Did He Lie To Get Amnesty?
Before Senate Vote -- MSNBC
MSNBC: "How many miles have been built so far and
where are we on that whole project?"
Chertoff: "We're on course to building, or having
about 150 miles of fence by the end of this September."
Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- 6/27/07
Romans: Now, the administration promises tougher border
security. DHS secretary Michael Chertoff today said it's already
happening. Now he says he expects 150 miles of border fence completed
by September. But Congressman Duncan Hunter's office scoffs at
that, they say less than 13 miles of fence has actually been
completed outside Yuma and it's not the double fence that's already
Comment: Is this a double-cross? Will we have 150 miles of
2-layer fence or one-layer
fence? Will we have 150 miles of anything? Operation
B.E.E.F. will tell us. And, tune in tomorrow for a live streaming
report from ABP's border ranch.
counties won't follow Prince William on invaders
..."There are all sorts of new Americans
who have settled in Montgomery County," county spokesman
Patrick Lacefield said. "We consider our diversity our strength,
and we're not going to be going down the road that perhaps Loudoun
and Prince William are, in terms of 'cracking down' on immigrants."
activist seeks to join day laborer lawsuit
Vista, Calif. -- An anti-illegal immigration
activist asked a court to join a legal battle over access to
the names of people who employ day laborers. -- Michael Spencer,
leader of a group called the Vista Citizens Brigade, sparked
the dispute after submitting a public records request last month
for a list of employer names.
for Population Stabilization
New bill would give student financial aid to invaders
In a procedural maneuver called "gut and
amend," Sen. Gil Cedillo has stripped a bill of its previous
language and inserted his bill that would give scarce financial
aid dollars to illegal alien students. The bill, SB 65, previously
concerned an entirely different matter...
We just got three more wake-up calls
about America's broken immigration policies. It's time for comprehensive
federal reforms. -- First, two major business groups filed a
legal challenge last week against Arizona's go- it- alone employer-
sanctions law, which would strip the business licenses of companies
that hire [illegal aliens...
Great USA' a New York Times best-seller
Just two weeks after its release, "The
Late Great USA" which exposes government plans to
promote integration of the U.S., Mexico and Canada has
made the New York Times best-seller list. -- Written by Jerome
Corsi, Ph.D., co-author of "Unfit for Command" which
became a No. 1 New York Times best-seller and a decisive influence...
Memorial service for Tom
There will be a memorial service for
Tom on Saturday, July 21st, 10:30 a.m., at St. Bede the Venerable
Church, 215 Foothill Blvd., La Canada, Calif. -- Tom was UROC's
Vice Chairman, Los Angeles. The generous use of his home and
facilities for ALL patriotic groups was greatly appreciated by
challenges critics of his disastrous amnesty scheme
Nashville -- President George W. Bush
has sharply challenged critics of his stalled immigration- overhaul
efforts, suggesting that failure to pass a guest- worker program
could trigger a labor shortage in the United States. -- The president,
speaking Thursday in Tennessee, said he was disappointed about
his immigration bill's demise...
smuggling ring busted in Peru
A criminal ring attempting to smuggle
Iraqis into the United States has been busted in Lima, Peru,
U.S. law enforcement officials tell the Blotter on ABC News.com.
-- At least 10 Iraqis have been arrested over the last month
there, some as they prepared to board flights to Los Angeles.
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
militarization and annexation of North America
Besides the Bush administration's imperial
aims and permanent war on the world, add the one at home below
the radar. Its weapons include the WTO, NAFTA, Department of
Homeland Security (DHS), FBI, CIA, NSA, NORTHCOM, militarized
state and local police, National Guard forces, paramilitary mercenaries
like Blackwater USA...
Texas border fence construction to begin by fall
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael
Chertoff said he expects construction of a Texas-Mexico border
fence to begin by this fall. He pledged to consult with local
communities on the fence design, but said he won't give them
a veto on the plan. -- "I expect we'll be doing some construction
in Texas this fiscal year," Chertoff said...
-- Portland, Oregon
worker free' ordinance courts controversy
The massive new 40 foot by 18 foot flag
in front of the Columbia County court house, along with smaller
flags on nearby homes, boats, and cars, shows how deeply some
locals are dedicated to law and order. -- One local resident,
Wayne Mayo, says what's happening in Columbia County and across
the United States...
accuses rivals of disregard for views of others
Republican presidential candidate Tom
Tancredo is accusing President Bush, rival John McCain and others
who tried but failed to push through an immigration reform measure
of a total disregard for the views of others. -- "It was
the arrogance that got to me as much as the bad policy that they
were pushing," Tancredo says.
offer tidbits about virtual fencing in Arizona
Tucson -- The U.S. Border Patrol has
unveiled a vague initial outline for adding virtual fencing across
much of its 262-mile Tucson sector to help ferret out illegal
crossings. -- Border Patrol and Homeland Security officials met
with about 50 people, including representatives of conservation
and environmental organizations...
Maglio -- Hernando Today -- Brooksville, Florida
union model coming to U.S.
The elites of Europe centralized control
over the people of historically distinct nations. This was accomplished
with little verbal and no physical oppositional. The European
Union was a political coup de'etat of not one nation but many
nations. Each country voluntarily surrendered its sovereignty
in piecemeal fashion in the hopes of gaining economic prosperity.
new tack for the DREAM Act
An amendment that would attach the Development,
Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act to the Department
of Defense authorization bill never made it to the Senate floor
Wednesday after Democratic leaders, unsuccessful in their bid
to compel a withdrawal of troops from Iraq, shifted gears to
Roberts -- VDare.com
Wake-up Call: Watch for another 9/11-WMD experience
This is a wake-up call that we are about
to experience another 9/11-WMD experience. -- The wake-up call
is unlikely to be effective, because the American attitude toward
government changed fundamentally seventy-odd years ago. Prior
to the 1930s, Americans were suspicious of government, but with
the arrival of the Great Depression, Tojo, and Hitler...
Cepeda -- Chicago Sun-Times
nothin' but a (g) thing
[Scroll down] -- Congratulations, Waukegan,
you didn't bow to the band of activists that commuted from the
city to pump Hispanic residents up with fear and lies in order
to bully you into dropping an application for 287(g) to get two
of Waukegan's finest trained to deport violent criminals...
"rights," agitators urge invaders
Attorney Mark Silverman pointed a finger
toward a rapt audience of undocumented immigrants at Our Lady
of Guadalupe Roman Catholic Church in Sacramento. -- "If
they knock on your door, don't open it. You don't have to answer
their questions, either. You can say, no, politely," Silverman
said in Spanish.
Live show from the border
Border Patrol will give a live tour of its border ranch this
Friday at noon. The tour will be sent out over the Internet via
broad band streaming. Tune in and see a vast array of technology,
including remote border cameras, a new mobile mast camera system,
the volunteer observation center, UAVs, and much more. Log on
to ABP Friday
at noon Pacific.
leaves invaders uneasy
Federal agents charged the owners of
El Pollo Rico in Wheaton and two of their relatives last week
with harboring illegal aliens, money laundering and structuring
bank deposits to avoid reporting requirements. -- Francisco Carlos
Solano and his wife, Ines Solano, Consuelo Solano, and Juan Faustino
Solano could each face 40 years in prison...
-- Washington Post
melting pot boils over
Nine years ago, John Stirrup says, he
and his wife, Heidi, decided to move out of South Arlington because
"our neighborhood was changing pretty drastically. There
was a big gang presence, and it was beginning to get dangerous."
-- "The final straw for me was when we found gang markings
spray-painted on the trees," he recalls.
News -- White Plains, New York
says Spring Valley mayor hired him
Spring Valley, NY -- An [illegal
alien... criminal] day laborer who was hired to work a municipal
project said yesterday that village Mayor George Darden was the
one who hired him. -- Felix Sandoval, a Guatemalan native, said
he and some friends were in the parking lot of a Route 59 mall
around 4 p.m. Sunday...
||VDare.com Edwin S. Rubenstein
economy falls further behind
You've heard the argument: Forget the
border fence. Forget self deportation and strict workplace enforcement.
They are doomed to fail as long as the economic "push factor"
driving illegals to cross the border prevails. -- They send us
their poor. The poor find work and send money home.
Family News Network
Agent Travesty: Judicial Watch granted hearing
The public-interest group Judicial Watch
has been granted a hearing by a federal judge in response to
its request for government records detailing contacts between
the U.S. and Mexican governments related to the prosecution of
two former Border Patrol agents. -- Judicial Watch says the government
has failed, under the provisions...
to free Ramos and Compean
There was an unusual spectacle in the
nation's capital Tuesday, downright rare, in fact: U.S. Senators
seeking truth, and justice, and taking action. And they deserve
great credit and thanks. -- The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing,
led by Dianne Feinstein, focused on the reasons for the prosecution
of two Border Patrol agents...
has been called "NAFTA on crack"
It's been called "NAFTA on crack,"
and the participants have been derided as "the
Three Amigos," but you'd better start taking the Security
and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) seriously. Aimed at keeping
"our borders closed to terrorism yet open to trade,"
according to their website, the SPP is poised to change the face
of North America.
agents' supporters hopeful after Senate probe
Two leading senators Wednesday called
on President Bush to commute the sentences of two former U.S.
Border Patrol agents who are facing more than a decade each in
prison for shooting a Mexican drug smuggler and covering up the
incident. -- Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Sen. John Cornyn wrote
in a letter to the White House...