Weyrich -- National Ledger
the final push for the Law of the Sea Treaty
The Law of the Sea Treaty ("LOST"
to opponents, "UNCLOS" to supporters) is up for a vote
in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this Thursday, November
1. The State Department pushed this treaty in 1981 when Ronald
Reagan was President. He rejected it, primarily because of Part
XI of the Treaty, which regulates minerals on the seabed...
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...
Highway Patrol detains invaders
Ten illegal [aliens...
criminals] were detained by the Missouri Highway Patrol over
the weekend, following a traffic stop in Warren County. -- Officials
say a state trooper pulled over a vehicle for tailgating, and
the driver produced what turned out to be a falsified Mexican
charged with smuggling invaders
Prescott, Ariz. -- A Mexican man was
caught smuggling 17 illegal immigrants on Saturday, the Yavapai
County Sheriff's Office said. -- Officials said a sergeant patrolling
Interstate 17 near Camp Verde pulled over a speeding Ford F-150
around 8:45 p.m. The pickup had Tennessee plates and a camper
shell with blacked-out windows...
for Population Stabilization
3531 would deny funds to sanctuary cities!
At long last, the federal government is demonstrating
some tepid increase in attempts to provide interior enforcement
of our immigration laws. Yet, even these mild efforts are hamstrung
by local cities that declare themselves sanctuaries from immigration
Senators mum on Spitzer's ID plan for invaders
New York's plan to create three types
of driver's licenses, including one for illegal immigrants, has
everyone talking - everyone except the state's Democratic senators,
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Charles Schumer. -- New York Gov.
Eliot Spitzer, a fellow Democrat, announced over the weekend
that he had struck a deal...
-- Lawton, Oklahoma
sought for immigration law
Tulsa -- Attorneys are asking a federal
judge to put a hold on a new law cracking down on illegal immigration
in Oklahoma. -- The law is to go into effect Thursday but opponents
want it delayed while a lawsuit challenges it in court.
One federal lawsuit challenging the law was dismissed last week
when a judge said...
Now -- New York
defends modified insane scheme in exclusive interview
The Governor insists he hasn't caved
to the uproar on licenses. -- Josh Robin asked, "Can you
unequivocally say that this plan is not a result of all of the
opposition?" -- "Absolutely," Spitzer replied.
"This has nothing to do with the political back and forth."
D. A. King
-- Marietta (Georgia) Daily Journal
tactics should be resisted
...Closer to home, my friend and fellow MDJ
columnist D.A. King has become a national expert on the troubling
facts surrounding illegal immigration, the go-to guy on reform.
Yet he was marked last week as a hatemonger by former WSB reporter-
turned ADL crusader Bill Nigut, who apparently believes legal
and illegal mean the same in America.
crackdown killing Mexican economy
Increased border security and work enforcement
have led to a huge decrease in the billions of dollars that illegal
in the U.S. send to Mexico annually and immigration advocates
say Mexicans are suffering because they can't pay medical bills
or buy clothes. -- The U.S.-dependent Mexican economy gets about
$24 billion annually...
Yeh Ling Ling
Costa Times -- Pleasanton, Calif.
hustlers threaten rights of Americans
...It is outrageous that the Hispanic activists'
threatened to cancel their convention in Kansas City, MO., unless
the city fires Frances Semler solely because of her membership
with an organization advocating immigration control. -- I would
like to warn ethnic open-border activists that their strategy
Dump the Mexican Reconquista
L. A. mayor
Los Angeles can and should be the envy of the
world. Instead, our city is a mess, and it gets worse each month.
We can't afford four more years of a mayor who spends all his
time running for the next office, staging photo-ops and going
on out- of- town trips. We need a competent, full-time working
mayor who takes the job seriously...
Iowa's new Hispanic voters
At La Favorita, a Mexican grocery store
here, there is plenty of food for sale - and also a new brand
of politics. -- A handwritten sign, hanging over the door, proclaims
in Spanish: "Wake up! Register to vote! It is the hour to
unite and change our future, the future of our children - and
the future of this country!"
Kirby -- Marietta (Georgia) Daily Journal
There's no question that one of the biggest villains
in U.S. history was Sen. Joe McCarthy, who almost single-handedly
fueled the "Red Scare" of the late 1940s and early
1950s. -- McCarthy's heavy-handed attacks, which relied mostly
on public accusation, insinuation, guilt by association and brow-beating,
Lake (Iowa) Pilot-Tribune
Mexican continues U. S. meddling tour
"The wall is terrible - I can't
think of anything worse," former President of Mexico Vicente Fox said when
asked about the border wall being constructed between his nation
and the U.S. "We should be building bridges instead of walls.
Bridges of peace, bridges of trade, bridges of love. " [More Mexican meddling]
Tancredo to leave House at end of 2008
Rep. Tom Tancredo plans to leave the
U.S. House of Representatives at the end of 2008, whether his
longshot presidential bid is successful or not, the Rocky Mountain
News reported. -- "It's the fact that I really believe I
have done all I can do in the House, especially about the issue
about which I care greatly (immigration)..."
ethnic hustlers, 'Tan Klan' obsessed with Semler
advocates and a national labor leader said Sunday they will
continue to seek the removal of Frances Semler from Kansas City's
park board. -- The latest development in the ongoing battle over
Semler's appointment by Mayor Mark Funkhouser came at a news
conference local leaders called to launch new efforts to educate
tolerance" border policy
Illegal immigrants caught crossing the
border could soon face harsher penalties. -- Over the weekend,
Congressman Henry Cuellar said he's been working to expand the
"zero tolerance" policy down to the Valley. Under
this policy, offenders can be sentenced up to six months in jail
when caught crossing the border illegal.
territory hits 'amnesty' as threat
A U.S. territory in the Pacific is battling
to stop Congress from imposing federal guest-worker rules and
an "amnesty" for current temporary workers, saying
aliens could then use the territory as an entry point to get
into other places in the U.S. -- The government of the Commonwealth
of the Northern Mariana Islands...
Gibson -- American Daily
States is stupid"
"United States is stupid...I come
back every time." Those words were spoken by Mexican national
Rolando Mota-Campos to an immigration agent after his latest
and 11th arrest in the United States. Incredibly, Mota-Campos
has been deported three times and has vowed to return again after
completing his prison term...