Thursday, August 18, 2005
Migration By Design
Bush Still Doesn't Get It
Crash: How Did Illegal Alien Get Driver's License?
Indianapolis -- The Indiana Bureau of
Motor Vehicles is under scrutiny as victims' family members question
how a two-time convicted drunken driver, who was in this country
illegally, was allowed behind the wheel. -- Rosalio Pedraza is
charged with killing two members of a wedding party while driving
alien faces host of charges in Hudson
Hudson, N.H. -- An illegal immigrant
was behind bars, facing a variety of charges -- but not trespassing.
-- Last week, a judge ruled illegals cannot be charged with trespassing
simply because they are in the country illegally. Instead, police
charged Winner Drumond of Brazil with speeding, disobeying an
officer, driving without a license...
DMV employees charged in license, ID card scam
A federal grand jury has indicted five
more people in a scheme in which employees of the state Department
of Motor Vehicles office in Oakland accepted bribes to provide
licenses and identification cards to illegal immigrants, court
records show. -- The grand jury returned indictments against
the Oakland residents...
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McKinney wallows with invasion aides
Democratic congresswoman Cynthia McKinney
(Georgia - District 4) hosted an informal dinner on August 10
at her office in DeKalb County in order to discuss with various
Latino community leaders about forging an alliance between Hispanics
and African- Americans.
Weekly World [Communist
AFL-CIO takes stand against 'Minutemen'
The Texas AFL-CIO held its 45th convention
at the new, all-union Hilton Americas Hotel here Aug. 11-13.
-- Among its decisions, the convention took a strong stand in
support of immigrant rights and against racism - particularly
against the "Minutemen" vigilantes who are threatening
to carry out their anti- immigrant
program in Houston this October.
of the Border Patrol
Meeting to go on in Moorpark on August 20
A short while ago, FBP was notified by
Darin Henry, president of the Simi Valley Moorpark Republican
Assembly unit, that The City of Moorpark has withdrawn that outrageous
demand for a $5,000 security deposit that was in violation of
the original contract and in a knee- jerk response to the possibility,
not actual threat...
Invader day laborer lounge in Herndon approved
The Herndon Town Council last night approved
the creation of a formal, taxpayer-funded gathering spot for
day laborers, saying the chaos in a 7-Eleven parking lot where
the workers now gather would only worsen if it did nothing. --
The council members, in a 5 to 2 vote that several called the
hardest decision in their public service...
-- Washington Times
also will feel Duncan's compassion
Montgomery County Executive Douglas M.
Duncan is urging his part of the state to roll out a welcome
mat to illegal aliens after returning from a fact-finding mission
to El Salvador. -- Mr. Duncan thinks we must express compassion
to those who enter our country illegally. He thinks we must be
tolerant and enlightened... [Contact
Held After Crash Into Seats at Md. Eatery
A man was arrested this weekend in Rockville
after driving his car into three benches provided for customers
of a Twinbrook area Dairy Queen and a parked truck, police said.
A crowd of ice-cream eaters directed a patrol car toward the
suspect, who investigators say had fled in his vehicle. [Reader
note: The article doesn't say it, but the charging documents
state that the driver is an illegal alien.]
Alien Crisis Produces Partisan Split in Arizona
Unhappy with federal efforts to maintain
border security and keep illegal aliens from crossing into Arizona,
the state's governor and a top legislator have submitted dramatically
different plans to achieve the same goal. The issue could eventually
dominate the 2006 governor's race in Arizona.
tension rises between US and Mexico
Political tension over illegal immigration and
crime along the US-Mexico border worsened this week, as Vicente
Fox, Mexico's president, complained of a lack of co-operation
from US officials after two US states declared emergencies along
their borders with Mexico.
drug cartels' wars move closer to U.S. border
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico -- The kingpins
of this hemisphere's illegal drug trade are no longer Colombians.
-- In the largest shake-up since the 1980s, Mexican cartels have
leveraged the profits from their delivery routes to wrest control
from Colombian producers, senior U.S. drug officials say. The
shift also is the result of the success... [Globalist Bush wants
an open border with the cesspit that is Mexico]
found in Ontario drop house
Thirty-eight illegal immigrants recently smuggled
into the country from Central America and Mexico were arrested
on Aug. 10 at an Ontario "drop house" and placed into
deportation proceedings, federal officials said Wednesday. --
Ontario Police responded to an afternoon call about suspicious
subjects and possible trespassing...
is a Hot Button Issue
There is marked dissatisfaction over
illegal immigration and deep concern over its implications. Some
but not all of this is driven by concern about terrorism
a number of surveys have shown support for limiting immigration
surged after 9/11. -- Three-quarters of the public give the U.S.
a "C" grade or worse in "protecting our borders
from illegal immigration..."
D. A. King
2005: Do you know where your tax dollars are?
On Saturday, Cobb County taxpayers are scheduled
to pay to host an event that will provide free, routine, non-emergency
health care to illegal aliens. Absurd you say? Sadly, it is not.
-- In a partnership with the Mexican Consulate, "Dia de
la Mujer Latina Inc." (Day of the Latin-American Woman)
- an ethnically specific non-profit corporation...
Weekly World [Communist Drivel]
remarks on invaders decried in communist rag
Houston -- House Majority Leader Tom
DeLay (D-Texas) told a group of his constituents this month that
he thinks laws allowing "illegal immigrants" [criminals
by definition] to be treated in area hospitals and laws permitting
their children to attend public schools should be repealed.
Mexico's State of Emergency? Baloney!
This week the mainstream news media breathlessly
announced a New Mexico state of emergency had been declared by
Governor Bill Richardson -- who is planning a presidential run
as another... ahem... moderate. Gov. Richardson, observing the
chaos created by unbridled illegal immigration in his state,
used the situation to criticize the President.
seen as posing organized-crime risks
Street gangs, particularly MS-13, have
become organized criminal enterprises in Central America and
threaten to establish similar operations in this country, federal
law- enforcement officials said yesterday. -- "MS-13 has
a very well-entrenched, very well-disciplined clique structure
in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras..."
Fumento -- Townhall.com
buffoon' Lopez falls from grace
Will inner-city blacks ever throw off
the yoke of self-victimization imposed by "leaders"
like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton? Perhaps, judging by the brief
fame of race-baiting HISPANIC demagogue Nativo
Lopez, who went muy pronto from media darling to pathetic
OK Prop. 200 vote rules
Arizona's top elected officials agreed
Wednesday on a plan to carry out the voting provisions of Proposition
200 and begin asking voters to show identification at the polls.
-- Attorney General Terry Goddard, who has been bickering with
Secretary of State Jan Brewer, endorsed her proposed voting changes.
recover stolen vehicles, nab invaders
Hidalgo, Texas -- A possible auto theft
ring may have been broken Wednesday when a U.S. Border Patrol
agent unknowingly tracked a stolen car to the parking lot of
a local apartment complex. -- An agent from the McAllen station
was tracking a group of undocumented immigrants in an empty field...
border frustrates states
Frustration is rising along the Southwest
border. -- Angered by unending waves of illegal immigration,
some Americans have taken matters into their own hands by forming
"Minuteman" patrols that they plan to expand from Arizona
to Texas this fall.
Mexicans fund staging areas for illegals
The Mexican staging area for illegal
aliens that New Mexico Gov. Bill
Richardson demanded this week be bulldozed is among hundreds
of similar sites along the border sponsored and maintained by
the Mexican government. -- Many of the sites are marked with
blue flags and pennants to signal that water is available.
carrying invaders, drugs crashes near San Diego
The driver of an SUV packed with illegal
immigrants and nearly 700 pounds of marijuana sped from police
with his headlights off the wrong way on Interstate 8 before
crashing head on into a California Highway Patrol car, officials
said. -- Wednesday night's pursuit was the latest in a series
of incidents involving smugglers...
-- Mexico City
remarks miff Mexicans
U.S. Ambassador Tony Garza's comment
that he briefly closed a consulate partly to punish Mexico's
government for border violence drew a sharp response Wednesday
from Mexican officials. -- Deputy Foreign Relations Secretary
Gerónimo Gutiérrez issued a news release saying
Garza's statements "have not been well received."