An Open Conspiracy
Mexicans Meet in Mexico to Advance la Reconquista
|Does the President
of the United States Care? No.
||Dallas Morning News -- April 21
leaders to discuss 'Great American Boycott' in Mexico City
government will hold an unusual meeting Monday in Mexico City
of U.S. Latino leaders, who expect officials there to urge them
to reconsider the call for a May 1 boycott of U.S. businesses.
Latino leaders, including several from
Dallas, said the meeting would be a "give and take"
on immigrant issues and recent protests. They said the Mexican
government was concerned that the proposed boycott would undermine
their common efforts to win support for the immigrant cause.
Ledger Editorial -- Jackson
law: Time to reel in the big 'uns
The arrests of what federal authorities
claim were the employers of illegal immigrants at a pallet- making
company in nine states including Mississippi will be watched
far beyond that industry. -- Rather than looking the other way
as employers hire [illegal
-- Front Page Magazine
U.N.'s "Open Border" Immigration Policy
While pro-immigrant rallies get most
of the attention from the mainstream press, many law-abiding
American citizens are fed up with the reality of tens of thousands
of foreign nationals every few weeks continuing to enter this
country illegally through our porous borders, added to the more
than 11 million illegal aliens who are already here.
-- Rocky Mountain News
are reliably pro-illegals
When you read the local news sections
of the Rocky Mountain News or The Denver Post these days, it's
sometimes like reading an infomercial for illegal immigration.
-- I analyzed the staff-written news stories about illegal immigration
which appeared in the Denver dailies from April 8 through April
15. I counted the number of paragraphs presenting the "pro"
side for illegal aliens...
feds allow invasion stations to spread like cancer
Little Rock, Ark. -- As [illegal
alien... criminal] communities spring up in the U.S. far
from the traditional entry points of Miami and New York, foreign
nations are trying to keep pace with their countrymen through
mobile consulates. -- The trend was apparent Saturday in Little
Rock, where Venezuela had its first mobile consulate in Arkansas.
Ruelas -- Arizona Republic
have no need to fear future ICE raids
Attention, all cooks, busboys, maids,
landscapers and construction workers: Don't worry. -- You might
be concerned because the federal government announced Thursday
it would increase its crackdowns on employers of undocumented
immigrants. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau
says it is ready to put renewed focus...
-- Mexico City
Block most perilous invasion points
A major immigration study recommended
Friday that Mexico bar its citizens from the most dangerous illegal
border crossings, and suggested the United States provide more
temporary work visas and enforce visa requirements in the workplace.
[The notion that Mexico would ever help stop the invasion is
Peterson, Ph.D. -- American Chronicle
Alien Anarchy . . . Connecting the Dots!
There is no society that can indefinitely
allow a relentless flood of illegal aliens to contravene its
laws, violate its sovereign borders, overwhelm its infrastructures
and social systems, degrade employment opportunities for its
own people, while the massiveness of the illegal invasion constantly
degrades America's way of life...
jailed in rollover that killed 4 apparent illegal aliens
Authorities arrested three people Friday,
including a Mexican citizen they suspect was the driver of a
stolen truck loaded with suspected illegal border crossers that
rolled over late Wednesday near Sonoita. -- Four people were
killed, and 17 others were injured in the rollover.
disaster -- Blame the White House, the media, and us
When I think about the immigration protests
of the past weeks and anticipate the big one on May 1st, I'm
reminded of the advice we get from our family dentists: "Don't
wait too long to take care of this. If you do, it will only get
more painful and more expensive." -- That's where the U.S.
is with illegal immigration today.
tally called misleading
In late February, Border Patrol agents
apprehended and deported Roberto Robledo Sandoval after finding
him with others inside a drop house in Mesa. Robledo Sandoval
called the experience - armed men kept them in the house waiting
for family members in Mexico to wire more money - the worst nightmare
of his life....
incident "stirs up tension" among nuisances
..."That deputy was acting in accordance
with federal law. I applaud that deputy," said Evelyn Miller,
a member of the Minutemen Project, an anti-illegal-immigration
group. -- "This will have a chilling affect," said
David of Los Amigos community group [and a vehement Mexican
Tribune -- Mesa
groups to rally near Mexican Consulate
Spurred by the massive demonstrations
that drew tens of thousands of immigrants into the streets of
Phoenix last week, an outspoken political activist from Mesa
will lead an anti-immigration rally today outside the Mexican
Consulate. -- JT Ready, who ran unsuccessfully for a seat on
the Mesa City Council last month...
Cable TV pundit Tucker Carlson did a
nice smackdown Thursday of uber-charlatan Cardinal Roger Mahony
of Los Angeles, who has amassed a portfolio of less than admirable
moral choices. -- Not only has Mahony been one ot the biggest
advocates for ignoring American immigration law, but his actions
regarding the pedophile priests...
Add 12,000 to Border Patrol
U.S. Senate candidate Jim Pederson called
for 12,000 new Border Patrol agents, creation of a tough and
fair guest-worker program, and imposition of greater sanctions
on businesses that hire illegal entrants at a press conference
Friday in Tucson. -- Pederson's plan for dealing with illegal
immigration also called...
the GOP lost its way
The immigration reform debate has highlighted
a long-standing fissure in the GOP between the elitist Rockefeller
business wing and the party's conservative populist base. Whether
the two groups can continue to coexist and preserve the Republican
majority is increasingly doubtful as conservatives begin to consider...
Video clip of Michelle Malkin knocking the sox
off rabid Mexican Reconquista UCLA Professor Raul Hinojosa on
a recent O'Reilly show segment.
of more raids met with skepticism
The federal officials threatening a crackdown
on businesses that employ illegal immigrants are akin to parents
who say "we really mean it this time," critics of immigration
enforcement policies said Friday. -- "One bust is not a
trend, and there has been a terrible track record up until now,"
said Susan Wysoki, a spokeswoman for FAIR...
this outrageous or what?
Mexican pop diva [and infamous
jailbird] Gloria Trevi, Puerto Rican reggaeton star Don Omar
and other Latino artists have recorded a bilingual version of
"The Star- Spangled Banner" in a show of support for
[illegal aliens... criminals]
in the United States. -- The Latino- oriented record label Urban