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Craigslist: Housecleaner Wanted

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

Check out this nauseating ad found on Craigslist.
boston craigslist > domestic gigs > Part-time Housecleaner
Reply to:
Date: 2006-01-31, 10:31AM EST
I am interested in finding a nice and trustworthy person who would like to make a little extra cash for cleaning my house on a regular basis. We currently have a wonderful person for this […]

Mexicans Sell Explosives To Iraqi’s?

Saturday, January 28th, 2006

Daily Bulletin
Despite assurances from government officials that the border with Mexico is secure, a Department of Homeland Security document obtained by the Daily Bulletin reveals that law enforcement officials are seeking five Mexican nationals suspected of bringing explosives into the United States.
The internal “Intelligence Alert” from the Office of Border Patrol — issued to law […]

Mexican Military Drug Smuggling Stand-Off

Tuesday, January 24th, 2006

Daily Bulletin
Mexican soldiers and civilian smugglers had an armed standoff with nearly 30 U.S. law enforcement officials on the Rio Grande in Texas on Monday afternoon, according to Texas police and the FBI.
Mexican military Humvees were towing what appeared to be thousands of pounds of marijuana across the border into the United States, said Chief […]

India Builds A 2,500 Mile Fence

Friday, December 30th, 2005

Go India!
Times Online
India Builds A 2,500-mile Barrier To Rival The Great Wall of China.
More than 1,300 miles of the barrier has been erected in the six years since building began. Snaking through jungles, rivers and the villages of five states, Delhi’s floodlit, 12ft double fence packed with razor wire will render India a fortress against […]

Texans Back Police Help On Immigration Law

Sunday, December 11th, 2005
Three out of four Texans think local police should help enforce immigration law, and nearly half think citizen border patrols such as the Minutemen are a good thing, according to a new statewide poll.

Punish Employers Who Hire Illegals

Saturday, December 10th, 2005
‘Catching and deporting illegal immigrants along the border is only part of the responsibility. America’s immigration laws apply across all of America, and we will enforce those laws throughout our land.’
These comments, from President Bush’s speech Monday in Tucson, seem to be the first time he has ever publicly referred to interior enforcement of the […]

Al-Qaida Operative Nabbed Near Mexican Border

Monday, November 21st, 2005

Rep. John Culberson is interviewed on the Rick Roberts morning show. (listen)
An al-Qaida operative who was on the FBI’s terrorist watch list was recently captured near the Mexican border, housed in a Texas jail and turned over to federal agents, Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas, said on Friday.
“A confirmed al-Qaida terrorist, an Iraqi national, was […]

More Migrants, More Tension

Thursday, November 3rd, 2005

Link to source.
The emergence in New Orleans of America’s ubiquitous pool of illegal immigrant workers–estimated at up to 12 million nationwide–is straining ethnic tolerance in a city that had counted only 3 percent of its population as Hispanic. That was before Hurricane Katrina hit on Aug. 29.
The swelling numbers of Hispanic migrant laborers, legal or […]

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

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

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 […]

Texas Governor Wants Bush To Secure The Border

Thursday, October 20th, 2005

Link to source.
Washington — President Bush’s renewed push for an immigrant guest worker program drew a skeptical response from the leader of his home state Wednesday as Texas Gov. Rick Perry called on the federal government to first secure the porous U.S.-Mexican border before enacting the guest worker plan.
‘Until the U.S.-Mexican border is secured […]

Feds: Human Smuggling Up On Border

Friday, September 23rd, 2005

Illegal immigrant smuggling across the Arizona-Mexico border now rivals drug smuggling in terms of money made through such criminal enterprises, federal authorities on Thursday said.
Immigration reform advocates say they aren’t surprised to hear that and said recent efforts to gain control of the border won’t have much of an impact unless the federal government cracks […]

Bush Gets So Drunk He Shits Himself!

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

I knew this story from the National Enquirer wasn’t true as soon as I read the comment “The war in Iraq, the loss of American lives, has deeply affected him. He takes every soldier’s life personally. It has left him emotionally drained. ” Still, it’s an entertaining read and I would really like […]

Border Town Exemplifies Illegal-Entry Crisis

Thursday, September 15th, 2005

If it were up to Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico, this tiny village, known more commonly as Las Chepas, would be bulldozed to the ground.
In the last three years, authorities on both sides said, this parched stretch of the United States-Mexico border - where summer temperatures soar to 110 degrees and, until recently, Border […]

Minutemen Readying New York Patrol Along State’s Border With Canada

Thursday, September 8th, 2005

Civilian border patrols, like those that have generated fierce debate in the Southwest, are planned to start along New York’s border with Canada on October 1.
The leader of the Minuteman Civilian Defense Corps, Chris Simcox, will be keynote speaker at a four-hour meeting planned for Saturday in Babylon, on Long Island. The meeting is intended […]

Illegal Alien Gang Suspected Of Al-Qaida Ties

Monday, September 5th, 2005

Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, a gang founded in El Salvador and known for smuggling drugs and immigrants across the U.S.-Mexico border, could be bringing terrorists with them.
“The al-Qaida, from what we understand, has been meeting with them in Central America,” said Rep. Solomon Ortiz, D-Texas, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, which oversees […]