Why Not Naco?
A Double Fence Is Needed. Why Isn't It Being Built?
are no major impediments to the construction of a two-layered
border fence in the Naco Section. The terrain is relatively flat
and any minor environmental concerns could be handled easily...."
By Glenn Spencer,
March 16, 2007
Here we go again, mass confusion and
obfuscation on the border. On October 26 last year, nearly six
months ago, President Bush signed the Secure
Fence Act of 2006. The SFA was approved by a yes vote of
67% of the House of Representatives and 81% of the Senate. This
is not trivial.
There is a crying need for a fence in the Naco Section. There
are already cameras and sensors all along the section, however
rancher Ladd is constantly harassed by Border Patrol Agents chasing
illegal aliens across his ranch.
Ho -- Salt Lake Tribune
of citizenship by birth - can it be outlawed?
Generations of Americans have understood
that children born in the United States are entitled to U.S.
citizenship, regardless of the nationality of their parents.
When Congress revisits immigration reform this spring, however,
legislation to repeal this historic rule is expected to play
a central role in the debate.
of invaders tough to calculate
Southcoast Hospitals Group and the Massachusetts
Department of Social Services turn a blind eye to illegal [aliens... criminals]seeking
their assistance, officials of both agencies said. -- "When
a patient comes in, we collect information about them in the
interest of quality care and for billing information," said
Southcoast spokesperson Joyce Brennan...
-- San Antonio
Gonzales stands no chance
There's growing congressional criticism
of the nation's top law enforcement officer over his part in
the firings of eight federal prosecutors as another Republican
is suggesting the time for Attorney General Alberto Gonzales
to step aside may have come. -- California U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher
said ultimately it's the president's decision...
for American Immigration Reform
the White House -- Oppose Bush's amnesty scheme
Yesterday, President Bush stopped in
Mexico as the last leg of his six-day, five-country tour through
Latin America, which will end today after a joint news conference
between Bush and Mexican President Felipe Calderón. While
political observers expected the two leaders to discuss a variety
Republicans Attack: US Border Patrol injustice
When Republicans attack, recently it's
more than likely against other Republicans. The liberal RINO
contingent of the Party most generally assaults its conservative
wing while, as with Arizona Senator John McCain, siding with
liberal Democrats to pass anti-US sovereignty bills. Of note
is McCain's coupling with leftist Senator Ted Kennedy...
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...
Roads Virginian-Pilot Editorial
evasion can't hide blame
President Clinton did it! -- With those
four words, America has seen the utter bankruptcy of the current
White House strategy of defending the botched firings of federal
prosecutors by blaming it on Bubba. -- In one desperate sentence,
the talking point attempts to camouflage the current calumny...
Patrol Rick Oltman
The recent arrests of illegal alien "absconders"
by federal immigration officers have sparked a backlash of protests
around the nation against the so-called "raids." Immigration
anarchists have taken to the streets waving their fists to denounce
these legitimate arrests and their slogans include; "climate
of fear," "devastating to families..."
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
-- John Birch Society
President Bush pledges
President Bush made some alarming promises
to the Mexico's President Felipe Calderon while visiting his
country earlier this week. In hopes of mending foreign relations
with Mexico, President Bush promised to urge Congress to pass
legislation on immigration reform. As in previous years, Bush's
so-called "immigration reform" amounts to...
Register -- Santa Ana
accused of molesting boys
An Anaheim man [identified as an invader
on today's KCAL-TV news at
noon] is scheduled to be arraigned this morning on charges of
molesting three brothers whose family he befriended, authorities
said. -- Martin Chavez Ramirez met the brothers when they were
13- to 15- year- old boys at Eastside Christian Church... [More family values]
killed by illegal aliens
It is this reporter's opinion that Jim
Brown of AgapePress comes forth with a real shocker. He states
illegal aliens are killing more Americans than the Iraq war.
-- The group says the number is more than 15 percent of all murders
reported by the FBI in the US and three times the representation
of illegal aliens in the general population...
-- National Review
...This week, even as President Bush was pledging
to the Mexican people that he would pursue their interests in
working for an immigration bill, the political edifice of such
a bill was falling apart. -- Ted Kennedy and John McCain announced
this week that they were giving up on crafting a new immigration
bill and would instead revive the one...
Plan New Sanctuary Movement
Churches in a handful of U.S. cities
are preparing to launch a "sanctuary" movement to help
illegal [aliens... criminals]
avoid deportation and unite faith- based groups in a push for
[amnesty]. -- The "New Sanctuary Movement" is based
on the sanctuary movement of the 1980s, when churches harbored
Central American refugees...
Dream' bill addresses tuition for invaders
...[Mexican invader Dalia] Quintero joined
other [illegal aliens...
criminals], educators and a representative of Congresswoman
Lois Capps on Thursday at Oxnard College during a news conference
about the American Dream Act, a bill that would give permanent
residency status to students who came to the United States illegally
rights activists plan May Day boycott
Immigrant and worker rights groups called
Thursday for an end to raids and deportations of illegal aliens
and are planning a May Day boycott to press home their demands.
-- In recent months, federal authorities have arrested hundreds
of illegal immigrants in raids on businesses that employ them.
support for Gonzales erodes further
Republican support for Attorney General
Alberto Gonzales eroded further Thursday amid an intensifying
furor over his role in federal prosecutor firings, as new e-mails
surfaced indicating that top White House political adviser Karl
Rove had an early hand in the dismissals.
John Jaremchuk is a little jealous of
Lou Barletta. -- After all, it was Jaremchuk, a Republican Elsmere
town councilman, and not Barletta, the mayor of Hazelton, Pa.,
who first introduced local laws targeting the "illegals,"
as Jaremchuk sometimes calls [illegal
Hank Reichert , Jr. flies his P-51 Mustang
in formation with Glenn Spencer flying the Border Hawk M. Robin
Brekhus, whose family is sponsoring the Border to Border Air
Show, flies in the rear seat. You can see this Mustang at the
air show tomorrow...
Bush & His Boss
Pinkerton -- Concord (New Hampshire) Monitor
'migrants' for Bush
So George W. Bush has come back from
his trip to Latin America with a newfound determination to open
up the U.S.-Mexican border. Oops, I mean, he wants "comprehensive
immigration reform." -- One big hint about his intentions
came clear Tuesday afternoon in Merida, Mexico, when the U.S.
president began his joint remarks...
-- Canada Free Press
would erase U. S. borders, replace the constitution....
Supporters of U.S. borders and sovereignty
urge more Americans to join Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-CO),
Virgil Goode (R-VA), Ron Paul (R-TX) and Walter Jones (R-NC)
in fighting a little- known plan to create a North American Union.
The scheme would combine the U.S. with Mexico and Canada into
a single political and economic system...
defense funds steadily being drained
Since July, more than $124,100 has been
raised to pay for the defense of Hazleton's illegal- immigration
ordinance. -- By Wednesday, $50,527.38 remained. -- The city's
Web site for the ordinance, http://www.smalltowndefenders.com,
includes a renewed call for donations to pay for its legal battle,
which is turning out to be a costly affair.