Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Senate Democrats Call For Amnesty - Again
Virginia law may push invaders into Maryland
A resolution passed in Virginia's Prince
William County last week to crack down on illegal [aliens...
criminals] might bring a mass relocation to welcoming states
like Maryland, experts said. -- The law bars illegal [aliens]
from obtaining business licenses or using services for the homeless,
elderly and drug-addicted.
Fox falls from grace amid corruption probe
Former Mexican President Vicente
Fox always delighted in his image as an honest rancher but
his reputation is sagging amid a corruption probe and fierce
media scrutiny of his flashy cars and lavish lifestyle. -- A
charismatic figure who electrified Mexico by ending 71 years
of corrupt one-party rule at elections in 2000, Fox is now being
-- Arizona Republic
a 'North American Union' in the future?
Someday soon, you'll be keeping ameros
in your wallet, not dollars. The goods they buy will zip freely
from Mexico to Canada on an enormous new road. And the United
States will merge with its neighbors into a massive North American
Union that reigns sovereign over more than 440 million people.
arrest 40 in Nebraska street gang bust
Omaha -- Law enforcement officials
arrested 40 people and seized drugs, cash and weapons, seriously
denting Omaha operations of a street gang with ties to Central
America, officials with several agencies said Tuesday. -- The
arrests were part of an ongoing investigation of the gang Mara
Salvatrucha, or MS-13.
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...
D. A. King
far far left attacks us again
It is not hard to tell when we are making
life difficult for the far left open borders/illegal alien lobby
- they will let you know very clearly. Yesterday Sam Zamarripa's
somewhat comical and IQ challenged gofer, Jerry Gonzalez at GALEO,
along with the Anti-Defamation League and Bill Nigut hit back
at my recent MDJ column...
Journal of Phoenix
invader indicted in police shooting
An illegal [alien...
criminal] from Mexico was indicted Wednesday for shooting
a Phoenix Police officer. -- Jose Abel Cabrera- Somosa was indicted
for attempted first-degree murder as well as weapons charges.
He has been charged with shooting a Phoenix police officer on
Oct. 14 in east Phoenix.
in DC to talk about Arpaio, ICE
A Valley immigrants
rights activist headed to Washington, D.C., today to meet
with the Hispanic Caucus and talk about the relationship between
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and U.S. ICE. -- ''We hope
that this will start what ends up in actually an overview of
the operations between Sheriff Arpaio and ICE," said Salvador
paper, usual suspects bemoan Chertoff fence move
Michael Chertoff has got a lot of nerve,
but he evidently doesn't have much respect for Arizona, for the
federal judiciary or for the rule of law. -- The Homeland Security
secretary is waiving several federal laws and waving the bulldozers
ahead in southern Arizona's treasured San Pedro Riparian National
scam blocked in U.S. Senate
A bill that would have given the children
of illegal [aliens... criminals]
a chance to become U.S. citizens by attending college or serving
in the U.S. military was blocked in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.
-- A 52-44 vote on a motion to begin debate on the bill fell
eight votes short of the 60 needed to advance controversial legislation...
Now -- Syracuse
over Spitzer's license treachery continues
In the senate and the assembly, the debate
was virtually all driver's licenses, all the time. --- "The
governor's proposal needs to be overturned," said Assemblyman
Philip Boyle. -- But for all the fury, none of it was anything
more than symbolic. Observers say lawsuits or budget cuts might
eventually halt Governor Spitzer's hot button plan.
Republic -- Phoenix
funding sought for illegal alien costs
In a new sign of local officials' growing
frustration over border-security issues, Phoenix will ask the
federal government to reimburse the city for all costs related
to fighting illegal immigration. -- With the Phoenix City Council's
support, Mayor Phil Gordon directed the city staff on Tuesday
to bill the federal government for costs including...
caught trespassing in riparian area
Despite clearly posted signs prohibiting
unauthorized vehicles, an SUV belonging to Telemundo of Tucson
drove through the San Pedro Riparian area and got stuck in the
San Pedro River. Glenn Spencer of American Border Patrol happened
upon the scene as he was escorting Mark Levin, a photojournalist
from the Sierra Vista Herald...
Act defeated 52-44
Update: The Senate voted against further
debate on the DREAM act this afternoon by a final tally of 52-44,
less than the 60 votes needed to end debate. -- The first cloture
vote today will be to decide whether to bring the bill up on
the Senate floor. If that passes, the Senate will debate the
list immigration as biggest concern
Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins
plans to travel throughout the county to meet with residents
and discuss their concerns. -- He was scheduled to meet with
the Sabillasville community Tuesday night and will hold another
meeting Thursday near Thurmont. -- Other communities he plans
to meet with include Blue Ridge...
Gacek -- Politico.com
Dobbs voters' will decide '08
CNN anchor Lou Dobbs may be the most
important person in the 2008 presidential election aside from
the candidates themselves. The bundle of concerns that Dobbs
and his audience have about globalization, trade, diminished
American sovereignty and immigration will be ignored by politicians
at their own peril.
judges stymie local enforcement, critics charge
The so-called "comprehensive approach"
to immigration reform that co-joins stepped-up border security
with legal and financial benefits for illegal aliens is untenable,
some policy analysts suspect, because federal judges are likely
to strike down enforcement measures while leaving "amnesty"
(Arizona) Herald / Review
step in construction of border fence unclear
Bisbee, Arizona -- Construction of a
border fence in the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation
Area can be restarted, but it is not clear when the work will
actually begin. -- Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff
exercised his authority Monday to make the fence exempt from
the law because further delays in its construction...
Daily Star -- Tucson
initiative is altered to add tough penalty
Buffeted by criticism, the architect
of an alternative plan to penalize employers for hiring illegal
has revised his proposal. -- The new version of the initiative,
filed Tuesday, still provides businesses with absolute immunity
from charges of hiring illegal [aliens]
if they check the legal status of new employees...
Dems support discrimination Witness the Dream Act amnesty
The Democratic Party supports discrimination
by condoning illegal migration and amnesty for illegal aliens.
-- These policies discriminate based on origin because 80% of
illegal aliens are from Latin America, yet Latin Americans represent
only 8% of the world's population. This means Latin Americans
benefit from illegal migration and amnesty...
dividing line on invaders
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman
Gerald E. Connolly (D) said yesterday that under no circumstances
would he follow the lead of Prince William County and push for
legislation to cut off services to illegal immigrants or authorize
police to check the immigration status of suspects, measures
he described as election season demagoguery.
treachery won't increase the invasion, Durbin says
The Senate on Wednesday will consider
the DREAM Act, a bill that would open a path to citizenship for
illegal immigrants who were brought into the United States as
children and who prove themselves as productive members of society.
-- The bill has been derided by conservative critics. But its
sponsor, Sen. Dick Durbin, said...