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Remember 9/11/01

Monday, September 11, 2006

Remember 9/11/01

Minutemen to Rally Today in Laredo
High Noon At Border Patrol Station

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Kickoff of month-long vigil
According to news sources, the Minuteman Project and the Texas Minutemen will gather in front of the Border Patrol Station in Laredo today, September 11, at noon. The Station is located at 207 W. Del Mar Blvd. in Laredo. Joining the Minutemen will be American Border Patrol. The keynote speaker at the rally will be U.S. Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa). According to Glenn Spencer of ABP, his organization will display thousands of American flags, each with a message personally signed by a concerned citizen.

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Minuteman Project - Spring 2005
KXAN-TV -- Georgetown, Texas
Minutemen move into Laredo
A controversial border watch group has made its way into Texas and will be here for the next two months. -- Dozens of volunteers with the Minuteman Project arrived in Laredo Monday where they were met with (a handful of) unhappy residents. -- The founder of the Minuteman Project and volunteers from Texas and out- of- state...AP Internal Use Only

Whatever......
KTIV-TV -- Sioux City
Attorney allegedly insults Mexicans, whining ensues
Offended, and upset. That's reaction from some people who take issue with what they say they heard from a public official from Dakota County, Nebraska, during a recent local radio talk show segment. -- Monday, they came to the Dakota County Board of Commissioners to speak out about it...AP Internal Use Only

War On Drugs
KGBT-TV -- Harlingen
Agents seize $928K in methamphetamine
Escobares, Texas -- A million dollar drug bust of methamphetamine is seized near the Rio Grande. -- On Friday Border Patrol agents working near Escobares seized 29 pounds of methamphetamine. The drugs were worth $928,000. -- Agents say they saw five people near the riverbank of the Rio Grande.AP Internal Use Only

Arizona's Prop. 200
Associated Press
Judge won't block Arizona voter ID law
Phoenix -- A federal judge on Monday refused to block a law that requires Arizona voters to present identification before casting a ballot. -- U.S. District Judge Roslyn Silver's order came a day before Tuesday's primary, the first statewide election for which voters will be required to show identification.AP Internal Use Only

¡Caramba!
Business Journal of Phoenix
"Latino groups" fret state investigations
Some Latino groups worry recent actions by the state government -- including Gov. Janet Napolitano -- are targeting Hispanic consumers and businesses located in Mexican neighborhoods. -- The concerns come on the heels of a $3 million fine paid to the state by Western Union Financial Services Inc. Napolitano and the Arizona Department...AP Internal Use Only

Bullshit
Dallas Morning News
Open-borders rag spits out more pro-invader nonsense
With Congress' October recess fast approaching, immigration reform remains a moving target. Here's the latest way to read what's happening on this most critical of issues for the economy, the justice system and post-9/11 security: After spending August yelling "fire," House Republicans are in a bind...AP Internal Use Only

Stinking Traitors
Amanda B. Carpenter -- Human Events
Boehner refuses to rule out deal with Senate on invaders
House Majority Leader John Boehner last week would not rule out passing a comprehensive immigration bill before Congress recesses for the mid-term elections. -- When a reporter asked him if it was realistic to assume Congress would not pass such a bill in the limited time left on the legislative calendar, he replied, "That is not fair."AP Internal Use Only

No Hablas Should Vamonos!
Charleston Post and Courier
Town's Spanish-speaking employees to get bonus
Hilton Head Is., SC -- Employees for Hilton Head Island who know Spanish soon will make an additional $1,200 a year. -- The program is meant to help workers from emergency crews to building permit officers better communicate with the region's growing Hispanic population.AP Internal Use Only

Screw Mexico
Houston Chronicle Editorial
Meddling Mexicans aim to re-establish invasion station
Four years ago, Mexico closed its New Orleans consulate - essentially, for lack of interest. The Mexican government was pinching pennies, and closing the mission signaled a new focus on U.S. cities with significant numbers of Mexican nationals. -- New Orleans now counts as one of those cities...AP Internal Use Only

American Patrol
Boycott Miller
American Patrol supports the boycott of Miller Brewing Company. Watch this segment of our video "Treachery and Treason in America" -- It features this check written by Miller Brewing Company to the Southwest Voter Research Project. -- Click here to watch this video of Miller praising Reconquistas.AP Internal Use Only

"Lation" Leaders
USC Daily Trojan -- Los Angeles
Reconquistas, ethnic hustlers debate "Latino issues"
Hispanic community leaders congregated at the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel for the National Latino Congreso last week to discuss the future of their community in a series of workshops that spanned four days. -- It was the first such convention in 29 years.AP Internal Use Only

No Licenses for Illegal Alien Criminals
Steve Sailer -- VDare.com
Five years after 9/11: Why did Bush blunder?
On Sunday, five years less a day after Saudi and Egyptian terrorists killed 3,000 Americans, the New York Times reported in More Muslims Arrive in U.S., After 9/11 Dip: "In 2005, more people from Muslim countries became legal permanent United States residents-nearly 96,000-than in any year in the previous two decades."AP Internal Use Only

El Slammer
Houston Chronicle
Man gets 23 years for smuggling deaths of 19
A man convicted of participating in a smuggling attempt that led to the deaths of 19 illegal immigrants was sentenced this morning to more than 23 years in a federal prison. -- The attorney for Victor Sanchez Rodriguez said the sentence was unfair, noting that it is longer than the sentence handed earlier this year to the admitted leader...AP Internal Use Only

BO Agent Compean
Agent Compean
Dallas Morning News
Taking sides in border agents' conviction
Since their conviction last March in the wounding of a drug dealer near El Paso, former Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean have become a focus in the national debate over border security. -- Conservative radio hosts call them scapegoats of the government's enforcement failures.AP Internal Use Only

Remember 9/11/01
The Stein Report
Five years after 9/11/01
On the fifth anniversary of the tragic assassination of nearly 3,000 Americans and foreign residents in al-Qaeda-sponsored terrorist attacks on America's homeland, the nation is at a crossroads. One avenue leads towards a continued process of greater control over illegal entry into the country...AP Internal Use Only

Deport Mexi-Pests
Bridget Johnson -- World Politics Watch
At today's protests, the streets are getting ugly
Once upon a time long ago, when civil rights was the goal and a brave black woman refused to give up her seat to a white man on a bus, Martin Luther King Jr. led the people with moral clarity and belief in nonviolent resistance, dreaming of a day when freedom would ring and blacks and whites would join hands...AP Internal Use Only

Dump RINO Kolbe - Graf For Congress
Randy Graf
New York Times
In cost and vitriol, Arizona race draws notice
Tucson -- Unfair tactics. Lying. Spying. And that is just what the Republican candidates are accusing one another of in a Congressional primary here that veteran political watchers are calling wild even by Arizona's sometimes unconventional standards. -- There are primaries in nine states and the District of Columbia on Tuesday...AP Internal Use Only

Worst President Ever!
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Tucson Citizen
Border security: Line blurs on terrorism
The terrorist attacks of 9/11 cast a new and threatening shadow on the porous Arizona- Mexico border: If millions of illegal immigrants cross so easily, what's to stop terrorists? -- While no evidence exists that terrorists have entered the United States through Mexico, the concern, fueled largely by anti- immigration forces, has brought more money...AP Internal Use Only

Waaaaaaaah!!!!
Waah! Waah!
Milford (Mass.) Daily News
Local "immigrants" say 9/11 limits their speech
Five years after Sept. 11, 2001, immigrants are caught dead center in the debate over tightened national security and tougher immigration laws. -- "(Immigrants) want to be able to call America home," said Ali Noorani, whose parents came to the United States from Pakistan in 1971. AP Internal Use Only

Imported Thug
Charlotte Observer
Gang presence felt in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Even in this college town, police are bracing themselves for gangs. -- The Chapel Hill Police Department, with help from the state, is establishing a gang unit of sorts. -- More and more, patrol officers have encountered people who claim membership in a gang.AP Internal Use Only

Taco Rag
New York Times
Pro-invader movement struggles to regain momentum
For a moment, it sounded like one of the spirited crowds from this past spring. There, at the foot of the Capitol, flag-waving [illegal aliens... criminals] chanted and cheered and warned lawmakers in Congress to take notice. -- "Legalization now!" they shouted. "Who are we? America!"AP Internal Use Only


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