Monday, December 11, 2006
bill's fate next year uncertain
A national immigration expert, speaking
at a conference in San Antonio on Friday, said the long- simmering
congressional effort to overhaul the current system will be revived
next spring and legislation will have to pass by early fall or
risk being derailed by the 2008 presidential campaign.
-- National Review
in one country
...Let me mention once, then leave aside,
the sneaky little sleights of hand that we have now come to expect
in anything written by those opposed to enforcement of immigration
laws. The purpose of the wall in that first quote is not, as
Lindsey claims, to keep out immigrants, but to keep out illegal
-- Philadelphia Evening Bulletin
Canary in the immigration coalmine
Look at what happened to Miami,"
stated Colorado Congressman and immigration reform leader Tom
Tancredo. "It has become a Third World country. You just
pick it up and take it and move it someplace. You would never
know you're in the United States of America. You would certainly
say you're in a Third World County," Tancredo told a crowd...
Sarukhan on beachheads
Arturo Sarukhan, former Mexican consul
in New York City, is a man to watch in the new Felipe Calderon
administration, epecially as it concerns U.S. Mexican relations.
-- Sarukhan was foreign policy coordinator for Calderon's campaign
and transition team, and was expected to be named Foreign Minister.
If the Illinois Alliance for Legal Immigration
has its way, everyone in Carpentersville will participate in
a boycott of local businesses that started at midnight. -- Group
leaders hope the boycott continues indefinitely, or at least
until Carpentersville officials kill a proposal that could give
police the power to detain suspected illegal [aliens...
Andrade González -- Mexidata.info
are criminals in Mexico
The new administration in Mexico is undertaking
a number of actions during its first 100 days in office in order
to send the message that it is keeping promises made during the
presidential campaign. Vows to create jobs, and to reorient the
economy to get finances into shape and promote both national
and foreign investment.
sentiment spreads among employers, others
Adele Northrup doesn't let her Mexican-
born cleaning lady speak Spanish on the job. The same goes for
her landscaper, who is from Guatemala. -- And Northrup's Christmas
present to both of them this year is the same: a Spanish- English
dictionary. -- "I really resent feeling like a stranger
in my own land," says Northrup...
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
rallies held coast to coast
This Sunday's Human Rights Day has been
renamed "Human Rights and Impeachment Day," as groups
hold rallies across the United States calling for President Bush
and Vice President Cheney to be impeached. This Sunday marks
the 58th anniversary of the United Nations' Universal Declaration
of Human Rights.
alien criminal activity will shock you
A recent interim report from the House
Committee on Homeland Security, A Line in the Sand: Confronting
the Threat at the Southwest Border details the criminal activity
and violence taking place along the Southwest border and notes
that the region has been experiencing "an alarming rise
in the level of criminal cartel activity, including drugs...
Coalition for Immigration Reform
radio ad campaign to wake up Americans
Are you tired of the illegal alien invasion,
frustrated and angry that you can't do anything about it? Well,
now you can do something. You can join us in waging a campaign
of radio commercials across the country to raise such a national
outcry that our politicians must immediately take steps to remedy
stirs aid effort as lawsuit seeks relief
...Last month, the Southern
Poverty Law Center filed a lawsuit against the federal government
on behalf of five Hispanic U.S. citizens who said they were harassed
during the raid. The suit seeks monetary damages and a court
order preventing future raids in the U.S. -- U.S. ICE officials
said the raid resulted from a monthlong investigation...
webcams rack up millions of hits in a month
A monthlong "stress test" of
Gov. Rick Perry's border Web camera network has ended, with state
officials Sunday touting it as a success beyond anyone's dreams.
-- The network of eight cameras dotting South Texas linked to
a state Web site - a setup that cost around $210,000. It netted
27.9 million hits and a handful of arrests.
are marching toward a Brown America
The increasingly lawless behavior of the pro-immigration
forces in America is both informative and telling. It is a clear
warning of precisely what these forces stand for as well as what
they hope America will become. For the problem is not that America
is being invaded by millions of semi-civilized aliens with no
cultural or historical ties...
population booms in New Orleans
A little more than a year after Hurricane
Katrina, New Orleans is seeing a boom in its Latino population,
with many coming to help reconstruct the city. -- Health officials
had not anticipated the surge in the city's Latino population,
The New York Times reported. -- In a demographic twist, hundreds
of Latino babies are being born in New Orleans... [Related
New York Times story]
Vadum -- Human Events
pushes twisted definition of 'hate'
...The media generally accord Dees roughly
the same level of respect as the late Mother Teresa. He has been
the subject of a made-for-television movie, along with countless
articles, and worshipful magazine profiles. Yet a rare, scathing
portrait of Dees titled "The
Church of Morris Dees" by left-wing author Ken Silverstein
appeared in... Harper's magazine.
News Editorial -- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
problems will become ours if we don't pay attention
...After all, the lion's share of the
11 million or so illegal [aliens...
criminals] in this country are from south of the border.
Hispanics now outnumber African- Americans and are the fastest-
growing segment of the population. And the prospect that better
times are ahead for Mexicans, in particular, are not looking
good as their country devolves...
Cutler -- Family Security Foundation
big banks enable invaders to send U.S. money home
Here's a riddle for you. Why did the
illegal alien cross the border? Answer: to get to the other country?
No... to follow the money. -- The great majority of illegal aliens
who violate our nation's borders do so in order to earn money
(illegally) and then send that money back to their families in
their countries of origin.