Archive for July, 2005

Summer’s balancing act

By ANDREW GALVIN
The Orange County Register
Four years after a power deficit prompted California’s grid manager to impose “rotating outages,” the improvement in the state’s power situation is just barely keeping pace with new demand in fast-growing Southern California.
Southern California “is the worst electricity-supply situation in the entire country,” Joseph Kelliher, chairman of the Federal Energy […]

Blacks and Hispanics: Allies or Rivals?

7/30/2005
By Lisa Richardson
LA Times Staff Writer
The Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, head of the organization, had arranged the meeting to take the temperature of the public — particularly blacks and Latinos — on relations between the two groups.
At least for this audience, gathered at the brotherhood group’s headquarters near Pico and La Cienega boulevards Thursday night […]

It’s time for illegal immigration to be discussed.

Gwinnett County, Georgia - During the last primary campaign for the U.S. Senate, the three Republican candidates - Johnny Isakson, Herman Cain and Mac Collins - each visited the Daily Post to speak with reporters and editors. At each session, the candidate was asked the following: “What is the No. 1 issue on the […]

Border Residents Use Radios to Fight Illegal Immigration

Nearly every day, Zachek spots illegal immigrants crossing his fields on their way north. But calling a law enforcement agency to report them isn’t an option, he said. Cell phones don’t work in this remote stretch of desert. The nearest land line can be almost an hour away when Zachek is working on his 5,000-acre […]

CA leads nation in Illegal child predators

Top officials at the Department of Homeland Security recently announced that arrests during the first two years of Operation Predator have exceeded 6,000.
Since Operation Predator began on July 9, 2003, the initiative has resulted in 6,085 child predator arrests throughout the country - an average of roughly 250 arrests per month and eight arrests per […]

Children Are Left Behind After Immigration Raid in Arkansas

Immigration authorities make an extremely rare move to enforce workplace laws but face criticism because the illegals they busted lied to them. They were asked if they had any children and they said “no.”

ARKADELPHIA, Ark., July 30 (AP) - About 30 children, some as young as 3 months old, were left […]

U.S. Alleges Voting Bias in Boston

By KEN MAGUIRE, Associated Press Writer
The federal government filed a lawsuit Friday alleging that the city’s election division discriminates against Hispanic and Asian-American voters by not offering enough services for immigrants who do not speak English.
Because of its growing Hispanic population, Boston has been required since 1992 to provide all election materials in Spanish, but […]

More illegal clown houses

Brookhaven officials close 3 homes, citing fire hazards; owners face $10,000 fines for violating
Brookhaven town officials Friday launched another volley in their ongoing war on illegal housing, ordering the closing of three residences they said housed as many as 90 tenants.
In documents filed in State Supreme Court in Riverhead, the town alleged that the conditions […]

Arizona crime rates remain highest in the nation. Guess why?

Phoenix, Ariz. (July 22, 2005) - A new report from the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (ACJC) indicates that Arizona’s crime rates continue to be the highest in the nation, a trend that began in 2000. According to an updated report by ACJC, Arizona Crime Trends: A System Review, the state ranks number one in Crime […]

U.S. shuts consulate in chaotic Mexican border city

Sat Jul 30,12:43 AM ET
The United States is closing temporarily its consulate in this lawless Mexican border city after rival drug gangs clashed with bazookas, hand grenades and heavy machine-gun fire.
“A violent battle involving unusually advanced weaponry took place between armed criminal factions last night in Nuevo Laredo,” U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza said […]

Now hiring: 30,000 Border Patrol Agents. A dirty trick?

Since the Bush administration has shot down hiring and funding proposals for more Border Patrol Agents and they have announced PR plans to marginalize the anti-illegal immigration movement in order to secure a victory for their amnesty [guest worker] plans it seems very suspicious that they are now looking for 30,000 “applicants” for the US […]

Water supplies could run dry within the next 50 years.

We are experiencing massive population growth due to illegal immigration. Major cities such as Los Angeles and Las Vegas, as well as many farms rely on water drawn from the Colorado river.
Vegas heading for ‘dry future’
By Carmen Roberts
BBC News
Las Vegas is world-renowned as a city of fantasy, flaunting its reputation […]

The CA Minutemen get support from law enforcement.

To get an accurate account of how things are going at the border you need to hear it from an actual Minuteman. Sound bites on the television and lazy newspaper reporters give a very cloudy impression of everything.
From: Jim
Date: 07/28/05 15:08:33
Yesterday Wednesday found me trying to get a […]

Mexico is deporting illegal aliens in record numbers.

Why don’t Mexicans understand that these are just good honest hardworking people trying to make a better life for themselves. I firmly believe that Mexico should absorb all of Central and South America’s poverty stricken workers, Mara Salvatrucha gang members, and drug traffickers so we don’t have to. Besides, it will make […]

Night with Minutemen borders on dangerous

This is a story from the Orange County Register.
GORDON DILLOW
Register columnist
Even before the shooting started, it was a wild night on the border.
I had gone down to the U.S.-Mexico border last weekend to take a look at the California Minutemen, the volunteer, civilian border watchers who have been in the news recently. An offshoot […]




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Recent Posts

  • Summer’s balancing act
  • Blacks and Hispanics: Allies or Rivals?
  • It’s time for illegal immigration to be discussed.
  • Border Residents Use Radios to Fight Illegal Immigration
  • CA leads nation in Illegal child predators
  • Children Are Left Behind After Immigration Raid in Arkansas
  • U.S. Alleges Voting Bias in Boston
  • More illegal clown houses
  • Arizona crime rates remain highest in the nation. Guess why?
  • U.S. shuts consulate in chaotic Mexican border city
  • Now hiring: 30,000 Border Patrol Agents. A dirty trick?
  • Water supplies could run dry within the next 50 years.
  • The CA Minutemen get support from law enforcement.
  • Mexico is deporting illegal aliens in record numbers.
  • Night with Minutemen borders on dangerous

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