Billions for Diversion
Strategic Bullsh*t Initiative
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Jackson: We are
charged to manage, control, and protect our nation's borders....
For the entire time that we've been engaged over years in trying
to enforce the border, we have never, in my view, had a credible
plan for taking on control of the entire southwest border.
Comment: And you still
don't. A $2 billion contract will be let in September. Nowhere
does SBI spell out a goal that can be measured. This is all of
the same nonsense we have seen for years. The program will be
run by open borders people at DHS/CBP and will accomplish absolutely
nothing except lull the people into a false sense of security.
warned on border fence
Bisbee, Arizona -- In response to a plan
by the Minuteman Project to construct an Israeli- style border
barrier on private land near Naco, the Cochise County Planning
Department is advising area ranchers that any such project must
comply with county zoning rules.
-- Wheeling, West Virginia
cut loose despite pending criminal charges
St. Clairsville, Pa. -- U.S. immigration
officials have advised the St. Clairsville Police Department
that a Vietnamese immigrant living in the city on an expired
green card while wanted on California drug charges is residing
legally in this country. -- Soan V. Nguyen was released Tuesday
from the Belmont County Jail...
American 'migrants' allegedly brutalized in Mexico
Tultitlan, Mex., Mex. -- The shanty's
two walls are built with flattened 50- gallon steel drums. A
dirty orange tarp serves as the roof, sheltering a group of young
men from the scorching summer sun. The floor is dirt. The furniture
is a discarded mattress, covered by a sheet of electric- blue
bubble wrap whose bubbles all have burst...
Eisenhower stopped the Mexican invasion
George W. Bush isn't the first Republican
president to face a full- blown immigration crisis on the US-
Mexican border. -- Fifty- three years ago, when newly elected
Dwight Eisenhower moved into the White House, America's southern
frontier was as porous as a spaghetti sieve. As many as 3 million
illegal [aliens... criminals]...
faceoff over illegal immigration
In a dramatic show of force, Gov. Bill
Owens and several members of his administration showed up en
masse at a Joint Budget Committee hearing on illegal immigration
this morning. -- The JBC, chaired by a Democrat, had called eight
state department heads together to ask them on how much the state
is spending to provide services...
law in 2 languages
Brandishing guns and yelling in Spanish,
the men barged into La Bahia restaurant on South Newkirk Street
and ordered the owner, Maria Mendoza, and others to get on the
floor. Her husband, Jose, an immigrant from Honduras, fought
back against a man holding a shotgun, grabbing him in a bear
still pushing 'it's not amnesty' amnesty scheme
President George W. Bush on Wednesday
vowed to keep working for immigration reform including a guest
worker program, in the face of growing resistance from some senior
Republicans who have vowed to block any concessions to illegal
immigrants. -- As Republican lawmakers for and against comprehensive
-- Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
testifies before Senate Committee
The hot topic of illegal immigration
is once again focusing on Hazleton and its mayor. -- Republican
Lou Barletta testified before a U.S. Senate committee in Philadelphia
Wednesday morning. Barletta told senators, including Arlen Specter
and Ted Kennedy, illegal immigrants are costing Hazleton money
Corsi -- Human Events
alters super-corridor message
NASCO has altered the organization's
website homepage, apparently in direct response to the North
American Union series we have published here, including discussion
of NASCO and NAFTA Super-Highways. -- NASCO appears to be reacting
from recent publicity deriving...
Barone -- Washington Times
Is it possible the House and Senate will
agree on an immigration bill? For most of June, the answer seemed
no. -- The House Republican leadership announced it would not
appoint members of a conference committee to reconcile the border-security-only
bill the House passed in December with the comprehensive... bill
passed by the Senate...
for president? Count me in
Colorado Republican Rep. Tom Tancredo's
new book, "In Mortal Danger: The Battle For America's Borders
and Security," should be required reading for every high-school
student, public official, elected representative, judge and presidential
candidate, as well as every citizen and prospective citizen in
of the Day
Photo taken June 30, 2006 at 11:16 am.
Cows can be seen crossing the border from the Ladd Ranch in Cochise
County, Arizona to Sonora, Mexico. Simcox fence can be seen behind
death that never should have happened
Everyone who knew paramedic Ryan Ostendorf
agreed that he had a tremendously promising life ahead, as a
cardiologist and married to his long-time girlfriend, Meagan
Kennedy. But that future is not to be, because a previously deported
drunk-driving illegal alien crashed head-on into Ryan's Jeep
Cherokee and killed him.
mayor says U.S. depends on immigrants
Philadelphia -- The economy of the country's
largest city and the entire nation would collapse if [aliens...
criminals] were deported en masse, New York Mayor Michael
Bloomberg [the McCain- like bozo shown at left] told a Senate
committee hearing Wednesday. -- "Although they broke the
law by illegally crossing our borders..."
No National Guard to be found
American Border Patrol Border Hawk
M flew the border from Nogales to east of Naco, Arizona this
morning and saw no evidence of National Guard working on or near
-- The Conservative Voice
Patrol seizes over a million pounds of narcotics
US Border Patrol agents seized more than
1,154,000 pounds of narcotics in the last nine months starting
in October, according to a US Department of Homeland Security
Customs and Border Protection report submitted to the National
Association of Chiefs of Police.
Alert: Quiet debate on loud issues
Twice during a recent, prime-time Latino
awards show featuring Jennifer Lopez, Andy Garcia and other Hollywood
heavies, viewers saw commercials for a new, bilingual Web site
with a daunting agenda. -- Mexicans and Americans Thinking Together,
or MATT.org, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit interactive Web site...
signaling shift in stance on immigration
On the eve of nationwide hearings that
could determine the fate of his immigration bill, President Bush
is signaling a new willingness to negotiate with House Republicans
in an effort to revise the stalled legislation before Election
Day. -- Republicans both inside and outside the White House say
Mr. Bush, who has long insisted on comprehensive
City customs port considered Mexican soil?
A Mexican customs facility planned for
Kansas City's inland port may have to be considered the sovereign
soil of Mexico as part of an effort to lure officials in that
country into cooperating with the Missouri development project.
-- Despite adamant denials by Kansas City Area Development Council
rally cites a wave of support
At the first public meeting held by the
state chapter of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, a panel of
guest speakers rallied the audience at the Casey Community Center
in Gaithersburg around what they described as a mounting tide
of opposition to illegal immigrants [criminals].
Morning News -- Salt Lake City
defeat may mean end of tuition law
It's not clear whether voters had immigration
on their minds last week when they chose Kevin VanTassell of
Vernal as the Republican nominee for Senate District 26 over
Rep. Dave Ure of Kamas. -- But Ure's defeat means he leaves the
Legislature after 13 years in the House, and his absence could
mean the death of a 2002 law Ure sponsored...
Invaders: Time to Play the Celtic Card?
Sometimes people ask me what brought
me to the battle against immigration, why am I so vocal, so passionate,
so ("inappropriately") angry. So unladylike! The simple
answer is: Raina is dead. -- Raina, a young White American girl,
murdered by an illegal alien who came to my country "for
a better life"; a cockroach who drugged, raped and killed
her, and scurried back to Mexico...