Wednesday, August 9, 2006
Treason, Bush Style
President Still Refuses to Stop Invasion
-- Metropolitan News
a Third-World country
To visitors the signs that mark a third-world
county are obvious. Crumbling infrastructure, people sleeping
in doorways, a wide gap between rich and poor, little or no middle
class, limited government services unless you pay "extra,"
and all political and economic power concentrated in the hands
of a small elite minority whose sole mission...
Corsi -- Human Events
wins NAFTA superhighway battle
Red China is investing heavily in developing
deep-water ports in Mexico to bring an unprecedented volume of
containers into the U.S. along the emerging NAFTA Super Highway.
This move signals China's emergence as the unexpected economic
winner in the North American Union free market.
thanks for Iraq duty: Funds for tuition waivers MIA
...Lashing out at the "wrong priorities"
of lawmakers, Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey said, "The Legislature
has made the appalling decision to vote on things like tuition
breaks for illegal immigrants [criminals],
but they couldn't take the time to take a vote to help our Massachusetts
war heroes . . . I find it deeply disturbing."
new Alamo -- we must not lose again
Almost two centuries ago, a small band
of national patriots joined Texans to launch a battle for freedom
and sent a unifying rallying cry through out our nation "Remember
The Alamo!" -- Our nation is being threatened by a new Alamo,
and the army is between 12 million and 20 million strong. The
army is one that is creeping, walking, swimming...
agrees to work with day laborer nuisances
The nation's largest federation of unions
agreed Wednesday to work with a network of immigrant
day laborers to improve wages and working conditions for
those who solicit work from street corners across America. --
The agreement between the AFL-CIO and the National Day Laborer
(West Virginia) Daily Mail
arrest man wanted in Texas machete slaying
U.S. marshals in Elkins arrested an illegal
immigrant suspected of hacking a Texas seafood shop owner to
death with a machete in March. -- Leon Lugo Andrade and his roommate,
Luis H. Martinez, were arrested at their apartment at the corner
of Second Street and Henry Avenue on Monday...
charged in fatal Arizona crash
Yuma, Ariz. -- A Mexican man has been
charged with transporting illegal aliens after Monday's deadly
crash in Arizona that killed nine illegal immigrants. -- A US
immigration official says the investigation will determine whether
more charges are warranted against Adan Pineda, who was identified
by other survivors as being the driver of the SUV...
invader, agitator to get the boot
A woman who has become one of Chicago's
most visible advocates for illegal immigrants now faces deportation
herself. -- Elvira Arellano, who was arrested in 2002 during
an immigration sweep at O'Hare International Airport, has received
a letter from the Department of Homeland Security to report to
its downtown Chicago offices Tuesday.
brings together varying viewpoints
Geneva, Ill. -- Tuesday night's town
hall meeting on immigration reform felt more like a crucible
of partisan ideologies than a melting pot of ideas. -- Emotions
flared at times among the 80 or so participants - mostly supporters
of either the Illinois Minuteman Project, the Illinois Coalition
for Immigrant and Refugee Rights...
for border agents flood in
Hundreds of e-mails and letters from
across the country supporting two convicted Border Patrol agents
are pouring into a local
Border Patrol support organization since the Daily Bulletin
reported the agents' story Sunday. -- Numerous Web sites also
are encouraging their users to sign online petitions for a presidential
pardon for the two men.
-- Small Gov Times - Alexandria,Virginia
truth about Mexican immigration
The liberal, secular Enlightenment gave
birth to the "proposition nation" beloved by
both Leftists and neoconservatives. According to the proposition
nation, to be a citizen one only has to believe in a few propositions.
For example, if one believes in a few abstract notions (e.g.
the American flag is good, etc.) then he can have citizenship.
suspects carping about Border Patrol again
Harlingen, Texas -- Immigrant
advocates called for an independent investigation of the
U.S. Border Patrol's pursuit policy Tuesday, a day after a vehicular
accident killed nine illegal migrants and injured 12 during a
high- speed chase along the Arizona border. -- The accident near
Yuma, in which a Chevy Suburban flipped...
Don Goldwater is talking illegal immigration.
-- Again. -- It has been this way almost non-stop since the Republican
announced his candidacy for governor just over a year ago. On
this day, Goldwater, of Laveen, is running down his border security
taste of Texas for the President
There you go again, Mr. President. You
just couldn't help yourself this weekend. For crying out loud,
you did everything but declare "Mission Accomplished"
on our southern border. -- You told everybody listening to your
weekly radio address that you fulfilled your pledge to deploy
6,000 National Guard members to support the Border Patrol...
gets tough on drivers who don't have licenses, insurance
North Chicago -- A law that could cost
uninsured motorists up to $500 in fines and impoundment of their
vehicles was approved this week by the City Council. -- The law
is similar to one in Waukegan and Park City. The Waukegan law
provoked an uproar last year when it was adopted.
-- Doha, Qatar
Guard troops credited with tighter border control
...The US Congress voted overwhelmingly
last week to fund the construction of 600km of triple layer border
fence. -- Civilian border watcher and critic of the Border Patrol,
feels that this bipartisan vote is vindication of his work. He
operates a surveillance outpost 80km east of Nogales near the
San Pedro river.
raid Mt. Hamilton pot gardens worth $80 million
San Jose, Calif. -- Federal and county
agents seized and destroyed thousands of marijuana plants on
Mount Hamilton that authorities said had a potential street value
of more than $80 million. -- The Monday bust of five marijuana
gardens yielded more than 20,000 plants hidden on steep and heavily
H. McCann -- Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
to let illegal aliens burden U.S.
Hilda Chacón, a member of the
Democrat and Chronicle Board of Contributors, wrote an interesting
column "Migrants are valued part of economy" (July
24). Much of what she says about the economies south of our border
is true. It is also generally true that "illegal" immigrants
work hard and come here to work. I also agree that....