Why Did Chertoff Order Boeing to Stop Border Work?
|DHS ordered Boeing
to halt all border work, including this vehicle barrier in Arizona.
||American Border Patrol
On May 10,
American Border Patrol performed an aerial
survey of 310 miles of the Arizona/Mexico border. Much to
its amazement, it discovered that work on the vehicle barrier
on the Goldwater bombing range had been halted
shortly after its March 20 (not 22nd as earlier reported).
ABP board member Chuck
Floyd has now learned
that DHS ordered Boeing to halt all work on the border, including
The question is - With so much attention
being paid to border security, why won't the media report on
what is really going on at the border?
invaders found after shooting, assaults
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
is investigating several assaults and a shooting in connection
with 59 illegal [aliens...
criminals] found Thursday in two Litchfield Park- area houses.
-- Acting on a tip, deputies found 49 people in a house in the
6000 block of North Florence Avenue...
-- Inside Tucson Business
War is coming to
You are not going to like what I have
to say today. But it must be said, out loud. People are whispering
about it now, but if we don't face up to it, it will only get
worse. -- The violent incident in Cananea, Sonora, has hit the
consciousness of Tucson squarely between the eyes. Northern Mexico
is in a state of war. Who is fighting? That's hard to say...
kidnapping report a hoax
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. -- A day laborer
who claimed he and two other men were kidnapped from a street
corner and taken in handcuffs to Tijuana has admitted he made
the story up. -- When San Bernardino County sheriff's investigators
talked to Jose Feliz Gutierrez by phone, he said the kidnapping
story he told to his sister was a lie.
Herald / Review
violence prompts summit
Douglas, Ariz.-- Community leaders from
both sides of the Arizona- Sonora border gathered here Wednesday
for a summit meeting hosted by U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords at
which participants expressed concern for recent drug- related
violence in Sonora, as well as a desire to maintain positive
cross- border relationships...
fires phone solicitors
The Republican National Committee, hit
by a grass-roots donors' rebellion over President Bush's immigration
policy, has fired all 65 of its telephone solicitors, Ralph Z.
Hallow will report Friday in The Washington Times. -- Faced with
an estimated 40% fall-off in small-donor contributions and aging
phone-bank equipment that the RNC said...
-- Santa Monica Mirror
major 'immigrant reform' won't happen soon
The headlines and the talking heads all
tell us President Bush desperately wants a comprehensive immigration
reform plan [blanket
amnesty] passed this year to provide at least one positive
legacy for him. The Senate is even putting in long hours discussing
superhighway lobbying moves north
The lobbying for NAFTA superhighway projects
is moving north, but supporters of the mega-transportation corridors
aren't finding an enthusiastic team of supporters in Minnesota,
according to a report by WND columnist Jerome Corsi. -- Sen.
Norm Coleman, a Republican, is distancing himself from the North
American Super- Corridor Coalition...
Huston -- RenewAmerica.us
American culture, it's all about the 'Latino' vote
Michael Gerson of the Council on Foreign
Relations, and the one time "conscience of the White House,"
presents the perfect it's-all-about-winning stance that some
Republicans of the Karl Rove wing of the GOP adheres to in this
current amnesty for illegals conflict. The idea is that if the
GOP is seen as responsible...
Tancredo hits Iowa target
Onawa, Iowa -- Driving along an empty
ribbon of State Highway 29, the AM radio signal fades between
a lonely Mexican ballad and a conservative talk show host's morning
rant. -- Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.) feels right at home. --
Tancredo is greeted with cheerful backslaps inside a crowded
nabbed in fake-ID operations
Fraudulent ID and other documents can
be made in as little as 30 minutes and purchased in the Phoenix
area for $100. -- Even, it turns out, if you're seeking forged
documents under the name of a most-wanted suspect or would-be
terrorist. State and local authorities say that's one of the
lessons from a series of raids Wednesday...
- The downside of abolishing the nation-state
The Senate's Bush- Kennedy Amnesty /
Immigration Acceleration Act, whose fate is now being decided
across the country during the recess, contains a provision that,
in Congressman Ron Paul's
words, "explicitly calls for an 'acceleration' of the March
2005 agreement between the US president, the president of Mexico,
and the prime minister of Canada...
any other name, amnesty bill still stinks!
One of Shakespeare's most oft-quoted
phrases comes from Romeo and Juliet, where Juliet asks Romeo:
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other
name would smell as sweet." Accordingly, President Bush
and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid can call their immigration
bill by any name they want to, but it is still amnesty...
-- Human Events
bill subverts Americanization, English language
To judge how important assimilation is
to senators John McCain (R.- Ariz.) and Ted Kennedy (D.-Mass.),
peruse their immigration bill, now before the Senate. "Assimilation"
appears only once in this legislation, and not until the 343rd
of 347 pages. "Americanization" never emerges.
officer arrested (suspected invader)
A Milwaukee police officer was arrested
Wednesday by federal immigration agents on suspicion of being
an illegal immigrant who assumed the identity of his dead cousin
a decade ago, officials said. -- The officer, who has lived and
worked under the name Jose A. Morales since he was a teenager,
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
accuses critics of fear-mongering on amnesty scam
Firing back at conservative critics,
President Bush defended his plan to overhaul immigration laws
Tuesday and accused its opponents of "trying to rile up
people's emotions" with misinformation. -- In an exclusive
interview... Bush expressed his determination to fight for changes
that would let millions of illegal [aliens...
criminals] gain legal status.
-- Human Events
green card in every pot
Americans -- at least really stupid Americans
like George Bush -- believe the natural state of the world is
to have individual self-determination, human rights, the rule
of law and a robust democratic economy. On this view, most of
the existing world and almost all of world history is a freakish
Times -- Escondido, Calif.
Patrol shoots suspected coyote in Escondido
An early-morning shooting involving a Border
Patrol agent killed one person in northern Escondido on Thursday.
-- A border patrol agent shot a suspected smuggler around 12:36
a.m. Thursday near Mountain Meadow Road and Champagne Boulevard,
near Deer Springs Road.
Kirkwood -- The John Birch Society
Amnesty: Will Congress
turn its back on you?
Way back in 1986, Sen.
Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.), then, as now, the principal agent
of leviathan leftism in the Senate, sponsored an immigration
bill. Then, as now, illegal aliens had flooded the country. And
then, as now, the Senate had an answer: amnesty. Kennedy said
a few things worth remembering...
-- American Daily
Security and Immigration Reform Act of 2007
The Bush White House and a select group
of senators reached a prospective deal on immigration... a deal
that could mean amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. This
week, [DHS Secretary] Michael Chertoff stumped for the legislation.
While acknowledging that there is a "fundamental unfairness"
in a bill that allows illegal aliens to stay...
costs of the amnesty bill'
The Senate immigration bill has been
defended by promoters of virtual unlimited immigration, both
from the left and the right. No wonder Americans are very angry
at our elite. -- If another amnesty is granted, millions of naturalized
citizens could become potential voters. Considering how close
recent presidential elections were...
Edwards'"Wake Up America" radio show returns
The radio show is going back on the air. Mark
Edwards will be heard every Sunday Night beginning on June 3
from 10 PM to 12 Midnight on KFNX-1100 in Phoenix, Arizona. Mark
will follow the man who "articulates the popular rage,"
illegal alien crime fighter Terry Anderson.
L.A. mayor endorses Hillary
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's political
courtship of Mayor Antonio
Villaraigosa landed her an early, influential endorsement
this week that highlights the intense competition among presidential
candidates for support within the growing Hispanic population.
-- Candidates in both major parties are reaching out to Hispanic
consulates offer healthcare help
First came the Mexican consular photo
identification cards that closely resembled U.S. driver's licenses
and allowed immigrants, including those in the country illegally,
to establish credit and apply for government services. -- Then
the Mexican government worked with the Treasury Department...
[More Mexican meddling]
(Arizona) Herald / Review
divided over amnesty treachery
Sanger, Calif. -- In the 1960s, farm
labor leader Cesar Chavez rallied fieldhands to speak out against
a guest worker program that recruited millions of Mexicans to
pick crops at low wages. -- Today, farmworker advocates are throwing
their weight behind a proposal in the current Senate immigration
bill that would bring thousands of laborers...
News -- White Plains
invaders held in Brewster robbery
Brewster, NY -- Three illegal immigrants
from Guatemala are being held without bail today at the Putnam
County jail after state police charged them in the armed robbery
of another man last week. -- Carlos R. Soto, Rolando F. Massariego,
and Aroldo Martinez, who police said live in Brewster but have
no specific address...
'Tan Klan' Info
Raza and Americans
A recent proposal in Congress - H.R.
1999, which was cosponsored in April by Reps. Ruben Hinojosa
of Texas and Rick Renzi of Arizona - would provide $10 million
a year to a radical immigration group, the National Council of
La Raza (meaning "the race"). The bill offers funds
for "community development and affordable housing projects..."
invaders sneak back in to claim money
Illegal immigrants recently deported
after highly publicized federal raids of various companies easily
returned to the United States days later to claim unpaid wages
from their former employers. -- Immigration officials basked
in the media spotlight during their nationwide raids of businesses
that hired illegal aliens earlier this year...