drug / coyote operation reported by ABP
A call from reliable source reported that a major
drug / human smuggling operation was ongoing at 8 pm PDT in Tucson,
Arizona on Sunday, October 28, 2007. ABP notified the United
States Border Patrol.
Daily News -- New Haven, Connecticut
urged to sign petition
At the urging of a local immigration-reform
group, a number of Yale dining hall workers, custodians and service
personnel signed a petition on Thursday urging Local 35 leaders
to abandon the union's policy of transferring member dues to
a pro-immigration rights national affiliate.
-- New York Video Report Included
supporters rally against Spitzer's scheme
Dozens of [wide-open-borders] advocates
protested outside Governor Eliot Spitzer's Midtown office Sunday,
enraged by what they see as the governor's betrayal. -- "You
have forsaken a practical policy that would have been a benefit
for all New Yorkers for what? For just your own short-sighted
political cover," said S.J. Jung of YKASEC.
Rich -- New York Times
the values slayer
With the new president heading off to
his Texas vacation during that slow news month of August 2001,
I wrote a column about a man who would never be president: Rudy
Giuliani. Banished from Gracie Mansion after dumping his second
wife for Judith Nathan, New York's lame-duck mayor had been bunking
for two months with a gay couple.
Hare -- Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
driver's license for illegals? Let's rethink this one
Gov. Eliot Spitzer's plan to make illegal
immigrants eligible for a driver's license is supposed to encourage
them to come out into "the system." That would be a
good thing. -- But I don't think it will work. -- Several county
clerks, including Monroe County Clerk Cheryl Dinolfo, say they
invasion debate a noisy distraction for some
Another weekend, another protest surrounding
the immigration debate that's been mounting in north Harris County.
-- The two sides faced off in Spring Saturday, where their angry
shouts are beginning to annoy residents like Joe Jordan. -- For
weeks, the anti-illegal immigrant group U.S. Border Watch has...
raise deportation fears
San Diego -- Flames were only one worry
for some illegal [aliens...
criminals] in the fire zone. Equally scary were the crowded
roads and evacuation centers, heavy with law enforcement officers,
including U.S. Border Patrol agents. -- Some wondered if they
would be deported if they went to shelters.
major hub for human trafficking
...The Mondragon case underscores the
need to raise awareness about human trafficking, which still
largely operates "under the radar" despite major efforts
to combat the crime in recent years, said Ed Gallagher, the deputy
chief of the criminal division of the U.S. Attorney's Office
in Houston. The U.S. State Department estimates that 17,500 people...
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...
Morning News -- Salt Lake City
document dealer sentenced to prison
A Mexican national was sentenced this
week to more than two years in federal prison for supplying stolen
citizenship documents and information to workers at a Hyrum,
Cache County, meat-packing plant, which was later raided by federal
agents as part of a nationwide operation against illegal- [alien... criminal] workers.
Janison -- Newsday -- New York
driving on both sides of the street?
More than a month ago, some critics suggested
that Gov. Eliot Spitzer could take steps to calm the instant
backlash that greeted his plan to allow [illegal
aliens... criminals] to apply for drivers' licenses. -- One
method, they said, might be to issue different- colored licenses
to those who obtain them without submitting either Social Security
Sptizer -- New York Daily News
Spitzer: Giving invaders licenses will make us safer
As New Yorkers, we take the threat of
terrorism very seriously. Having witnessed the most devastating
attack in our nation's history, mourned the loss of friends and
family and experienced the vulnerability that comes with having
one's homeland under siege, we know firsthand the threat that