Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Boy: T.J. Bonner
Union Chief Sells Out America
|Comment: Congress approved the fence. It will
help and the money is there. Why oppose it if it helps? The only
answer is he is aiding and abetting the Mexican invasion of the
United States. (We saw it coming a year ago - see
Meets Wall of Skepticism
Calexico, Calif. -- 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.
...."Tucson now has 2,600 agents.
San Diego has lost 1,000 agents. Guess where the traffic is going?
Back to San Diego." said T.J. Bonner, the president of the
National Border Patrol Council, the main union for Border Patrol
agents. "San Diego is the most heavily fortified border
in the entire country, and yet it's not stopping people from
Duncan Hunter: "We pulled down the smuggling of narcotics and
people by more than 90 percent, and the fence did work."
GOP reveals immigration plan
Indiana House Republicans will seek legislation
designed to crack down on illegal immigration in Indiana, although
some of their proposals announced Tuesday already are covered
under federal law. -- Speaker of the House Brian Bosma joined
local Republican candidates in South Bend for one of several
gives Dobbs a more prominent role
CNN is giving a newly prominent role
to Lou Dobbs, one of its most popular and opinionated personalities,
including a slot alongside Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper as
an anchor of midterm election coverage next month. -- Dobbs'
weeknight news show will expand to seven days a week, with the
two weekend editions...
-- Corpus Christi
truck plows through NAS security gate
Flour Bluff, Texas -- A truck packed
with 10 [illegal aliens...
criminals] pulled up to the Flour Bluff gate of Naval Air
Station - Corpus Christi Saturday morning. They said they were
lost. -- When a security officer told them to pull over, they
took off. The truck driver drove through the security gate and
left the truck near a vacant housing area.
Mexican claims U.S. needs invaders
Mexican Economy Minister Sergio Garcia
de Alba said a proposed 700-mile (1,125-kilometer) border wall
could disrupt trade between the two countries and lead to a shortage
of farm laborers in the U.S. -- ''Any worry should be bilateral,''
Garcia said during an interview in Mexico City. [More
border fence plan may fail, critics say
Republican officials are trying to turn
back concerns that a plan to build a 700-mile fence along the
U.S.- Mexico border in an attempt to gain control of one area
of illegal immigration still will fail. -- The denial came from
the Republican National Committee, which said in a statement
that the president is planning to sign the Secure Fence Act...
-- Human Events
Cornyn's symbolic gesture
What in the world is Senator John Cornyn
thinking? By referring to the border fence legislation as a "symbolic
gesture," he's certainly accomplished one thing with conservatives.
He's made us wonder if we can ever trust him again. -- First
the House, then the Senate, and finally the President all got
on board the idea of actually doing something...
in the line of fire
Viewed from a Black Hawk helicopter 1,000
feet up, there's no sign of the Mexican border in this southwest
corner of Arizona's Sonoran Desert. No line in the sand. No fence.
Not even a road. Yet it's clear we are flying over a major international
thoroughfare. Hundreds of shiny footpaths and tire tracks weave
through the desert below...
-- New York
goons defend attack on Minutemen
The protesters who disrupted a Columbia
University speech by the leader of the civilian immigration monitoring
group the Minuteman Project stood by their decision Monday, handing
out an eight-page list of statements supporting their position.
-- A spokeswoman for the Chicano Caucus, university senior Karina
-- Temecula Californian
need to fight 'wisdom'
...Every movement starts somewhere. And
although Escondido's ban on renting to illegal immigrants isn't
the first local law aimed at the problem, it probably is the
biggest city to move in that direction. -- The linchpin of the
argument against such laws seems to be that the 1974 federal
privacy act only allows local governments to use...
-- San Diego
"rescued" from cross-border tunnel
San Diego -- Rescue crews freed several
people trapped in a tunnel near the U.S.-Mexico border, NBC 7/39
reported. -- Crews from the San Diego Fire Department worked
for about 90 minutes to enlarge the exit to the tunnel and pulled
at least three people to safety at about 8:45 a.m.
(Fee) Benamon -- American Daily
Democrats and Republicans have failed us
Democrats and Republicans have failed
us. Both parties have become so monstrous and out of control
that it is no longer about the people anymore. Healthcare is
in a crisis, we are at war, the illegal immigrant population
is skyrocketing, no one is answering about the effort to create
a North American Union...
Anne Geyer -- Yahoo News
mayor leads a growing crackdown on invaders
Every once in a while, a person with
a genuine cause gives me pause: Could this person's relatively
small issue be the beginning of something bigger? -- Could little
Hazleton, Pa., for instance, set the stage for some answers to
our many illegal immigration questions? Could its young mayor,
Louis J. Barletta, be one of the unsung heroes...
Times -- Escondido, Calif.
law supporters rally at gas station
As supporters of his vote for a controversial
rental ordinance rallied at his gas station Monday, City Councilman
Sam Abed announced that he was donating $500 of the profits from
recent extra business to Escondido Charter High School. -- "I
want to thank you from the bottom of my heart," Abed told
News -- West Nyack, NY
immigrant candidate hold forum in Mahopac
Mahopac, NY -- Eliminating the opportunity
for day laborers to seek work from a street corner and for contractors
to hire them would significantly reduce the country's population
of illegal immigrants. -- That was a conclusion of a three-hour
forum yesterday on illegal immigration at the Mahopac Library...
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
keep thy place!
On the Oct. 5 edition of Fox News' "The
O'Reilly Factor," Bill O'Reilly excoriated Columbia University
for some of their students' treatment of members of the Minuteman
Project when they were invited to speak there by a campus Republican
organization last week...
hustlers attack anti-invader proposal
Allentown, Pa. -- Instead of an ordinance
calling for more active enforcement of immigration laws, a Hispanic
group proposes one that would declare the city an illegal immigration
sanctuary. -- The ordinance proposed by the Hispanic Chamber
of Commerce of the Lehigh Valley would put the city on record
in support of using the term...
First in emigration, third in remittances
According to the United Nations Population
Fund (UNFPA) which studies emigration , Mexico is the biggest
exporter of human beings, i.e., the biggest source of immigrants
in the world. -- However, on remittances, Mexico is #3, after
China and India. -- Alfonso Sandoval, of the UNFPA, says that
the agency is carrying out...