chamber joining challenge to employer sanctions law
The Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry
announced Tuesday it will join two other business groups' legal
challenge to a new state law that punishes employers who knowingly
hire illegal [aliens...
criminals]. -- The chamber, the state's largest business
lobby, said its four-part strategy on the issue also calls for
urging the Legislature...
and Critics.com -- UK
as U.S. city gives invaders (criminals) IDs
New Haven, Connecticut, on Tuesday became
the first U.S. city to issue identification cards to illegal
immigrants, as opponents of the controversial cards booed the
mayor (the confused clown shown at left) and its backers cheered.
-- About 250 people gathered at the city hall as New Haven started
issuing the cards that grant access to...
(Arizona) Herald / Review
gets probation after serving as lookout for pot smugglers
Bisbee, Ariz. -- A Mexican national who
pleaded guilty to serving as a lookout during a marijuana transportation
operation was sentenced to three years of probation at Cochise
County Superior Court on Monday. -- Mario Yates-Moreno, of Hermosillo,
Sonora, will be turned over to federal authorities and deported
from the US...
to fight anti-invader proposal
Monroe, Ohio -- Several organizations
oppose a proposed Ohio law aiming at clamping down on illegal
-- A union, a civil rights group and a Latino group have set
a news conference for 3 p.m. today to discuss concerns about
State Rep. Courtney Combs' bill. Combs, who hails from Butler
U.S., Mexico sign trilateral energy accord
Canada, the US and Mexico signed what
officials are calling a historic energy accord on Monday, sharing
information about the science and technology of energy. -- Natural
Resources Minister Gary Lunn, U.S. Secretary of Energy Samuel
Bodman and Secretary of Energy for Mexico Georgina Kessel signed
the trilateral accord in Victoria.
(Vermont) Free Press
foreign-speaking students enroll in local schools
...The students at the school were a
veritable United Nations. They spoke Maay- Maay, Arabic, Russian,
French, Vietnamese and other languages. Many were refugees from
Somalia, Sudan, Turkey, the Congo, Bosnia, Vietnam and Burundi,
one of the newest refugee groups to arrive in Vermont.... [Similar mess
memo: One-world agenda dominates SPP summit
A multinational business agenda is driving
the upcoming summit meeting of the Security and Prosperity Partnership
of North America, according to a document obtained through an
Access to Information Act request in Canada. -- The memo shows
a secondary focus of the leaders' meeting in Montebello, Quebec...
Democrat and Chronicle
invader crashes into immigration officer
Batavia, NY -- A suspected illegal [alien... criminal] is due
in court Wednesday after a hit- and- run involving an off-duty
immigration officer. -- An off-duty Batavia city police officer
saw a vehicle run a red light at Main and Oak streets at 12:09
a.m. Friday, hit the immigration officer's vehicle, then head
north on Oak Street...
posse rides to help jailed border agents
Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., plans to
introduce an amendment tomorrow intended to get former U.S. Border
Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean released from prison
immediately. -- Tancredo, a candidate for the Republican presidential
nomination, plans to attach his amendment to H.R. 3093, the appropriations
Adhahn Atrocity: Another enforcement (and MSM) failure
The media in Washington-the Washington
on the left side of the country-run Terapon Adhahn stories every
day, every hour and everywhere. The blogs are bogged. Adhahn's
mother: "'My son is sick. I am angry at him'", screamed
the headline of The Seattle Times last Friday...
Gazette -- Glen Burnie
defends grant cuts to Hispanic groups
County government took its defense of
grant cutting on the road this week, justifying the reductions
to Hispanic nonprofit groups in a room full of Hispanic activists.
-- Sheryl Banks, the county's special assistant for minority
affairs, answered questions about why County Executive John R.
Leopold cut $115,000 to Centro de Ayuda...
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
builder won't bid for jobs
One of Georgia's biggest road-building
companies says it won't bid on any more Gwinnett County contracts
- for now - as a result of a new county policy meant to crack
down on illegal [aliens...
criminals]. -- E.R. Snell Contractor Inc. told the county
commissioners in a July 9 letter that it had "serious concerns"...
leader accused of immigration fraud
The spiritual leader of a mosque in Sharon
was arrested yesterday on federal immigration fraud charges,
sparking a protest outside the courthouse in Boston by a group
of religious leaders and civil rights advocates who called the
case a witch hunt. -- Muhammad Masood, mam of the 1,500 member
Islamic Center of New England...
Alberto Gonzales: 'I'm not a quitter'
...Sen. Charles Schumer... immediately
ridiculed Gonzales's intention to remain at the department. --
"There are probably only two people on Earth who think the
Attorney General ought to stay: Alberto
Gonzales and President Bush," Schumer said in a release.
"As long as he's in charge, the Justice Department, the
rule of law and America will suffer."
-- North County Times -- Escondido, Calif.
churches choosing to ignore immigration laws
There's a problem in Fallbrook, and it's
not with the local peaceful protesters. The town's Catholic church,
St. Peter's, has decided that U.S. immigration laws don't apply
to them. This church operates a formal day labor hiring center
for known illegal aliens in their driveway 50 feet from their
preschool and playground...
Philadelphia protest targets Mexican consulate
Digger's Realm, Illegal Protest and other
activists and bloggers held a protest this Saturday in Philadelphia
over the imprisonment of Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean
and others who were prosecuted for doing their job. -- "For
every 1 hateful and aggressive opponent to our position though
there were 4 or more supporters..."
arrests Chinese-Mexican suspected meth king
Mexico City -- The United States arrested
on Monday a Mexican laboratory owner accused of helping make
huge quantities of crystal meth, four months after police found
$206 million cash in his Mexico City mansion. -- Mexico's attorney
general, Eduardo Medina Mora, said U.S. authorities had confirmed...
Immigration Crisis: Treating all of the symptoms
A recent article from the Washington
Times describes a success story of how our nation's laws can
be effectively enforced to punish those who would enter into
various schemes in order to enable aliens to circumvent our nation's
immigration laws. It is a prime example of how it is not the
laws that are broken, but rather a lack of resources available...
men lead to 'professional' cockfighting operation
A large group of cheering men in a rural
part of Polk County led to the arrests of 17 men on suspicion
they were taking part in a cockfighting operation described as
"very professional" by the county sheriff. --- Two
of the 17 men captured and arrested were from Orlando; Oscar
Herrara and Jose Herrara, according to police. One of the men
had a hat on...
for illegals draws no comment from Snow
Attempts by cities or other governments
to sidestep federal policy and make their own provisions for
illegal aliens won't get any attention from the White House,
spokesman Tony Snow says. -- He said such efforts are not under
the president's "purview." -- Snow was responding today
to a question from Les Kinsolving...
wall construction to begin this fall
A disputed border fence is coming to
the valley. Now a top Washington official says the wall is set
for construction this fall. It's a controversial topic frequently
discussed in the valley. -- But it's already scheduled to become
a reality. A border wall. Construction for the wall which will
separate the US from Mexico might begin in a matter of months.
officials want to ban home crowding
Ten people are living in Zugey Arzate's
little brick house in east Cobb County, and her neighbors say
the crowd is causing big problems. -- Arzate says her 1,511-
square- foot home on Little Road has ample space for her and
her nine relatives from Mexico. -- Neighbors say that's far too
many people in a single-family home.
agents assaulted Sunday
Agents from U.S. Customs and Border Protection
were assaulted by people throwing rocks Sunday during the arrest
of two illegal immigrants near the U.S.-Mexico border in San
Luis, Ariz. -- The rocks failed to strike an agent, but one did
shatter the window of a marked Border Patrol vehicle... [Previous
Rock Attack Photos]
Stuter -- NewsWithViews.com
Bush Chronicles: Connecting the dots
...Glenn Spencer of American Patrol called
this tack by Chertoff a
gambit; an opening move intended, ultimately, to gain advantage.
"Chertoff is selectively enforcing immigration law to create
monstrosities He is doing this to evoke outrage and, ultimately,
support for Bush's amnesty program."
Canada Free Press -- Toronto
America to Communist China
In remarks on July 20 to a Freedom 21
conference in Dallas, Texas, conservative leader Phyllis Schlafly
declared that the Chinese communists intend to exploit development
of a North American Union in order to bring more cheap goods
into the U.S. and destroy more American jobs. -- The Freedom
21 conference, organized by Tom DeWeese...
want to interfere with talk radio; Blacks disagree
Black and Hispanic organizations appear
to be lining up on different sides of the Fairness Doctrine debate.
-- Domingo Garcia, the national co-chairman of the civil rights
commission of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC),
announced at the group's annual convention last week that he