Thursday, October 25, 2007
Even Bush Smelled
White House and OMB Saw Fraud in DREAM Act
||Lou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- October 24
acknowledge that there are some heartbreaking stories out there.
But they say rewarding illegal behavior with a path to citizenship
will only encourage more illegality.
Senator Jim DeMint: We need to fix our borders. We need
to create an immigration system that works. We don't need to
create amnesty one step at a time. [...]
Sylvester: Now, ironically, the White House came out against
the DREAM Act today, saying it prefers the so-called comprehensive
approach. The Office of Management and Budget went a little further,
saying that the DREAM Act would lead to large-scale document
fraud, contain loopholes that granted permanent status for criminal
aliens, even those convicted of felonies, and would allow beneficiaries
to petition almost instantly to bring family members into the
Dobbs: This is remarkable, the White House waiting until
the day of the vote to make those rather strong statements in
opposition to the legislation.
/ Amnesty Transcript
vote fails in Senate, panel discusses invaders
A few hours after the U.S. Senate rejected
consideration of a bill allowing [illegal
aliens... criminals] to be eligible for financial aid and
potentially citizenship, policymakers came to campus to speak
on the future of immigration legislation. -- The federal Development,
Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act would have repealed...
Guatemalan arrested on suspicion of arson charge
A man was arrested after witnesses saw
him setting fire to a hillside, the second arson arrest since
wildfires broke out across Southern California this week, police
said. -- Elsewhere, federal agents were sent to help local investigators
search for evidence in the Orange County foothills where an arson
fire has destroyed nine homes.
-- Moosic, Pennsylvania
invaders rounded up in Scranton
Dozens of suspected illegal [aliens...
criminals] were taken into custody by federal agents Thursday
morning during a raid in Scranton. -- Agents went to a company
that makes equipment for the military, rounding up about one-third
of the people there and taking them into custody.
say they'll report invaders who apply for licenses
Erie County (New York) Clerk Kathleen
Hochul says she'll follow Governor Spitzer's directive to accept
driver's license applications from illegal [aliens...
criminals]. -- But she'll report the applicants to authorities
for possible arrest and deportation. -- Niagara County Clerk
Wayne Jagow said he, too, has been talking...
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...
(Arizona) Herald / Review
shows border trash a major issue
It's a long-standing concern of border-security
proponents: Illegal immigration and smuggling cause significant
environmental damage, says a report recently released by the
Bureau of Land Management. -- The annual report for fiscal 2006
details efforts by the bureau and partner organizations...
Times / KPBS / Univision Includes Video &
on alleged theft of fire victim supplies by Mexican invaders
Links to contradictory reports of the arrest
of Mexican invaders at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego yesterday.
These invaders are accused of stealing relief supplies intended
for local wildfire victims. Includes outrageous baby-waving coverage
by Mexican propaganda television network.
corruption will thwart Mexico-US drug plan, experts say
The U.S. government is vowing to spend
$1.4 billion to help Mexico battle violent drug gangs, but the
money will be largely wasted if authorities here don't cut the
ties between police forces and organized crime, security analysts
say. -- U.S. and Mexican officials on Monday announced the so-called
is afoot on the Mexican border
A security crackdown on the Mexican border
is believed to have reduced the number of people trying to cross
illegally into the U.S. while increasing business for professional
smugglers with ties to the drug trade. -- Data to be released
next week by the Department of Homeland Security are expected
RINO may endorse another
Brownback is considering endorsing Rudy Giuliani for the
GOP presidential nomination and will meet with him Thursday in
Washington to hear his views on abortion. -- Brownback, who ended
his White House run last week and is a champion of social conservative
issues, said he would consider Giuliani because he had heard
Folk singer Bob
Haworth lost a gig after a high school teacher accused him
of racism for his song parodies about illegal aliens. Now Mr.
Haworth says the teacher should lose his job, too. -- Mr. Haworth,
who sang with the Brothers Four and Kingston Trio revival groups,
pleaded his case two weeks ago...
appeared to call for illegal alien amnesty
New Mexico Governor, [rabid Mexican Reconquista],
and Democratic Presidential candidate Bill
Richardson [left] seemed to call for illegal alien amnesty
today. "We need comprehensive immigration reform in this
country -- one that includes a path to legalization," Richardson
fears real for some in Immokalee
Sister Maureen Kelleher, who is a Legal
Aid Services of Collier County attorney, calls the current immigration
situation a "Darth Vader approach" to the community.
-- "I know we have tons of people living in fear,"
Kelleher said during the second meeting of the Migrant Services
employer of invaders sues Missouri governor
A lawsuit filed Thursday accuses Gov.
Matt Blunt of racial discrimination and abuse of power for firing
a state janitorial contractor that employed illegal immigrants.
-- Blunt called the lawsuit "ludicrous'' and defended his
decision to cancel the contract of Sam's Janitorial Services
and bar the company from state work.
Yeh Ling Ling
(Virginia) Free Lance-Star
will change voting patterns
...On July 2006, Mexican-American professor Armando
Navarro, who has organized many rallies to fight all measures
to secure our borders, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times as
saying, "A new majority is forming. Everything will change.
The White House will be within our reach."
-- Charleston, South Carolina
debate invasion nightmare
People here in the Lowcountry have now
had their chance to weigh in on the illegal immigration debate
sweeping through our state's General Assembly. It's an effort
to put immigration power into the state's hands since some South
Carolina Senators say the Federal Government isn't doing enough.
immigrants" stand their ground
"Latino immigrants and lawyers in
Prince William County are trying to calm community panic and
spread accurate information, urging people to stay and defend
their rights in the aftermath of new county measures aimed at
keeping out illegal [aliens...
criminals]. -- Radio stations and hotlines are fielding calls
claims political ads 'attack Latinos'
Illegal immigration has become a hot
topic in the race for governor and lieutenant governor, as evidenced
in a television ad by the Phil Bryant campaign: "Some people
are afraid to talk illegal immigration, but it's an issue that's
way to important to be ignored," the ad says. "Each
year it costs Mississippi taxpayers $25 million..."
proves a deterrent
At approximately 10 pm, ABP staff was demonstrating
the "Gully Watcher" mobile camera vehicle for CNN reporters
when we discovered something, The border fence works! We noticed
that the traffic on the north side of the fence between Naco
and the San Pedro River seemed to be virtually non-existent...
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dirty dozen Republican Senators (RINOs)
These Republican senators voted to support the
DREAM Act -- they need to be run out of town on a rail. The only
thing Republican about these RINOs are their socks. Keep this
list of the dirty dozen handy so they can get the shaft from
voters at their next election.
tells of corrupt Mexico
An informant who worked for U.S. authorities
for more than four years says government, police and military
authorities in Mexico have been corrupted by drug smugglers,
often carrying out kidnappings and killings on the orders of
drug cartel bosses. -- The accusations are outlined in sworn
testimony before a U.S. immigration judge...
fires spark suspicion of terror again
California authorities have confirmed
some of the wildfires that have triggered the evacuation of about
a million people and burned 1,600 structures with damages at
more than $1 billion were set deliberately, and a terror watch
organization says the circumstances match terror plans the FBI
alerted law enforcement to several years ago.
-- Oakland Tribune
from Mexico sacrifices economic security
This past month, the Bush Administration
opened the U.S. border to trucks from Mexico. Trying to soften
the blow, they called it a "pilot program" but it clearly
sacrifices the economic security of American workers and the
safety and health of the U.S. public on George Bush's altar of
blasts Tancredo on invasion
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) lashed out
at Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.)
on the Senate floor Wednesday, a day after the GOP lawmaker had
asked federal authorities to arrest some participants in a staff
briefing on immigration. -- Tancredo, who is running for the
Republican presidential nomination on a platform...
criticized over border security glitches
Republicans and Democrats criticized
Boeing Co and the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday
for a belated, glitch-plagued security pilot program being set
up along 28 miles of the Arizona-Mexico border. "I'm afraid
this is just another example of a contractor... [See Strategic
Bullsh*t Initiative -- American Patrol - July 5, 2006]