warn gang activity taking root in rural Oklahoma
In rural communities of the Oklahoma
Panhandle, where small police departments often lack gang prevention
training, gangs are beginning to take root, education and justice
officials warned during a meeting to discuss gang prevention
strategy. -- Several known gang members have begun actively recruiting
in the areas...
plan action for November 15
Accion America, a Dallas-based group
of Hispanic activists,
is calling for all Irving (Texas) businesses to close on Nov.
15 in conjunction with a planned rally protesting the city's
use of a federal deportation program. -- Irving police last year
began using the Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Criminal
Republic -- Phoenix
more drophouses raided, 17 arrested
More raids have been staged against West
Valley drophouses that have been linked to the same human- smuggling
ring, authorities said Friday. -- Seventeen [illegal
aliens... criminals] were arrested Thursday during raids
at two homes south of Tolleson and one in Surprise, said Maricopa
County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Feder -- Front Page Magazine
The problem with former Arkansas Governor Mike
Huckabee (left) isn't his funny name, which brings to mind a
character in a Hanna- Barbera cartoon. (What kind of a name is
Mitt, anyway?) -- It's not the fact that he strums a guitar or
that, other than governing Arkansas for a decade, his principal
claim to fame is losing 110-lbs.
Observer Jan Herron
It ain't broke; it's just not enforced
With the 2008 election right around the
corner, we must identify and target the illegal migration- pandering
politicians; either stop their re-election (with an opponent
in the primary) or vote them out of office in November. We must
take back Congress, one politician at a time...
Schlafly -- WorldNetDaily.com
not a dirty word
"Sticks and stones may break my
bones, but words will never hurt me" is an old verse that
just isn't true. Indeed, words can hurt, break up marriages,
destroy careers and defeat political candidates. -- Even words
out of one's own mouth can be destructive. We recall such bloopers
as presidential candidate George Romney self-destructing...
invaders pegged in jail
Federal agents are finding illegal [aliens...criminals] in
Ventura County's jails and identifying them for deportation twice
as often as they did a year ago, and the pace could pick up even
more when local officers join them next year. -- Around 26 percent
of the 1,700 or so inmates in Ventura County's jails are foreign-
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
-- Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Mexican windbag continues meddling tour
A former Mexico president said Thursday
that immigration is an asset to any nation, and a framework can
be built for it. -- Vicente
Fox, who served as president from 2000 to 2006, said the
market has driven immigration between Mexico and US. -- "There
is demand for labor here, and there is supply here in Mexico,"
he said. [More Mexican
||VDare.com Brenda Walker
Visas -- How America stupidly rewards misfortune and fraud
In my midnight moments of immigration-
anarchy- induced depression, I imagine a stealth cadre of immigration
lawyers housed deep within the White House whose job is to devise
fiendish ideas for the worst possible visa categories, in order
to desensitize citizens to the nation-wrecking insanity afoot...
filling county jails
Illegal immigrants are taking roost in
three Panhandle jails and causing crowding issues. -- Ochiltree
County is making plans to deal with extra inmates in part because
of illegal [aliens...criminals]
who have committed state crimes. ICE place holds on [invaders],
making it difficult for them to bond out of jail.
laws are strict on illegals
It is this reporter's opinion that when
it comes to our shameful immigration situation, Mexican President
Felipe Calderon and the outgoing president, Vicente Fox, are
one and the same. -- Both are outspoken and critical of U.S.
immigration law enforcement. Both support amnesty for all illegals
D. A. King
(Georgia) Daily Journal
definition of 'bigotry' proving elastic
Wanna see the white wine set bellow?
Stand up in a room - and write a newspaper column - to remind
people that both illegal immigration and illegal employment are
crimes. Remind America that we are in a war on terror and that
by leaving American borders porous, anyone, from anywhere in
the world can - and does - walk into our nation illegally. Everyday.
Co. officials defend aggressive invader arrests
Greeley, Colo. -- The Weld County Sheriff
and District Attorney have joined forces to defend their aggressive
stance on illegal immigration. -- "The illegal [aliens...criminals]
are treated no differently than a US citizen who commits a crime.
They're both going to go to jail," said Weld County District
Attorney Ken Buck.
York Daily News
experts say Eliot Spitzer's plan a license to buy guns
Once they got driver's licenses under
Gov. Spitzer's plan, illegal immigrants could arm themselves
to the teeth simply by lying about their status, gun experts
said Thursday. -- "They could definitely get shotguns and
rifles," said Thomas King, executive director of the New
York State Rifle & Pistol Association.
aimed at discouraging hiring of invaders
Lawrence, Kansas -- Josh
Link sometimes spends 15 or 20 minutes shaping a single stone
for a wall. He's proud of using a Flemish bond pattern - not
the standard American one - for a brick walkway. And he points
out that Winston Churchill laid bricks as a hobby. -- Link specializes
in projects for homes like the gray mansion he's working on...
(New York) Observer-Dispatch Editorial
license scheme still flawed
Although changes Gov. Eliot Spitzer is
proposing in his New York state driver's license program would
place restrictions on licenses given to illegal [aliens...criminals],
the plan is still seriously flawed because it provides a legal
document to person who is breaking the law. -- That makes no
sense, and the idea should be scrapped.
town attacks 'sanctuary cities'
A local official in Massachusetts is
leading a fight to deny sanctuary cities federal homeland security
aid. -- James Keane, a mail clerk, is a common councilor in Everett,
a working class town with two neighbors, Cambridge and Chelsea,
that claim sanctuary status. While the sanctuary city designation
is mostly symbolic...
Daily Star -- Tucson
murderer caught attempting to re-enter U.S.
A convicted murderer who was deported
earlier this year after serving more than two decades in prison
was arrested Tuesday after trying to come back into the country.
-- Juan Crisantos- Ramos, a Mexican citizen, was taken in to
custody at the Dennis DeConcini port of entry in Nogales after
he attempted to enter the United States...
Bush to America
J. Buchanan -- VDare.com
currency, sinking country
The Euro, worth 83 cents in the early
George W. Bush years, is at $1.45. -- The British pound is back
up over $2, the highest level since the Carter era. The Canadian
dollar, which used to be worth 65 cents, is worth more than the
U.S. dollar for the first time in half a century...
Mann -- USA Daily
candidates have ties to groups advocating a NAU
Several presidential candidates have
ties to groups that appear to advocate replacing the U.S. government
with a North American Union and furthering the long term goal
of a World Government. -- WorldNetDaily reports that "Hillary
Rodham Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, John
McCain, John Edwards, Fred Thompson..."
much: No excuse for hateful rhetoric
...To claim that HB 1804, which applies
to all illegal [aliens...criminals],
is a call for ethnic cleansing is beyond absurd. When Rivera
or anyone else uses that term, they are guilty of race-baiting
on par with what we've come to expect from the likes of the Rev.
Al Sharpton. Such tactics may score a few points with the aggrieved...
-- White Plains, New York
breaks with Spitzer on licenses
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg
appeared on CNN's "The Situation Room" today and expressed
big time reservations about Gov. Eliot Spitzer's new policy to
allow illegal immigrants access to state driver's licenses. --
Bloomberg responded to this question from CNN host Wolf Blitzer...
Morning News -- Salt Lake City
pleads guilty to transporting invaders
A man whom federal prosecutors said worked
as a "coyote" admitted in federal court Thursday that
he was responsible for a fatal van rollover in 2005 that killed
two of 14 illegal aliens being smuggled into the country. --
Raul Ramirez- Becerra, who earlier told federal officials his
name was Ramses Castellano- Lin...
-- Des Moines
stop uncovers invader smuggling
Immigration officials say it's another
case of smuggling illegal [aliens...criminals]
across the border. It all began with a traffic stop
by the State Patrol, west of the metro this morning. Authorities
ended up taking multiple people into custody. -- This appears
to be the end of a trip that, at this point, stretched thousands