Stopping the 310
Chertoff Cannibalized Historic Railroad for Cheesy Barriers
|San Pedro &
Southwestern Railroad - could have been a scenic history ride
It had been
reported that the new pedestrian barriers along the Mexican border
were built with Chinese
steel and Mexican
It now appears, based on information
from American Border Patrol, that DHS cannibalized
rails from the historic San
Pedro and Southwestern Railroad to build vehicle barriers.
The movie 310
to Yuma starts out in the town of Bisbee
Arizona, which was one of the stops
made by the railroad. "It is stunning that Secretary
Chertoff chose to destroy an historic railroad to save a little
money," said Glenn Spencer of American Patrol. Spencer said
rail barriers are easily defeated.
There is no doubt these rails will be
discarded when the pedestrian fence called for in the Secure
Fence Act of 2006 is finally finished.
court interpreters grows
...State law requires interpreters during
legal proceedings if a defendant or witness has trouble with
English. It's up to individual judges to decide who is in need
of an interpreter. -- If a defendant can't pay for the service,
taxpayers foot the bill. -- A 1999 Arkansas Supreme Court order
put the responsibility of certifying interpreters in the hands
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
-- New York
plan stokes vote worry
A new front has opened up in the war
over Gov. Eliot Spitzer's [illegal
alien... criminal] driver's license controversy - the voting
booth. -- The latest battle lines are being drawn over how the
state processes what is popularly called "motor voter"
applications, where those seeking drivers' licenses can at the
same time register to vote.
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
experiment with anti-invader laws
Here in Manassas, home of the first battle
of the Civil War, passions are once again hitting fever pitch.
This time, illegal immigration has ignited a fury between long-time
residents and a rapidly growing population of newcomers, reports
CBS News correspondent Joie Chen...
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...
rolls up its invader welcome mat
...An estimated 13 million "immigrants"
have entered the United States in the past seven years, including
an estimated 50,000 who have helped revive older pockets of the
Indianapolis metropolitan area. -- But the migration has unsettled
smaller Indiana cities even as the Bush administration and the
courts wrangle over a key issue...
Istook -- Washington Times
in rebellion against invaders
Once again, the states are rebelling
against Washington. Fed up with dithering in D.C., states are
proving enforcement works. Enforcement not only can prevent illegal
immigration, but actually reverse it. -- Illegal immigrants by
the tens of thousands are leaving states that have adopted tough
new laws - Colorado, Georgia, Arizona and now Oklahoma...
/ pro-DREAM Act agitator arrested
The Asian Pacific American Legal Center
is asking for "immigrant community" support after ICE
authorities arrested a Vietnamese immigration advocate and her
family. -- Tam Tran, a former honor student graduate and Ph.D.
candidate at UCLA, and her family were arrested October 8 by
fence works well for New Mexico town
Columbus, NM -- While the Department
of Homeland Security invests millions of dollars into an array
of high-tech devices to stem the flow of illegal immigration,
a low-tech effort appears to be paying off in the town made famous
by the most notorious illegal immigrant of all, Pancho Villa...
Finally Gets It: Supporting invaders isn't good
Republican presidential candidate John
McCain said his support of legislation to give illegal [aliens...
criminals] a way to gain legal status has hurt his campaign.
-- McCain, a U.S. senator from Arizona, was a major supporter
of immigration legislation that died in the Senate in June because
of opposition from other Republicans.
real stinkers finally leaving the U. S. Senate
Some bad cats who oppose true immigration
reform are- at last!- retiring from the U.S. Senate. -- Other
incumbents, many dragged down by their pro-illegal alien stances,
face a steep uphill climb in their 2008 re-election efforts.
-- U.S. Senators are, taken as a whole, old verging on ancient...
N.J. law swirls debate over the invasion
A new law that created stricter penalties
for New Jersey residents who don't register their cars has stoked
debate over illegal immigration again, with many immigration
advocates questioning whether the legislation is intended to
weed out illegal [aliens...
criminals]. -- Those who helped create the law say its purpose
has nothing to do...
treasure vs. U.S. security
..."It's a major corridor into the
United States," said Glenn Spencer, who owns 100 acres of
land along the border west of the conservation area. "They
are flooding across that location; we've seen this for years.
They are trampling that area." -- Between 100 and 300 people,
including some armed drug smugglers, cross through the area daily...
Inter Lake -- Kalispell, Montana
aide gets slap on wrist for harboring illegals
A Kalispell man found guilty of harboring,
transporting and unlawfully employing illegal aliens was sentenced
Thursday in U.S. District Court in Missoula.Elroy Figueroa was
given five months of house arrest with electronic monitoring,
three years of probation, and fined $4,500.
wants citizenship path
Democratic presidential hopeful Barack
Obama said Friday he doesn't oppose efforts to require people
to prove they have a legal right to work in the country. -- But
the Illinois senator also said it's important to find a way to
legalize millions of illegal [aliens...
criminals] already in the United States.
Park (New Jersey) Press
dozen attend event to protest the invasion
Five years ago, Mark Jenkins saw a marked
change in the landscape along his route to work as he drove through
Freehold each morning. -- "I noticed more and more guys
congregating along the side of the road looking for work,"
said Jenkins, of Jackson. -- Flash forward to Saturday afternoon
on the banks of Lake Carasaljo...
are road hazards
Gov. Spitzer's plan to let illegal [aliens... criminals] get
driver's licenses follows failures in two other states where
fraud rings and other trouble quickly emerged after the motor
vehicle departments welcomed aliens. -- Last year, Tennessee
and North Carolina abandoned short-lived programs that let [invaders] get driver's
transfer invaders held at San Pedro lock-up
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
says it has temporarily transferred a number of immigrants from
its Los Angeles detention center to other facilities. -- ICE
said Saturday the detainees have been moved while authorities
perform maintenance and conduct inspections at the center, located
in the city's San Pedro area.
News -- State College, Pennsylvania
builder defends using Chinese steel
The border fence being built along the
U.S.- Mexico border to keep illegal [aliens...
criminals] out of the country complies with federal purchasing
requirements that products must be made in the U.S. even though
foreign steel is being used, according to government officials.