Hazleton (and America) Fighting for Its Life
-- Capital Times -- Madison, Wisconsin
team raises dangers on highways
Apparently, the mix of trucks and passenger
cars on our highways isn't already dangerous enough. -- While
semis and cars keep smashing into each other with alarming regularity
from here on the South Beltline Highway to the interstates on
the edges of our biggest cities, the Bush administration has
now seen fit to open the doors to even more truck traffic...
not charged in hit-and-run case will be deported
Pineville, N.C. -- Pineville investigators
say they do not have enough evidence to charge a driver in connection
with a hit-and-run crash, and time is running out to collect
it. -- They believe a Ford F-150 belonging to Misael Pablo is
the truck that hit Adela Diaz Sanchez while she walked down Willow
Ridge Road last month...
Radio -- New York
wants police deputized to make immigration checks
Morristown (NJ) officials, beset by complaints
about immigrants gathering for day labor and living in crowded
homes, want their police force to have the authority to check
the immigration status of people in the city. -- The town has
applied for a program in which local police get that authority...
West end of Project 28
Project 28 is part of Boeing's SBInet contract
to secure the border using technology. -- As part of Operation
B.E.E.F., ABP performed an aerial survey of the Project 28 area
on March 6. -- A video of the western part of Project 28 is shown
in this report along with still photos.
for Population Stabilization Video Included
Big push for amnesty by Bush and Kennedy
Proponents have launched an enormous
drive for amnesty in Washington. With a new Democratic Congress
and a supportive Republican President, advocates of open borders
feel they can push through an amnesty in 2007-before the election
next year highlights voter opposition to the proposal...
population could rival China's
President Bush and many members of Congress
are pushing for another amnesty for at least 12 million illegal
migrants. Why should leaders concerned about worldwide population
growth such as Bill Gates and Warren Buffett advocate sustainable
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.).
OKs ban on aid to illegals
Boise -- Senators voted 29-6 Monday for
a bill designed to prevent illegal [aliens...
criminals] in Idaho from receiving most local, state and
federal public assistance. -- Supporters overcame objections
from a handful of Democrats and Republicans who said it would
be ineffective and could be a tool for discrimination.
say likely invader tried to lure 3 girls into van
A man who approached three children and
tried to get them into his van on Monday has been arrested. --
Police charged Jose Hernandez- Yelasquez with three counts of
enticing children. -- Jail records show Hernandez- Yelasquez
was arrested in Des Moines three years ago and was held for immigration
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
IIRA assailed, defended in trial's opening
Opposing attorneys told a tale of two
Hazletons as a trial about the city's Illegal Immigration Relief
Act began Monday in U.S. District Court for the Middle District
of Pennsylvania. About five years ago, Latinos flocked to Hazleton,
opened businesses in boarded-up stores, received encouragement
from the city government and pushed the population...
seek new invader bill
Facing a rebellion from some key Republicans,
Sen. Edward Kennedy has abandoned efforts to produce a new immigration
bill. -- Instead, he is proposing using legislation produced
last March by the Republican- controlled Senate Judiciary Committee
as the starting point for negotiations this year, lawmakers said
-- Front Page Magazine
media respects citizens less than invaders
With the possible exception of HMO's,
the media seems to be the only industry we can't hold legally
accountable for negligent service after purchase. -- On March
4th, The Washington Post's Editorial Board had a piece entitled
"Immigration Reform, Take 2," in which the oldest parlor
game was played...
plays major role in proceedings
Scranton,Pa. -- Hazleton Mayor Louis
Barletta didn't testify on the opening day of the trial challenging
an immigration law that he proposed last year, but he factored
in the courtroom discussions Monday. Plaintiff's Attorney Vic
Walczak called Barletta an "opportunistic mayor."
Baldwin -- NewsWithViews.com
impeachment: Grab the tar and feathers
...Without congressional oversight or knowledge,
Bush committed the US to a trilateral union with Mexico and
Canada. He put his stamp of approval upon a mammoth NAFTA superhighway.
He has given the green light for thousands of Mexican trucks
to enter the US. He has turned his back on American Border Patrol
plan to offer sanctuary to invaders facing deportation
Churches in major cities across the country
are preparing to grant "sanctuary" to illegal immigrants
facing deportation in an effort to unite evangelicals behind
comprehensive immigration reform, according to a pastor organizing
the effort. -- Rev. Alexia Salvatierra, executive director of
Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice...
for American Immigration Reform
ordinances don't infringe on federal authority
The Federation for American Immigration
Reform, together with its auxiliary organization, the Immigration
Reform Law Institute, vigorously reject the legal challenges
brought by the ACLU that ordinances enacted by the city of Hazleton,
Pennsylvania, usurp the federal governments exclusive authority
of immigration policy...