Monday, November 14, 2005
agent shoots suspect after attempted machete attack
San Diego -- In the latest example of
surging violence at the U.S.- Mexico border, a border patrol
agent opened fire on a suspect in East County after the man took
a swing at him with a machete. -- The unusual attack took place
near Campo on Sunday afternoon, according to the San Diego County
for American Immigration Reform
the Kennedy-McCain sham will destroy America
The Capitol Hill Club, literally steps
from the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., is a popular venue
for members of Congress to address special interests concerning
their legislative views. On June 20, 2005, Senator John McCain
spoke at the Club to a meeting of the American League of Lobbyists,
promoting the Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act...
invader guilty in shooting death of cop
After less than 10 hours of deliberation,
a Superior Court jury on Monday found gang member Adrian Camacho
guilty of first-degree murder in the June 2003 slaying of an
Oceanside police rookie. -- The jury's job is not done. On Nov.
28, the panel will reconvene to begin hearing testimony that
could decide whether Camacho gets the death penalty or life in
make numerous drug busts at border ports of entry
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers
seized more than 58 pounds of methamphetamines, 18 pounds of
cocaine and 100 pounds of marijuana during the weekend at ports
of entry in Nogales, Ariz. -- On Friday, officers at the Mariposa
Port of Entry seized more than 32 pounds of meth from a Nogales,
Son., Mex. man...
-- Suburban Chicago Newspapers
about the law, not racism
Several hours before the Minuteman organizational
meeting in Elgin Thursday, Dale Asis, director of the Coalition
of African, Asian, European and Latino Immigration of Illinois,
called me. He had written a letter, he said, and he wanted us
to publish it. -- The suggested headline on the letter began
"Minutemen are racists"...
Peterson, Ph.D. -- MichNews.com
Reigns -- Gov't 'Aids and Abets' Illegal Aliens! (Part 1)
As a nation, it seems we've already
left behind our proud history, becoming more and more impotent,
day by day. We seem to be sitting quietly on the
sidelines ,while our American culture and language are being
ripped from our control! Why have we allowed the
government of Mexico to execute a de facto war by encouraging
tens of millions of their poorest citizens to illegally enter
issues cause groups to clash
Denver -- A group of people are upset
that Gov. Bill Owens didn't reject out of hand another group's
proposal calling for holding areas for [illegal
aliens... criminals] awaiting deportation. -- Calling that
idea a return of the internments camps the U.S. government created
for Japanese Americans during World War II, a group of "religious
leaders, human rights activists, the business and legal communities..."
asks where Alito stands on anchor baby issue
Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO) urged
Senate Judiciary Chairman Arlen Specter to ask the President's
Supreme Court nominee about the supposed guarantee of birthright
citizenship in the Fourteenth Amendment. -- The Fourteenth Amendment's
language relevant to birthright citizenship is...
round up suspected illegals
Immigration officials rounded up a van
full of suspected [illegal
aliens... criminals] Sunday night in northwest Houston. --
The sting happened at the El Cuco restaurant. -- An ICE official
said there is an ongoing investigation for violation of immigration
laws. They said they executed several enforcement actions sometime
Kirkwood -- The New American
Aflame: Preview of America's Future?
Radical Islam has engulfed France. Paris
is burning. Australian authorities have collared a terror cell.
Months ago, bomb attacks hit London. In 2004, it was Madrid.
-- All these events have something in common, and it isn't just
a link to what the Bush administration and its talk radio echo
chamber calls "Islamofascism." The common ingredients
are unrestricted immigration...
immigration changing face of county
They've come to fry fast food, scrub
dishes, landscape yards and put roofs on homes [most illegally].
-- Some came straight from Mexico or other Latin American countries.
Others have been living in the United States for years, but have
only recently found their way to the Lawrence area. Some have
visas, but many don't [making them criminals].
invader held in shooting death of officer
Across the force, Dallas police officers
are grieving for one of their own after he was killed in a gunfight
early Sunday morning. -- Police said Officer Brian Jackson
was shot under the arm in the 2400 block of North Henderson Avenue
in East Dallas after he chased a gunman on foot who had reportedly
threatened his ex-girlfriend... [More
antics by Bush's 'willing workers']
activity increases violence
Baltimore -- When three children were
found nearly beheaded last year, police struggled to uncover
a motive for the slayings. -- One possibility, raised during
the trial of two men charged with the killings, tied the deaths
to the smuggling of illegal aliens.
may leave countries battered by weather
North America's recent hurricanes likely
will result in more immigrants from weather- ravaged countries
trying to head north of the U.S.- Mexico border, while U.S. cars
damaged by Katrina make their way to markets south of the border.
-- Since Oct. 1, CBP agents have intercepted several hundred
[illegal alien... criminal]
puts Chertoff on notice
Concerned that the nation's borders are not properly
protected against terrorists, illegal aliens and drug smugglers,
a Senate committee warned Homeland Security Secretary Michael
citizen of both Israel and the U. S.] that if he fails to
correct the situation promptly, they will...
-- New York
wanted on separate Interpol warrants caught at U.S. border
Buffalo, N.Y. -- U.S. border officials
arrested two international fugitives as they tried to enter the
country hours apart. One was wanted for murder in Bosnia- Herzegovina,
the other for human trafficking in Belgium. -- Eris Copa, an
Albanian- born Canadian, was detained at the Peace Bridge in
apartments big hazard
...In Danbury, illegal apartments are
everywhere, according to the city officials who seek them out.
They are in every neighborhood in every part of the city. They
are more common in the city's urban core, where multi-family
housing is already present and where much of the city's immigrant
employers facing suits
Hispanic employees at a Sephora store
in New York say their ability to speak Spanish was crucial when
they were selling lipstick and eye shadow to well-heeled Chilean
and Argentine tourists. But they say that if they uttered any
Spanish to each other, even in the lunch room, they were reprimanded
Why France is
burning -- A Mexican perspective
While rioting in France resembles barricade
scenes from Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables," the French
insurrectionists and characters of Jean Valjean and Marius are
replaced by mobs of Muslim-Afro youth on an anarchical rampage
to protest their miserable existence. In stark contrast with
the narrative, Inspector Javert's overzealous persecution has
been strangely absent.
is (finally) getting serious about the onslaught
...President Bush is expected to travel
to the U.S./Mexico border after Thanksgiving to highlight the
crisis that exists from Brownsville to San Diego. Capitol Hill
conservatives believe the president should pay closer attention
to lawlessness in places like Nuevo Laredo, so this trip could
be his response to them.