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reports that flood of illegal aliens in Southeastern Arizona
is "well above average."
||American Border Patrol -- March 8
Border Patrol reports that illegal aliens are flooding across
the border. "Naco Border Patrol agents are just about overwhelmed
right now," said Glenn Spencer head of ABP. A drug load
vehicle raced across ABP's ranch yesterday in front of ABP personnel,
only to be chased back across the border by pursuing agents.
At about the same time a group of 58 aliens was spotted nearby
in the Huachuca Mountains.
"Any suggestion that the government
has the border under control is pure nonsense," Spencer
is seeking funding to secure its ranch against drug runners.
M.P. warns constituents to stay away from Mexico
Friday is get-away day for many March
Break travellers. This year, it comes on the heels of a warning
from a Toronto Liberal M.P. -- Jim Karygiannis has sent out flyers
to his constituents, advising them of the dangers of travelling
to Mexico. This, after several Canadians were killed there in
the past year.
Of all the arrogant ethnic groups who
believe that their history (or IQ or geography) makes them too
special to obey US immigration law, the Irish deserve unique
condemnation. There are around 50,000 illegal Irish squatting
in this country - a low number considering there may be 20 -
30 million foreigners unlawfully residing here...
News & Review
people, less problems
...President Bush and Congress should
immediately reform our legal immigration by using Mexico's policy
as a model and enforce immigration laws as strictly as our southern
neighbor. Nationwide, nearly half of our adult cash- welfare
recipients are between 20 and 29. All able-bodied welfare recipients
should be put to work...
Herald / Review
smugglers accused of ripping off rivals
Phoenix -- Authorities said Thursday
that they arrested four suspected immigrant smugglers who are
accused of forcing a rival human trafficking vehicle off a roadway
and then kidnapping about 15 [illegal
aliens... criminals] at gunpoint. -- The kidnapped immigrants
were later rescued by officers who tracked the suspected smugglers...
reform on the way, Senate Dems pledge
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on
Wednesday promised to push comprehensive immigration reform [amnesty]
through the U.S. Senate before the August recess, saying he hopes
to get it passed much sooner. -- Reid made the pledge at a news
conference in the U.S. Capitol...
convicts invader arrested in Swift raid
Des Moines -- A federal jury has convicted
the first undocumented immigrant charged with identity theft
following last year's raid at a meatpacking plant in Marshalltown.
-- The jury Wednesday found Lorena Andrade Rodriguez guilty of
five counts that stemmed from her use of a stolen Social Security
card to get a job at the plant in 2004.
Mexico curb emigres?
President Felipe Calderon won't be fighting
for migration reform when he meets with President Bush in Mexico
next week. Instead, he will be spelling out what he intends to
do to keep Mexicans at home. -- Mr. Calderon, who was inaugurated
on Dec. 1, has pledged to take 100 actions in his first 100 days
co-sponsors bill that would end acceptance of sham IDs
Rep. Tom Price (GA-06-R) issued the following
statement today after co-sponsoring the Photo Identification
Security Act (H.R. 1314). This legislation would stipulate the
specific forms of identification necessary to attain a credit
card or bank account. -- "The current loophole in federal
law is an invitation to illegal immigration," said Price...
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
Rally at Texas state capitol a resounding success
Chuck Baldwin's recent, superb column
on the heroes of the Alamo is quite timely because just a few
days before it's publication, a whole lot of Texans were at our
state capitol in the true spirit of Davy Crockett and the others
who died in defense of freedom, liberty and protecting what belongs
to us. This rally was organized by courageous Americans...
-- San Jose
in San Rafael arrested, ordered deported
San Rafael, Calif. -- Federal agents
from the ICE arrested an estimated 30 undocumented immigrants
in the Canal area of San Rafael early Tuesday morning, the agency
reported. -- San Rafael police did not participate in the serving
of the deportation warrants but were notified of them at 5 a.m.
ABP Seeking Volunteers
American Border Patrol has developed
a secure remote camera operating site on its Arizona ranch and
is seeking volunteers to monitor its camera system. Volunteers
will work in teams of two or three in an enclosed facility. Shifts
will run for four hours. -- Please call Mike Christie at (520)
803-7703 between 9 am and 2 pm MST (Mon.-Fri.).
passes resolution supporting 'Dog' Chapman
While the state Legislature is facing
a major deadline this week, trying to pass bills to help Hawaii's
economy, housing and education, one committee spent two hours
on Wednesday hearing testimony on a non-binding resolution to
support bounty hunter and reality TV star Duane "Dog"
Chapman in his fight against extradition to Mexico.
-- Family Security Foundation
collateral damage of illegal immigration
The illegal immigration series has attempted
to highlight The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration that the mainstream
media and politicians ignore, and bring to light the massive
amount of collateral damage Americans suffer who are being ripped
off, infected, molested, killed, and murdered as a result of
our out of control immigration policies...
of white teen becomes 'community issue' in Rifle
The beating of a white 14-year- old Rifle
High School girl, allegedly by several female Hispanic students,
is the latest indication of rising ethnic tensions in this fast-changing
community, school officials said Wednesday. -- The friction in
this working- class town, which is becoming increasingly Hispanic...
land 2 in 3 U.S. construction jobs
Latinos make up 13.6 percent of the U.S.
employment population, but accounted for 36.7 percent of the
2006 U.S. employment growth, a study showed Wednesday. -- Most
of the jobs Hispanic workers landed were in the construction
industry, the Pew Hispanic Center said.
House, immigration risky for all sides
In the House, the 2006 elections offered
no clear guidance for either party on how to tackle the politically
volatile issue of immigration. -- Some Republicans lost their
seats by obsessing over the subject, while others skillfully
used it -- along with other law-and-order issues -- to their
-- Hernando Today -- Hernando County, Florida
immigration -- a triple threat
Three great challenges face these US:
1. A sick and weakening economy; 2. Fanatical Islamic aggression;
3. An unchecked flood of illegal [aliens...
criminals]. Of those, the most worrisome is the torrent of
illegals pouring across our essentially unprotected border with
Mexico, because it significantly exacerbates the other two challenges.
fear for children after invader raid
Immigrants brought prosperity to New
Bedford. They manned its lucrative whaling fleet, ran its textile
mills and provided the muscle for the fishing boats that leave
here daily for the Atlantic. -- But this New England city, which
occasionally gives a knowing wink- and- nod at its illegal [alien... criminal] population,
found itself in turmoil...
Viejo backs law to weed out illegal aliens
Mission Viejo has joined the national
immigration debate, adopting an ordinance requiring its employees
and contractors to participate in a federal program meant to
weed out [illegal aliens...
criminals]. -- "We will be setting an example for all
those in the community," said Mayor Pro Tem John Paul Ledesma,
who put the ordinance on the agenda.
aliens draw legislators' eye
Topeka -- Hispanics are Kansas' fastest-growing
ethnic group, but legislators continue to pursue immigration
policies leading some Hispanics to believe they're not really
welcome. -- While critics see that message in proposals before
the Republican-controlled Legislature, backers say they're responding
to demands from constituents...
ahead of Bush's Latin American tour
Demonstrators in Colombia's capital are
sending a message of protest to the US President. George W. Bush
will be there within days as part of a tour of Latin American
countries. But here and in other cities he can expect less than
a warm welcome, with protesters expressing anger over issues
ranging from immigration to the war in Iraq.