Saturday, October 20, 2007
Hillary Loves Eliot
Spitzer License Deal "Makes a lot of sense"
||Lou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- October 19
Dobbs: Well, Democratic
presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton says the governor's
proposal to give away driver's licenses to illegal aliens --
quote -- "makes a lot of sense." But while the senator
is for the governor's policy, it appears she may also be against
it, the senator from New York telling a New Hampshire newspaper
that individual states shouldn't try to reform immigration laws.
Instead, the federal government, she says, should pass what she
calls comprehensive immigration reform legislation.
You know, I just can't even begin to
tell you what I think of every single one of the Democratic presidential
candidates, their positions on illegal immigration, border and
port security. They are a crying, pathetic, joke in terms of
border security, port security and immigration policy.
And this is an absurdity, for her to
make such a recommendation....
Laborers / Chinese
smugglers using official Texas vehicles
Since 2005, federal and state law enforcement
officials have known drug smugglers were using fake Texas Department
of Transportation vehicles to haul their cargo all over the Lone
Star State. -- But, more than two years later, and despite a
major prosecution of the 11 people involved in the scam by [Bush
crony] Johnny Sutton...
Wayne (Indiana) Journal-Gazette
invasion concerns aired
Federal officials, including Rep. Mark
Souder, R-3rd, met with area law enforcement Friday afternoon
to hear their concerns about illegal [aliens...
criminals] and the local criminal justice system. -- The
Immigration Law Enforcement Cooperation Roundtable featured a
presentation by ICE about their ACCESS program...
visa provides crime victims a haven
It's taken several years, but now people
in the United States illegally who are victims of violent crimes
can apply for a specialized visa, as long as they help law enforcement
solve the cases. -- The new visa program, which was created by
law in 2000, went into effect Wednesday.
for Population Stabilization
The DREAM Act amnesty is still alive!
Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Harry
Reid (D-NV) are still trying to pass their DREAM Act amnesty,
either as an amendment to other legislation or the stand-alone
version of the bill, S 774. -- Their latest threat is to add
it as an amendment to HR 3043, the Labor-Health & Human Services
a T-Bird, Help ABP
Get a T-Bird, help ABP. Glenn Spencer is selling
his 300 HP, 1964 T-Bird Landau. It is in excellent condition.
Everything works (A/C, power windows, etc.) Clean as a whistle.
Total firm price $14,000. Glenn will donate all proceeds to American
Bernardino County Sun
San Bernardino, Calif. -- A handful of
protesters waving American flags - including one person in a
Grim Reaper's costume - stood outside Sen. Barbara Boxer's downtown
office Friday afternoon in opposition to the senator's stance
on immigration laws. -- Specifically, protesters were angry about
an amendment that Boxer recently offered...
(New York) Journal
backs Spitzer's driver's license lunacy
Calling it a common-sense approach to give hard-working
residents the ability to travel safely to work and school, Assemblywoman
Barbara Lifton, D-125th District, threw her support behind Gov.
Eliot Spitzer's plan to offer driver's licenses to all New Yorkers
- regardless of immigration status.
your Senator to vote NO on the Law of the Sea Treaty!!
Just this week, the United States Supreme
Court gave us an important look into what kind of global power
grabs we face if the Senate ratifies the Law of the Sea Treaty
(LOST). On October 10, the Supreme Court heard arguments in the
case of Jose Medellin, an illegal alien rapist-murderer now on
death row in Texas...
de Banderas News -- Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
Mexican soldiers aiding drug smugglers on the border?
Among the many problems on the US-Mexico
border is that of reported Mexican military incursions onto the
US side of the border. These incidents raise disturbing questions
about US-Mexican relations and the two nations' wars on the drug
cartels. -- The evidence indicates that elements of the Mexican
sentenced in bribes-for-driver's-licenses scheme
A couple were sentenced Friday for their
roles in a scheme in which state Department of Motor Vehicles
workers in Oakland accepted bribes for providing bogus identification
documents to illegal [aliens...
criminals]. -- Jose Ramirez of San Leandro was sentenced
to 18 months in prison...
D. A. King
(Georgia) Banner Herald
aliens' apologists are truly anti-immigrant
In its Oct. 10 coverage of a sparsely
attended rally against immigration law enforcement at the University
of Georgia, the Athens Banner-Herald has done no favor for Americans
- Hispanic or not. We should all be working hard to keep the
issue of the organized crime of illegal immigration and illegal
employment focused on the law - where it should be.
News & Observer
invader guilty in stabbing
A jury convicted an illegal Honduran
Friday of killing a woman who was stabbed more than 40 times.
-- Franklin Manacer-Herrera was found guilty of first-degree
murder and sentenced to life in prison for the 2004 slaying of
Chandra Brown Mwicigi. -- The victim was stabbed repeatedly inside
an apartment on Broad Street...
organizes invader-rights rally Sunday
If protestors tread the sidewalks of
Midtown Sunday in support of [illegal
alien... criminal] rights, they won't be marching with the
blessing of leaders of Atlanta's Hispanic immigrant community.
-- The slightly renegade demonstration has been organized by
an environmental activist who wants Americans and Latino immigrants
to unite for change.
air fake ID market taken down
The long, oak table that anchors the
center of the third-floor conference room in the Queens District
Attorney's office was littered Tuesday afternoon with driver's
licenses from various states, reams of blank Social Security
cards, resident alien cards, printers, cell phones, laminating
machines and other hardware you can pick up at any Staples store...
law cited for enrollment decline
Mesa Public Schools' alarming drop in
enrollment this year comes largely in its elementary schools
and almost exclusively in west Mesa, where there is a high Hispanic
population, according to October district enrollment figures.
-- The district will have to wrangle with the fallout that comes
with 1,295 fewer students...
-- Burlington, Vermont
invaders in Vermont
More than a dozen illegal [aliens...
criminals] have been arrested in Vermont over the past two
months. Channel 3 has learned of two incidents that may indicate
how the demand for labor can lead to the hiring of illegals.
-- The Border Patrol says a group of eight illegals was rounded
up in the Hannaford supermarket parking lot...
head of RNC resigns
The Republican Party's highest-ranking
Latino official abruptly resigned Friday, marking the latest
casualty in the GOP's bitter internal fight over immigration
and dealing another setback to President Bush's years-long effort
to court Latino voters. -- The announcement by Sen. Mel Martinez
of Florida that he was quitting as general chairman...
wanted sex fiends nabbed
The Border Patrol's computerized fingerprint
identification system is really paying off. -- In just
three days this week, agents have caught three wanted sex offenders
as they illegally tried to cross the border into Arizona.
-- Monday near Naco, agents arrested a man who was wanted in