The Ultimate Betrayal?
Bush May Veto Fence Bill
"White man speak
| We're approaching
pocket veto territory here, aren't we?
||Slate -- October 8
Bush Veto the Fence Bill?
He hasn't signed it yet.
Is Bush going to sign the 700-mile border
fence bill (the Secure Fence Act), passed with great fanfare
by Congress a little over a week ago? According to an AP story
President Bush has not yet signed
the Secure Fence Act
That signing ceremony he held last Wednesday in Arizona, it turns
out, was only for a Homeland Security appropriations bill that
included "$1.2 billion for border fencing." It wasn't
the Secure Fence Act.
E-mail the White House
abandons Arizona enforcement candidate
Graf became the Republican candidate for Congress by taking
a tough stand on Mexican border security but he seems unable
to win over voters with a month to go until the November 7 election,"
opines Reuters in a slanted news story. "The former golf
pro and state representative, who was part of a civilian volunteer
meets wall of skepticism
Legislation passed by Congress mandating
the fencing of 700 miles of the U.S. border with Mexico has sparked
opposition from an array of land managers, businesspeople, law
enforcement officials, environmentalists and U.S. Border Patrol
agents as a one- size- fits- all policy response to the nettlesome
task of securing the nation's borders.
still in Mexican custody
The suspect who created a national furor
after shooting a sheriff's deputy in 2002 and fled to Mexico
is still fighting attempts to send him back to the United States.
-- Armando Garcia, whose real name is Jorge Arroyo Garcia, filed
a motion in a Mexican court to suspend the decision to extradite
him, according to Ulises Gomez...
follow workers' dollars
For prostitutes working the streets of
New Orleans, the post-flood era has sparked a boom in business,
largely owing to the influx of an estimated 40,000 to 50,000
out-of-town workers away from their families with money to blow,
police said. -- It's "like the Super Bowl" for sex
workers, said Deputy Chief James Scott...
gaining popularity with Latinos
Chino, Calif. -- When the sun finally
sets and the fast of Ramadan ends for the day, Luqman Malik joins
the faithful at the Baitul Hameed Mosque for a feast of chicken,
rice, potatoes. -- And Mexican food. -- Islam is a tapestry,
says Imam Shamshad A. Nasir, a religion that attracts men and
Walsh -- NewsMax.com
to be part of North American Union?
After all was said and done, the U.S.
Congress finally managed to pass immigration legislation in the
year 2006. -- On Sept. 14, the U.S. House of Representatives
passed The Secure Fence Act of 2006 (H.R. 6061); and the U.S.
Senate, late on Sept. 29, voted for a bill (S. 80-19), endorsing
the House version. Sen. Teddy Kennedy...
-- Freeport-Rockford, Illinois
hold secret meeting in Rockford
As we all know, elections are right around
the corner, which is why 12 Minutemen leaders from five different
states gathered at the Sleep Inn in Rockford on Saturday afternoon.
-- The group believes civic leaders aren't doing their part to
enforce immigration laws that are currently on the books.
aliens and the secret monster highway
Here's what the denizens of the political
class are doing right now: Standing at the front door, they're
saying, "Look here! See this new border security bill we
just passed. You can see we're on the job protecting the borders
night and day!" -- At the same time, sneaking through the
back door is a quiet but well- greased effort...
Immigration Anarchy - by Daniel Sheehy
"This book is not
just informative but inspiring. Readers will want to join up."
Peter Brimelow, author of Alien Nation and editor of VDare.com
-- Elmira/Corning, New York
illegal aliens arrested
Seven illegal [aliens...
criminals] from Ecuador were arrested in Steuben County on
Saturday after their van ran a stop sign in Wayland and was pulled
over by Steuben County sheriff's deputies. -- All seven were
detained and turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol for deportation,
according to the sheriff's department.
Times -- London
study paints bleak picture of ethnic diversity
A bleak picture of the corrosive effects
of ethnic diversity has been revealed in research by Harvard
University's Robert Putnam, one of the world's most influential
political scientists. -- His research shows that the more diverse
a community is, the less likely its inhabitants are to trust
anyone from their next-door neighbour to the mayor.
-- Mexico City
wants closer ties with Mexico
Mexico's controversial presidential election
has made the United States focus more closely on the country,
with U.S. officials planning to recommend policies to President-
elect Felipe Calderón that would strengthen bilateral
ties. -- The U.S. will urge the incoming government to place
a priority on building a closer partnership...
ask judge for delay
At a hearing Tuesday in El Paso two U.S.
Border Patrol agents will request that a judge postpone their
October sentencing until January. -- The men want Congress to
complete hearings regarding their case, according to court documents
and interviews with attorneys. The congressional hearings will
start sometime after the Nov. 7 elections.
-- The Examiner -- Washington, DC
U. brownshirts stomped on First Amendment
There is but one thing more disgusting
than the video of campus officials and police standing by as
student thugs viciously silenced Minutemen founder Jim Gilchrist
and the Columbia University students who assembled to hear him
speak. That is the unconscionable attempt by Columbia University
administrators and the thugs...
Fence Bill Without Money Behind It Is Useless
James Sensenbrenner, the Chairman of
the House Judiciary Committee, demonstrated real leadership in
blocking any guest worker amnesty programs. I have had the opportunity
to speak briefly with him at a couple of venues, most significantly
on September 1 of this year when I went to Iowa to testify at
a field hearing about the madness...
Halt 'Security and Prosperity Partnership'
Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., has asked
Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez in a letter to suspend plans
that would further a proposal known as the "Security and
Prosperity Partnership," until Congress has a chance to
examine its goals. -- "I know the administration has given
assurances that the SPP is not a veiled effort to create..."
urge Latinos to mobilize to win in November election
Democrats are hoping Hispanic voters
will help them win control of Congress in midterm elections next
month, and are promising help for immigrants in return. -- Turnout
is historically low for this swelling segment of the US electorate,
but the community showed its political potential with massive
demonstrations on immigration reform...