Archive for October, 2005

Senate Selling American Jobs to Close Federal Budget Deficit

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In a twist of logic so bizarre that it could only be hatched in Washington, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a plan to increase revenues by selling over 368,000 American jobs to foreign workers and their families who will enter the United States and stay permanently. The proposal authored by Judiciary Chairman Arlen […]

How To Destroy America In 8 Steps

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Former Colorado Governor Richard D. Lamm, gave a speech on �How to Destroy America’ at a recent immigration-overpopulation conference in Washington, DC
Lamm said, “If you believe that America is too smug, to self-satisfied, too rich, then let’s destroy America. It is not that hard to do. No nation in history has survived the […]

Illegal Clown Houses In Milford, MA

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Milford officials have been given new powers to curb overcrowding in rental housing, a problem they say threatens to ruin neighborhoods. The crackdown is occurring as the town of about 27,000 is attempting to deal with an influx of immigrants, largely from Latin America.
‘’We’re at a crossroads in the town of […]

Illegal Alien Crime

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Alone and often without money or a place to live, illegal immigrants in big cities are prone to joining gangs in order to acquire food and shelter. Feeling secure among people of their own race or status (illegal), the new immigrant oftentimes embraces the gang as his surrogate family, and crime becomes his […]

Gang Uses Deportation to Its Advantage to Flourish in U.S.

In the last 12 years, U.S. immigration authorities have logged more than 50,000 deportations of immigrants with criminal records to Central America, including untold numbers of gang members like Cruz-Mendoza.
But a deportation policy aimed in part at breaking up a Los Angeles street gang has backfired and helped spread it across Central America and back […]

Suspect In Murder Arrested At Border

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A man arrested while crossing the border last week has been on the run from a murder rap for more than a year, Pomona police said Friday.
Uriel Diaz, 20, of Pomona, had a warrant issued for his arrest for the killing of Alfredo Reyes last year, said Pomona police Detective Robert Nelson.
Diaz was […]

It’s The Law Mr. President And Congress: Enforce It!

A little rant from Frosty Wooldridge.
If every law officer neglected his job like the president of the United States does today, America would be a land of anarchy. If every police officer failed his sworn duty like the majority of our senators and congressmen fail theirs, America would be no better than any other Third […]

Hispanic Racism Rears its Ugly Head in US Congress

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After reading a newspaper column headlined: Survey reviews Hispanic hiring, Rep. Joe Baca Sr. [D-Rialto, CA] leads task force to ensure corporate America reflects its [Hispanic and Latino] communities, several thoughts came to mind. Information in the article reveals that U.S. House of Representative’s Baca has launched a quest to gain ‘proportional equivalence’ […]

Brown On Brown Crime

ROGERS, AR — A woman was punched in the face and her wallet was stolen Wednesday in a Wal-Mart parking lot in an attack similar to 10 other recent muggings.
Laura Kibler was getting into her vehicle after shopping at Wal-Mart at 2110 W. Walnut St. about 7:30 p.m. when two men she described as Hispanic […]

Letters To The Editor

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Border watchers doing an outstanding job
The North County Times continues to belittle the efforts of the patriotic Americans and concerned citizens who volunteer their days and weeks to help guard California’s borders (Re: ”Measuring border watch group’s success,“ Oct. 9).
I have witnessed firsthand that these border-watching groups have helped the Border Patrol shut […]

Sexually Harassed Farmworkers Often Unaware Of Rights

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Lemoore, CA (AP) — It took Olivia Tamayo six years to accuse her supervisor of rape, and six weeks to tell her story in court. But when she was finished, it took the jury less than six hours to award the farmworker $1 million in damages.
‘My life was hell on earth,’ said Tamayo, […]

More Bullshit With The ACLU

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Lima, OH — After the head of the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio accused Sheriff Dan Beck of racial profiling Tuesday, he fired back saying she had no evidence of such actions.
“It’s interesting that a group of attorneys that are supposed to represent civil liberties make serious accusations without the first thread […]

Defining The 14th Amendment

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Drafters of constitutional texts, be they members of the constitutional convention in 1787 or members of Congress who craft a constitutional amendment, cannot always foresee all of the nuances of governmental mismanagement and malfeasance that may follow their creations. Examples abound, especially with the 14th Amendment. It was ratified in 1868 as a […]

Wal-Mart Halts Construction In North Dakota

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Wal-Mart, at the urging of law enforcement and immigration officials, temporarily halted construction of a Supercenter and Sam’s Club in Bismarck on Oct. 18, a day after two illegal immigrants working on the projects were charged with molesting two 13-year-old Belcourt girls. Charges later were dropped against one of the suspects after authorities […]

Human Trafficking Is An Elusive Target

Los Angeles (AP) — Florencia Molina’s personal hellhole was a dressmaking shop on the outskirts of Los Angeles. She worked there up to 17 hours a day, seven days a week, and lived there, too, without the option of showering or washing her clothes.
Other victims of American-style human trafficking have had very different venues for […]


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October 2005
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Recent Posts

  • Senate Selling American Jobs to Close Federal Budget Deficit
  • How To Destroy America In 8 Steps
  • Illegal Clown Houses In Milford, MA
  • Illegal Alien Crime
  • Gang Uses Deportation to Its Advantage to Flourish in U.S.
  • Suspect In Murder Arrested At Border
  • It’s The Law Mr. President And Congress: Enforce It!
  • Hispanic Racism Rears its Ugly Head in US Congress
  • Brown On Brown Crime
  • Letters To The Editor
  • Sexually Harassed Farmworkers Often Unaware Of Rights
  • More Bullshit With The ACLU
  • Defining The 14th Amendment
  • Wal-Mart Halts Construction In North Dakota
  • Human Trafficking Is An Elusive Target

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