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Monday, January 28, 2013

Border Security First?
Senator's Plan Has A Big Loophole!
New York Times -- January 28  
Senators Offer a New Blueprint for Immigration
This is the plan that must be followed! -- big file
    A bipartisan group of senators has agreed on a set of principles for a sweeping overhaul of the immigration system, including a pathway to American citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants that would hinge on progress in securing the borders and ensuring that foreigners leave the country when their visas expire.
     The senators were able to reach a deal by incorporating the Democrats' insistence on a single comprehensive bill that would not deny eventual citizenship to illegal immigrants, with Republican demands that strong border and interior enforcement had to be clearly in place before Congress could consider legal status for illegal immigrants. [...]
    Among the plan's new proposals is the creation of a commission of governors, law enforcement officials and community leaders from border states that would assess when border security measures had been completed.
Red DotGlenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol
My Plan is Honest --- Theirs Isn't
    On Nov. 15, 2011 I spoke at the GovSecWest Government Security Conference and Expo in Phoenix, Arizona. The title of my presentation was "Grading Border Patrol Performance: Is developing a report card possible?" (See video)
    I gave the paper again, with some refinements, at the Agricultural Media Summit in Albuquerque on Aug. 6, 2012. This time I called it "How to Solve the Border Problem." (Download the PowerPoint – big file)
    My plan calls for the creation of a joint federal-state mechanism to determine when border security has been achieved -- just as described in the NY Times story. However, the Senator's plan says the border will be secure only before granting citizenship -- not before legalization. The border must be secured BEFORE any legalization!

NAFBPO   Disturbing photos      
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Nuevo Laredo, Tamps., Mex. -- Mexican Army working the highway between Nuevo Laredo and Monterrey stopped a tractor-trailer at a checkpoint. Inside the trailer were 58 AK-47 rifles. It was also reported that over 1½ tons of drugs were seized. About 192 packages weighing 2176 lbs. were found buried underground. The same day, soldiers found 142 packages inside a water tank weighing 1540 lbs.

Fox News    
Cost of giving illegals path to citizenship could outweigh fiscal benefits 
Any immigration reform plan that allows the roughly 11 million individuals now in the United States illegally to stay in the country would bring with it a mix of new revenues and increased costs. And as President Obama and a bipartisan group of senators separately press the issue this week, past studies suggest it is doubtful that the fiscal benefits of such policy changes would outweigh the costs...

Dave Gorak -- The Examiner     
Congress to Unemployed Americans: 'Go to hell'   
On the eve of President Obama's amnesty sale pitch in Las Vegas, members of Congress fell over themselves today (Jan. 28, 2013) to announce their "bipartisan" amnesty proposal that in reality is nothing more than a cheap copy of the failed 2007 amnesty. -- And, as expected, the Pavlovian Press pounced on it with the same enthusiasm we see from millions of "day after Christmas" shoppers...

WND.com     
Amnesty still amnesty, even if it's from GOP
An advocate for legal immigration, contending an unrestricted flow of illegal aliens into the U.S. isn't in the country's national interest, is blasting a GOP "amnesty" plan by Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. -- As the White House presses for immigration "reform" that would create a pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens, Rubio has begun introducing parts of his plan incrementally...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner    
U.S. government allows naturalized terrorists and spies to keep citizenship   
A bipartisan group of eight senators plans to announce on Monday that they agree on a set of principles for comprehensive immigration reform, according to Fox News Channel. While the deal covers border security, guest workers and employer verification, as well as a path to citizenship for the 11 million illegal immigrants already in this country, it doesn't address the threats posed by those who are naturalized...

Mark Krikorian -- CIS.org   
Won't get fooled again   
This latest iteration of the decade-old amnesty con contains the same old "back of the line" baloney as its predecessors. In other words, illegal [aliens] will supposedly not be able to cut ahead of those who didn't break the law. But, of course, that's nonsense, because the only line they might have to wait in is the line for an actual green card. They will receive nominally provisional immigration status as soon as they submit an application...

Rep. Luis Gutierrez     
Rep. hires a DACA recipient while millions of citizens can't find work 
Today, Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) announced the hiring of José M. Quintero as an employee in his District Office on North Avenue in Chicago. Quintero was the first [illegal alien] in Illinois to receive work authorization via Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the deportation-relief offered by President Obama to [illegal aliens] eligible for the DREAM Act...

Glenn Spencer -- American Border Patrol      
Shame on me   
The plan offered by certain Senators to legalize illegal aliens is full of huge holes that they can drive amnesty through.  "-- According to Reuters, "Under the group's proposal, undocumented immigrants would be allowed to register with the government, pay a fine, and then be given probationary legal status allowing them to work. [...] -- Under the plan, no one would be given more permanent legal status until new measures..."

Deming (NM) Headlight     
Border Patrol seizes large pot haul   
El Paso Sector U.S Border Patrol Agents made significant seizures of narcotics and arrests over the last three days, including more than six (6) tons of marijuana and four vehicles seized in one event in far west New Mexico. The huge cache also included the arrest of wanted felons, a firearm and ammunition, and additional narcotics by U.S. Border Patrol immigration checkpoints in New Mexico and West Texas...

Fedrale -- VDare.com     
U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Stupid and evil   
What a combination. The Slave Power is at it again. The Chamber of Commerce wants more and more aliens available to drive down wages, which, at least for them makes some sense, not in the long term when all those workers of ethnicity start voting for more and higher taxes. -- Sooner or later the Chamber will be going Galt. -- But back to the stupid part. Just what does Thomas J. Donohue mean by this...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner      
Illinois Congressman's salary should be paid by Mexico   
One of the most important duties U.S. Congressmen perform is 'constituent services,' which basically translates into helping people navigate through the never-ending maze of federal bureaucracy. -- For example, every day, folks across the country enter their respective Congressional offices for assistance in applying for Social Security benefits or when they need help dealing with the Veterans' Administration...

Medford (Oregon) Mail Tribune    
Convicted illegal alien drug courier suspected of cartel ties   
Federal prosecutors believe a man recently convicted of hauling 15 pounds of high-quality methamphetamine up Interstate 5 was involved with a Mexican drug cartel. -- According to documents filed in U.S. District Court in Medford, Francisco Hernandez-Figueroa, 29, of San Rafael, Mexico, had entered the country illegally with the purpose of delivering a load of meth on the streets of Seattle...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner    
Illegal alien charged with killing 6-year-old Cub Scout in Texas   
On Thursday, San Antonio police arrested Luis Enrique Landin after he reportedly hit 6-year-old Brandon Abrams as he waited on the sidewalk for the ice cream truck's daily visit. -- Landin's Ford Ranger pick up truck jumped the curb and struck the little boy as he sat on his bicycle in the 9300 block of Autumn Sunrise, according to police...

Associated Press     
Special forces create new command to train Mexican troops   
The Pentagon is stepping up aid for Mexico's bloody drug war with a new U.S.-based special operations headquarters to teach Mexican security forces how to hunt drug cartels the same way special operations teams hunt al-Qaida, according to documents and interviews with multiple U.S. officials. -- Such assistance could help newly elected Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto establish a military force to focus...

Patrick Cleburne -- VDare.com     
Cheap labor lobby attacks Kansans   
Kansans are enjoying the fruits of a relatively strong economy, it appears. So the Slave Power/Cheap Labor Lobby is conniving to take them away. Predictably, the Wall Street Journal is doing PR. -- Immigration Splits GOP, Business Groups in Kansas by Neil King Jr. January 22, 2013 is quite open about this: A coalition of powerful business groups, including the Farm Bureau and the conservative Kansas Chamber of Commerce...

Georrge Washington University     
A steady flow of illegal aliens to the U.S.   
In the decade ending in 2011, an estimated three million new illegal [aliens] joined the U.S. population. That brought the nation's illegal [alien] total to 11.5 million. -- California, Texas and Florida continue to have the largest concentrations of illegal [aliens], but other states are experiencing rapid growth. Georgia saw a 95 percent increase in unauthorized [aliens]. North Carolina's illegal population grew 53 percent...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner     
War on Women: Illegal alien charged with sexual assault in Texas   
On January 8, police in McGregor arrested Jaime Sanchez Ontiveros, 34, after he reportedly sexually assaulted a woman on multiple occasions. -- KXXV reports: McGregor Police investigator Joe Coy says an investigation began after a 30-year-old woman complained that she was sexually assaulted by Ontiveros. -- Investigators say a third party witness confirmed the complaint that the victim was attacked twice...

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