
Will California's Population Reach Sixty Million?
Growth is good. And more is better. -- Keep repeating those two sentences-the mantra of California living-until you forget about the traffic jam you're stuck in and the overcrowded school your kid attends. -- A recently released Census Bureau report charting growth among large cities...AP Internal Use Only

Coming Up
July 19

Redlands, California - 10 AM to Noon
Fire U. S. Rep. Jerry Lewis Rally

Republican Party
Washington Times
Immigration worries Republicans
Republican congressional members' constituents care more about immigration and border security than any other issue, according to a new congressional insiders poll. -- Seventeen of the 37 Republican House and Senate members who responded to the National Journal's survey identified immigration as the issue "most on the minds of your constituents these days."AP Internal Use Only

Demon Seeds
San Diego Democrats: Impeach Bush
The San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee passed a resolution calling for the impeachment of President Bush, Vice President Cheney and Defense Secretary Rumsfeld for "high crimes and misdemeanors." -- The committee, in a vote Tuesday, asked Congress to begin immediate impeachment proceedings...AP Internal Use Only

American Chronicle
Living on the Edge: US/Mexico Border
To most of America immigration is a distant issue. But that's not the way those in Arizona and other border states view this topic. In those states illegal migration is a very serious issue which threatens not only our culture and our safety but jeopardize the very principals of the American way of life as we know it....AP Internal Use Only

Coming Up
July 23

The American Resistance -- Atlanta, Georgia
Rally at United Americas Bank

KUTV -- Salt Lake City
Invaders using stolen SSNs targeted
Arrest warrants have been issued for five illegal [aliens... criminals] who fraudulently used the Social Security numbers assigned to Utah children to get jobs. -- Utah Assistant Attorney General Rich Hamp say the an ongoing investigation could eventually land hundreds of [illegal aliens] in jail.AP Internal Use Only

Snag 'em and bag 'em
KRGV-TV -- Weslaco
Border Patrol agents catch African illegals
McCook, Texas -- Ethiopians headed into the Valley Friday morning were intercepted by Border Patrol agents. Four of them were in custody, and agents said 11 more were caught around noon. -- It was unclear if they were all from Africa, but they were transported to McAllen's Border Patrol station...AP Internal Use Only

Sue You!
Tyler (Texas) Morning Telegraph
Previously deported Mexican invader/coyote charged
A federal grand jury handed up six Tyler indictments this week, including an illegal alien accused of transporting 16 illegal [aliens] through Wood County. -- Jose Joaquin Ibarra- Calderon was indicted Wednesday with transporting Jose Carmelo-Cruz and 15 others from Arizona to Wood County on June 17 for financial gain.AP Internal Use Only

Stop The Onslaught NOW!
Cañon City (Colorado) Daily Record Editorial
Nation must face immigration
The battle over immigration reform has been engaged, and it doesn't suffer from lack of information. The interpretation of that information, however, is another story. -- A recent report in ColoradoBiz magazine shows the dichotomy of views. -- The debate hinges on a few major battlefields...AP Internal Use Only

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