Archive for the 'Homeland Security' Category

Bring On The Border Fence

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006

The Daily Aztec
Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution reads: “The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government, and shall protect each of them against invasion.”
Today, however, America is being overrun by foreigners like never before. According to a recent study conducted by the nonpartisan Pew […]

9/11 Families Accept Challenge From “The Traitor” John McCain

Thursday, March 9th, 2006

Minutemen HQ Blog
This is from Peter Gadiel of 9/11 Families for a Secure America.
At the end of a week of lobbying, we accidentally met Sen. John McCain just outside the Russell Senate Office Building. Joan, Bruce and I approached him identified ourselves as 9/11 family members. We told him we opposed his amnesty bill and […]

Arizona Sending More Troops To Border

Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

FREE New Mexican
PHOENIX (AP) - Gov. Janet Napolitano said Wednesday that she signed an executive order to expand the Arizona National Guard’s presence at the state’s porous border with Mexico to support federal efforts to combat illegal immigration and other border problems.
The Democratic governor also said she would veto a bill in the Republican-led Legislature […]

Homeland Security Targets T-Shirt Seller

Monday, March 6th, 2006

Our government doesn’t have the manpower or funds to go after lawbreaking illegal alien criminals but it has plenty of manpower and funds to chase after a lone American citizen. George Barisich was busted for exercising his freedom of speech by selling t-shirts emblazoned with criticism of FEMA in a Wal-Mart parking […]

Bush Budget Short On Border Patrol

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

Washington Times
The Bush administration sent a ‘hollow’ budget to Capitol Hill that does not fulfill its funding commitment to add 1,500 law-enforcement officers to guard the borders against illegal aliens, key Senate appropriators said yesterday.
‘This is a situation of showing a proposal and then hiding the funds, and so we end up with a budget […]

Feinstein Wants Weakend Enforcement Bill

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

OC Register
Sen. Dianne Feinstein said today she prefers a scaled-down immigration bill that tackles one or two issues rather the sweeping reform measure the Judiciary Committee will begin considering Thursday.
‘I’m very concerned that a bill that is too big is going to move and that it’s going to become a real lightning rod for enormous […]

Frightened Canadian Border Guards

Tuesday, February 21st, 2006

LA Times
Roughly a dozen times in the last four months, Canadian border guards, who unlike their U.S. counterparts are unarmed, have left their posts in response to reports of dangerous suspects heading north.
The walk-offs, spanning the border at posts from here to New York, have closed the crossings for periods of a few minutes up […]

Bordering On Madness

Friday, February 17th, 2006

Pittsburgh Live
Two nations are threatening American law-enforcement officers who protect this republic’s southern border. Mexico is the obvious threat. The other will stun you.
Men dressed as Mexican soldiers have set foot on American soil more than 200 times in the last decade. The Mexican government claims they are impersonators helping drug warlords’ shipping into the […]

Panel Approves Ballot Measure To Put Wall At Arizona Border

Thursday, February 16th, 2006

A legislative committee endorsed a proposal Wednesday to ask voters to approve the construction of a wall at the Arizona-Mexico border to keep immigrants from entering the state illegally.
If the proposal clears the Legislature and is approved by voters in November, the wall wouldn’t stretch the full length of Arizona’s 375-mile border with Mexico, but […]

US Contracts Arab Company To Manage Our Ports

Thursday, February 16th, 2006
How would you feel if, in the aftermath of 9/11, the U.S. government had decided to contract out airport security to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the country where most of the operational planning and financing of the attacks occurred? My guess is you, like most Americans, would think it a lunatic idea, one […]

AZ Lawmakers Vote To Fund Troops On Border

Monday, February 13th, 2006

Tucson Citizen
The Arizona House voted Monday to require Gov. Janet Napolitano to follow through on her proposal to increase the number of National Guard troops who are helping crack down on illegal immigration at the state’s border with Mexico.
The lawmakers also agreed to provide $5 million in state money for the plan by the governor, […]

U.S. Doesn’t Want Border Violence Mentioned In Trial

Monday, February 13th, 2006

El Paso Times
Recent incidents of border violence echoed all the way to Washington, D.C., and Mexico City. Now the issue has seeped into at least one court case.
The prosecution in the case of two Border Patrol agents who allegedly shot an undocumented immigrant in the buttocks a year ago is seeking to exclude from the […]

U.S. Cites Rise in Violence Along Border With Mexico

Monday, February 13th, 2006

NY Times
Mexican criminal syndicates are stepping up their attacks on American agents patrolling the border as officials of the Homeland Security Department intensify efforts to stem the flow of immigrants and drugs into the United States, American officials said this week.
In recent months, scores of Border Patrol agents have been fired upon or pelted with […]

U.S. Gives Mexico Millions For Security

Monday, February 13th, 2006

The Washington Times
The U.S. government has sent more than $376 million to Mexico in the past decade for that country’s military and police to help stop alien and drug smugglers, guard against terrorists and protect America’s southern border, including $50 million due this year.
The money, quietly authorized through State and Defense department programs, has been […]

Department Of Homeland Surrender

Saturday, February 4th, 2006

I received this picture in an email. It was taken at the entrance of Cave Creek Canyon which is in Southeastern Arizona.
It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. This picture says it all! Because of product liability law suits, manufacturers have taken to printing wacky warning labels […]