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Sunday, May 2, 2010

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KTVK-TV -- Phoenix           sc     
Biden visits Phoenix, bemoans new Arizona law   
...Vice President Joe Biden has left the Valley after attending a democratic fundraising event in Phoenix. -- He gave a speech to a crowd of mostly democrats and discussed a number of topics including Senate Bill 1070. He took a strong stance to speaking out Arizona's new immigration law...

Walter Moore -- Los Angeles     
The dishonest debate about Arizona and amnesty   
Have you noticed how completely dishonest the people attacking Arizona's new law are? -- For example, they try to play the "Nazi" card by claiming Arizona's laws would require people to "show their papers." -- In fact, federal law already requires aliens over the age of 18 to carry "papers" showing they are in the country legally...

KGUN-TV -- Tucson     
Those living along the border react to SB 1070   
Nogales, Az. -- It's been just over a week since Governor Jan Brewer signed a controversial immigration bill into law. People from all over the country have been weighing in. So KGUN 9 News wanted to hear from those who live along the border in Nogales. The law will allow police officers to question someone's legal status...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner    
ICE arrests hundreds of criminal aliens throughout the South... MSM ignores    
While the mainstream press has been covering the illegal alien marches and protest rallies, and touting the virtues of these "willing workers," federal law enforcement officers were still dealing with the painful truth... a good deal of illegal aliens are dangerous criminals...

Washington Times Editorial     
Democrats use fear-mongering to radicalize the Hispanic vote   
President Obama has been denouncing Republicans who purportedly "exploited for political purposes" the issue of illegal immigration. He also has denigrated Arizona's new illegal-alien law for threatening "to undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans."

Santa Cruz (Calif.) Sentinel     
Riot breaks out in downtown Santa Cruz  
A large group of protesters demonstrating at a May Day rally for worker's and [illegal alien] rights downtown broke off into a riot vandalizing about a dozen businesses around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, police said. -- Many in the group were carrying makeshift torches as they marched, breaking storefront windows and writing "anarchist graffiti" on buildings...

McClatchy Newspapers     
Who should Democrats fear the most? Maybe it's Grandma   
Democrats have glimpsed their biggest threat this fall, and she is Grandma. -- One reason President Barack Obama and other party leaders are rolling out campaigns this week to energize young and minority voters for November's elections is that they've seen the polling data on senior citizens, and it's ugly...

Washington Examiner     
Northern Virginia enforces immigration laws as Arizona rages   
The national outcry over Arizona's immigration law is nothing new for Prince William County residents — hundreds of people on both sides of the illegal immigration debate poured into marathon public hearings in fall 2007 when the county was passing its crackdown...

Joy Tiz    
Che Day rallies   
The reconquista crowd was out in astroturf force Saturday to demand rights for illegal [aliens]. -- Note that these people are considered by our government to be dangerous extremists...

The Hill     
Dems spark alarm with call for national ID card   
A plan by Senate Democratic leaders to reform the nation's immigration laws ran into strong opposition from civil liberties defenders before lawmakers even unveiled it Thursday. -- Democratic leaders have proposed requiring every worker in the nation to carry a national identification card with biometric information, such as a fingerprint, within the next six years...

New York Times Editorial     
Stopping Arizona   
A fight is brewing over Arizona's new law that turns all of the state's Latinos, even legal immigrants and citizens, into criminal suspects. And this is not a local fight. The poison is spreading; there is talk in Texas of passing a version of the Arizona statute. -- President Obama has called the law "misguided" and promised to keep an eye on it...

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Arpaio tells California to "MYOB" on Arizona's anti-invader law    
Maricopa County sheriff Joe Arpaio, who calls himself the "Toughest Sheriff in America" fired back at Californians who want to boycott Arizona over their newly signed tough new immigration law. He said, basically, that California should mind its own business...

Sharon Rondeau -- Rense.com    
Rev. Manning says he has proof of Obama's ineligibility   
...[On April 27] The Post & Email welcomed back Dr. James David Manning, Ph.D., to speak about the upcoming Columbia University Treason and Sedition Trial which he is conducting in Harlem, NY, from May 14-19, 2010. Dr. Manning reports that he has documented evidence that Barack Hussein Obama II is not a "natural born Citizen" as required by the U.S. Constitution...

CBS News     
Gutierrez argues Arizona law benefits drug dealers   
...On CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) argued that the law will actually destroy trust between the police and the public, and benefit the drug dealers and other criminals the law's backers claim are its targets. -- Heated debate over SB 1070 continued Saturday as rallies protesting the law took place across the country...

American Patrol Report Newswatch    
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Phoenix Business Journal      
Immigration law prompts union push   
Labor unions are using Arizona's new immigrant trespassing law to bolster their organizing efforts among Hispanic workers. -- Union representatives say they are seeing a surge in inquiries from Hispanic workers in Arizona worried about the new law and the potential for more police raids and inquiries into their workplaces...

American Border Patrol
Who Will Tell You?
If they put the National Guard on the border, who will tell you how many are there and how they're being used? The media? Hardly. The only organization equipped to bring you the truth is American Border Patrol, but they can't do it without your help. Go here to play your part.

KTSM-TV -- El Paso / Las Cruces    
LULAC organizes to fight Arizona anti-illegal immigration law   
Las Cruces, NM -- Several civil rights organizations including LULAC are in Las Cruces today to announce their strategy to fight Arizona's new immigration law. -- The League of United Latin American Citizens calls the Arizona law unconstitutional and a danger to civil liberties...

Dallas Morning News      
Dallas schools chief urges flexibility on 4-year graduations to retain "immigrants"   
In his first appearance before a congressional committee on Thursday, Dallas Schools Superintendent Michael Hinojosa urged the federal government not to penalize high schools that don't graduate students in four years, saying immigrant students in particular may need longer to get their diplomas...

Associated Press     
17 caught in search for Arizona deputy's attackers   
Law officers have apprehended 17 suspected illegal [aliens] while hunting for suspected smugglers who shot and wounded a sheriff's deputy in a remote desert area 50 miles south of Phoenix. -- Pinal County sheriff's Lt. Tamatha Villar says three of those captured match descriptions given by the deputy...

Associated Press     
Mexico charges 25 Acapulco police for drugs, arms   
Drug, weapons and organized crime charges have been filed against 25 police officers caught with unregistered weapons in the resort city of Acapulco, prosecutors said Thursday. -- The federal Attorney General's Office said that in all, 29 officers in four patrol vehicles were detained after being stopped...

Edwin S. Rubenstein -- VDare.com     
Arizona's Next Move: Exposing illegals' education costs   
The much-exaggerated "show me your papers" aspect of Arizona's immigration law SB1070 is provoking national hysteria. But SB 1070 author, State Senator Russell Pearce, has another piece of legislation in the works that could ultimately be more devastating...

Associated Press     
Meddling Mexican hypocrites acknowledge "migrant abuse," pledges changes   
Amnesty International called the abuse of migrants in Mexico a major human rights crisis Wednesday, and accused some officials of turning a blind eye or even participating in the kidnapping, rape and murder of migrants. -- The group's report comes at a sensitive time for Mexico, which is protesting the passage of a law in Arizona... [More Mexican meddling]

George F. Will -- Washington Post     
Arizona law's foes are using the real immigration scare tactics   
...The problem of illegal immigration is inflaming Mahony, who strongly implies, as advocates for illegal [aliens]  often do, that any law intended to reduce such illegality is "anti-immigrant." The implication is: Because most Americans believe such illegality should be reduced, most Americans are against immigrants...

San Francisco Chronicle     
Big S.F. protest of Arizona immigration law   
...At the Civic Center counter-protest, Elizabeth Kelly, an Alameda resident who supports the Golden Gate Minutemen, said she also wants immigration reform. --- "Close the border," she said. "I want to see them go back. That'd be my immigration reform." -- Fred Alvarez, a Bayview resident, said he also supports the Arizona law and wishes California would adopt similar legislation...

Patrick J. Buchanan -- VDare.com     
Stand up for Arizona   
Major demonstrations are to be held in 70 cities on May 1 to protest the new Arizona law to cope with an army of half a million illegal aliens now living there. -- Since Gov. Jan Brewer signed that law a week ago, Arizona has been subjected to savage attack as the modern embodiment of Jim Crow, apartheid and Nazism. Few have risen in her defense...

Marshall Frank -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.    
Three cheers for Arizona   
Kudos to the State of Arizona for passing legislation that does what the federal government has failed to do: Crack down on lawbreakers who don't belong in the United States. -- Every administration since Jimmy Carter - from both parties - has promised to enact measures that will ensure border security and protect taxpaying citizens from crime...

McClatchy Newspapers     
6 out of 10 migrant women raped in Mexico, activists say   
As many as six out of every 10 Central American women and girls are raped as they pass through Mexico hoping to cross illegally into the United States , Amnesty International said Wednesday. -- The rapists include criminal gang members as well as local authorities in collusion with them, said Rupert Knox , an Amnesty International researcher on Mexico...

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