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A Right to Invade
MALDEF Lawyer to Head Civil Rights Division 
American Patrol Report -- February 25
Obama and Villaraigosa – teaming up to destroy the U. S..

    Ending any doubt that he will not fight for the right of Mexicans to invade the United States, President Obama selected the former vice president of litigation for MALDEF to head the Department of Justice's civil rights division.
    Thomas A. Saenz, the in-house counsel to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, will be responsible for enforcing a broad range of laws dealing with civil rights, including voting, access to public facilities, and so on.
    Villaraigosa was an outspoken opponent of California's Proposition 187 and Saenz litigated against it. In fact, Villaraigosa worked with the President of Mexico to persuade then California governor Gray Davis to kill the California statute created when Proposition 187 passed. Some say this was an illegal act.
    "This appointment sends a very clear signal that President-Pretend Barack Hussein Obama will put the rights of illegal aliens ahead of the interests of the American People," said Glenn Spencer of the American Patrol Report. "I can envision Americans being hauled into court for even saying the word illegal alien,{ he added.
    Some have suggested calling the Democratic Party the "Dumbocrats" for allowing themselves to be duped by Obama. "Eventually the voters, especially white voters, will find out that they drank specially-sweetened Kool-Aid when they voted for Obama," Spencer said.   

Washington Times    sc         
FBI praises foreigners, disses U. S.   
FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III on Monday praised the partnerships that the bureau has built with its overseas counterparts but said much more work remains in building the trust of ethnic communities in the U.S. whose help is needed to fight terrorism...

Associated Press   
Justices sympathetic to illegal alien in ID theft case   
The Supreme Court appeared poised Wednesday to rule that [illegal aliens] who use phony Social Security numbers to get work should not be considered identity thieves, even if those numbers belong to real people. -- The court seemed likely to reject the government’s argument that, under a 2004 law that metes out a mandatory two-year prison term...

Atlanta Journal-Constitution   
Ethnic churches push for "immigration reform"   
...Pastors in the Latino community say stories of families torn apart by deportation are all too familiar among members of their church congregations. The Rev. Miguel Rivera of the National Coalition of Latino Clergy & Christian Leaders estimates 38 percent of those church members are [illegal aliens]...

Atlanta Journal-Constitution   
Ethnic churches push for "immigration reform"   
...Pastors in the Latino community say stories of families torn apart by deportation are all too familiar among members of their church congregations. The Rev. Miguel Rivera of the National Coalition of Latino Clergy & Christian Leaders estimates 38 percent of those church members are [illegal aliens]...

Washington Post   Poll on Page    sc     
Maryland governor backs bill banning driver's licenses for illegals   
Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) said this morning that he is backing legislation that would require Maryland residents to prove they are in the country legally to obtain a driver's license. -- The proposal would reverse a long-standing policy that makes Maryland one of just four states that allow [illegal aliens] to drive...

The Hill -- Washington   
Napolitano confronted with "immigration reform"    
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will have her first private meeting with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) on Thursday, a number of sources have confirmed. -- The meeting will be in the Capitol, and will be Napolitano’s second straight day on Capitol Hill...

Coming Up
FEBRUARY 28
Phoenix -- Riders for a United Sovereign America -- 10 AM MST 
Sheriff Joe Arpaio Support Rally

Palm Beach Post   
14 working in crew at airport arrested on immigration charges   
Fourteen men digging a ditch at Palm Beach International Airport were rounded up after admitting they were in the country illegally, a federal spokesman said. -- A supervisor for U.S. CBP came across the men and challenged them because they had no airport identification badges, spokesman Luis Diaz said from Miami...

El Paso Times   
Juárez mayor flees to Texas in wake of threats   
Police are investigating threats against Juárez Mayor Jose Reyes Ferriz, who moved his family to El Paso for safety, El Paso police Detective Carlos Carrillo said Monday. -- "We received information that the Juárez mayor lives in El Paso, and that possibly they were going to come to El Paso to get him," Carrillo said...

Associated Press  
Here It Comes: Napolitano orders review of raid at am plant   
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has ordered a review of a raid at a Washington manufacturing plant that ended with the arrests of 28 illegal [aliens]. --- President Barack Obama, who appointed Napolitano, has signaled for a shift in immigration policy that would rely less on work site enforcement...

Coming Up
TONIGHT
Garden Grove, Calif. -- CCIR -- Feb. 25 -- 7:30 PM PST 
Glenn Spencer at the CCIR Monthly Meeting

Steve Malanga -- Real Clear Markets   
Should we let California go bankrupt?   
A New York Times story about the budget deal that California legislators struck last week to close the state’s monstrous deficit noted that, "California is an example of what you will see across the country" as state budgets come under pressure from the declining economy... [See Cal Meltdown Watch]

Sacramento Bee   
Useless RINO Schwarzenegger calls 6 GOP tax-backers 'great heroes'   
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday came to the aid of six Republican lawmakers who ran afoul of the state Republican Party for backing a budget with tax increases, calling them "great heroes" who put people before politics...

YouTube       
The Obama Fraud    
Barack Obama is being hailed as one of the greatest leaders to ever guide America. He is the voice of hope and change that this county is dying for. Unfortunately, when you look past the side issues and media hype, you discover that there is little meaning to his rhetoric....

Coming Up
TODAY
Federation for American Immigration Reform -- Las Vegas -- Feb. 25 -- 5:30 pm PST 
Nevada Rally Against Reid's Stimulus Sell Out

WorldNetDaily.com   
Soldier doubts eligibility, defies president's orders   
A U.S. soldier on active duty in Iraq has called President Obama an "impostor" in a statement in which he affirmed plans to join as plaintiff in a challenge to Obama's eligibility to be commander in chief. -- The statement was publicized by California attorney Orly Taitz who, along with her Defend Our Freedom Foundation, is working on a series of legal cases...

San Francisco Chronicle   
Man gets 3 years for smuggling illegals at LAX   
A former elevator mechanic at Los Angeles International Airport was sentenced Monday to three years in prison for smuggling illegal [aliens] into off-limits elevators to evade federal inspectors. -- Roberto Canchola struck a plea with federal prosecutors, admitting he earned $1,800 for ushering each [illegal alien] into airport elevators...

Douglas (Arizona) Daily Dispatch    
Two arrested after eluding Border Patrol    
Two Cochise County residents were arrested after leading Douglas Police on a chase through town. -- On February 14, at approximately 2:40 p.m., Douglas Police assisted the U.S. Border Patrol in an attempt to locate a vehicle that had fled from Border Patrol from MM 3 on Hwy. 191 to the U.S. Port of Entry...

Atlanta Journal-Constitution   
Senate passes tougher bill on illegal immigration   
Local governments that take illegal immigration lightly could lose state money under a bill approved Tuesday by the state Senate. -- Senate Bill 20 adds some teeth to a Georgia law passed two years ago that cracked down on illegal immigration...

Associated Press   
Reconquistas try new approach to amnesty push   
Latino lawmakers and advocates are taking a new approach to the push for changes in U.S. immigration policy, making a humanitarian appeal to Americans to support fellow citizens who have relatives living in fear of detention and deportation... [See Tantrum Watch]

Hilton Head Island (South Carolina) Packet   
Drug raids net 8 suspected illegal aliens   
Eight people suspected of being illegal [aliens] were arrested during drug raids by the Beaufort/Jasper Multi Agency Drug Task Force early Monday on Hilton Head Island, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office said. -- Two homes, one in Rollers Mobile Home Park off Marshland Road and one on Spanish Wells Road, were raided at about 5 a.m....

Californians for Population Stabilization        
"One Bill Gil" Cedillo is at it again   
Once again, Senator Gil Cedillo (D-Los Angeles) has introduced SB 60, his perennial effort to give driver's licenses to illegal aliens. -- Despite the overwhelming opposition of California voters, the legislature has repeatedly sought to pass variations of this benefit to illegal aliens....

WorldNetDaily.com   
Illegal: 'No clue fake IDs belong to Americans'   
The Supreme Court is considering whether illegal aliens who have used fake Social Security numbers can escape federal aggravated identity theft charges – including a mandatory two-year sentence – by simply claiming they never knew the identity belonged to a real person...

Marcus Epstein -- VDare.com             sc 
Memo to AG Holder: Maybe Americans are "cowards" about race for a reason   
For all their talk about moving beyond race, liberals sure like to talk about it a lot. Bill Clinton instituted his "National Dialogue on Race." When the anti-white rantings of Barack Obama’s mentor and Pastor Jeremiah Wright became impossible to ignore, then candidate Obama called for a "conversation about race."

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers         
Today's NAFBPO update from south of the border   
The Mayor of Ixtapaluca, state of Mexico, who, two weeks ago asked to be released from his duties in order to seek the candidacy of the PRD party for the Chamber of Deputies [House], is now under investigation by drug enforcement (SIEDO) for links to organized crime.,,

William F. Jasper -- The New American   
Amnesty for aliens (including terrorists) who serve in the military   
"Calling all terrorists! Calling all spies! Calling all current or future enemies of the United States! Uncle Sam wants YOU to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces -- in exchange for valuable military and intelligence training... AND CITIZENSHIP!" -- That, undoubtedly, is the message many of our enemies are (gleefully) taking from the Obama administration's program..

Jay Ambrose -- The Examiner   
'Slick Willie' joins government censors on Fairness Doctrine   
Bill Clinton, easily among the most immature, do-nothing presidents the United States has ever had, really ought to quit buzzing around the nation on behalf of speech-suppression and self-aggrandizement. -- He's against the First Amendment, you know. Wants to bag the thing. Toss it overboard... [See Free Speech Watch]

Bellingham (Washington) Herald    
Federal immigration agents raid am business   
After federal agents raided Yamato Engine Specialists Ltd. and detained 28 employees Tuesday, Feb. 24, company officials expressed dismay about how ICE officers handled the matter. -- "They arrived in force," said Asiff Dhanani, a co-owner of the company at 2020 E. Bakerview Road. "They surrounded the whole perimeter."

El Paso Times    
CBP: Illegal alien drug mule wanted in Texas homicide   
One of four suspects Border Patrol agents detained near the Santa Teresa border crossing with marijuana-filled backpacks is being sought in connection with a Texas homicide investigation, Custom and Border Protection officials said Monday... [Also see Crime Watch]

CNN   
Mexican mayor killed outside his home   
A mayor in Mexican President Felipe Calderon’s home state was ambushed and killed by a group of heavily armed men as he returned to his house, news reports said. -- It was the second assassination attempt in eight days on Vista Hermosa Mayor Octavio Manuel Carrillo Castellanos, the Cambio de Michoacan newspaper said on its web site Wednesday.

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix   
Illegals detained in Avondale drophouse raid   
An eviction notification visit in Avondale turned into a drophouse bust Tuesday morning, with the arrest of 12 suspected illegal immigrants, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office reported. -- Deputies arrived at the house, near 107th Avenue and Westwind Parkway, around 7 a.m. to serve an eviction notice...

We Get E-Mail   
ID theft OK if the thief is an invader?   
Below is an e-mail alert sent out today by PRLDEF, a New York City pro-illegal alien legal group. -- According to this group, if you are an illegal alien, nobody can prosecute you for identity theft. -- This group is so upset about the Feds prosecuting cases of identity theft....

The Alex Jones Show  
Analysts: New era of chaos has taken hold   
A wave of economists, investors and other financial experts issued a series of dire warnings concerning the global financial crisis over the weekend, stating that a new era of chaos has taken hold all over the globe. -- Some asserted that a total banking collapse has already occurred, while others said that the downturn is now the worst on record...

WorldNetDaily.com        
Home mortgage relief for millions of illegals   
Illegal aliens can apply for mortgage relief under the Obama administration's $275 billion plan, according to immigration experts and a group the government will use to help homeowners modify loans. -- Steven Camarota, director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, D.C., told WND...

El Paso Times   
Perry wants 1,000 troops to guard border   
Texas Gov. Rick Perry said he wants 1,000 troops to help guard the Texas-Mexico border, and for the federal government to fund security issues closer to home than Iraq and Afghanistan, such as the menacing Mexican drug cartels and their collaborators...

Phoenix New Times   
Annoying Mexicans bellyache about Arpaio's Tent City march   
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's forced march of illegal [aliens] to Tent City has drawn a stunningly sharp rebuke from the Mexican government -- with a letter arriving at the county today and more action ordered by a Mexican Senate committee if the situation doesn't change. [More Mexican meddling]

NewsNet 14  
More illegal aliens tried in gang rapes   
Two more cases of gang rapes by illegal aliens are being quietly adjudicated in Wisconsin and California, as activists and social scientists say the crime wave needs greater attention and national debate. -- Last month, in Wisconsin, Jose Godinez, 35, who speaks no English, pleaded guilty in the December gang rape of a 14-year-old girl.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution   
State bill would put teeth in immigration screening   
Local governments that take illegal immigration lightly could lose state money under a bill approved Tuesday by the state Senate. -- Senate Bill 20 adds some teeth to a Georgia law passed two years ago that cracked down on illegal immigration...

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