Speaking the Unspeakable
Multiculturalism Has Failed
|Twin Cities Daily Planet
Usual suspects protest increased immigration detentions
...Minnesota's Advocates for Human Rights, Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota and Interfaith Coalition on Immigration called attention to the national Year One Report Card: Human Rights & the Obama Administration's Immigration Detention Reforms. The national coalition, which includes the Detention Watch Network, Heartland Alliance's National Immigrant Justice Center, and the Midwest Coalition for Human Rights...
|KOLD-TV -- Tucson
Arpaio gets new lawyers for records lawsuit
Phoenix -- The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has hired new lawyers to defend it in the U.S. Justice Department's lawsuit that seeks records from the police agency. -- The case was delayed by two weeks so the sheriff's office could find new lawyers after county officials terminated the contract attorneys who were previously representing the agency...
|El Universal -- Mexico, DF
Quito Declaration: Globalism on steroids
The 4th 'World Social Forum on Migrations' closed Tuesday the 12th in Quito; it dealt with issues such as "the global crisis and migratory flows; human rights and migrations; diversity, coexistence and socio-cultural transformations; new forms of slavery, human exploitation and serfdom."
U.S. spending at least $18.6 million per day to incarcerate illegals
U.S. taxpayers are spending at least $18.6 million per day to house an estimated 300,000 to 450,000 illegal [aliens] who are incarcerated and eligible for deportation from the United States, according to data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ)...
|KTVK-TV -- Phoenix sc
3 dead, 3 injured including girl after SUV fleeing Border Patrol rolls
Three people are dead and another three are in serious to critical condition following a Border Patrol pursuit. -- The driver of an SUV fleeing from Border Patrol agents Wednesday afternoon crashed into a wall. Among those seriously injured is a 9-year-old girl...
John Morton's Antics: ICE detainees play Wii video games
The Chronicle was leaked some photos from inside ICE's Stewart Detention Center in Georgia showing detainees playing Nintendo Wii video game systems. The Wiis are only available to detainees who have no criminal history and are housed in a recreation room. Detainees can sign up to use them for 30 minutes at a time... [See Morton Watch]
|Walter Moore -- Los Angeles
Black Hawk Down 2: Mexico is the new Somalia
I know you're not supposed to point out your friends' faults, but how much longer are we going to keep pretending that Mexico is still a nation-state? How much Mexican territory must be taken over by war-lords before we acknowledge the country on our border is no longer a country, but is instead anarchy?
|Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald Editorial
Regents give immigrants a fair break
Confronted with an intractable problem, Georgia's University System Board of Regents arrived at a reasonable solution with its vote last week to refuse admission to the state's top colleges to prospective students who can't prove they are legal residents of the United States...
Human trafficking begins to eclipse drug trade in Mexico
The "War on Drugs" as viewed in Mexico and the U.S. is changing. No longer are President Felipe Calderón, the police, and Mexican military forces fighting just drug trafficking; now they must do battle against the rising trafficking of sex. Over the past decade there has been a dramatic rise in violence linked to the drug trade within Mexico...
||American Border Patrol
Photo of the day
This happened this morning. These illegal aliens are in the process of being rounded up by the U.S. Border Patrol. They are in the front yard of a friend of American Border Patrol. The location is Hereford, Arizona...
|J.D. Longstreet -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.
Tea Party terrifies the mainstream media
In less than three weeks Americans go to the polls determined to change the federal government back to a responsive, responsible, government, which actually HAS the consent of the governed. -- The Mainstream Media is flat-out "hacked-off" by this unparalleled behavior by the people they, too often in the past, have counted as sheep...
|Long Island Wins
Vehement open-borders zealot Velazquez promises another push for amnesty
Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez told an audience of nearly 500 people in Flushing on Thursday night that she will continue to push for immigration reform [amnesty] in Congress during the post-election lame duck session. The head of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus told the cheering audience at the MinKwon Center for Community Action...
|Michael Cutler -- News Blaze
Arizona under siege by Mexican drug cartels
I have provided you with a news report, "Mexican assassins headed to Arizona", that was written by Jerry Seper, the investigative editor for the Washington Times that appeared in that newspaper yesterday, 15, October and should be of great concern to all Americans and, hopefully, to all of our nation's leaders.
Tancredo moving up
Is independent Tom Tancredo now becoming the de facto Republican candidate for governor of Colorado? He's now moved to within four points of Democrat John Hickenlooper to turn the race into a toss-up. -- The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Colorado finds Hickenlooper with 42% support...
|Capital News Service -- Annapolis, Md.
Washington County adds jail beds, eyes ICE program
Washington County stands to become the second Maryland jurisdiction to join a controversial immigration program when it completes its planned jail expansion next year. -- Washington County Sheriff Douglas Mullendore said the county is eying the 287(g) program...
How to take down a RINO one e-mail at a time
Tea Party activist David Kirkham talks about RINO hunting in Utah. Sometimes the best weapons in the RINO hunter's arsenal are emails and a simple knock on the door. Hear more about how Kirkham and other grass roots organizers defeated U.S. Senator Bob Bennett (R-UT) in the Utah primary.